Pullman question What do we really know???

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Tue Feb 2 21:02:06 EST 2016

You are correct.  Dinwiddie County by Richmond Chapter NRHS.  It is displayed under cover on their property.  It is no longer considered suitable for operation.  

--Rick Morrison
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    The cars were painted in N&W colors 
  > >> but lettered PULLMAN on the letterboards. Dinwiddie County had a 
  > >> single vestibule and observation-lounge at its blunt end. Norfolk 
  > >> County had the same interior configuration, but with enclosed 
  > >> vestibules at both ends.

  Maybe you know, but just in case -- when Sou 4501 began making
  steam trips, one of the first was from Richmond to Keyesville, VA
  on Labor Day, 1966.  In the consist was Dinwiddie County.  Don't
  know if it still exists.  My impression was that it belonged to the
  Richmond Chapter of the National Railway Hysterical  Association.
                                            Harry Bundy


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