Railway Carriage owned by the Pullman Car Company, running generally as part of a railway company's train.
- Owned and operated by the Car Company, these passenger cars typically consisted of diners, parlors, and sleepers.
A sleeping car or parlor car operated by the Pullman Company providing a high standard of comfort and service for which a premium fare must be paid.
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: better than a sleeper, a has roomettes and sleeping compartments for overnight passengers.
Pullman 54' troop sleeper
ACF 54' troop kitchen
NYC 54' converted troop sleeper express car
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A sleeping or parlor car operated by the Company; also commonly applied to any car of that same type.
SIDE-DOOR PULLMAN"Boxcar used by hobos in stealing rides
SKATE"Shoe placed on rail in hump yard to stop cars with defective brakes
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We arrive at Jct. some 3.3 miles south of 81st Street, and stop at the stop boards. As at 80th Street, all trains must stop first and only proceed when receiving a specific signal depending upon which rail line you were operating.
Pulse Power - The locomotive is fed intermittent pulses of current to facilitate slow starts.
Pullman Car - Rail car providing a high standard of comfort and service for which a premium fare must be paid.
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ARU American Railway Union, Crushed during the strike in 1894 Automatic Block Signal System (ABS) A series of consecutive blocks governed by block signals, cab signals or both, actuated by a train, ...
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On the longer trips lasting two weeks or so, we had a sleeper (private car) with room for 22 crew members. This car also had a shower at one end. The service crews really loved sleeping in the .
If your trip was short, or your budget modest, you rode coach in the same train as the Pullman cars, or on a less important train. The more ordinary coach trains were more numerous and stopped more often.
The man who made the sleeping car business profitable was George , who built a luxurious sleeping car (named "Pioneer") in 1865.
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1087, named Cape Breton
UPP 203 Idaho was built as a 12-roomette, 4-double bedroom car named the Western Mountain. It was rebuilt by Pullman Standard in 1965 as an 11-bedroom sleeper, the Sun Lane, and converted ...
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