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1894 Private Pullman Palace Car

Want to experience what it was like to ride in a Pullman car while crossing this great country of ours? The 1894 Private Palace Pullman Car will give you that feeling and more! Theodore Roosevelt used this car on one of his trips to the 6666 Ranch in North Texas. It is believed that the Indian Chief – Quanah Parker has also ridden in this unique Pullman Car. History surrounds you in every nook and cranny. This wonderful antique train car was built in 1894 by Pullman for the Quanah, Acme and Pacific railroad. Not only is the car historic, but it is very Romantic and perfect for a "Just the Two of You" Getaway. Come to Fredericksburg and enjoy this Historic Pullman car experience. It is One of a Kind! Click HERE for history of this car.


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  • Walking Distance to the Heart of Fredericksburg - within ½ mile South East
  • Historic Pullman Train Car
  • Theodore Roosevelt Slept in this Car
  • Bedroom with Queen-size Bed
  • 2 Bathrooms - 1 with tub & shower, 1 shower only
  • $25.00 Gift Certificate for Fischer & Wieser Food Products each night of your stay
  • Keurig Coffee Maker
  • Coffee & Tea Bar
  • Small Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Flat-screen TV in Living Room
  • Direct TV
  • WiFi
  • Central Heat & Air
  • Original Décor
  • Antiques
  • Romantic ambiance
  • Private Off Street Parking
  • No Stove or Range available

Rates & Restrictions

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  • 2 nights required for All Event and Holiday Weekends
  • No Smoking
  • No Children
  • No Pets
  • Maximum Occupancy - 2

    Permit # FBGTX-41042

Customer Reviews

Comment Card   ★ 5/5
Amazing Experience
Had an amazing experience staying on the train.  It was a wonderful weekend.
Stayed August 2019 - D. Shamlin, Arlington TX

Comment Card   ★ 5/5
Neat Property
Very comfortable and so much history. It could not have been better.
Stayed April 2011 - Larry & Missy, Concan, TX


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