Mode of travel for Victorians | Mountain Engine, West Virginia | photo via paulo
Pullman train cars, the epitome of luxury Palace Cars, Superliners (284 of these), sleeping cars and passenger train cars, 1859-1981
vintagehandsomemen: Interior of Rococo period Pullman car. late 1800s
Love this. Interior of Room (1860s). But what is in the forefront on the floor? Looks like a fish and bird skeleton next to a fur rug or something. Odd.
Vena Cava Design - they sell historical patterns and costuming supplies. They have a gallery of customers wearing outfits made using their patterns
jwstudio: Interior of C.P.R. drawing room car, Montreal, QC, composite, 1886 Wm. Notman & Son 1886, 19th century Silver salts on paper mounted on paper - Albumen process 25 x 20 cm Purchase from Associated Screen News Ltd. VIEW-1595.A.1 © McCord Museum
Carrington offered his private coach to Jon and Crystal, his memories of Amy Pullman were drawing his heart through his skin already-to stay in that carriage would have rendered him to the soul. Pullman Palace Car Company - Victorian dining car
Riding in comfort; train car by Ilya Zonov
The Puffing Billy — “the oldest surviving locomotive in the world.” William Hedley, designer and builder. 1814.
Pullman: Labor, Race, and the Urban Landscape in a Company Town | Interior of Wood Car 2