The Rolling Stock
The Pacific Northwest Champter of the National Railway Historical Society
owns, restores, and maintains rolling stock. All of this is made possible
by many volunteer hours. Listed below is some of the inventory. Be sure to
click on the links to get the details, history, and pictures.
The Mt. Hood:
The Mt Hood is a Pullman first class lounge-sleeper that is owned by our
chapter. It spent most of its working years on the Empire Builder, operating
at the rear of the Portland section of that train between Portland and Spokane.
The 6800 Coach:
Originally the GN Red River #1147 (name train that ran between St. Paul MN
and Grand Forks North Dakota) diner-observation seating: lounge = 20,
diner = 21, built by American Car and Foundry in 1950 and delivered May 13th.
The 6200 Coach:
Built by Budd for the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Silver Meteor in 1939 (original #6200),
later became the Seaboard Coast Line #5604 and Amtrak #5604 in 1971. Purchased by the
Chapter from bankruptcy estate of the Seattle North Coastline in 1985.
Snow Flanger SPMW #328:
Built for the Southern Pacific in the 1940s, donated by SP to the Chapter October 1981.
Donation stipulates Snow Flanger not to be used for any railroad related purposes.
One of the last wooden-bodied flangers in existence.