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Reading Company Dining Cars

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Bethlehem Car Works model of Reading Company DCe dining car.  Courtesy Bethlehem Car Works.Given the limited amount of long-distance passenger traffic on the Reading, it's not surprising that dining cars made up a small portion of the passenger roster.  Clicking the links below will open the reference document in a separate window; clicking the camera icon (where available) will display a photo in a separate window.

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DCa 1196-1199


DCb 1190-1191 DCe 1186-1189 DCg 1187

DCla 2060

DPa 1189    

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Did You Know?

April 12, 1962
The Reading purchases the first production GP30 (#5513) from EMD as part of initial order of 20 locomotives.


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