Two versions of the Fuhrersonderzug existed before the war. One for peacetime travel and one for State of War. All coaches were constructed of welded steel, most weighing over 60 tons. The peacetime train was usually composed of a locomotive, baggage and power-engine car, Fuhrer's Pullman(No. 10206), conference car, escort car, dining car, two sleeping cars for guests and entourage, Pullman coach, personnel car, press chief's car, baggage and power-engine car.
The Fuhrerhauptquartier, code named "Amerika" was put into service in August 1939. It consisted of a locomotive(later two), armored antiaircraft car with 2-cm guns and a 26 man crew, baggage and power-engine car, Fuhrer's Pullman (No. 10206 in which his Chief Wehrmacht Adjutant, his chief Personal Adjutant and a valet were also quartered), conference car with communications center including several teletype machines, escort car for 22 SS-Begliet-Kommando and RSD men, dining car, two sleeping cars for entourage and guests, bath car, dining car, two cars for personnel(secretaries, cooks etc), Press chiefs car with communications center including a 700 watt short wave transmitter, baggage and power-engine car, anti-aircraft car.
from Hitler's personal security by peter hoffman