Harold moved to Chicago after fighting in the Civil War. There he met his wife, Abbie. They have three daughters: Margaret, Leah and Lillian. This is his fourth year working for Pullman. Though he is a soft spoken man, the other porters and crew look up to Harold for his work ethic and steadfast friendship.
“You show your dignity to the world through your life. Through discipline and dedication to your work. Through how you love your family. You carry yourself as a gentleman, remind people of your name, and slowly everyone around you starts to take notice.”
The only reluctant passenger on the Night Train. Mother of Henry Heinz, the ketchup inventor.
Sam is a constant source of railroad wisdom with detailed accounts of historic railroad crashes at the ready to forecast a worst case scenario for every situation.
A loyal, logical, warm mother and wife. She will go to great lengths to protect her husband and her children.