Cincinnatian (passenger train)
The Cincinnatian was a named passenger train service of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O); the service was created to provide daytime coach service (no Pullman cars were carried) between Baltimore and Cincinnati. Four of the B&O's 4-6-2 President class locomotives were streamstyled to pull the trains. Cars were rebuilt to match the locomotives. Eastbound and westbound trains would meet in Ohio. When the need for coach service between the original two terminals declined, the consists were switched to provide Cincinnati - Detroit service.