Palm Point Restoration

Palm Point Restoration We are a 501c3 nonprofit group currently involved in restoring the Palm Point 1930 heavyweight Pullm Using every dollar raised to fund restoration work.
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Mission statement:
Our mission is restoring the 1930 Pullman car Palm Point, reflecting as delivered condition. And to make available for generations to come the Pullman experience. Charity Support
We are counting on individuals and corporations that want to preserve one of the last heavy weight passenger Pullman cars of its design. Their support makes saving this treasure from another period in

time possible. Goals and Plan
Our goal is to restore the Palm Point so it can be shipped around the country on rails offering a experience not many alive today have had. The officers are not getting compensated for their work. Definitely a labor of love. First the car is getting stabilized against the weather. Body and roof repaired. As part of this, all 42 windows are getting repaired. This is the next large expense, totaling at least $25,000.

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Office Palm Point Restoration , 2606 Glenmore Drive , Westlake, Ohio 44145
Cleveland, OH
44113

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+14405708086

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Palm Point

Built in January of 1930 by the Pullman Company for general service as a 3 compartment, 1 drawing room, buffet, lounge sun room observation car. It was sold by the Pullman Company to the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1948 and had the number 349 added in addition to its original name. Retired by the NP in 1953 and sold into private ownership where it had several uses and one of them was a ice cream stand. Its recent purchase for restoration in 2018 is to put the car back into operational use again for tourist railroads and for private events.

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