The Bluegrass Railroad offers seating in antique commuter coaches. These coaches have open windows and fans in summer and propane heaters in winter. The "walk over" seats can face in either direction and are similar to school bus seats.
Coaches 1314 and 1310 were built for the Central New Jersey railroad in 1933 and were used in commuter service in and out of New York City. The coaches seat 70 passengers and are used on all Bluegrass Railroad excursion train rides. 1314 is unique as it is outfited with lights, horn, and bell and is used by the Conductor to control back up moves.
Coaches 3240 and 3247 were built for the Erie Lackawanna Railroad in 1923 and were also used in commuter service in and out of New York. These older coaches feature a clear story and friction bearing wheel sets.