CNW Pullman Standard Coach 151 Saint Louis Car company 1 and 6 EMD F7 411 IRM
Metra 172 at Evanston, IL with Private car and Pullman coach
Big Lift, unloading a Pullman coach from a flatcar, FRRM
Metra F40PH #135 & A Pullman Metra Car In Kenosha, Wisconsin
A Ride in Pullman Observation Carriage - Car 14 - Swanage Preserved Railway August 2012
Hornby Triang 'Layout Changes + 3 Versions/Liveries Of The Pullman Coaches'.
VRE commuter trains with Pullman Standard heritage gallery cars
CNW Pullman Standard 151 Saint Louis Car company 6 and 1 EMD F7 411 IRM Tower
Caltrans Cars and Private Pullman on the California Zephyr
Aster Hudson with scratch built as well as J&M Pullman cars
CNW F7 411 Sant Ls Car Comp 1,6 Pullman Stand 151 Main Line getting the Green IRM
N Gauge Flying Scotsman & 14 Car Pullman Rake Test
Chicago and North Western EMD F7 411 Pullman Standard Cab Car 151 Saint Louis Car 1 6 IRM
CNW Pullman Standard Cab Car 151 St Louis Car Company 1, 6 EMD F7 411 Station Platform 2 IRM
Restored Pullman Car at Hildene
Northern Belle Pullman @ Ascot on Ladies Day 20/6/13
Unboxing the Hornby R4254 Hornby Venice Simplon-Orient-Express Pullman Coach Pack
Hornby Pullman coach (Octavia) R4421 review
Caltrain HO Scale KATO F40PH with Gallery Cars Trainset Bay Meadows Aug30 2013
Bachmann MK1 Pullman Coach
Bachmann Midland Pullman 6-car set - OO Scale in Nanking Blue - DCC Fitted!
Scottsdale Roundup: Roald Amundsen Pullman Car
Tri-ang Railways Passenger Coaches 1960 to 1963
Indy Union Station Pullman Car hotel rooms
NEW YORK CENTRAL CHITTENANGO FALLS PULLMAN LOUNGE CAR
PULLMAN BRAKE COACH REVIEW BY HORNBY
The amazing pullman brake car.mov
Metra Pullman Coach review
Walking Through Pullman Train Car Part I
Pullman car "Monte Rosa" trucked from Orlando Church Street Station to FRRM Parrish Fl
Hornby Pullman Coaches Part 1
Hornby Railroad Pullman Brake Car Review
Steam Train, with Pullman Coaches.
Re-Wheeling a Hornby Triang Rovex Blue Pullman with modern coach wheels
Antique Oak Railroad Pullman Coach Medicine Cabinet
Vocabolario Inglese Facile Trasporto (http://www.vocabolario-inglese-facile.it)
Pullman Coaches Review
Bachmann 4MT 4-6-0 in British Rail Green pulling Pullman coaches.
Walking Through Pullman Train Car Part II
N-Scale Metra MP36PH-3S 416 running with bi levels and CNW Pullman car around mountain
Review - Graham Farish Limited Edition Pullman Coach in RTC Livery
Unboxing - Hornby Pullman Observation Car
4306 Pullman Car Transfer
Pullman Brake coach review
Lighted pullman coaches on Live steam 00/H0 gauge
Bachmann 31-255 six car Midland Pullman DCC Fitted - Nanking Blue
Working on the Railroad - Upgrading the Pullman Fleet
MTH Penn. R.R. F-3 w/Penn. Pullman Cars
Hornby Pullman Coaches Part 2
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Exterior view of a Pullman car.
In the United States, Pullman was used to refer to railroad sleeping cars which were built and operated on most U.S. railroads by the Pullman Company (founded by George Pullman) from 1867 to December 31, 1968.
It also refers to railway dining cars in Europe that were operated by the Pullman Company, or lounge cars operated by the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits. Specifically, in Great Britain, Pullman refers to the lounge cars operated by the "British Pullman Car Company".
Additionally, in some Western European countries in the 1940s and 1950s, some especially luxurious motor coaches were sometimes referred to as Auto-Pullmans.
In 1963, the luxurious Mercedes-Benz 600 was introduced, with a range including a long wheelbase version called Pullman. Later, stretched versions of regular Mercedes-Benz S-Class cars were also called Pullman.
In Greek and Italian, the word "pullman" is used to refer to a coach bus. In Greek, it would be spelled as "πούλμαν".
In Latin America, pullman may refer to a luxury bus as well as to a railroad sleeping car.
In the video game Sid Meier's Railroads!, Players can bid on the "Pullman's Palace Car" patent. This patent makes "Passengers pay an extra 25% to bask in its comfort."
- Welsh, Joe; Bill Howes (2004). Travel by Pullman: a century of service. Saint Paul, MN: MBI. ISBN 0760318573. OCLC 56634363.
- Barger, Ralph L. (1988). A Century of Pullman Cars, Volume I, Alphabetical List. Greenberg Publishing Company, Inc.
- Barger, Ralph L. (1990). A Century of Pullman Cars, Volume II, The Palace Cars. Greenberg Publishing Company, Inc.