Train Pullman Car GLEN FEE
The GLEN FEE
was the next-to-the-last car on the train, and it survives to this
It was built in 1926 by Pullman as a 6-3 sleeper to plan 3523-A, lot 4970, car code 2789. It served on the 20th Century Limited for the New York Central before and after the run of the Freedom Train.
In 1952 it was repainted for Eisehhower's campaign train. It ended its service for the NYC in about 1963.
In the decades
since it left the NYC it has passed through several hands.
First it went to Private
Railroad Cars, Inc. (Jack Ferris) in 1965. Then to the Graham County Railroad - Bear Creek Scenic Railway in Robbinsville, North Carolina. Later to the Oregon, Pacific & Eastern in 1972 for use at their Railroad Town USA static display in Roseburg, OR.
In 1978 it went ot the Moody Foundation for the Galveston
Island Railroad Museum in Galveston, TX where it remains to this day.