|The Pennsylvania National Guard's 8th Regiment ambulance|
at an encampment in Lewistown, Pennsylvania, in 1896.
These ambulances were developed to transport wounded
soldiers to field hospitals.
|This is the Pullman Car that is on display at the Museum.|
It is one of 2 still in existence today. You enter from the
far right and can view the beautiful car that hauled patrons
that needed to have dining as well as sleeping quarters.
|This is the interior of the Pullman Car. This photograph|
shows the dining area.
|One of the cabins showing a lounge with table and a berth above it. The lounge can be opened to sleep two patrons.|
|The bathroom which is a toilet, mirror, towel rack and small basin.|
|Another room has these bunkbeds as well as a place for sitting.|
|They actually had an area where they shined shoes. Do people do that anymore?|
|The kitchen area which is extremely small. We didn't see a stovetop or oven, but they may have been part of another cabinet.|