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Catholic Chapel Car

Page history last edited by Michael 3 years, 3 months ago

back to the Railway Cars page or to the Catholic Notes or the Index

 

     This should be printed at 2.04" wide.

     For the Pulp campaign, this may be as Wild, Wild West-ish as the referee desires. It's based on actual chapel cars used in North America, but in this case built to 1930s European rail standards. About 40 people can sit on the pews (which are mostly the same as ordinary "saloon car" seats, but all facing towards the altar). The built-in berths provide beds for four people; presumably staff, assault forces, etc. would ride in a leased ordinary coach.

 

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