NUM ry built_in type status constr roof ended
length width height weight seats oos gauge
wheels total_hp trucks motors control brakes compress voltage
Ownership History
Notes
Harlan & Hollingsworth
9117 Reading Company 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPa) towed inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86 1993 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [WH 423 (2)] [WH AB-XM37] AMUE [(ME23)] [XD3-F]  
Reading Company #840 1931-1965 / Reading Company #9117 1965-1976 / Conrail #9117 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9117 1983-1993 / 1st preserved by Rail Tours, Inc. 1993-? / later preserved by Reading Technical & Historical Society ?-? / West Chester Railroad(West Chester, Pennsylvania) ?-present
"Blueliner"
9119 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1932 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPb) towed inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86   4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) XD3-F  
Reading Company #862 1931-1965 / Reading Company #9119 1965-1976 / Conrail #9119 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9119 1983-? / Reading Technical & Historical Society(Hamburg, Pennsylvania) ?-present
9123
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PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1932 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPb) stored inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86   4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) XD3-F  
Reading Company #867 1931-1965 / Reading Company #9123 1965-1976 / Conrail #9123 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9123 1983-? / Reading Technical & Historical Society(Hamburg, Pennsylvania) ?-present
9124
PHOTO
Reading Company 1932 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPb) towed inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86 1993 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] [WH AB-XM37] AMUE [(ME23)] [XD3-F]  
Reading Company #869 1931-1965 / Reading Company #9124 1965-1976 / Conrail #9124 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9124 1983-1993 / 1st preserved by Avondale Railroad Center 1993-? / West Chester Railroad(West Chester, Pennsylvania) ?-present
"Blueliner"
9128
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1932 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPb) towed inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86   4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor GE 620 (2) WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) XD3-F  
Reading Company #878 1931-1965 / Reading Company #9128 1965-1976 / Conrail #9128 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9128 1983-? / Reading Technical & Historical Society(Hamburg, Pennsylvania) ?-present
9110
PHOTO
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPa) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86 1993 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor GE 620 (2) WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) XD3-F  
Reading Company #839 1931-1964 / Reading Company #9110 1964-1976 / Conrail #9110 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9110 1983-1993 / 1st preserved by Rail Tours, Inc. 1993-2005 / Reading Technical & Historical Society(Hamburg, Pennsylvania) 2005-present
9110
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPa) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86 1993 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor GE 620 (2) WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) XD3-F  
Reading Company #839 1931-1964 / Reading Company #9110 1964-1976 / Conrail #9110 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9110 1983-1993 / 1st preserved by Rail Tours, Inc. 1993-2005 / Reading Technical & Historical Society(Hamburg, Pennsylvania) 2005-present
9101
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class ECa) towed inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 135500#   1993 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] [WH AB-XM37] AMUE [(ME23)] [XD3-F]  
Reading Company #302 1931-1964 / Reading Company #9101 1964-1976 / Conrail #9101 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9101 1983-1993 / 1st preserved by Rail Tours, Inc. 1993-? / Reading & Northern Railroad(Port Clinton, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Rebuilt from combine in 1964
9102
PHOTO
Reading Company 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class ECa) stored inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 135500#   1993 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] [WH AB-XM37] AMUE [(ME23)] [XD3-F]  
Reading Company #303 1931-1964 / Reading Company #9102 1964-1976 / Conrail #9102 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9102 1983-1993 / Rail Tours, Inc.(Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania) 1993-present
Rebuilt from combine in 1964
9105
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class ECa) stored inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 135500# 80 1993 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] [WH AB-XM37] AMUE [(ME23)] [XD3-F]  
Reading Company #306 1931-1964 / Reading Company #9105 1964-1976 / Conrail #9105 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9105 1983-1993 / Rail Tours, Inc.(Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania) 1993-present
Rebuilt from combine in 1964
9107
PHOTO
PHOTO
Reading Company 1932 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPb) towed inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 135500# 86 1993 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] [WH AB-XM37] AMUE [(ME23)] [XD3-F]  
Reading Company #874 1932-1964 / Reading Company #9107 1964-1976 / Conrail #9107 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9107 1983-1993 / 1st preserved by Rail Tours, Inc. 1993-? / West Chester Railroad(West Chester, Pennsylvania) ?-present
"Blueliner"; rebuilt as dining car
9108
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1932 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPb) stored inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 135500# 86 1993 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] [WH AB-XM37] AMUE [(ME23)] [XD3-F]  
Reading Company #875 1932-1964 / Reading Company #9108 1964-1976 / Conrail #9108 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9108 1983-1993 / Rail Tours, Inc.(Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania) 1993-present
9120 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1932 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPb) stored inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86 1993 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] [WH AB-XM37] AMUE [(ME23)] [XD3-F]  
Reading Company #864 1932-1965 / Reading Company #9120 1965-1976 / Conrail #9120 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9120 1983-1993 / Rail Tours, Inc.(Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania) 1993-present
"Blueliner"
783
PHOTO
PHOTO
Reading Company 1925 rapid transit car (commuter control trailer) (Class ETe) stored inoperable steel AR DE
724" 9'10" 15'4" 112500# 84 ? 4'8.5"
8 (2-2) 0 Commonwealth   WH AB-XM37 ATUE (ME23)    
Reading Company #1163 1925-1932 / Reading Company #783 1932-? / 1st preserved by Rail Tours, Inc. ?-? / Stewartstown Railroad(Stewartstown, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Rebuilt from standard PBn-type coach #1163 in 1932
9125
PHOTO
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1932 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPb) stored inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86 2004 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) [XD3-F]  
Reading Company #870 1931-1965 / Reading Company #9125 1965-1976 / Conrail #9125 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9125 1983-2004 / New Hope & Ivyland Railroad(New Hope, Pennsylvania) 2004-present
Used in work-train service; located in Buckingham, Pennsylvania
9113 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPa) stored inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86   4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) XD3-F  
Reading Company #833 1931-1964 / Reading Company #9113 1964-1976 / Conrail #9113 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9113 1983-? / Reading Technical & Historical Society(Hamburg, Pennsylvania) ?-present
9127 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPb) towed inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86   4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) XD3-F  
Reading Company #872 1931-1965 / Reading Company #9127 1965-1976 / Conrail #9127 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9127 1983-? / Reading Technical & Historical Society(Hamburg, Pennsylvania) ?-present
9131 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPa) stored inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86   4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor GE 620 (2) WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) XD3-F  
Reading Company #881 1931-1965 / Reading Company #9131 1965-1976 / Conrail #9131 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9131 1983-? / Reading Technical & Historical Society(Hamburg, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Located in Temple, Pennsylvania
774
PHOTO
PHOTO
Reading Company 1925 rapid transit car (commuter control trailer) (Class ETf) stored inoperable steel AR DE
72'5" 9'10" 15'4" 110320# 88 1976 4'8.5"
8 (2-2) 0 Commonwealth   WH AB-XM37 ATUE (ME23)    
Reading Company #1276 1925-1949 / Reading Company #774 1949-1976 / Rail Tours, Inc.(Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania) 1976-present
Rebuilt from standard PBn-type coach #1276 in 1949
777
PHOTO
PHOTO
Reading Company 1925 rapid transit car (commuter control trailer) (Class ETf) stored inoperable steel AR DE
72'5" 9'10" 15'4" 110320# 88 1976 4'8.5"
8 (2-2) 0 Commonwealth   WH AB-XM37 ATUE (ME23)    
Reading Company #1281 1925-1950 / Reading Company #777 1950-1976 / 1st preserved by Rail Tours, Inc. 1976-? / California Western Railroad(Fort Bragg, California) ?-present
Rebuilt from standard PBn-type coach #1281 in 1950
787
PHOTO
PHOTO
Reading Company 1925 rapid transit car (commuter control trailer) (Class ETe) stored inoperable steel AR DE
72'4" 9'10" 15'4" 112500# 84 1976 4'8.5"
8 (2-2) 0 Commonwealth   WH AB-XM37 ATUE (ME23)    
Reading Company #1167 1925-1932 / Reading Company #787 1932-1976 / 1st preserved by Rail Tours, Inc. 1976-? / California Western Railroad(Fort Bragg, California) ?-present
Rebuilt from standard PBn-type coach #1167 in 1932
9115
PHOTO
PHOTO
Reading Company 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) (Class EPb) towed inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86   4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor [GE 620 (2)] WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) XD3-F  
Reading Company #? 1931-? / Conrail #9115 1976-1983 / Reading Company #9115 ?-1976 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9115 1983-? / Reading Technical & Historical Society(Hamburg, Pennsylvania) ?-present
9130
PHOTO
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car (rebuilt commuter coach) stored inoperable steel AR DE
73'0" 10'3" 15'6" 130000# 86 n/a 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 550 Taylor GE 620 (2) WH AB-XM37 AMUE (ME23) XD3-F  
Reading Company #880 1931-1965 / Reading Company #9130 1965-1976 / Conrail #9130 1976-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9130 1983-now / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1983-present
"Blueliner"
Hawker-Siddeley Canada Limited
0622
PHOTO
PHOTO
Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority 1979 rapid transit car (half of married-pair set) (#4 Blue Line) stored operable steel AR SE
48'6" 9'3"     42 2009 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)       GE SCM SMEE D-4  
Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority #0622 1979-2009 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 2009-present
Blue Line; paired with #0623
0623
PHOTO
PHOTO
Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority 1979 rapid transit car (half of married-pair set) (#4 Blue Line) stored operable steel AR SE
48'6" 9'3"     42 2009 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)       GE SCM SMEE D-4  
Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority #0623 1979-2009 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 2009-present
Blue Line; paired with #0622
Henry E. Dow Body Company
3283
PHOTO
PHOTO
Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority 1949 line car (tower car) stored inoperable wood AR DE
        n/a 2007 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)     GE 247 (4)        
Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #3283 1949-1964 / Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority #3283 1964-2007 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 2007-present
Hicks Locomotive & Car Works
309
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
HISTORY
Chicago Aurora & Elgin 1907 interurban (standard coach) operated often wood RR DE
53'1" 8'7" 13'0" 93500# 52 1962 (1957) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 500 Pullman GE 66B (4) GE M-C6K AMM (M15B) D3-EG  
Aurora Elgin & Chicago #309 1907-1922 / Chicago Aurora & Elgin #309 1922-1962 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 1962-present
Holman
8
PHOTO
Petaluma & Santa Rosa 1904 box motor (express motor) undergoing restoration wood RR DE
35'10"       n/a   4'8.5"
8 (B-B)              
Petaluma & Santa Rosa #8 1904-? / Petaluma Trolley(Petaluma, California) 1997-present
Body only; privately owned; located in Sebastopol, California
602
PHOTO
PHOTO
Sacramento Northern 1911 bunk car (converted interurban coach) stored inoperable wood AR DE
45'0" 9'4" 12'8" 78000# n/a 1962 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 440 Baldwin 79-30B [WH 321 (4)] [WH HL-C28] AMM [(G6)] [CP-29 (2)]  
Oakland Antioch & Eastern #102 1911-1920 / San Francisco-Sacramento #102 1920-1928 / Sacramento Northern #602 1928-1948 / Sacramento Northern #MW83 1948-1962 / Western Railway Museum(Rio Vista, California) 1962-present
Former box motor #102; later kitchen-dining car #MW83; body only, on trucks
63
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
Petaluma & Santa Rosa 1904 interurban (combine) operated often wood RR DE
44'5" 9'0" 13'1" 35000# 44 1932 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 130 Brill 27MCB2X GE 201P (2) K-28J SM3 DH-16  
Petaluma & Santa Rosa #63 1904-1932 / Western Railway Museum(Rio Vista, California) 1968-present
Originally had GE 70 motors (4) and Brill 14B trucks
1005
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
Sacramento Northern 1912 interurban (combine) operated often wood AR DE
58'4" 9'10" 13'1" 98540# 50 1951 (1949) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Baldwin 79-30B WH 322E (4) WH HL-15A2 AMM (M24A) D2-LA (2)  
Oakland Antioch & Eastern #1005 1912-1920 / San Francisco-Sacramento #1005 1920-1928 / Sacramento Northern #1005 1928-1941 / Key System #495 1941-1951 / Western Railway Museum(Rio Vista, California) 1951-present
010
PHOTO
Central California Traction 1911 freight trailer (interurban trailer) stored inoperable wood AR DE
34'0" 9'2" 11'3"   n/a 1944 4'8.5"
8 (2-2) 0 [Arch Bar]          
Central California Traction #010 1911-1944 / Western Railway Museum(Rio Vista, California) 2000-present
Body only, on trucks
0109
PHOTO
PHOTO
San Francisco Municipal Railway 1900 rail grinder (converted dump car) displayed inoperable wood AR DE
26'10" 7'3"     n/a   4'8.5"
4 (B)   Peckham 9A GE 90 (2) K-10 SM3 DH-16 / CP-25  
United Railroad of San Francisco #109 1900-1912 / United Railroad of San Francisco #0109 1912-1921 / Market Street Railway #0109 1921-1944 / San Francisco Municipal Railway #0109 1944-? / Western Railway Museum(Rio Vista, California) ?-present
Rebuilt from streetcar (O'Brian & Sons, 1890); originally United Railroad of San Francisco dump car #109
1
PHOTO
PHOTO
San Francisco Municipal Railway 1912 streetcar (standard) (Class A) undergoing restoration steel AR DE
47'1" 8'6" 11'9" 50000#   n/a 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 240 Brill 27G WH 306CA (4) WH HL-15B Straight Air A4  
San Francisco Municipal Railway #1 1912-now / San Francisco Municipal Railway(San Francisco, California) 1912-present
Located in Brookville, Pennsylvania
4
PHOTO
PHOTO
Bakersfield & Kern Electric Railway 1900 streetcar (California car) displayed inoperable wood DR DE
26'6"     16000# 36 1941 4'8.5"
4 (B) 50 Brill 21E GE 800 (2) R-17 Hand n/a  
Bakersfield & Kern Electric Railway #4 1900-1941 / 1st preserved by Private owner 1941-1959 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1959-present
Converted to work car in 1912
Illinois Traction System
1565
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
HISTORY
Illinois Terminal 1910 locomotive (boxcab) (Class B) operated occasionally steel AR DE
34'0" 9'3" 13'0" 120000# n/a 1960 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 800 Alco RM63B GE 69C (4) GE M-C83A 14EL D4-P (2)  
Illinois Traction System #1565 1910-1928 / Illinois Terminal #1565 1928-1955 / Illinois Power Company #90525 1955-1960 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 1960-present
1575
PHOTO
PHOTO
HISTORY
Illinois Terminal 1910 locomotive (boxcab) (Class B) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
34'0" 9'3" 13'0"   n/a 1963 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Alco RM63B GE 69 (4) GE M 14EL    
Illinois Traction System #1575 1910-1928 / Illinois Terminal #1575 1928-1959 / St. Louis Car Company #9 1959-1963 / Museum of Transportation(Kirkwood, Missouri) 1963-present
1595
PHOTO
PHOTO
HISTORY
Illinois Terminal 1910 locomotive (four-truck boxcab) (Class C) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
52'5"     160000# n/a 1956 4'8.5"
16 (B-B+B-B) 1000 Alco RM63B GE 205B (8) GE M-C6 14EL    
Illinois Traction System #1595 1910-1928 / Illinois Terminal #1595 1928-1956 / Museum of Transportation(Kirkwood, Missouri) 1956-present
Industrial Brownhoist
W1
PHOTO
Montreal Tramways 1910 crane (homebuilt crane) stored inoperable steel AR SE
        n/a 1959 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Arch Bar GE 80 (4) K-35G Straight Air CP-27  
Montreal Street Railway #1 1910-1911 / Montreal Tramways #1 1911-1925 / Montreal Tramways #W1 1925-1959 / Connecticut Trolley Museum(East Windsor, Connecticut) 1959-present
0504
PHOTO
Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority 1901 crane (subway crane) stored inoperable wood AR DE
43'5" 8'6" 13'0" 67180# n/a 1981 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Arch Bar          
Boston Elevated Railway #0504 1901-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #0504 1947-1964 / Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority #0504 1964-1981 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1981-present
0551
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
Boston Elevated Railway 1911 crane (subway crane) operated occasionally wood AR SE
37'6" 9'6" 12'7" 90000# n/a 1978 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Arch Bar WH 305 (1) K-10 AL    
Boston Elevated Railway #0551 1911-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #0551 1947-1964 / Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority #0551 1964-1978 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1978-present
K-10 controller installed by Seashore
3246
PHOTO
PHOTO
Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority 1916 crane (10-ton cap. crane) stored inoperable wood AR SE
43'6" 8'6" 11'4" 88700# n/a 1954 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Industrial WH 306V (4) WH HL-15B Straight Air CP-27  
Boston Elevated Railway #3246 1916-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #3246 1947-1954 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1954-present
1
PHOTO
PHOTO
Grand Central Terminal 1914 crane (double-ended wrecker) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
90'       n/a 1998 4'8.5"
16 (2-2-2-2)              
Grand Central Terminal #2281 1914-? / Penn Central #50021 1968-1976 / Grand Central Terminal #1 ?-1968 / Conrail #50021 1976-1983 / Metro-North Commuter Railroad #001 1983-1998 / Danbury Railway Museum(Danbury, Connecticut) 1998-present
J.G. Brill Car Company
7
PHOTO
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1941 streetcar (Brilliner suburban) stored inoperable steel AR DE
48'4" 8'10" 10'0" 42350# 56 1982 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 300 Brill 89E2 WH 1433B (4) WH XD179 Air-Electric DH-16  
Philadelphia & West Chester #7 1941-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #7 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #7 1970-1982 / 1st preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1982-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
To be scrapped
48 Colorado Springs & Interurban 1901 streetcar (rebuilt convertible) stored inoperable wood DR DE
          1932 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 28F          
Colorado Springs & Interurban #48 1901-1932 / Pikes Peak Historical Street Railway(Colorado Springs, Colorado) 2000-present
126
PHOTO
Bamberger 1932 interurban ("Bullet" car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
46'11" 9'0" 10'9" 42200# 48 1953 (1952) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 200 [Brill 89E] [GE 301 (4)] [K-75]      
Fonda Johnstown & Gloversville #126 1932-1939 / Bamberger #126 1939-1953 / 1st preserved by Utah Pickle Company 1953-1972 / later preserved by Trolley Square 1972-1978 / Utah State Railroad Museum(Ogden, Utah) 1988-present
Body only; later owned by Private Owner - Utah (1978-1988)
23
PHOTO
Lewistown & Reedsville 1914 interurban (center entrance) stored inoperable steel AR DE
        50 1930 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)              
Jersey Central Traction #50 1914-1915 / Lewistown & Reedsville #23 1915-1930 / Middletown & Hummelstown(Middletown, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Body only; located in McVeytown, Pennsylvania; original number uncertain
J.G. Brill Company
12
PHOTO
Santa Barbara Consolidated Railway 1901 streetcar (California car) stored inoperable wood DR DE
          1913 3'6"
8 (B-B)              
Santa Barbara Consolidated Railway #12 1901-1913 / 1st preserved by Old Spanish Days Carriage Museum 1986-1996 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1996-present
Body only
212 Sandwich Windsor & Amherstburg 1922 streetcar (Birney safety car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
30'4" 8'4" 10'4" 26000#   1937 4'10.875"
4 (B)   [Brill 79E2]          
Sandwich Windsor & Amherstburg #212 1922-1937 / Halton County Radial Railway(Rockwood, Ontario) 1990-present
Body only, in use as a storage shed
W55
PHOTO
Philadelphia Rapid Transit 1923 crane (double derrick) stored inoperable steel AR DE
44'6"       n/a ? 5'2.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 50E2 GE 203P (4) K-35      
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #W55 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #W55 1940-? / 1st preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association ?-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
Former flat motor; located in Buckingham Valley, Pennsylvania
63
PHOTO
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1925 interurban (center entrance) stored inoperable steel AR DE
47'10" 8'7" 12'5" 59280# 62 1970 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 140 [Brill 27MCB2X] [GE 203L (4)] [GE M-C97] SME [(S-E6)] [CP-28]  
Philadelphia & West Chester #63 1925-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #63 1936-1970 / 1st preserved by Magee Trolley Museum 1970-? / later preserved by Private owner ?-? / Buckeye Lake Trolley(Buckeye Lake, Ohio) ?-present
Body only; lettered Princeton Fast Line #22
66
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1926 interurban (center entrance) operated often steel AR DE
47'10" 8'7" 12'5" 59280# 62 1970 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 140 Brill 27MCB2X GE 203L (4) GE M-C97 SME (S-E6) CP-28  
Philadelphia & West Chester #66 1926-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #66 1936-1970 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1970-present
73
PHOTO
PHOTO
Philadelphia & West Chester 1926 interurban (center entrance) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
47'10" 8'7" 12'5" 59280# 62 1990 (1972) 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 140 Brill 27MCB2X GE 203L (4) GE M-C97 SME (S-E6) CP-28  
Philadelphia & West Chester #73 1926-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #73 1936-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #73 1970-1990 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1990-present
75
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HISTORY
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1926 interurban (center entrance) stored inoperable steel AR DE
47'10" 8'7" 12'5" 59280# 62 1990 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 140 Brill 27MCB2X GE 203L (4) GE M-C97 SME (S-E6) CP-28D  
Philadelphia & West Chester #75 1926-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #75 1936-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #75 1970-1990 / 1st preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1990-1999 / later preserved by Electric City Trolley Museum 1999-2003 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 2003-present
Former 5'2.5" gauge
2
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PHOTO
New York Museum of Transportation 1923 line car (converted snow sweeper) stored inoperable wood AR DE
44'4"       n/a 1974 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 160 [Brill 50E2] [GE 80A (6)] K-12 Straight Air    
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C125 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C125 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C125 1968-1974 / 1st preserved by Pennsylvania Trolley Museum 1974-2009 / New York Museum of Transportation #2 1974-now / New York Museum of Transportation(Rush, New York) 2009-present
Rebuilt from Philadelphia Transportation Company snow sweeper #C-125; lettered #2 by Pennsylvania Trolley Museum
T16
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1913 trash car (trash motor) undergoing restoration wood AR DE
45'8" 8'2" 12'2"   n/a 1982 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 50E GE 80A (4) K-12B Straight Air D2  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #F22 1913-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #F22 1940-1950 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #T16 1950-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #T16 1968-1982 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1982-present
Former milk car #F-22
C122 Philadelphia Transportation Company 1923 snow sweeper (standard) stored inoperable wood AR DE
44'5" 8'5" 11'11"   n/a 1974 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 160 [Brill 50E2] [GE 80A (6)] [K-12] Straight Air [CP-27]  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C122 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C122 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C122 1968-1974 / Black River & Western Railroad(Ringoes, New Jersey) ?-present
Body only; used as bunk house
C127
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Philadelphia Transportation Company 1923 snow sweeper (standard) stored inoperable wood AR DE
44'5" 8'5" 11'11"   n/a 1974 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 50E2 GE 80A (6) K-12 Straight Air CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C127 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C127 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C127 1968-1974 / 1st preserved by Private owner ?-2011 / Baltimore Streetcar Museum(Baltimore, Maryland) 2011-present
Owned by Electric City Trolley Museum
C128
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Philadelphia Transportation Company 1923 snow sweeper (standard) stored inoperable wood AR DE
44'5" 8'5" 11'11"   n/a 1974 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 50E2 GE 80A (6) K-12 Straight Air CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C128 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C128 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C128 1968-1974 / 1st preserved by Trolley Valhalla 1974-1975 / later preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1975-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
C130
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Philadelphia Transportation Company 1923 snow sweeper (standard) displayed inoperable wood AR DE
44'5" 8'5" 11'11"   n/a 1975 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 50E2 GE 80A (6) K-28B Straight Air CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #E217 1923-1925 / Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C130 1925-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C130 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C130 1968-1975 / New York Museum of Transportation(Rush, New York) 1975-present
Originally snow plow #E-217; formerly 5'2.5" gauge
C142
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Philadelphia Transportation Company 1923 snow sweeper (standard) stored inoperable wood AR DE
44'5" 8'5" 11'11"   n/a 1974 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 50E2 GE 80A (6) K-28B Straight Air CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #E205 1923-1927 / Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C142 1927-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C142 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C142 1968-1974 / Buckeye Lake Trolley(Buckeye Lake, Ohio) ?-present
5
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Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1941 streetcar (Brilliner suburban) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
48'4" 8'10" 10'0" 42350# 56 1982 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 300 Brill 89E2 WH 1433B (4) WH XD179 Air-Electric DH-16  
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #5 1941-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #5 1970-1982 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1982-present
9
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1941 streetcar (Brilliner suburban) stored inoperable steel AR DE
48'4" 8'10" 10'0" 42350# 56 1982 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 300 Brill 89E2 WH 1433B (4) WH XD179 Air-Electric DH-16  
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #9 1941-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #9 1970-1982 / 1st preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association ?-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
77
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1932 streetcar (Master Unit suburban) stored inoperable aluminum/steel AR DE
49'2" 8'10" 10'6" 41980# 61 1982 5'2.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 89E1 [GE 301B (4)] GE PCM (C525B) Straight Air (M36) CP-127  
Philadelphia & West Chester #77 1932-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #77 1936-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #77 1970-1982 / Middletown & Hummelstown(Middletown, Pennsylvania) ?-present
78
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VIDEO
Philadelphia & West Chester 1932 streetcar (Master Unit suburban) operated often aluminum/steel AR DE
49'2" 8'10" 10'6" 41980# 61 1982 5'2.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 89E1 GE 301B (4) GE PCM (C525B) Straight Air (M36) CP-127  
Philadelphia & West Chester #78 1932-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #78 1936-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #78 1970-1982 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1982-present
83 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1932 streetcar (Master Unit suburban) stored inoperable aluminum/steel AR DE
49'2" 8'10" 10'6" 41980# 61 1982 5'2.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 89E1 GE 301B (4) GE PCM (C525B) Straight Air (M36) CP-127  
Philadelphia & West Chester #83 1932-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #83 1936-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #83 1970-1982 / Middletown & Hummelstown(Middletown, Pennsylvania) 1982-present
85 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1932 streetcar (Master Unit suburban) stored inoperable aluminum/steel AR DE
49'2" 8'10" 10'6" 41980# 61 1982 5'2.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 89E1 GE 301B (4) GE PCM (C525B) Straight Air (M36) CP-127  
Philadelphia & West Chester #85 1932-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #85 1936-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #85 1970-1982 / 1st preserved by East Penn Valley Traction 1982-1999 / later preserved by Electric City Trolley Museum 1999-2012 / National Capital Trolley Museum(Wheaton, Maryland) 2012-present
86
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1932 streetcar (Master Unit suburban) stored inoperable aluminum/steel AR DE
49'2" 8'10" 10'6" 41980# 61 1982 5'2.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 89E1 GE 301B (4) GE PCM (C525B) Straight Air (M36) CP-127  
Philadelphia & West Chester #86 1932-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #86 1936-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #86 1970-1982 / Middletown & Hummelstown(Middletown, Pennsylvania) 1982-present
236
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HISTORY
Conestoga Traction 1926 streetcar (Birney safety car) operated occasionally steel AR DE
30'1" 8'0" 11'2" 17210# 30 1947 5'2.5"
4 (B)   Brill 79E1 GE 264A (2) K-63G SME    
Conestoga Traction #236 1926-1931 / Conestoga Transportation #236 1931-1947 / 1st preserved by Lancaster Chapter, National Railway Historical Society 1947-1953 / later preserved by Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission 1953-1990 / Manheim Historical Society(Manheim, Pennsylvania) 1990-present
2282
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HISTORY
Philadelphia Rapid Transit 1906 streetcar ("pay-within" car) stored inoperable wood DR  
        40   5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Curtis D2 GE 80 (4)        
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #2282 1906-1928 / Shamokin & Edgewood Electric #? 1928-? / 1st preserved by Magee Trolley Museum 1967-1973 / later preserved by Liberty Bell Jewett Society 1973-1980 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
Later preserved by East Penn Valley Traction (1980-1999)
5326
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VIDEO
Philadelphia Rapid Transit 1923 streetcar (lightweight car) operated often steel AR DE
45'6"     37720# 48 1958 5'2.5"
8 (1A-A1)   Brill 39E2 GE 275 (2) K-68A SME (M35MD) CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #5326 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #5326 1940-1958 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1958-present
8042
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HISTORY
Philadelphia Transportation Company 1923 streetcar (Peter Witt) displayed inoperable steel AR SE
46'6" 8'6"     57 1957 5'2.5"
8 (1A-A1)   Brill 39E2 GE 275 (2) K-68 SME (MD35) CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #8042 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #8042 1940-1957 / 1st preserved by Trolley Valhalla 1957-1975 / later preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1975-1999 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 2005-present
Later preserved by Electric City Trolley Museum (1999-2005)
8530 Philadelphia Transportation Company 1926 streetcar (Peter Witt) operated occasionally steel AR SE
46'6" 8'6"     52 1958 (1957) 5'2.5"
8 (1A-A1)   Brill 39E2 GE 275 (2) K-68 SME (MD35)    
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #8530 1926-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #8530 1940-1958 / Private owner - Mount Hope(Mount Hope, Pennsylvania) 1958-present
8534
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Philadelphia Transportation Company 1926 streetcar (Peter Witt) displayed inoperable steel AR SE
46'6" 8'6"     52 1958 (1957) 5'2.5"
8 (1A-A1)   Brill 39E2 GE 275 (2) K-68 SME (MD35)    
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #8534 1926-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #8534 1940-1958 / 1st preserved by Trolley Valhalla 1958-1975 / later preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1975-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
On loan to Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1978-1980 and 1993-2004
90
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Newport & Providence 1918 streetcar (convertible) stored inoperable steel DR DE
46'7"           4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 76E1]     Hand n/a  
Newport & Providence #390 ?-? / Newport & Providence #90 ?-? / Baltimore Streetcar Museum(Baltimore, Maryland) ?-present
Body only; to be restored as United Railways & Electric #5885
1164
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United Railways & Electric 1902 streetcar (open car, 12-bench) operated often wood DR DE
40'5"     30740# 60 1935 (1926) 5'4.5"
8 (A1-1A) 130 Brill 22 WH 306CV (2) K-35J Hand n/a  
United Railways & Electric #2458 1902-1906 / United Railways & Electric #1164 1906-1935 / 1st preserved by Baltimore Transit 1935-1954 / later preserved by Maryland Historical Society 1954-1968 / Baltimore Streetcar Museum(Baltimore, Maryland) 1968-present
3828
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United Railways & Electric 1902 streetcar (standard) stored inoperable wood DR DR
        36 1935 (1933) 5'4.5"
8 (A1-1A)   Brill 22   K-35 Hand n/a  
United Railways & Electric #1028 1902-1923 / United Railways & Electric #3828 1923-1935 / 1st preserved by Baltimore Transit 1935-1954 / later preserved by Maryland Historical Society 1954-1968 / Baltimore Streetcar Museum(Baltimore, Maryland) 1968-present
4533
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VIDEO
United Railways & Electric 1904 streetcar (standard) operated often wood DR DE
35'11"     26600# 35 1964 (1963) 5'4.5"
4 (B)   Brill 21     Straight Air    
United Railways & Electric #1306 1904-1906 / United Railways & Electric #447 1906-1914 / United Railways & Electric #2306 1914-1920 / United Railways & Electric #3407 1920-1924 / United Railways & Electric #4533 1924-1933 / 1st preserved by National Capital Trolley Museum 1964-1968 / Baltimore Streetcar Museum(Baltimore, Maryland) 1968-present
Later United Railways & Electric #3550 (1933-1935), Baltimore Transit #3550 (1935-1964); rebuilt to rail bond test car in 1938
4662
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United Railways & Electric 1904 streetcar (standard) stored inoperable wood DR DE
        32 1935 (1928) 5'4.5"
4 (B) 80 Lord Baltimore 49 [WH 101B (2)] K-10 Hand n/a  
United Railways & Electric #1615 1904-1905 / United Railways & Electric #115 1905-1910 / United Railways & Electric #464 1910-1914 / United Railways & Electric #2324 1914-1920 / United Railways & Electric #4662 1925-1935 / 1st preserved by Baltimore Transit 1935-1954 / later preserved by Maryland Historical Society 1954-1968 / Baltimore Streetcar Museum(Baltimore, Maryland) 1968-present
Later UR&E #929 (1920-1922), UR&E #2709 (1922-1925); originally had Brill 21 truck
6119
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VIDEO
United Railways & Electric 1930 streetcar (Peter Witt) operated often steel AR SE
45'11" 8'3" 11'1" 38500# 52 1955 5'4.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 177E1X   GE PCM SME (M33) DH-25  
United Railways & Electric #6119 1930-1935 / Baltimore Transit #6119 1935-1955 / 1st preserved by Maryland Historical Society 1955-1968 / Baltimore Streetcar Museum(Baltimore, Maryland) 1968-present
7059
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United Railways & Electric 1920 streetcar (lightweight trailer) stored inoperable steel AR SE
46'10"           5'4.5"
8 (2-2) 0 [Brill]          
United Railways & Electric #7059 1920-? / Baltimore Streetcar Museum(Baltimore, Maryland) ?-present
Body only; located off-site
7
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Central California Traction 1929 box motor (freight motor) operated occasionally steel AR DE
55'6" 8'9" 16'3" 94000# n/a 1948 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Baldwin 90-40B GE 207A (4) GE M-C74F SWA (G6) CP-22 / D4-E 1200vDC
Washington Baltimore & Annapolis #1 1929-1936 / Central California Traction #7 1936-1948 / Western Railway Museum(Rio Vista, California) 1967-present
52
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Aroostook Valley 1909 box motor (express motor) stored inoperable wood RR DE
44'6" 9'0" 13'6"   n/a 1946 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 440 Brill 27E1 1/2 GE 205 (4) GE M-C71 AMU CP-22 (2)  
Aroostook Valley #52 1909-1946 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1946-present
0521
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Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority 1916 crane (box motor/crane car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
        n/a 1991 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 700 Standard C60 WH 301 (4) WH HL-15B AMUE CP-28  
Boston Elevated Railway #0521 1916-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #0521 1947-1964 / Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority #0521 1964-1991 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1991-present
Derrick components removed by MBTA
61
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Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1925 interurban (center entrance) stored inoperable steel AR DE
47'10" 8'7" 12'5" 59280# 62 1970 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 140 Brill 27MCB2X GE 203L (4) GE M-C97 SME (S-E6) CP-28  
Philadelphia & West Chester #61 1925-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #61 1936-1970 / Rockhill Trolley Museum(Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania) 1970-present
62
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HISTORY
Philadelphia & West Chester 1925 interurban (center entrance) operated occasionally steel AR DE
47'10" 8'7" 12'5" 59280# 62 1970 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 140 Brill 27MCB2X GE 203L (4) GE M-C97A SME (S-E6) CP-28  
Philadelphia & West Chester #62 1925-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #62 1936-1970 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1970-present
76
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Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1926 interurban (center entrance) operated often steel AR DE
47'10" 8'7" 12'5" 59280# 62 1976 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 140 Brill 27MCB2X GE 203L (4) GE M-C97 SME (S-E6) CP-28  
Philadelphia & West Chester #76 1926-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #76 1936-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #76 1970-1976 / 1st preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1976-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
127
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HISTORY
Bamberger 1932 interurban ("Bullet" car) undergoing restoration steel AR DE
46'11" 9'0" 10'9" 42200# 48 1953 (1952) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 200 Brill 89E GE 301 (4) K-75      
Fonda Johnstown & Gloversville #127 1932-1939 / Bamberger #127 1939-1953 / 1st preserved by Utah Pickle Company 1953-1971 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1971-present
128
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Bamberger 1932 interurban ("Bullet" car) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
46'11" 9'0" 10'9" 42200# 48 1953 (1952) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 200 [Brill 89E] [GE 301 (4)] [K-75]      
Fonda Johnstown & Gloversville #128 1932-1939 / Bamberger #128 1939-1953 / 1st preserved by Utah Pickle Company 1953-1972 / later preserved by Trolley Square 1972-1986 / Art City Trolley Restaurant(Springville, Utah) 1986-present
Body only
154
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Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee 1915 interurban (standard coach) stored inoperable steel AR DE
56'1" 8'8" 12'6" 90280# 58 1963 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Baldwin 84-30A WH 557A5 (4) WH HLF-28A AMU CP-28  
Chicago & Milwaukee Electric #154 1915-1917 / Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee #154 1917-1963 / 1st preserved by Anderson Railroad Club 1963-1967 / Ohio Railway Museum(Worthington, Ohio) 1967-present
For sale
160
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VIDEO
HISTORY
Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee 1915 interurban (standard coach) operated occasionally steel AR DE
56'1" 8'8" 12'6" 90280# 58 1963 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Brill 27MCB3X WH 557A5 (4) WH HLF-28A AMU (M23) CP-28  
Chicago & Milwaukee Electric #160 1915-1917 / Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee #160 1917-1963 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 1963-present
162
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Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee 1915 interurban (standard coach) stored inoperable steel AR DE
56'1" 8'8" 12'6" 90280# 58 1963 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Brill 27MCB3X WH 557A5 (4) WH HLF-28A AMU (M23) CP-28  
Chicago & Milwaukee Electric #162 1915-1917 / Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee #162 1917-1963 / 1st preserved by American Museum of Electricity 1963-1971 / Connecticut Trolley Museum(East Windsor, Connecticut) 1971-present
168
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Hagerstown & Frederick 1918 interurban (suburban combine) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
48'4"       48 1947 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 [Baldwin] [WH 101B2 (4)] [K-35G2]      
Hagerstown & Frederick #168 1914-1947 / Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum(Hagerstown, Maryland) ?-present
Body only, on trucks
171 Hagerstown & Frederick 1919 interurban (suburban combine) stored inoperable steel AR DE
48'4"       48 1954 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 200 [Baldwin] [GE 201A (4)] [K-35G2]      
Hagerstown & Frederick #171 1919-1954 / Frederick Trolley Committee(Frederick, Maryland) ?-present
Body only; located in Mountaindale, Maryland
500
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Connecticut Company 1904 streetcar (suburban parlor car) operated occasionally wood RR DE
40'0" 8'0" 11'6" 37830# 20 1948 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 27E1 1/2 GE 80 (4) K-6 Straight Air CP-27  
Connecticut Railway & Lighting #500 1904-1907 / Connecticut Company #500 1907-1948 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1948-present
716
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Pacific Electric 1925 interurban ("Hollywood" car) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
52'2" 9'2" 10'11" 57800# 65 1960 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 200 St Louis M72 [WH 532AR (4)] WH HL-15B SME DH-16  
Pacific Electric #716 1925-1949 / Pacific Electric #5166 1949-1954 / Metropolitan Coach Lines #5166 1954-1958 / Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority #1814 1958-1960 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1960-present
717
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VIDEO
Pacific Electric 1925 interurban ("Hollywood" car) operated often steel AR DE
52'2" 9'2" 10'11" 57800# 67 1960 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 200 St Louis M72 WH 532AR (4) WH HL-15B SME DH-16  
Pacific Electric #717 1925-1949 / Pacific Electric #5167 1949-1954 / Metropolitan Coach Lines #5167 1954-1958 / Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority #1815 1958-1960 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1960-present
2611
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Purdue University 1903 interurban (test car) stored inoperable wood RR DE
44'0" 9'3" 12'6"   n/a 1951 (1940) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 200 Brill 27 GE 57 (4) K-35C      
J.G. Brill Car Company #Louisiana 1903-1908 / Purdue University #2611 1908-1951 / Museum of Transportation(Kirkwood, Missouri) 1951-present
Built to test "Windsplitter" designs; rebuilt 1908
3
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Hershey Transit 1903 line car (converted combine) stored inoperable wood DR DE
42'10" 8'10" 11'2"   n/a 1948 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 27MCB] [WH 101B (4)] [K-6]      
Hummelstown & Campbellstown Street Railway #3 1903-1913 / Hershey Transit #3 1913-1948 / 1st preserved by Trolley Valhalla 1965-1975 / later preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1975-1999 / Hershey-Derry Township Historical Society(Hershey, Pennsylvania) 2006-present
Body only, on trucks; rebuilt to line car in 1928; preserved by Electric City Trolley Museum (1999-2006)
11
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Chicago Aurora & Elgin 1910 line car (converted box motor) stored operable wood AR DE
41'0" 8'6"   79000# n/a 1962 (1959) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 500 Peckham 30 MCB GE 66 (4) GE M-C6K AMM (M24C)    
Aurora Elgin & Chicago #11 1910-1922 / Chicago Aurora & Elgin #11 1922-1962 / 1st preserved by Railway Equipment Leasing & Investment Corporation 1962-1984 / Fox River Trolley Museum(South Elgin, Illinois) 1984-present
Rebuilt from box motor
1406
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Pacific Electric 1915 railway post office car (interurban RPO-baggage) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
52'1" 9'2" 13'4" 97100# n/a 1959 (1953) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 500 Baldwin [GE 205B (4)] [GE M-C35] AMU [(M24D)] [D3-LA]  
Portland Eugene & Eastern #452 1915-? / Southern Pacific #772 ?-1930 / Pacific Electric #1450 1930-1936 / Pacific Electric #1406 1936-1950 / Pacific Electric #008 1950-1959 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1992-present
Later wrecker #008; body only, on trucks
1
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City of Philadelphia 1927 rapid transit car (Broad Street subway car) stored inoperable steel RR DE
67'6" 10'0" 12'4" 110000# 67 n/a (1983) 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 420 Commonwealth WH 581A1 (2) WH ABF-XM115 AMUE (ME30) D3-F  
City of Philadelphia #1 1927-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #1 1968-1983 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1968-present
Historic fleet
14
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1927 rapid transit car (Broad Street subway car) stored inoperable steel RR DE
67'6" 10'0" 12'4" 110000# 67 (1985) 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 420 Commonwealth WH 581A1 (2) WH ABF-XM115 AMUE (ME30) D3-F  
City of Philadelphia #14 1927-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #14 1968-? / Northern Ohio Railway Museum(Chippewa Lake, Ohio) ?-present
Not accessioned
55
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1927 rapid transit car (Broad Street subway car) operated occasionally steel RR DE
67'6" 10'0" 12'4" 110000# 67 1985 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 420 Commonwealth WH 581A1 (2) WH ABF-XM115 AMUE (ME30) D3-F  
City of Philadelphia #55 1927-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #55 1968-1985 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 1985-present
161
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VIDEO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1927 rapid transit car ("Strafford" car) operated often steel AR DE
50'6" 9'0" 12'8" 63085# 56 1991 (1990) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Brill 27MCB2X WH 537 (4) WH HL-9C AMM (M24) DH-25  
Philadelphia & Western #61 1927-1931 / Philadelphia & Western #161 1931-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #161 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #161 1970-1991 / 1st preserved by Trans-Mississippi Trolley 1991-1996 / New York Museum of Transportation(Rush, New York) 1996-present
162
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1927 rapid transit car ("Strafford" car) stored operable steel AR DE
50'6" 9'0" 12'8" 63085#   1991 (1990) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 27MCB2X WH 537 (4) WH HL-9C AMM (M24) DH-25  
Philadelphia & Western #62 1927-1931 / Philadelphia & Western #162 1931-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #162 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #162 1970-1991 / Rockhill Trolley Museum(Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania) 1991-present
64
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East Troy Electric Railroad 1927 rapid transit car (rebuilt "Strafford" car) stored operable steel AR DE
50'6" 9'0" 12'8" 63085#   1992 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Brill 27MCB2X WH 537 (4) WH HL-9C AMM (M24) DH-25  
Philadelphia & Western #64 1927-1931 / Philadelphia & Western #164 1931-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #164 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #164 1970-1992 / 1st preserved by Travel Northern Allegheny 1992-1994 / later preserved by East Troy Electric Railroad 1994-2009 / East Troy Electric Railroad #64 2002-now / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 2009-present
Converted to de-icing car in 1989; rebuilt by East Troy Electric Railroad 2000-2002
168
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VIDEO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1929 rapid transit car ("Strafford" car) operated occasionally steel AR DE
50'6" 9'0" 12'8" 63085# 56 1991 (1986) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Brill 27MCB2X WH 537 (4) WH HL-9C AMM (M24) DH-25  
Philadelphia & Western #68 1929-1931 / Philadelphia & Western #168 1931-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #168 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #168 1970-1991 / 1st preserved by Trans-Mississippi Trolley 1991-1996 / New York Museum of Transportation(Rush, New York) 1996-present
203
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car ("Bullet" car) displayed inoperable aluminum AR DE
55'2" 9'2" 10'6" 52290# 56 1991 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Brill 89E2 GE 706B (4) GE PC-12N SME (MD33) DH-20  
Philadelphia & Western #203 1931-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #203 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #203 1970-1991 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1991-present
204
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car ("Bullet" car) stored inoperable aluminum AR DE
55'2" 9'2" 10'6" 52290# 56 1986 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 [Brill 89E2] [GE 706B (4)] [GE PC-12N] SME [(MD33)] [DH-20]  
Philadelphia & Western #204 1931-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #204 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #204 1970-1986 / 1st preserved by Delaware Car Company 1986-1996 / Museum of Transportation(Kirkwood, Missouri) 1996-present
Body only, on trucks; lettered "Delaware Car Company"
205
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VIDEO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car ("Bullet" car) operated occasionally aluminum AR DE
55'2" 9'2" 10'6" 52290# 56 1990 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Brill 89E2 GE 706B (4) GE PC-12N SME (MD33) DH-20  
Philadelphia & Western #205 1931-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #205 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #205 1970-1990 / Rockhill Trolley Museum(Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania) 1990-present
207
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car ("Bullet" car) stored inoperable aluminum AR DE
55'2" 9'2" 10'6" 52290# 56 1991 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Brill 89E2 GE 706B (4) GE PC-12N SME (MD33) DH-20  
Philadelphia & Western #207 1931-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #207 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #207 1970-1991 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1991-present
Not accessioned
208
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car ("Bullet" car) stored inoperable aluminum AR DE
55'2" 9'2" 10'6" 52290# 56 1991 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Brill 89E2 GE 706B (4) GE PC-12N SME (MD33) DH-20  
Philadelphia & Western #208 1931-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #208 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #208 1970-1991 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1991-present
209
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PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1934 rapid transit car ("Bullet" car) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
55'2" 9'2" 10'6" 52290# 56 1992 (1990) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Brill 89E2 GE 706B (4) GE PC-12N SME (MD33) DH-20  
Philadelphia & Western #209 1934-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #209 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #209 1970-1992 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1992-present
1008
PHOTO
Delaware River Joint Commission 1936 rapid transit car (bridge/subway car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
67'6" 10'0" 12'4" 114600# 67 n/a (1986) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 420 Commonwealth WH 555A1 (4) WH ABF-XM115A AMUE (ME30) D3-F  
Delaware River Joint Commission #1008 1936-1968 / Delaware River Port Authority #1008 1952-1968 / Delaware River Port Authority #401 1968-1986 / Delaware River Port Authority(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1968-present
Later Delaware River Port Authority work motor #401; owned by Trolley Museum of New York
1009
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Delaware River Joint Commission 1936 rapid transit car (bridge/subway car) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
67'6" 10'0" 12'4" 114600# 67 1984 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 420 Commonwealth WH 555A1 (4) WH ABF-XM115A AMUE (ME30) D3-F  
Delaware River Joint Commission #1009 1936-1968 / Delaware River Port Authority #1009 1952-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #1009 1968-1984 / Rockhill Trolley Museum(Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania) 1984-present
1015
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Delaware River Joint Commission 1936 rapid transit car (bridge/subway car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
67'6" 10'0" 12'4" 114600# 67 n/a (1986) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 420 Commonwealth WH 555A1 (4) WH ABF-XM115A AMUE (ME30) D3-F  
Delaware River Joint Commission #1015 1936-1968 / Delaware River Port Authority #1015 1952-1968 / Delaware River Port Authority #402 1968-1986 / Delaware River Port Authority(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1968-present
Later Delaware River Port Authority work motor #402; owned by Trolley Museum of New York
1018
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PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1936 rapid transit car (bridge/subway car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
67'6" 10'0" 12'4" 114600# 67 1984 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 420 Commonwealth WH 555A1 (4) WH ABF-XM115A AMUE (ME30) D3-F  
Delaware River Joint Commission #1018 1936-1952 / Delaware River Port Authority #1018 1952-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #1018 1968-1984 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1984-present
1023
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PHOTO
Delaware River Joint Commission 1936 rapid transit car (bridge/subway car) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
67'6" 10'0" 12'4" 114600# 67 1984 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 420 Commonwealth WH 555A1 (4) WH ABF-XM115A AMUE (ME30) D3-F  
Delaware River Joint Commission #1023 1936-1952 / Delaware River Port Authority #1023 1952-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #1023 1968-1984 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1984-present
12
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Springfield Terminal 1915 snow plow (wedge plow) stored inoperable wood AR DE
        n/a 1956 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Wason Arch Bar   K-35G2 SME (M22) D2-EG  
Northern Massachusetts Railway #1014 1915-1924 / Gardner & Templeton #12 1924-1926 / Springfield Terminal #12 1926-1956 / Connecticut Trolley Museum(East Windsor, Connecticut) 1956-present
C121
PHOTO
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1923 snow sweeper (standard sweeper) stored inoperable wood AR DE
44'5" 8'5" 11'11"   n/a   5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 50E2 GE 80A (6) K-12 Straight Air CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C121 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C121 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C121 1968-? / Middletown & Hummelstown(Middletown, Pennsylvania) ?-present
C124 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1923 snow sweeper (standard sweeper) stored operable wood AR DE
44'5" 8'5" 11'11"   n/a 1974 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 50E2 GE 80A (6) K-12 Straight Air CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C124 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C124 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C124 1968-1974 / 1st preserved by Ohio Railway Museum 1974-? / Grand Rapids Electric Railway(Grand Rapids, Ohio) ?-present
9832
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Brooklyn & Queens Transit 1915 snow sweeper (standard sweeper) stored inoperable wood AR DE
30'0"     37940# n/a 1956 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill WH 68 (2) K-11 Hand n/a  
Brooklyn Rapid Transit #9832 1915-1923 / Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit #9832 1923-1929 / Brooklyn & Queens Transit #9832 1929-1940 / New York City Board of Transportation #9832 1940-1953 / New York City Transit Authority #? 1953-1956 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1956-present
10
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Danville & Bloomsburg Street Railway 1903 streetcar (suburban semiconvertible) undergoing restoration wood RR DE
          1926 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 27G1]          
Danville & Bloomsburg Street Railway #1 1903-? / North Branch Transit #10 1913-1926 / Danville & Bloomsburg Street Railway #10 ?-1913 / 1st preserved by Magee Trolley Museum 1963-1973 / later preserved by Private owner 1973-1977 / Private owner - Glenmoore(Glenmoore, Pennsylvania) 1977-present
Body only; formerly stored at Black River & Western
4 Omaha Lincoln & Beatrice 1926 streetcar (Birney safety car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
30'1" 7'8" 9'10" 17350# 33 1939 4'8.5"
4 (B) 50 [Brill 79E1] [WH 508A (2)] [K-63]   [DH-16]  
United Railways & Electric #4024 1926-? / Omaha Lincoln & Beatrice #4 ?-1939 / Union College(Lincoln, Nebraska) 1991-present
Body on rubber tires
8
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Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1941 streetcar (Brilliner suburban) stored inoperable steel AR DE
48'4" 8'10" 10'0" 42350# 56 1982 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 300 Brill 89E2 WH 1433B (4) WH XD179 Air-Electric DH-16  
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #8 1941-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #8 1970-1982 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1982-present
Former 5'2.5" gauge
651
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PHOTO
Third Avenue Railway System 1898 streetcar (open car, 12-bench) undergoing restoration steel DR DE
37'10"     26000# 60 1945 4'8.5"
8 (A1-1A)   Brill 22E WH 56 (2)        
Third Avenue Railway System #651 1908-? / Union Railway #931 ?-1915 / Five Mile Beach Electric #24 1915-1945 / 1st preserved by Trolley Valhalla 1960-1975 / later preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1975-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
Located in Buckingham Valley, Pennsylvania
31
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VIDEO
Biddeford & Saco 1900 streetcar (open car, 12-bench) operated occasionally wood DR DE
36'6" 8'2" 11'6"   60 1939 4'8.5"
8 (A1-1A) 80 Brill 22E GE 200 (2) K-36J   CP-25  
Biddeford & Saco #31 1900-1939 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1939-present
36
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PHOTO
Five Mile Beach Electric 1900 streetcar (open car, 9-bench) displayed inoperable wood DR DE
        45 1945 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill 21E   K-10A Hand n/a  
Lynchburg Railway #36 1900-1929 / Five Mile Beach Electric #36 1929-1945 / 1st preserved by North Jersey Chapter, National Railway Historical Society 1945-1952 / Connecticut Trolley Museum(East Windsor, Connecticut) 1952-present
51
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Fresno Traction 1913 streetcar (hobbleskirt car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
        50 1934 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 62E]          
Fresno Traction #51 1913-1934 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) ?-present
Body only
51 Roanoke Railway & Electric 1929 streetcar (Master Unit lightweight) stored inoperable steel AR DE
40'10" 8'4" 10'0"   40 1947 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 177E1X] [WH 510E (4)] [K-75]      
Virginia Electric Power Company #115 1929-1937 / Roanoke Railway & Electric #51 1937-1947 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1991-present
Body only
60 Waterville Fairfield & Oakland 1923 streetcar (Birney safety car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
39'8" 8'1"   28000# 50 1937 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 50 [Brill 177E1X] [GE 264A (4)] [K-35]      
Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway #400 1923-1928 / Waterville Fairfield & Oakland #60 1928-1937 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1991-present
Body only
62 Hagerstown & Frederick 1917 streetcar (Nearside car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
32'0"       28   4'8.5"
4 (B) 80 [Taylor] [GE 88 (2)] [K-11] Straight Air    
Hagerstown & Frederick #62 1917-? / 1st preserved by National Capital Trolley Museum 1970-? / Frederick Trolley Committee(Frederick, Maryland) ?-present
Frame only
80
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VIDEO
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1932 streetcar (Master Unit suburban) operated often steel AR DE
49'2" 8'10" 10'6" 41980# 61 1982 (1978) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 89E1 GE 301B (4) GE PCM (C525B) Straight Air (M36) CP-127  
Philadelphia & West Chester #80 1932-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #80 1936-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #80 1970-1982 / 1st preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1982-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
Originally 5'2.5" gauge
84
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Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1932 streetcar (Master Unit suburban) stored inoperable steel AR DE
49'2" 8'10" 10'6" 41980# 61 1982 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 89E1 GE 301B (4) GE PCM (C525B) Straight Air (M36) CP-127  
Philadelphia & West Chester #84 1932-1936 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #84 1936-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #84 1970-1982 / 1st preserved by Middletown & Hummelstown 1982-1992 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1992-present
102
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PHOTO
Reading Transit & Light 1918 streetcar (semi-convertible) displayed inoperable wood AR DE
          1947 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 27MCB1]          
Reading Transit & Light #102 1918-1947 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
Body only, on trucks
117
PHOTO
Carolina Power & Light 1927 streetcar (Birney safety car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
32'11" 8'1" 10'8" 22166# 40 1934 4'8.5"
4 (B)   [Brill 79E2]          
Carolina Power & Light #117 1927-1934 / Charlotte Trolley(Charlotte, North Carolina) 1997-present
Body only
123
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PHOTO
York Railways 1916 streetcar (safety car) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
      25000# 36 1939 4'8.5"
8 (B)   [Brill 79E] [GE 247E (2)] [K-36J]   [CP-27]  
York Railways #123 1916-1939 / York County Heritage Trust(York, Pennsylvania) 1993-present
Body only
140
PHOTO
Spokane United Railway 1906 streetcar (standard) stored inoperable wood DR SE
45'1" 8'7" 12'3"     1938 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)              
Washington Water Power Company #? 1906-1922 / Spokane United Railway #140 1922-1938 / Inland Empire Chapter, National Railway Historical Society(Spokane, Washington) 1979-present
Body only
153 British Columbia Electric Railway 1908 streetcar (standard) stored inoperable wood DR DE
          1946 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)              
British Columbia Electric Railway #153 1908-1946 / City of North Vancouver(North Vancouver, British Columbia) 1986-present
Body only
153
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PHOTO
Indianapolis Railways 1932 streetcar (Master Unit-style Peter Witt) stored inoperable steel AR SE
43'5" 8'6" 10'1" 35000# 47 1953 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 177E2] [GE 702B (4)] [GE PCM]      
Indianapolis Railways #153 1932-1953 / Indiana Transportation Museum(Noblesville, Indiana) 1972-present
Body only
0140
PHOTO
Cleveland Railway Company 1892 wrecker (rebuilt streetcar) displayed inoperable wood DR SE
        n/a 1954 (1946) 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill 21A WH 49 (2) K-10 Hand n/a  
Cleveland Electric #165 1892-1910 / Cleveland Railway Company #165 1910-1916 / Cleveland Railway Company #0140 1916-1942 / Cleveland Transit System #0140 1942-1954 / Henry Ford Museum(Dearborn, Michigan) 1954-present
Rebuilt from streetcar in 1903
162 York Railways 1924 streetcar (curveside car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
      33000# 40 1939 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 77EX] [GE 264A (4)] [K-35G2]   [CP-27]  
York Railways #162 1924-1939 / Middletown & Hummelstown(Middletown, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Body only, on trucks
163
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PHOTO
York Railways 1924 streetcar (curve-side car) operated often steel AR DE
      33000# 40 1939 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 77E1 GE 264A (4) K-35G2   CP-27  
York Railways #163 1924-1939 / Rockhill Trolley Museum(Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania) 1972-present
Originally had Brill 77EX trucks
200
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Montreal Tramways 1921 streetcar (Birney safety car) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
28'0" 7'10" 10'8" 17360# 32 1963 (1953) 4'8.5"
4 (B) 50 Brill 79E1 WH 508A (2) K-63BR Straight Air    
Detroit Street Railway #223 1921-1924 / Montreal Tramways #200 1924-1963 / Canadian Railway Museum(Delson-Saint Constant, Quebec) 1963-present
Converted to farebox car in 1945
231
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PHOTO
Florida Power & Light 1925 streetcar (Birney safety car) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
28'1" 7'8" 9'10" 17300#   1941 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill 79E1          
Florida Power & Light #231 1925-1941 / HistoryMiami(Miami, Florida) 1982-present
250
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PHOTO
Atlantic City Transportation Company 1917 streetcar (standard) stored inoperable steel AR DE
45'6" 8'6" 11'6" 45580# 52 1955 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 77E1 WH 514 (4) K-35   DH-16  
Southwestern Company #5500 1917-? / Ocean Electric Railway #6850 ?-1928 / Atlantic City & Shore #6850 1928-1945 / Atlantic City Transportation Company #6850 1945-1949 / Atlantic City Transportation Company #250 1949-1955 / 1st preserved by Trolley Museum of New York 1955-2007 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 2007-present
Located in Guilford, Connecticut
615
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VIDEO
Connecticut Company 1901 streetcar (open car, 15-bench) operated occasionally wood DR DE
42'0" 10'4" 12'8" 41000# 75 1948 (1947) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Standard O50 WH 101 (4) K-35G2 / K-35FF Straight Air D1-EG  
Winchester Avenue Railway #303 1901-1901 / Fair Haven & Westville #303 1901-1904 / Consolidated Railway #303 1904-1907 / Connecticut Company #303 1907-1915 / Connecticut Company #615 1915-1948 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1948-present
Lettered #303
324
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Scranton Transit 1903 streetcar (rebuilt standard) stored inoperable wood AR DE
          1941 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 27G] [WH 101 (4)] [K-35]      
Scranton Railway #324 1903-? / Scranton Transit #324 ?-1941 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 2000-present
Heavily rebuilt in 1916; body only
331
PHOTO
PHOTO
Pacific Electric 1918 streetcar (Birney safety car) operated occasionally steel AR DE
24'6" 7'11" 10'2" 14700# 32 1940 4'8.5"
4 (B) 50 Brill 78M1 GE 258C (2) K-10Q SME CP-25  
Pacific Electric #361 1918-? / Pacific Electric #331 ?-1940 / 1st preserved by Metro Goldwyn-Mayer 1940-1966 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1966-present
332
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PHOTO
VIDEO
Pacific Electric 1918 streetcar (Birney safety car) operated often steel AR DE
24'6" 7'11" 10'2" 14700# 32 1940 4'8.5"
4 (B) 50 Brill 78M1 GE 258C (2) K-10Q SME CP-25  
Pacific Electric #362 1918-? / Pacific Electric #332 ?-1940 / 1st preserved by Metro Goldwyn-Mayer 1940-1966 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1966-present
Lettered "Tucson Street Railway #10"; loaned to Old Pueblo Trolley 1985-1995
355
PHOTO
PHOTO
Fair Haven & Westville 1902 streetcar (open car, 15-bench) operated often wood DR DE
        75 1948 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 27G1 WH 101B (4) K-6 Straight Air D1-EG  
Fair Haven & Westville #355 1902-1904 / Consolidated Railway #355 1904-1910 / Connecticut Company #355 1910-1915 / Connecticut Company #663 1915-1948 / Connecticut Trolley Museum(East Windsor, Connecticut) 1948-present
Originally had WH 68C motors
400
PHOTO
PHOTO
British Columbia Electric Railway 1921 streetcar (Birney safety car) operated occasionally steel AR DE
25'5" 7'8" 118" 16600# 32 1946 4'8.5"
4 (B) 50 Brill 79E1          
British Columbia Electric Railway #400 1921-1946 / 1st preserved by Provincial Museum of British Columbia 1970-1992 / Nelson Electric Tramway Society(Nelson, British Columbia) 1992-present
614
PHOTO
PHOTO
Connecticut Company 1901 streetcar (open car, 15-bench) stored inoperable wood DR DE
42'0"     36500# 75 1948 (1947) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Standard O50 WH 101 (4) K-35 Straight Air Chalmers  
Winchester Avenue Railway #302 1901-1901 / Fair Haven & Westville #302 1901-1904 / Consolidated Railway #302 1904-1907 / Connecticut Company #302 1907-1915 / Connecticut Company #614 1915-1948 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1948-present
636
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
Dallas Railway & Terminal 1920 streetcar (Birney safety car) operated often steel AR DE
28'1" 7'8" 9'10" 16600#   1947 4'8.5"
4 (B)   MATA homebuilt MV 101AN (2)        
Dallas Railway & Terminal #636 1920-1948 / McKinney Avenue Transit Authority(Dallas, Texas) ?-present
Originally had Brill 79E1 truck; for sale
650
PHOTO
PHOTO
HISTORY
Washington Railway & Electric 1912 streetcar (center entrance semiconvertible) stored inoperable wood AR DE
42'0" 8'4" 11'10" 34900# 53 1945 (1944) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 27G1 WH 323A (4) K-35   CP-27  
Washington Railway & Electric #650 1912-1933 / Capital Transit #884 1933-1945 / 1st preserved by Electric Railroaders Association 1945-1947 / later preserved by Branford Electric Railway Association 1947-2002 / National Capital Trolley Museum(Wheaton, Maryland) 2002-present
710 Harrisburg Railways 1914 streetcar (semi-convertible) stored inoperable wood AR DE
          1939 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 27MCB1]          
Harrisburg Railways #710 1914-1939 / Rockhill Trolley Museum(Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Body only, on trucks
811
PHOTO
Harrisburg Railways 1917 streetcar (semi-convertible) stored inoperable steel AR DE
          1939 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 [Brill 27MCB1] [WH 101B2 (4)]        
Harrisburg Railways #811 1917-1939 / 1st preserved by Private owner 1939-1991 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1991-present
Body only
813
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
HISTORY
Portland Traction 1932 streetcar (Master Unit lightweight) operated often steel AR DE
40'10" 8'6"   35388# 41 1959 (1958) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 240 Brill 84E1X GE 210 (4) K-75      
Portland Electric Power #813 1932-1944 / Portland Traction #813 1944-1950 / Portland Traction #4012 1950-1959 / Oregon Electric Railway Historical Society(Brooks, Oregon) 1959-present
Originally 3'6" gauge with Brill 77E trucks; located in Lake Oswego, Oregon
830
PHOTO
PHOTO
Third Avenue Railway System 1908 streetcar (standard) stored inoperable wood DR DE
42'0"     31400# 51 1948 4'8.5"
8 (1A-A1)   Brill 39E WH 210 (2) K-27 GE (VB3)    
Third Avenue Railway System #830 1908-1948 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1948-present
884
PHOTO
PHOTO
Third Avenue Railway System 1909 streetcar (convertible) stored operable wood DR DE
43'0"     33400# 54 1948 4'8.5"
8 (1A-A1)   Brill 39E WH 210 (2) K-27 GE (VB3) CP-27  
Third Avenue Railway System #884 1909-1948 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1948-present
1043
PHOTO
San Diego Electric Railway 1908 streetcar (semi-convertible) stored inoperable wood DR DE
46'11" 8'2"   45000# 44 1947 4'8.5"
8 (1A-A1) 140 Brill 39E2 GE 210 (2) K-37 Special CP-27  
Metropolitan Street Railway #191 1908-1911 / New York Railways #191 1911-1924 / Third Avenue Railway System #436 1924-1942 / San Diego Electric Railway #1043 1942-1947 / Western Railway Museum(Rio Vista, California) 1964-present
25
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PHOTO
Fort Collins Municipal Railway 1922 streetcar (Birney safety car) undergoing restoration steel AR DE
28'1" 7'8" 9'10" 16600#   1951 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill 79E1 GE 264 (2)        
Virginia Railway & Power #1520 1922-1925 / Virginia Electric Power Company #1520 1925-1944 / Virginia Transit #1520 1944-1945 / Fort Collins Municipal Railway #25 1945-1951 / 1st preserved by Private owner 1951-1991 / later preserved by SCANA Corporation 1991-1999 / Fort Collins Municipal Railway Society(Fort Collins, Colorado) 2008-present
Lettered South Carolina Public Service #407; later preserved by Charlotte Trolley (1999-2008)
1911
PHOTO
PHOTO
Connecticut Company 1919 streetcar (suburban car) operated occasionally steel AR DE
49'0"     49000# 44 (1948) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 200 Standard C50P GE 203L (4) K-6M Straight Air CP-27  
Connecticut Company #1911 1919-? / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) ?-present
3142
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
HISTORY
Chicago Transit Authority 1923 streetcar (standard) operated often steel AR DE
48'11" 8'8" 12'0" 46850# 48 1958 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 240 Brill 51E2 GE 275A (4) K-35KK Straight Air CP-27  
Chicago Surface Lines #3142 1923-1947 / Chicago Transit Authority #3142 1947-1958 / 1st preserved by Electric Railway Historical Society 1958-1973 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 1973-present
3256
PHOTO
Lynn & Boston Street Railway 1888 streetcar (open car, 8-bench) stored inoperable wood DR DE
23'11" 8'2"     40   4'8.5"
4 (B) 72 [Bemis 6A] [WH 12A (2)] [51D Rheostat] Hand n/a  
Lynn & Boston Street Railway #305 1888-? / Lynn & Boston Street Railway #3256 ?-? / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1995-present
Body only
5055
PHOTO
Boston Elevated Railway 1906 streetcar (semi-convertible) (Type 2) stored inoperable steel DR DE
46'6" 8'2" 11'1" 56536# 52   4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 130 Brill 27E2/27BE2 WH 306CVD4 (2) GE M-C26C AMT D2-EG  
Boston Elevated Railway #5055 1906-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #5055 1947-1964 / Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority #5055 1964-? / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1973-present
Rebuilt to compressor car in 1927
5060
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PHOTO
Boston Elevated Railway 1906 streetcar (semi-convertible) (Type 2) stored inoperable steel DR DE
46'6" 8'2" 12'0" 56536# 52 1954 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 130 Brill 27E2/27BE2 WH 306CVD4 (2) GE M-C26C AMT D2-EG  
Boston Elevated Railway #5060 1906-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #5060 1947-1954 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1954-present
Later compressor car
5071
PHOTO
Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority 1906 streetcar (semi-convertible) (Type 2) stored inoperable steel DR DE
46'6" 8'2" 11'1" 56536# 52   4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 130 Brill 27E2/27BE2 WH 306CVD4 (2) GE M-C26C AMT D2-EG  
Boston Elevated Railway #5071 1906-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #5071 1947-1964 / Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority #5071 1964-? / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1973-present
Rebuilt to compressor car in 1927
5205
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PHOTO
Philadelphia Transportation Company 1923 streetcar (lightweight car) undergoing restoration steel AR DE
45'6"       48 1957 4'8.5"
8 (1A-A1)   Brill 39E2     SME (MD35)    
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #5287 1923-1926 / Philadelphia Rapid Transit #5205 1926-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #5205 1940-1957 / 1st preserved by Trolley Valhalla 1957-1975 / later preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1975-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
Originally 5'2.5" gauge
5706
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PHOTO
Boston Elevated Railway 1924 streetcar (lightweight semi-convertible) (Type 5A1) stored inoperable steel AR DE
45'0" 8'6" 10'8" 31568# 48 1961 (1959) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Standard C35P WH 508A (4) K-35 SM3 DH-16  
Boston Elevated Railway #5706 1924-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #5706 1947-1961 / Boston Street Railway Association(Boston, Massachusetts) 1961-present
Located in Guilford, Connecticut; formerly located at Branford Electric Railway Association
5734
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PHOTO
HISTORY
Boston Elevated Railway 1924 streetcar (lightweight semi-convertible) (Type 5A1) stored inoperable steel AR DE
45'0" 8'6" 10'8" 31568# 48 1959 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 100 Standard C35P WH 508A (4) K-71B SM3 DH-16  
Boston Elevated Railway #5734 1924-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #5734 1947-1959 / 1st preserved by Seashore Trolley Museum 1959-1979 / Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority(Boston, Massachusetts) 1979-present
Owned by Seashore Trolley Museum
5748
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PHOTO
United Railways & Electric 1917 streetcar (semi-convertible) stored inoperable steel DR DE
46'7" 8'5" 11'9" 45850# 52 1955 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 27G1 GE 80F/A (4) K-35U2-LB Straight Air D1-F  
United Railways & Electric #1504 1917-? / Baltimore Transit #5748 1935-1955 / United Railways & Electric #5748 ?-1935 / 1st preserved by Maryland Historical Society 1955-1957 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1957-present
5821
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PHOTO
VIDEO
HISTORY
Boston Elevated Railway 1924 streetcar (lightweight semi-convertible) (Type 5B) operated occasionally steel AR DE
45'0" 8'6" 10'8" 30650# 48 1954 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 100 Standard C35P GE 264A (4) K-71A SM3 CP-27  
Boston Elevated Railway #5821 1924-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #5821 1947-1954 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1954-present
6144
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VIDEO
United Railways & Electric 1930 streetcar (Peter Witt) stored operable steel AR SE
45'11" 8'3" 11'1" 38500# 52 1955 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 177E1X WH 1422 (4) WH VA-29A5 SME (M33) DH-25  
United Railways & Electric #6144 1930-1935 / Baltimore Transit #6144 1935-1955 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1955-present
6618
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PHOTO
Philadelphia Transportation Company 1912 streetcar (Peter Witt) undergoing restoration steel AR SE
45'6" 8'6" 12'1" 36000# 51 1954 4'8.5"
8 (1A-A1)   Brill 39E GE 201F (2) K-36J Straight Air CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #6618 1912-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #6618 1940-1954 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1954-present
Rebuilt from a "Nearside" car
8361 Brooklyn & Queens Transit 1925 streetcar (Peter Witt) stored inoperable steel AR DE
44'0" 8'4" 10'0"     1955 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 77E1   K-72A      
Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit #8361 1925-1929 / Brooklyn & Queens Transit #8361 1929-1940 / New York City Board of Transportation #8361 1940-1953 / New York City Transit Authority #8361 1953-1955 / Trolley Museum of New York(Kingston, New York) 1955-present
9020
PHOTO
HISTORY
Chicago Surface Lines 1921 streetcar (center entrance trailer) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
47'6" 8'6" 10'9" 25500# 62 1970 (1930) 4'8.5"
8 (2-2) 0 Brill 67F     Straight Air    
Chicago Surface Lines #9020 1921-1947 / Chicago Transit Authority #9020 1947-1970 / 1st preserved by Electric Railway Historical Society 1970-1973 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 1973-present
Used as storage 1934-1970
206
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PHOTO
VIDEO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 work motor (converted "Bullet" car) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
55'2" 9'2" 10'6"   n/a 1995 (1990) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Brill 89E2 GE 706B (4) GE PC-12N SME (MD33) DH-20  
Philadelphia & Western #206 1931-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #206 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #206 1970-1995 / 1st preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1995-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
Equipped for anti-ice brine spraying
0309
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Connecticut Company 1902 salt car (converted streetcar) stored inoperable wood DR DE
        n/a 1949 (1948) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Standard O50 GE 80 (4) K-6 Straight Air D1-EG  
Fair Haven & Westville #154 1902-1904 / Consolidated Railway #154 1904-1910 / Connecticut Company #154 1910-1915 / Connecticut Company #672 1915-1922 / Connecticut Company #0309 1922-1949 / Connecticut Trolley Museum(East Windsor, Connecticut) 1949-present
Rebuilt from streetcar in 1922
34
PHOTO
PHOTO
Bristol Traction 1907 streetcar (convertible) stored inoperable steel/wood AR DE
            4'8.5"
4 (B)   [Brill Radiax]          
Bristol Traction #34 1907-? / Connecticut Trolley Museum(East Windsor, Connecticut) 1948-present
Body only
34
PHOTO
Hornell Traction 1905 snow plow (nose wedge plow) stored inoperable wood AR DE
25'4" 7'0"     n/a 1926 4'8.5"
4 (B)   [Pedestal]     Hand n/a  
Hornellsville Electric Railway #34 1905-1910 / Hornell Traction #34 1910-1926 / New York Museum of Transportation(Rush, New York) 1998-present
Body only, on truck
60 Pacific Northwest Traction 1907 interurban (open rear platform coach) stored inoperable wood RR SE
          1932 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)              
Spokane & Inland Empire #360 1907-1919 / Pacific Northwest Traction #60 1919-1930 / North Coast Transportation #60 1930-1932 / Private owner - Snoqualmie(Snoqualmie, Washington) 1970-present
Body only; originally S&IE trailer 360 "Kootenai"
C146
PHOTO
Philadelphia Transportation Company 1923 snow sweeper (standard sweeper) stored inoperable wood AR DE
44'5" 8'5" 11'11"   n/a   5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 50E2 GE 80A (6) K-28B Straight Air CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #E207 1923-1927 / Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C146 1927-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C146 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C146 1968-? / Private owner - Glenmoore(Glenmoore, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Originally snow plow #E-207
72 Reading Transit & Light 1902 streetcar (semi-convertible) stored inoperable wood DR DE
            5'2.5"
8 (1A-A1)              
Reading Transit & Light #72 1902-? / Private owner - Glenmoore(Glenmoore, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Body only
33
PHOTO
Shamokin & Mount Carmel Transit 1905 streetcar (suburban semiconvertible) displayed inoperable wood DR DE
          1938 4'8.5"
8 (1A-A1)   [Brill 39E]          
Shamokin & Mount Carmel Transit #33 1905-1938 / Knoebel's Grove Amusement Park(Elysburg, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Body only
W54 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1923 crane (work car with hoist) situation unknown steel AR SE
44'6"       n/a n/a 5'2.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 50E2 GE 203P (4) K-35      
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #W54 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #W54 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #W54 1968-now / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1968-present
W56
PHOTO
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1923 crane (work car with hoist) operated often steel AR SE
44'6"       n/a n/a 5'2.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 50E2 GE 203P (4) K-35      
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #W56 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #W56 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #W56 1968-now / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1968-present
C145
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
Philadelphia Transportation Company 1923 snow sweeper (sweeper) operated occasionally wood AR DE
44'4" 8'3" 11'11"   n/a 2005 5'4.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Brill 50E2 GE 80A (6) K-28B Straight Air    
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #E206 1923-1927 / Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C145 1927-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C145 1940-1968 / 1st preserved by Trolley Valhalla 1974-1975 / later preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1975-1979 / Port Authority Transit #M57 1979-1990 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C145 1997-2005 / Baltimore Streetcar Museum(Baltimore, Maryland) 2005-present
Originally snow plow #E206; later Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C145 (1968-1974); later preserved by Pennsylvania Trolley Museum (1990-1997); originally 5'2.5" gauge
51
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1927 rapid transit car (Broad Street subway car) stored inoperable steel RR DE
67'6" 10'0" 12'4" 110000# 67 n/a (1985) 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 420 Commonwealth WH 581A1 (2) WH ABF-XM115 AMUE (ME30) D3-F  
City of Philadelphia #51 1927-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #51 1968-now / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1968-present
Historic fleet
1025
PHOTO
PHOTO
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1936 rapid transit car (bridge/subway car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
67'6" 10'0" 12'4" 114600# 67 n/a (1985) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 420 Commonwealth WH 555A1 (4) WH ABF-XM115A AMUE (ME30) D3-F  
Delaware River Joint Commission #1025 1936-1952 / Delaware River Port Authority #1025 1952-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #1025 1968-now / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1968-present
Historic fleet
9
PHOTO
PHOTO
Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos 1908 streetcar (open car, 10-bench) undergoing restoration wood AR DE
29'9" 9'0" 11'3"   40 1961 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill 21E WH 92A (2) K-10 SME (M28A) CP-27  
Luz Fuerza y Traccion de Veracruz #9 1908-1932 / Cooperativa de Tranviarios y Similares del Puerto de Veracruz #9 1932-1939 / Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos #9 1939-1961 / 1st preserved by Trolleyville, U.S.A. 1961-2006 / later preserved by Lake Shore Electric Railway 2006-2009 / Fort Smith Trolley Museum(Fort Smith, Arkansas) 2009-present
Lettered Columbia Park & Southwestern
19
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PHOTO
VIDEO
Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos 1914 streetcar (open car, 10-bench) operated occasionally wood DR SE
29'9" 9'0" 12'4" 20000# 41 1961 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill 21E WH 92A (2) K-10 SME CP-27  
Luz Fuerza y Traccion de Veracruz #19 1914-1932 / Cooperativa de Tranviarios y Similares del Puerto de Veracruz #19 1932-1939 / Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos #19 1939-1961 / 1st preserved by Trolleyville, U.S.A. 1961-2006 / later preserved by Lake Shore Electric Railway 2006-2009 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 2009-present
Lettered Columbia Park & Southwestern
15 Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos 1914 streetcar (open car, 10-bench) displayed inoperable wood AR DE
29'9" 9'0" 11'3"   50 1981 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill 21E   K-10 SME    
Luz Fuerza y Traccion de Veracruz #15 1914-1932 / Cooperativa de Tranviarios y Similares del Puerto de Veracruz #15 1932-1939 / Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos #15 1939-1981 / City of Villahermosa(Villahermosa, Mexico) 1981-present
001
PHOTO
Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos 1908 streetcar (open car, 10-bench) displayed inoperable wood DR DE
        50 1985 (1981) 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill 21E   K-10 SME    
Luz Fuerza y Traccion de Veracruz #8 1908-1932 / Cooperativa de Tranviarios y Similares del Puerto de Veracruz #8 1932-1939 / Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos #8 1939-1976 / Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos #001 1976-1985 / City of Veracruz(Veracruz, Mexico) 1985-present
Loaned to San Francisco Municipal Railway 1984-1985
0
PHOTO
PHOTO
Servicio de Transportes Electricos del Distrito Federal 1900 streetcar (standard) displayed inoperable wood DR DE
          2006 (1980) 4'8.5"
4 (B) 70 Brill 21E GE 1000 (2) K-10      
Ferrocarriles del Distrito Federal #? 1900-1906 / Compania de Tranvias de Mexico #? 1906-1922 / Compania de Tranvias de Mexico #0 1922-1945 / Servicio de Transportes Urbanos y Suburbanos #0 1945-1947 / Servicio de Transportes Electricos del Distrito Federal #0 1947-2006 / Museo de Transportes Electricos del Distrito Federal() 2006-present
Converted to pay car in 1922, converted back to streetcar in 1972
*** Currently located in Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico
6 Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos 1908 streetcar (open car, 10-bench) stored inoperable wood AR SE
        50 1964 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill 21E   K-10 SME    
Luz Fuerza y Traccion de Veracruz #6 1908-1932 / Cooperativa de Tranviarios y Similares del Puerto de Veracruz #6 1932-1939 / Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos #6 1939-1964 / 1st preserved by Texas Transportation Museum 1964-1995 / Fort Smith Trolley Museum(Fort Smith, Arkansas) 1995-present
Disassembled
20 Five Mile Beach Electric 1913 streetcar (open car, 9-bench) stored inoperable wood DR DE
        45 1945 4'8.5"
4 (B)              
Five Mile Beach Electric #17 1913-? / Five Mile Beach Electric #20 ?-1945 / Wildwood Trolley(Wildwood, New Jersey) ?-present
Body only
?? Roanoke Railway & Electric 1927 streetcar (standard) stored inoperable steel AR DE
          1948 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 77E1]          
Roanoke Railway & Electric #?? 1927-1948 / Commonwealth Coach & Trolley Museum(Roanoke, Virginia) ?-present
Body only; actual number unknown, part of 42-47 series
110
PHOTO
Companhia Forca e Luz do Parana 1920 streetcar (Birney safety car) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
28'1" 7'8" 9'10" 16660#   1952 1m
4 (B)   Brill 79E1          
Boston Elevated Railway #? 1920-1931 / Companhia Forca e Luz do Parana #110 1931-1945 / Companhia Curitibana de Transportes Coletivos #110 1945-1952 / City of Curitiba(Curitiba, Brazil) 1999-present
Originally 4'8.5" gauge


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