1964 Pennsylvania Railroad Army-Navy Game Trains

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The November 28, 1964 Army-Navy game in South Philadelphia
brought these special trains, with much interesting equipment, to the game.

The photos are in the order the trains arrived and in the order of cars within each train.


GG1 4936 leads a string of P70 coaches.


Pennsylvania heavyweight bar lounge 1115.


Pennsylvania heavyweight diner 4466 shows much modernization.
(Added 6/12/05.)


GG1 4880 leads the "Purple" train from Washington.


Pennsylvania heavyweight sleeper "Rittenhouse Square"
(3 drawing rooms, 6 compartments) was built in 1930 for the Broadway Limited.


Heavyweight sleepers "Herald Square" and
"Pershing Square" (both 3 Drawing Rooms, 6 Compartments).


Pullman heavyweight sleepers "Glen Pond" and "Glen Blair"
(3 drawing rooms, 6 compartments).


Pullman heavyweight sleeper "Glen Athol" (3 drawing rooms, 6 compartments)
is followed by Pennsylvania lightweight sleeper "New York County" (13 double bedrooms).


Pennsylvania l ightweight sleeper "Lancaster County" (13 Bedrooms),
built in 1938 and lightweight diner 4518, built for the 1940 South Wind.
(added 6/12/05
.)


Long Island Railroad parlor cars include "Onteora".


GG1 4934 with Washington train "W2" and doubleheading fleetmates
with the Cadet train from West Point arrive at the same time.


Pennsylvania heavyweight parlor lounge cars "Rotary Club" and
"Lambs Club" (12 parlor seats, 14 lounge seats) followed by Pennsylvania
lightweight parlor "Johan Printz" (29 parlor seats, 1 drawing room).


Pennsylvania heavyweight parlor car"Enterprise" (34 parlor seats).
(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania sleeper "Magic Brook"
( 12 Duplex Single Room, 5 Double Bedroom), built in 1938.
(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania sleeper "Imperial View"
( 4 Bedroom, 4 Compartment, 2 Drawing Rooms), built in 1939.
(Added 7/17/05.)


New Haven parlor car "Pawtucket", built in 1948,
provides 36 first class seats.
(Added 7/23/05.)


New Haven parlor car "Mystic", also built
in 1948, provides 36 first class seats as well.
(Added 7/23/05.)


Pennsylvania 76 seat coach 1524 was originally
21 roomette sleeper "B. F. Jones".
(Added 7/23/05.)


Pennsylvania parlor 7145, "Betsy Ross", has 29 seats and 1 drawing room.
It was built in 1951 for the Congressional trains.
(Added 7/23/05.)


GG1 4918 leads a train from Washington.
(Added 7/23/05.)


Two Richmond, Fredericksburg and
Potomac coaches follow GG1 4918.
(Added 7/23/05.)


Pennsylvania parlor "John Hancock"
( 35 Seats).
(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania sleeper "Morrow Brook"
( 12 Duplex Single Room, 5 Double Bedroom), built in 1940.
(Added 7/17/05.)


GG1 4876, made famous by its 1953 trip into (literally) Washington
Union Station, leads the "Blue" train from New York.


Long Island club car "Tuscarora Club" originally belonged
to the Lehigh Valley Railroad.


Pennsylvania sleeper "Marsh Brook"
( 12 Duplex Single Room, 5 Double Bedroom), built in 1940.
(Added 7/17/05.)


Southern Pacific heavyweight sleeper "Glen Tarsan"
(3 drawing rooms, 6 compartments).



Pennsylvania sleeper "Times Square" (3 drawing rooms, 6 compartments),
built in 1925 for the Broadway Limited.


Pennsylvania sleeper "Allegheny County".
(Added 6/12/05)


Northern Pacific sleeper 716.


Pennsylvania heavyweight
sleeper "James Russell Lowell"
(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania heavyweight parlor lounge
"Trimount" ( 12 parlor seats, 20 lounge seats, buffet".
(Added 7/23/05.)


Pennsylvania heavyweight parlor lounge "Lawyers Club"
(12 parlor seats, 14 lounge seats).


Pennsylvania heavyweight parlor "Guardian"
(10 parlor seats, dining service and kitchen).


Pennsylvania buffet observation 1126, built by Budd
in 1940 for the South Wind train.


Pennsylvania Silverliner local train.
(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania Silverliners.
(Added 9/10/10)


GG1s 4919 and 4996 doublehead a string of
Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines P70 coaches.


Pennsylvania heavyweight parlor "Da Costa" (28 parlor seats, 1 drawing room)
followed by lightweight parlor "Mathias W. Baldwin" (7 conference rooms).


Pennsylvania lightweight parlor "Thomas A. Edison" (7 conference rooms)
followed by lightweight observation lounge "William Wallace Atterbury".


Pennsylvania lightweight observation lounge "William Wallace Atterbury"
(2 drawing rooms, 1 compartment, 1 double bedroom, buffet observation), built in 1949.
(Added 7/23/05.)


GG1 4922 leads a string of P70 coaches.
(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania bar lounge 1117, formerly
diner 4503, was built by Budd in 1939.


Pennsylvania MP54 local MU train.
(Added 7/23/05.)


GG1 4931 leads a first class train.
(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania sleeper "Morning Brook"
(12 Duplex Single Rooms, 5 Double Bedrooms), built in 1937.

(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania sleeper "Mineral Brook"
(12 Duplex Single Rooms, 5 Double Bedrooms), built in 1937.

(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania sleeper "Lake County "
(13 Bedrooms), built in 1938.

(Added 7/17/05.)


Heavyweight sleeper Glen Tarbert (6 Compartments, 3 Drawing Rooms) and
Pennsylvania ightweight sleeper Imperial Range (4 Bedrooms, 4 Compartments, 2 Drawing Rooms).


Pennsylvania sleepers "Imperial Park"
(4 Bedrooms, 4 Compartments, 2 Drawing Rooms), built in 1938.

(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania sleepers "Imperial Path"
(4 Bedrooms, 4 Compartments, 2 Drawing Rooms), built in 1939.

(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania sleepers "Imperial Point" and "Imperial Terrace"
(4 Bedrooms, 4 Compartments, 2 Drawing Rooms) were built in 1938.

(Added 7/17/05.)


Pennsylvania sleeper "Imperial Lawn" (4 Bedrooms, 4 Compartments, 2 Drawing Rooms),
built in 1939 and B&O heavyweight sleeper "Loch Lomond"(10 sections, 1 drawing room, 2 compartments).
(Added 7/17/05.)


Southern Railway heavyweight sleeper "Lake Childs" has
10 Sections, 1 Drawing Room and 2 Compartments.


Pullman heavyweight sleeper "Lake Caroline" (10 sections, 1 drawing room, 2 compartments)
leads Seaboard heavyweight sleeper "New Portage" (10 sections, 1 drawing room, 2 compartments).


The end of the parade. GG1 4878 leads the last train to arrive.
(Added 9/10/10)


GG! 4925 and train are waiting
in Stadium Yard for the return trip.
(Added 7/23/05.)


Ready for the return trip, GG1s 4935 and 4937 lead
the P70 coaches that comprise the cadet train in
Stadium Yard.

(Added 7/23/05.)


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