This standard Czarist-era covered goods wagon from late 19th or early 20th century could carry up to 1,000 poods (16.4 tonnes) of goods. It could also carry eight horses or up to forty people. The Soviet automatic SA-3 couplings have later been installed, but it still has the original hand brake and a brake platform for a conductor. The wagon has later been used as a living van of a track maintenance, but restored as a goods wagon by the Railway Museum. The wagon is displayed at the Railway Museum in Haapsalu since December 20, 1997.