PC 1519 (Ex PRR "Hamilton Inn", to SEMTA 101)         
Penn Central 76-seat coach 1519 was built by the Budd Co. in April 1949 as Pennsylvania Railroad sleeper HAMILTON INN. It was one of 50 Plan 9513 21-roomette cars in Budd Lot 9667, and the Pennsy remodeled all of these into coaches 1500-1549 in 1963. They retained their same numbers on the Penn Central, although this car still retains its Pennsy-style number at one end and a PRR Keystone emblem next to its vestibule. The 1519 became Southeast Michigan Transportation Authority (SEMTA) 101 later in 1976. (approximate month)
Date: 3/3/1976 Location: Stamford, CT   Map Show Stamford on a rail map Views: 1691 Collection Of:   Christopher Palmieri
Rolling Stock: PC 1519 (Passenger Car) PRR "Hamilton_In (Passenger Car) SEMT 101 (Passenger Car) Author:  Henry Frick
PC 1519 (Ex PRR "Hamilton Inn", to SEMTA 101)
Picture Categories: RollingStock,Passenger This picture is part of album:  Henry Frick Collection - Passenger Cars
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