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Total Private Railcars in PENNSYLVANIA: 4 Displaying 15 private cars per page.
Francis L. Suter
Address: 237 W. Chestnut St, Lancaster, PENNSYLVANIA, 17603 USA. Tel.: 717-394-7397 Toll Free:
In today's fast-paced world of one-minute managing, microwave meals and mass-marketed travel, the Francis L. Suter provides an opportunity to see the world in an environment of bygone taste and elegance. Originally built by the Pullman Company in 1914 to cater to the travel needs of Pennsylvania Railroad presidents and executives, this privately-owned business rail car is available for your family or group's exclusive conveyance wherever your dreams may take you.
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Address: P.O. Box 822, Washington Crossing, PENNSYLVANIA, 18977 USA. Tel.: (215) 504-2760 Toll Free:
Built by the Pennsylvania Railroad's Altoona Shops in 1928. Assigned to PRR presidents and furnished to U.S. presidents from FDR through John F. Kennedy (JFK used the car one year to travel to the Army-Navy football game). Served as Robert F. Kennedy funeral car. Privately owned since 1971. Completely rebuilt 1985-90.
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Address: 4 Verna Dr, Wilshire, PENNSYLVANIA, 19609 USA. Tel.: 610-678-3604 Toll Free:
Ride a privately owned railroad car as the guest of the owner. As the twentieth century dawned, the captains of industry enjoyed superlative travel accommodations on their privately owned rail cars. Step into their shoes for an afternoon or evening of pure delight. Indulge yourself in the manner to which you would like to become accustomed, away from the distractions of daily routine. Tell us what we can arrange that is special for you.
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Warrior Ridge
Address: P.O. Box 822, Washington Crossing, PENNSYLVANIA, 18977 USA. Tel.: (215) 504-2760 Toll Free:
Built by The Budd Company in 1950 as a French Quarter bar-lounge 2992 for the Southern Pacific's "Sunset Limited." Acquired by Amtrak in 1971 and numbered 3314. Converted to Heritage "Le Pub" lounge in 1981 and renumbered to 3113. Rebuilt by current owner in 2002. Numbered 1157 and named Warrior Ridge.
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