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Goldwater Special consist, Decatur, Ill., Oct. 2, 1964

Consist of Sen. Barry Goldwater’s presidential campaign special at Decatur, Ill., Oct. 2, 1964, as featured in Summer 2017 Classic Trains magazine.

IC 4035, E9A
IC 4105, E8B
IC 4017, E7A
B&O 1239, baggage-lounge
B&O Loch Lomond, 10 SEC - 1 DR - 2 CPT sleeper
B&O Tuscawaras, 10 RMT - 6 BR sleeper
UP Imperial Palm, 4 BR - 4 CPT - 2 DR sleeper
UP Imperial Letter, 4 BR - 4 CPT - 2 DR sleeper
UP Imperial Rock, 4 BR - 4 CPT - 2 DR sleeper
PRR Birch Falls, 6 BR - buffet lounge
IC Chicagoland, 4 BR - 4 CPT - 2 DR sleeper
IC St. Louisan, 4 BR - 4 CPT - 2 DR sleeper
B&O 1091 Pittsburgh, dining car
UP Imperial Robe, 4 BR - 4 CPT - 2 DR sleeper
PRR Maiden Brook, 12 DSR - 5 BR sleeper
B&O Guyandotte, 10 RMT - 6 BR sleeper
Pullman Dover Fort, 8 BR - buffet lounge (heavyweight)
B&O 3302, buffet lounge observation
B&O 7503 Metcalf, 5 BR - buffet lounge observation
B&O Auglaise, 10 RMT - 6 BR sleeper
RI Golden Desert, 4 BR - 4 CPT - 2 DR sleeper
B&O 100, business car

3 diesels, 19 cars

Key to car types: BR, double bedroom; CPT, compartment; DR, drawing room; DSR, duplex single room; RMT, roomette; SEC, open section.

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