I'm currently working on three passenger cars. I don't think I've shared them here as of yet. They are, as might be guessed, South Park cars. One is a baggage-express car and the others are coaches. The coaches were built by Barney and Smith in 1878 (and today I drove past what remains of B&S's facilities, once the nation's premier car builder...in the days before AC&F and the Pullman acquisitions). One of the B&S coaches existed up until a few years ago although it had decayed into little more than kindling. Both of these survived as 2nd class coaches on the Colorado & Southern. Their fellow B&S kin of 1878, the 3rd car in the order, survived as a 1st class coach on the C&S as it was slightly wider...hence more comfortable. The baggage survived to the end of the C&S narrow gauge during the Second World War and a design-mate of hers now resides at the Stuhr Museum of the Prairie. The coaches I'm building were #3 and #5, Geneva and Leadville. The baggage car will be #40. They are part of my building plan to build a passenger car fleet of 2-4 coaches, 2-3 baggage cars, 1 combine, and 2-3 sleepers. I am using my own plans prepared from folios and standard practices to assemble the coaches. Ward Kimball of Disney caused a coach of the same plan to survive into the present...in pristine condition...which has allowed me to obtain decent photographs to assess such details as the arched windows and unusual roof...some where in between a duckbill and a bullnose.