Babbling Brook

The Babbling Brook is an observation lounge sleeper capable of sleeping eight people in four bedrooms and seating 16 people in the comfortable lounge areas during the day. The car is equipped with a full service kitchen and features individually controlled heating and air conditioning in each room. The extra bathroom features a large stainless steel stall shower. Built in 1949 for the New York Central and beautifully restored to its original appearance, the Babbling Brook is now privately owned by Webb Rail LLC.


Berlin

The Berlin is a sleeper capable of sleeping 12 guests and two crewmembers in six luxurious staterooms and seating up to 30 people during the day. The car is equipped with a kitchenette and features individually controlled heating and air conditioning in each room, which each contain private showers and bathrooms. Built in 1956 for the Union Pacific, the Berlin is now privately owned by Deep River Rail Ventures LLC.


Epicurus

The Epicurus is the only privately owned dining car in operation today, and is capable of seating 24 guests at tables and another 12 at the lunch counter. The car is equipped with a full industrial grade kitchen and is perfect for gourmet multi-course meals while traveling down the railroad. Built in 1950 for the Santa Fe and beautifully restored to its original appearance, the Epicurus is now privately owned by Railroad Passenger Services LLC.


Kitchi Gammi Club

The Kitchi Gammi Club is an observation lounge sleeper capable of sleeping 12 guests and a crewmember in 5 sections, a master bedroom, and a crew bedroom. It can seat 20 people during the day in the sections and comfortable observation lounge. The car is equipped with a full service kitchen and features a large stainless steel shower in one of the two restrooms. Built in 1923 for Pullman Company nationwide service, the Kitchi Gammi Club is now owned by Virginia Rail Investment Corporation.


Mount Vernon

The Mount Vernon is a lounge sleeper capable of sleeping 12 guests in 6 bedrooms and seating 15 people during the day in the comfortable lounge area. The car is equipped with a full service kitchen and features private bathrooms in each bedroom as well as a single shower. Built in 1950 for the Union Pacific, the Mount Vernon is now owned by Dominion Rail Voyages LLC.