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Pullman Coaches - All Of Them

Discussion in 'Content Suggestions & Proposals' started by MLPF Lynch, Feb 14, 2020.

  1. MLPF Lynch

    MLPF Lynch New Member

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    I propose that Pullman coach packs are developed and the Orient Express Route on the continent as well as the British leg (York to Dover) are also developed. So far it just seems that the best available is first class, but for a bit more luxury, why not add pullmans?

    UK:
    Pullman First (All Types)
    Pullman Third (All Types)
    Pullman set preserved on Nene Valley Railway, stored at Wansford
    Pullman Coaches preserved on Colne Valley Railway
    Brighton Belle set

    USA (Home of the Pullman)
    All Types

    France:
    Orient Express Set (16 coaches, as per layout and livery on the Orient Express itself)

    It's not everyday you get to see a Pullman close up, it's even rarer to sit in one on the mainline, but to be on the footplate of a train with even one Pullman as part of it, let alone a full train of Pullmans on a mainline is a once in a lifetime opportunity - an opportunity that needs to be opened up to the masses for the enjoyment of all on TS2020
     
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  3. budtheweiser

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    great for the Bossman gamming Southern railway s15 class and Black 5 and victory works and the Large paliries class
     
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    No mention of the Mk2 Pullman trains that were introduced in 1967
     

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