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The Wason Manufacturing Company was a maker of railway passenger coaches and streetcars during the 19th and early 20th century. The company was founded in 1845 in Springfield, Massachusetts by Charles Wason and Thomas Wason. Although the concept would later be popularized by the Pullman Company, Wason was the first to manufacture sleeping cars in America. Wason’s earliest clients included the Michigan Southern Railroad, Alton Railroad, Central Railroad of New Jersey, and Boston and Maine Railroad, as well as foreign operators such as the State Railway of Chile, and Egyptian National Railways, providing the latter with 161 cars as well as an ornate state carriage for Sa’id of Egypt, the viceroy at that time.. By 1867 the company had about 300 employees. The company made the first passenger coaches used on the Transcontinental railroad. One of these became the personal rail car of Leland Stanford, President of the Central Pacific Railroad.
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Psychology of colors in the Brilliance Auto logo:
Red is excitement, energy, passion, courage, attention, lust, power, love, speed, and anger. Gray is neutrality, formality, depression, dignity, and elegance.