Pullman (car or coach)
In the United States, Pullman was used to refer to railroad sleeping cars which were built and operated on most U.S. railroads by the Pullman Company (founded by George Pullman) from 1867 to December 31, 1968.
It also refers to railway dining cars in Europe that were operated by the Pullman Company, or lounge cars operated by the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits. Specifically, in Great Britain, Pullman refers to the lounge cars operated by the "British Pullman Car Company".
In 1963, the luxurious Mercedes-Benz 600 was introduced, with a range including a long wheelbase version called Pullman. Later, stretched versions of regular Mercedes-Benz S-Class cars were also called Pullman.
See also 
- Pullman loaf, a type of long, square bread developed to be baked in the small kitchens of rail cars
- Pullman train (UK)
- Starlight Express, a train musical in which two characters are modeled on a Pullman.
- Welsh, Joe and Howes, Bill (2004). Travel By Pullman. MBI Publishing Inc.
- Barger, Ralph L. (1988). A Century of Pullman Cars, Volume I, Alphabetical List. Greenberg Publishing Company, Inc.
- Barger, Ralph L. (1990). A Century of Pullman Cars, Volume II, The Palace Cars. Greenberg Publishing Company, Inc.
- The Pullman Project
- Canadian National Railways Sleeping Car No. 1683 St. Hyacinthe — photographs and short history of a Sleeping Car built in 1929.
- Chicago Historical Society's Pullman website
- Sleeping in Comfort: Pullman Fundamentals