D&RGW 101 was built as a coach in 1910 by a company whose name was synonymous with elegance - PULLMAN. It was rebuilt in 1929 to serve as the executive car for the DENVER & RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILROAD. The years took their toll on the 101 until it was no longer usable and beyond what was considered by most to be restorable condition. The car was purchased in 1983 by Curtis Andrews, has been restored to museum quality, and is now available for special events.


Sleeping: 8 persons while static State Room A (3/4 bed)
  6 persons while moving State Room B (3/4 bed)
    Office (twin bed)
    Observation Room (Pullman bed with upper berth))
    Servants Quarters (two berths)
  (Servants quarters are utilized by Abraham Lincoln personnel while underway)
Bathrooms: Full bathrooms (toilet/shower/sink). Two: One between the state rooms and one community use off passageway.
  Sink only Servant's Quarters
: Sink only One in office
Kitchen Full kitchen facilities including range, oven, refrigerator, freezer, microwave, dishwasher

Complete mechanical and interior details may be found at: Details