Pullman car interior: standard double bedroom. Car is DOVER HARBOR, restored to 1930's appearance.
Classic conclusion for a classic train: dome and standard observation business car put an exclamation mark instead of a period at the end of the Crescent.
Built by Pullman-Brill in April 1929 then converted to Diesel, and scrapped iin '63. Ansco color/color corrected in P/S.
One of PRR's alternative routes from Philly to NYC was via Toms River on the "Back Road". By the time this pic was taken, the service terminated at Toms River and was cut further back a year late... (more)
Southern president Graham Claytor steps on the observation deck of the Virginia (after a nice breakfast) and pulls on a new pair of yellow leather gloves. The red cars are Pennsy "Imperial"-series... (more)
The GN mixed train pulling out of Two Harbors headed for Marbles to pick up the caboose that was dropped earlier in the day.
L&N business car 375--assigned to the traffic department--is spotted under the train shed at Louisville Union Station to leave on the rear of the southbound Pan-American. Note the classy stainless... (more)
Pullman #451 nee Joseph Early Widener Lynnewood
DME/ICE Business Train rests in Dubuque yard
Cincinnati Union Terminal's south end throat, looking northeast.
Conductor Barry Bandy waves at the theater car on an eastbound NS inspection train. President and CEO Robert Claytor waves from his chair to the right.
A Seaboard freight passes a Southern car nr. the old Southern depot.
Inbound SR inspection train with board of directors. Cars "Virginia" and "Carolina" on the rear (Graham Claytor on board).
This observation car used to run on the famed "Blue Comet." Fifty years later she is ending her career in commuter service to Phillipsburg.