Presidential Rail Car, U.S. Number 1
A National Historic LandmarkA Pullman observation originally built in 1929 as a private car and converted for presidential use during WW II. It served as Presidential Rail Car No. 1 from 1943 until 1958.
The Gold Coast Railroad Museun acquired the Ferdinand Magellan in 1958 and it arrived at the museum on January 15, 1959. In 1984 the Ferdinand Magellan was briefly loaned to the presidential re-election campaign of Ronald Reagan, who gave a series of "whistlestop" speeches from the rear platform during a one-day trip in Ohio.
Above photos July 7, 2015 at Gold Coast Railroad Museum, Miami Fl.
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