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Pullman 1910 Pullman
Pullman 1910
Pullman 'Inglehome'
Description:10 Sec Lounge-Observation

Equipment Information

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, over the Pennsylvania Railroad and Seaboard Air Line. It was later sold to a private railroad fan club in Champaign, Illinois, and named the “Chief Illini.”

Pullman “Inglehome” Details

Builder: Pullman/Pullman-Standard
Year Built: 1910
Seats: 50
Length: 83ft
Width: 10ft 4in
Height: 13ft 10in
Weight: ??? lbs
Brakes: UC
Trucks: Pullman 2410
Description: Lounge Inglehome
Arrived: 1970
Condition: Complete / restored / not operational

Pullman “Inglehome” Ownership History

1910-1959 – Pullman “Inglehome”
1959-1970 – Illini Railroad Club “Chief Illini”
1970-present – Illinois Railway Museum, Union, IL

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