Ride in a coach over 100 years old

Ride in the Pullman car that was built for the opening of Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan when Robert Todd Lincoln was still President of the Pullman Company, a car that later came west to enter transcontinental coach service on the Northern Pacific Railway. This car was used in the train that became the last military call up handled entirely by rail during the Cuban Missile Crisis, when reserves from Minnesota and Wisconsin were transported to Fort Lewis, Washington.


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