"This ain't no baggage-car," he grumbled, as he saw the suit-case in her hand.
He said some people with a screeching parrot were out in the baggage-car.
It was three months before they pulled the baggage-car out of that tunnel, and then they had to use dynamite.
She would never subject him to the discomfort and indignity of the baggage-car.
Its passengers, and everybody connected with it, had either gone up town or joined the curious throng about the baggage-car.
This left us with only the locomotive, tender, and one baggage-car.
Mrs. Rayner says there are a lot of frozen cavalrymen forward in the baggage-car.
Blind-Baggage: the front end of a baggage-car having no door.
However, he insisted on boarding the baggage-car to tender his sympathy to McWilliams.
"It's a short train—four parlour-cars and a baggage-car," added Keating.