THE CARS OF PULLMAN
At the height of Pullman's operations in the late 1920s, its fleet of more than 8,000 cars carried up to 39 million passengers annually, nearly one third of the population of the U.S. at the time. This history examines the diverse fleet, tracing the composition and evolution of Pullman's fleet and its use on star passenger trains across the nation. Well illustrated, mostly color.
Size: 8¼x10½ inches
Item #: 3556107
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