Flagler Car #90

Built in the Late 1890s

The Flagler Car was built in the late 1890s and is 84ft long.

When Henry M. Flagler made contact with Jackson & Sharpe Company to build the car, he sent them a blank check and said, “I want the best money can buy!”

When you see this car, you’ll see he got what he asked for.

Built in the Late 1890s

The Flagler Car was built in the late 1890s and is 84ft long.

When Henry M. Flagler made contact with Jackson & Sharpe Company to build the car, he sent them a blank check and said, “I want the best money can buy!”

When you see this car, you’ll see he got what he asked for.

The Parlor

In the parlor you can see the Tiffany glass windows,
the beautiful hand carved woodwork, and the fireplace.

Can you spot the Murphey bed?

 

Marble Onyx Fireplace

This marble onyx fireplace is believed to have three of the largest pieces of marble onyx quarried from Pakistan.

This fireplace matches what Henry M. Flagler had installed in his Palm Beach Mansion.

This train car was one of the first to have a fireplace. 

Mrs. Flagler’s Stateroom

This was the stateroom for Mrs. Flagler.

Behind her bed, you can see the entrance to her private bathroom.

Observation Room

This is the observation room in the car.

There are two drop down beds,
a desk, and a sitting area.

 

Special Tiffany Windows

When Louis Tiffany found out Henry Flagler was going to have a train car built for Mrs. Flagler, he wanted to make special “Tiffany” glass windows for it.

Impressive Woodwork

The woodwork in this train car is called white or blond mahogany.

The wood was sourced from the Canary Islands.

Extraordinarily Detailed Ceiling with Tiffany Glass

There are 30 special made Tiffany Glass Windows in this train car.

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