The Glengyle is the earliest known survivor of the fleet of heavyweight, all-steel sleepers built by Pullman Company. The design was introduced in 1907 as a marked improvement over the wooden version then in use. Some 10,000 were built, in various configurations, the last in 1931. The Glengyle is original in its interior and most of its components.
Janney Knuckle Coupler
Society: ASMEMain Category: MechanicalSub Category: Rail TransportationEra: 1900-1909DateCreated: 1911Museum of the American RailroadDallasState: TXZip: 75210Country: USAWebsite: http://www.asme.org/about-asme/history/landmarks/topics-m-z/rail-transportation---2/-125-pullman-sleeping-car-glengyle-%281911%29, https://www.asme.org/getmedia/379a7270-9504-4fc0-a38d-bce7a0cea4a5/125-Pullman-Sleeping-Car-Glengyle-1911.aspxCreator: Pullman, George
YearAdded:Image Credit: Courtesy ASMEEra_date_from: 1911