Well, I went through some original PRSL pics, and I see what you mean. The cab sides, and floorplan are the same as any other EMD. There is an "extension" of the front windshield, from the nose to the numberboards, of about 8-9". Inside the cab, this wasn't noticeable, and as I indicated, the "offsetting" of the firemans side stand, was mandated by the need to open the auxilliary control compartment doors on the firewall. This relocated the stand backwards from the windshield (towards the locos "F", remember, this is on the wrong side) and the squeeze to get around this was noticeable. On the regular side, the control stand sits almost against the front cab wall, allowing adequate room to move behind the stand, and exit the rear cab door, or get into The Seat. I don't remember if this movement of the windshield went all the way down to the floor. With the nose door, and the water cooler, there wasn't room for a third cab seat in this loco. They might have had a jump seat on the firewall, but I don't remember those either. Our third guy sat on top of my Hammie grip, and rode the day like that. On those set back control stands, they were actually braced to the firewall, with a large bracket, to help stabilize it. It was an awkward seat to run from, and other than using it on a passenger run, there's no real benefit to running forward, on the "wrong" side. Those 3600's on the CNJ had regular cabs, but I see the RDG 7600's also had the regular cab, with the windshield extension. Good catch, Allen!