Finished decaling. This was a name on an 8-5 assigned to the ATSF.
Glad to see someone closed the shade in the bathroom before you took that shot
That would be the new men's room that was added when Pullman rebuilt the car from the Plan 2411A West End, a 12-1-1 sleeper in 1936 for service on the first Super Chief made up of heavyweight cars. They removed the vestibule from that end to extend the restroom and add a linen closet. The car ended up on Michigan Central before being sold to the National Railways of Mexico and renamed Cuidad de Jalapa. I suppose I should add a full interior. As it is, it just has a view block running down the middle of the car but not quite to the very ends due to the structure of the car ends.