In 1917, John Ringling North's uncle bought a new, 82-foot Pullman that, at that time, was said to be the longest railcar ever made. He named it Jomar, an acronym for John and Mable Ringling. The car was rebuilt many times with North modernizing, mainly the interior to meet his requirements since he used if for up to 9 months at a time.


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