Private Varnish Issue 44 1992 Private Car Charter Referral Directory
Private Varnish Issue 44 1992 Private Car Charter Referral Directory

Private Varnish Issue 44 1992 Private Car Charter Referral Directory

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Private Varnish 1992 Issue 44
47 Pages
1992 Private Car Charter Referral Directory Issue
COVER: Amtrak's eastbound California Zephyr, trailed by the Yerba Buena and Mon-tecito, drifts down the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains on an absolutely beautiful July 1, 1991, day. It's going to be an on-time arrival at Denver. The Yerba Buena and Montecito are just two of many privately owned cars from which to choose, beginning on page 15, when you consider chartering one or several cars for your special occasion or event. Photo by Darrell T. Arndt
Contents
AAPRCO News 4
Private Car Charter Referral Directory 13
The Magic of Private Rail Car Charters 26
By Randy Schlotthauer and the AAPRCO Charter Referral Committee Staff
Special Trains 31
By Clark Johnson
PV News 34
PV on the Main Line 40
PV Classifieds 46



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