Pullman Palace Car Company
Manufacturer of luxurious railcars, notable for developing the 'palace' sleeping car. - AsNotedIn
|Robert Todd Lincoln
|Marcia (pullman car)
|Northland (rail car)
|Duluth Union Depot
|Dinwiddie County Pullman Car
|Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Business Car No 101
|MT BRODERICK Pullman Lounge-Obs-Sleeping Car
|Roald Amundsen Pullman Private Railroad Car
|Pullman Company Town
|Pullman Historic District
|The North Manchester Saw and Planing Mill Co (lost) earns a contract of a million feet of oak to be furnished to the Pullman Car Co. The lumber will be used in building 1,900 freight cars for the Chicago and North Western Railroad.
|North Manchester Planing and Band Saw Mill (JA Browne Co Mill)
|By the 1900s, the Pullman Company, the largest single employer of black men in the United States, serves 100,000 passengers a night.
|The Great Northern Railroad buys a Pullman observation-compartment car and transports it to Alaska. It is renamed Denali, the Indian word for the highest mountain in Alaska, Mount McKinley.
|Harding Railroad Car
|Al Capone is shackled to a auto thief named Vito Morici in Drawing Room A, Pullman car 48, on The Dixie Flyer. In the night, Capone puts on his "glove silk blue pajamas" and climbs into an upper berth with Morici.
|Al Capone's Trip to Alcatraz
|Pullman Sleeper service on the Flamingo is discontinued
|Louisville and Nashville Railroad Passenger Depot
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