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Delaware Lackawanna & Western 556

Lackawanna 556 is an all-steel, open-platform commuter coach. It is known as a “Boonton car” because cars of this type were used extensively on the Lackawanna’s railroad line from Hoboken to Boonton, New Jersey. Builder: Pullman/Pullman-Standard Year Built: 1914 Seats: 78 Length: 70ft 1in Width: 9ft 8in Height: 11ft 5in

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Delaware Lackawanna & Western 561

Lackawanna 561 is an all-steel, open-platform commuter coach. It is known as a “Boonton car” because cars of this type were used extensively on the Lackawanna’s railroad line from Hoboken to Boonton, New Jersey. Builder: Pullman/Pullman-Standard Year Built: 1914 Seats: 78 Length: 70ft 1in Width: 9ft 8in Height: 11ft 5in

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Delaware Lackawanna & Western 567

Lackawanna 567 is an all-steel, open-platform commuter coach. It is known as a “Boonton car” because cars of this type were used extensively on the Lackawanna’s railroad line from Hoboken to Boonton, New Jersey. Builder: Pullman/Pullman-Standard Year Built: 1914 Seats: 78 Length: 70ft 1in Width: 9ft 8in Height: 11ft 5in

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Boston & Maine 1094

Boston & Maine 1094 is a wood-bodied dining-café car designed for service on the B&M in New England. Its interior consists of three sections: a coach seating area, a small dining (or café) area with tables, and a kitchen. Cars like this saw use on intermediate-distance or lower-ridership trains where

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Chicago & North Western 1236

C&NW 1236 is a wood-bodied baggage car. Cars like this were hauled in passenger trains and were used for carrying passengers’ luggage, express freight, and other less-than-car-load (LCL) shipments. This car is for sale! It has been removed from our permanent historic collection and is available for purchase at an

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Chicago & North Western 1304

C&NW 1304 is a wood-bodied baggage/RPO (Railway Post Office) car. Cars like this were hauled in passenger trains and were used for carrying passengers’ luggage, express freight, and other less-than-car-load (LCL) shipments. This car was also fitted with an RPO section for carrying mail. Builder: Pullman/Pullman-Standard Year Built: 1901 Length:

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Norfolk & Western 1459

N&W 1459 is an all-steel baggage car used on the N&W system in Virginia as a “storage mail” car. Cars like this were hauled in passenger trains and were used for carrying mail, express freight, and other less-than-car-load (LCL) shipments. This particular car has an unusual history. It was constructed

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Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 1534

Santa Fe 1534 is an all-steel heavyweight lounge car. It has a large lounge with chairs for informal seating and a bar for light refreshments. It also has several open sections, which could be converted from daytime seating into nighttime bunks separated by heavy curtains, intended to be used on

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Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 2544

Santa Fe 2544 is an all-steel combine, or combination passenger-baggage car. It was built for use across the wide-ranging Santa Fe system in the Midwest and southwest. Cars like this were common on railroads, particularly on more lightly used lines where a full baggage car was unnecessary to carry express

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Illinois Central 2804

IC 2804 is an all-steel heavyweight coach. It is known as a “day coach” to denote its configuration for longer-distance transportation, with more comfortable seating than a short-haul commuter coach. When new, it was segregated into White and Black seating areas complete with separate bathrooms due to “Jim Crow” laws

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