On March 9, 1949, two young men who were drinking in the bar of the Ambassador passenger train just outside Martinsburg, West Virginia, got into an argument with the bartender over their tab. One thing led to another, and soon these two were on the run after robbing the passengers of their valuables. Today we tell the story of the B & O train robbery, another story that makes up the history of Appalachia. Apple Podcasts is one place where you can subscribe to Stories; we’re also available through Tunein, Stitcher, Google Play or on your favorite podcast app. We’re also on Twitter @storyappalachia and on Facebook @storiesofappalachia. Thanks for listening!