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Pullman – Power Ballaster

Collection Name: Pullman – Power Ballaster Location: Pullman Library Description: Drawings Size: Percent Digitized: 0% For more information on the Pullman Library, see www.irm.org/pullmanlibrary

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Pullman – Isaacson Iron Works

Collection Name: Pullman – Isaacson Iron Works Location: Pullman Library Description: Drawings Size: Percent Digitized: 0% For more information on the Pullman Library, see www.irm.org/pullmanlibrary

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Pullman Manufacturing

Collection Name: Pullman Manufacturing Drawings Location: Pullman Library Description: Brochures; Carbuilder magazines; color and design sketches, drawings; documentation – private cars; export production; facility maps, photographs; freight car contract books, correspondence files, drawings, drawing index, glass plate negatives, lot lists; historical photos; marketing ad copies, films, photographs; military armored vehicle

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Pullman ‘Pawnee’

“Pawnee” is the very last traditional heavyweight private car ever built new by Pullman. It was constructed in 1930 for Harry Payne Bingham. It was named for the U.S.S. Pawnee, an 1860 sloop of war aboard which Bingham’s grandfather had served during the Civil War. Bingham sold the car in

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Pullman 7271

Pullman 7271 is an Army troop sleeper designed to haul soldiers during World War II. The U.S. Office of Defense Transportation ordered a total of 2,400 cars of this design as quick, basic transportation for the country’s armed forces. This car was built by Pullman at its Michigan City, Indiana,

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Pullman-Standard 1950 Atlantic Coast Line “Birmingham”

Atlantic Coast Line “Birmingham” is a streamlined dining car that operated in the southeastern U.S. Dining cars like this saw use on long-distance passenger trains providing meals to riders. The car features a built-in kitchen where chefs cooked and prepared full meals while moving. It also uses an unusual table

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Pullman “Glen Alta”

Pullman car “Glen Alta” is an all-steel heavyweight sleeping car. It is designed for long-distance accommodation and features private rooms that can be converted from daytime seating into nighttime bunks. It has a mix of six compartments, small rooms intended for two occupants, and three drawing rooms, larger compartments intended

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Pullman “Glen Springs”

Pullman car “Glen Springs” is an all-steel heavyweight sleeping car. It is designed for long-distance accommodation and features private rooms that can be converted from daytime seating into nighttime bunks. It has a mix of six compartments, small rooms intended for two occupants, and three drawing rooms, larger compartments intended

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Pullman “Inglehome”

Pullman car “Inglehome” is an all-steel lounge-observation-sleeping car. It features an observation compartment and open platform with 180-degree views from the back of the train and “section” seating that could be converted overnight into bunks separated by heavy curtains. It was originally used in pool service on the east coast,

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Pullman “Mt. Harvard”

Pullman car “Mt. Harvard” is an all-steel lounge-solarium-sleeping car. It features an enclosed “solarium” lounge compartment with 180-degree views from the back of the train and “section” seating that could be converted overnight into bunks separated by heavy curtains. When new, it had an open rear platform and saw use

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