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Owner: San Luis and Rio Grande Railroad
Type: Passenger Car
AAR Class: PA: Car equipped to handle passengers.
AAR Type: M500
Detail Info:   Misc Cars
User Notes:   12S-1DR, Lot #6360, Plan #3410B, 1930, PORTLAND LIMITED, ex-Galveston RR Museum, exx-OP&E, exxx-J. Ferris, nee-PULL

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OP&E WOODLAND
Title:  OP&E WOODLAND
Description:  12 section-1 drawing room (12S-1DR) sleeper WOODLAND, painted IC and lettered for PANAMA LIMITED. Built by Pullman in April 1930 in Lot #6360 to Plan #3410B for the UP, retained by Pullman at the 12/31/1948 divestiture, sold to Jack Ferris in October 1965, to OP&E, to Galveston RR Museum, to Iowa Pacific/San Luis & Rio Grande (SLRG), stored on the SLRG/Rio Grande Scenic in Alamosa, CO. Scanned with an Epson V550 from a 35mm slide, brand is unknown.
Photo Date:  12/8/2014  Upload Date: 10/18/2015 10:33:56 PM
Location:  Roseburg, OR
Author:  Unknown
Categories:  Passenger
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Pullman WOODLAND
Title:  Pullman WOODLAND
Description:  Built in 1930 by Pullman in Lot #6360 to Plan #3410B as a 12S-1DR sleeper, 1 of 9 such cars built in that Lot. 6 of these 9 cars were built for UP's PORTLAND LIMITED, including the WOODLAND. The other 3 cars were built for the CAPITOL LIMITED. At the 12/31/1948 divestiture, UP acquired 5 of the PORTLAND LIMITED cars; the WOODLAND was retained by Pullman. Pullman sold the WOODLAND to John W. "Jack" Ferris' Private Railroad Cars, Incorporated in October 1965. The Oregon, Pacific & Eastern RR in Roseburg, OR, later acquired the WOODLAND, and it was later resold to the Galveston RR Museum. Iowa Pacific acquired the WOODLAND from Galveston. EXIF: 2:50 PM, f/3.4 @ 1/640, ISO-100
Photo Date:  6/20/2015  Upload Date: 6/24/2015 12:44:36 PM
Location:  Alamosa, CO
Author:  Ted Brumberg
Categories:  Passenger
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Views:  198   Comments: 0
Pullman WOODLAND
Title:  Pullman WOODLAND
Description:  Built in 1930 by Pullman in Lot #6360 to Plan #3410B as a 12S-1DR sleeper, 1 of 9 such cars built in that Lot. 6 of these 9 cars were built for UP's PORTLAND LIMITED, including the WOODLAND. The other 3 cars were built for the CAPITOL LIMITED. At the 12/31/1948 divestiture, UP acquired 5 of the PORTLAND LIMITED cars; the WOODLAND was retained by Pullman. Pullman sold the WOODLAND to John W. "Jack" Ferris' Private Railroad Cars, Incorporated in October 1965. The Oregon, Pacific & Eastern RR in Roseburg, OR, later acquired the WOODLAND, and it was later resold to the Galveston RR Museum. Iowa Pacific acquired the WOODLAND from Galveston. EXIF: 2:51 PM, f/3.6 @ 1/500, ISO-100
Photo Date:  6/20/2015  Upload Date: 6/24/2015 12:44:37 PM
Location:  Alamosa, CO
Author:  Ted Brumberg
Categories:  Passenger
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Views:  193   Comments: 0


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