The train coaches seen here are based on real Wabash Frisco & Pacific cars built only recently. These cars have interiors, and the roof modules lift off to reveal seating and tables. LDD file included!
About this creation
The back of the trains is supposed to feature the letters WFP on the balcony.
Here is Wabash Frisco & Pacific number 609. It is a a Electro Motive Division F7, and features the letters WFP on the side of the locomotive, along with the number 609 near the nose. It usually pulls a streamlined passenger trains that is in a matching color scheme.
The roof of the engines lifts off.
The real world WF&P is located in Glenoce, Missouri, about 30 minutes from Saint Louis. They are a unpaid volunteer-run organization using real coal / oil fueled 12 inch gauge steam and diesel engines along the scenic Meramec River. They actually use a old Missouri Pacific Right of Way as part of the alignment. Here is their website, which just got updated for the 2015 season: www.wfprr.com/WFPRR/