New York Central 3
Lovett Smith, VarChandra, Inc.
50 Obtuse Road
North, Brookfield, CT 06804
Day phone 203-775-9433
Evening phone 203-794-2855

New York Central 3 How did the Vanderbilts travel when they ran the mighty New York Central Railroad? New York Central 3 was built in 1928 for Harold S. Vanderbilt, on the New York Central Board of Directors at the time. Later, NYC 3 became Penn Central 4 and Conrail 1. The "business car" has also been on television, in "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous". You can experience this grand travel experience with your group of up to 20 day passengers, and 8 to 12 overnight. NYC 3 has 2 master bedrooms, 2 double bedrooms, 2 showers, a dining room complete with china and silver, observation lounge, and open rear platform. Amtrak-compatible, NYC 3 has a 60-kilowatt diesel generator, and TV/VCR with stereo.


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