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Bi-level Coach4372 viewsAn ex-C&NW bi-level coach, leased from Amtrak to Great Lakes Western, is being prepared for painting and lettering. Photographed at Mukwonago, WI by Bob Baker, 10-25-1992. Submitted by J. H. Yanke.
Bi-level Coach No. 1 Kenilworth, IL3682 viewsBi-level coach No. 1, built for suburban service by the St. Louis Car Company, is at the Kenilworth, IL station on 4-2-1955. Joe Barth photo, submitted by Jim H. Yanke.
Business Train Clinton, IA2578 viewsA “board of directors special” is coming into Clinton, IA pulled by an E7. The coach behind the unit is an ex-C&O car. Armstrong photo, 10-3-1957. C&NW Historical Society Archives Collection.
Car Washer2076 viewsCar washer at the California Avenue Coach Yard in Chicago. First bi-level coach No 1 is getting a wash. C&NW PR Dept photo, circa 1960. Submitted by J. H. Yanke
CNW Bi-Level, Coach Yard973 viewsA C&NW Bi-Level coach is being serviced at the Dallas (PA) Penn Station Layout. (Lionel, O-gauge) Photo by Bill Hakkarinen

Coach 3072982 viewsPullman sleeper Iowa River was restyled into coach 307 in the 1950’s. Photo taken at Council Bluffs, IA in 3-1956. Submitted by J. H. Yanke
Coach Interior2617 viewsInterior view of a streamlined coach in the 800 series after rebuilding by Pullman-Standard in the late 1950’s. C&NW P.R. photo. Submitted by J. H. Yanke.
Combination Car 77212991 viewsBaggage-coach 7721 was built by ACF in the 1920's for commuter service. The 4-wheel trucks had roller bearing axels. Submitted by J. H. Yanke
National Railroad Museum Special Green Bay, WI2020 viewsR1 class engine 175 pulls a passenger special out of Green Bay for a trip promoting the National Railroad Museum. The first 3 cars behind the engine were former C&O coaches. Photo taken 9-24-1957. C&NW Historical Society Archives collection.
Passengers Boarding at Green Bay, WI1938 viewsThe depot switch crew is putting coaches on the rear end of No. 216. The rear four coaches are bi-level commuter coaches. Brad Kniskern photo, 9-1-1958. This photo is from the C&NW Historical Society Archives collection.
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