Originally located at the Pate Museum on US 377 in SE Parker County, this rail car is now housed at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City near Las Vegas. The private car, ostensibly the most elegant ever built, was constructed for Dr. W.S. Webb, President of the Wagner Palace Car Company. It housed an ornate dining room, staterooms, and “horizontal” sleeping quarters. It was the rear car of the New York Central’s 20th Century Limited express train that broke the New York-to-Chicago speed record in 1932.