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    question about Pullman baggage cars, smokers, doors, and vestibules

    I've been trying to research Pullman trains in about the time range of 1890 to 1895. I've been reading about smoker cars that were a combination with baggage cars and smokers/club/lounge cars that were separate from the baggage car, and I'm wondering which was more common for a trip, say, from...
  2. UP 3227 train 62

    UP 3227 train 62

    UP Train 62, seen here about 1952 at Pullman WA, ran from Ayer Jct WA to Moscow ID. Usually powered by Pacifics 3226 or 3227 in this era. The track, bridge, and station are still here in 2011 but the UP is long gone. The old Pullman city hall is seen to the left of the loco and the old...
  3. UP passenger train #62

    UP passenger train #62

    A Union Pacific Fairbanks-Morse H15-44 is seen between Albion and Pullman WA with passenger train number 62. This bucolic scene is disturbed by the fact that the train has just hit a cow! Notice the Conductor back near the bridge, the passenger on the ground, and the Fireman looking back...
  4. UP passenger train 61

    UP passenger train 61

    Union Pacific Fairbanks-Morse H15-44 number 1329 passenger train number 61 in the Pullman WA depot. It is about 7:15pm on a summer evening and the train will soon leave for Colfax and Ayer Jct. Picture taken in 1955 by Alfred B Butler



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