“City of Los Angeles” Dining Car
“City of San Francisco” Dining Car
Chicago & North Western Bi-Level
These coaches, numbers: 3203, 3207, 3208, 3213, 3218, 3238, and 9101 were built in 1925 for the Delaware Lackawanna & Western RR by the Pullman company. The DL&W converted these into trailer cars for their Multiple Unit commuter trains in 1930. They were in service for 60 years, mostly in New Jersey. They are 13’ high, 70’ 1” long & 9’ 11/2” wide and each weighs 54 ¾ tons.
Rock Island Commuter Coach
Rock Island 2584 is the handicap accessible coach on our Fraser Trains. It was built in 1928 for the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad for commuter service in the Chicago area. They are often referred as “Capone Cars” as they were in service when Chicago’s famous gangster Al Capone & his associates rode the rails. They remained in active service for the Rock Island for nearly 60 years before coming to Boone.