Chesapeake & Ohio
Pictured in the rolling stock section of Life-Like's first train catalog in 1970 is the gray with
black roof C&O example. For 1970, Life-Like includes only the simple Hopper name and this refers to both covered
and open bodystyles. By the late '70s, Life-Like calls this car a Cement Hopper. The model is back to being a
Covered Hopper by the 1980s.