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
Industrial Brownhoist
3246
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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
J.G. Brill Car Company
12
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Santa Barbara Consolidated Railways 1901 streetcar (California car) stored inoperable wood DR DE
          1913 3'6"
8 (B-B)              
Santa Barbara Consolidated Railways #12 1901-1913 / 1st preserved by Old Spanish Days Carriage Museum 1986-1996 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1996-present
Body only
506
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Portland Railway Light & Power 1904 streetcar (semi-convertible) displayed inoperable wood DR DE
39'10" 7'10"     40 1950 3'6"
8 (B-B)   Brill 27G GE 249 (4) K-6 WH F3A Magnetic    
Portland Power & Light #206 1904-1905 / Portland Railway Light & Power #506 1905-1924 / Portland Electric Power #506 1924-1944 / Portland Traction #506 1944-1950 / 1st preserved by City of Portland 1950-1976 / Oregon Electric Railway Historical Society(Brooks, Oregon) 1976-present
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
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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 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 140 [Brill 27MCB2X] [GE 203L (4)] [GE M-C97] SME [(S-E6)] [CP-28]  
Philadelphia & West Chester #63 1925-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #63 1948-1970 / 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
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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 1926-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #66 1948-1970 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1970-present
73
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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 1926-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #73 1948-1970 / 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 1926-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #75 1948-1970 / 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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New York Museum of Transportation 1923 line car (converted snow sweeper) situation unknown wood AR DE
44'4"       n/a 1974 5'2.5"
8 (B-B) 160 [Brill 50E2] [GE 80A (4)] 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 (4)] [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
C126 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 (4) K-12 Straight Air CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C126 1923-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C126 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C126 1968-1974 / Private owner - Uniontown(Uniontown, Pennsylvania) ?-present
C127 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 (4)] [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 / Private owner - Uniontown(Uniontown, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Body only
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 (4) 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
PHOTO
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 (4) 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
PHOTO
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 (4) 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
C143
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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 (4) K-28B Straight Air CP-27  
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #E204 1923-1927 / Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C143 1927-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C143 1940-1968 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #C143 1968-1974 / 1st preserved by Trolley Valhalla 1974-1975 / later preserved by Buckingham Valley Trolley Association 1975-1999 / Baltimore Streetcar Museum(Baltimore, Maryland) 2005-present
Originally snow plow #E-204; preserved by Electric City Trolley Museum 1999-2005; to be scrapped
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 & West Chester #5 1941-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #5 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #5 1970-1982 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1982-present
9
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PHOTO
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 & West Chester #9 1941-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #9 1948-1970 / 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 1932-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #77 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #77 1970-1982 / Middletown & Hummelstown(Middletown, Pennsylvania) ?-present
78
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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 1932-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #78 1948-1970 / 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 1932-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #83 1948-1970 / 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 1932-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #85 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #85 1970-1982 / 1st preserved by East Penn Valley Traction 1982-1999 / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 1999-present
86 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 1932-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #86 1948-1970 / 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#   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 / Manheim Historical Society(Manheim, Pennsylvania) 1990-present
On loan from Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
2282
PHOTO
PHOTO
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
PHOTO
PHOTO
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
PHOTO
PHOTO
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 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
PHOTO
PHOTO
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
PHOTO
PHOTO
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
PHOTO
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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 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
PHOTO
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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HISTORY
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 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 1925-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #61 1948-1970 / 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 1925-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #62 1948-1970 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1970-present
76
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VIDEO
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 1926-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #76 1948-1970 / 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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PHOTO
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 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
PHOTO
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
PHOTO
PHOTO
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
PHOTO
PHOTO
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
PHOTO
PHOTO
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
PHOTO
PHOTO
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
PHOTO
PHOTO
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 27G1] [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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PHOTO
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 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 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 ?-now / Electric City Trolley Museum(Scranton, Pennsylvania) 2009-present
Converted to de-icing car in 1989
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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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 1931 rapid transit car ("Bullet" car) operated often 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
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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 #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; on loan from 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; on loan from 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 (standard 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 (4) 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 (4) 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) displayed 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 & West Chester #8 1941-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #8 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #8 1970-1982 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1982-present
Former 5'2.5" gauge
651
PHOTO
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
48 Colorado Springs & Interurban 1901 streetcar (rebuilt convertible) stored inoperable wood DR DE
          1932 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Brill 77          
Colorado Springs & Interurban #48 1901-1932 / Pikes Peak Historical Street Railway(Colorado Springs, Colorado) 2000-present
Originally had Brill 28F trucks
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
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Waterville Fairfield & Oakland 1923 streetcar (Birney safety car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
39'8" 8'1"       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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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 1932-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #80 1948-1970 / 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 1932-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #84 1948-1970 / 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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Reading Transit & Light 1918 streetcar (semi-convertible) stored 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
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Carolina Power & Light 1927 streetcar (Birney safety car) stored inoperable steel AR DE
32'11" 8'1" 10'8" 22166#   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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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 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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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 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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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 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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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 / Historical Museum of Southern Florida(Miami, Florida) 1982-present
250
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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
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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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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
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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 1948 4'8.5"
4 (B) 50 Brill 79E1          
British Columbia Electric Railway #400 1921-1948 / 1st preserved by Provincial Museum of British Columbia 1970-? / later preserved by Royal British Columbia Museum ?-1992 / Nelson Electric Tramway Society(Nelson, British Columbia) 1992-present
503
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PHOTO
Portland Railway Light & Power 1904 streetcar (semi-convertible) displayed inoperable wood DR DE
39'10" 7'10"     40 1950 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Melbourne 1 GE 249 (4) K-6 WH F3A Magnetic    
Portland Power & Light #203 1904-1905 / Portland Railway Light & Power #503 1905-1924 / Portland Electric Power #503 1924-1944 / Portland Traction #503 1944-1950 / 1st preserved by Pacific Northwest Electric Railway Association 1950-1955 / later preserved by Willamette Valley Electric Railway Association 1955-? / Oregon Electric Railway Historical Society(Brooks, Oregon) ?-present
Originally 3'6" gauge; originally had Brill 27G trucks
614
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
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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
650
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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
            4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 27MCB1]          
Harrisburg Railways #710 1914-? / Rockhill Trolley Museum(Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Body only, on trucks
811 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
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PHOTO
VIDEO
HISTORY
Portland Traction 1932 streetcar (Master Unit lightweight) operated often steel AR DE
40'10" 8'6"   35388#   1959 (1958) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   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
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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 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
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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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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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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
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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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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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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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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
On loan from Seashore Trolley Museum
5748
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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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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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Philadelphia Transportation Company 1912 streetcar (Peter Witt) stored inoperable 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
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HISTORY
Chicago Surface Lines 1922 streetcar (center entrance trailer) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
47'6" 8'6" 10'9" 25500# 62 1970 (1934) 4'8.5"
8 (2-2) 0 Brill 67F     Straight Air    
Chicago Surface Lines #9020 1922-1947 / 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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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 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
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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
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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
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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 (4) 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 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
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)
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
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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
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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 (4) K-28B Straight Air    
Philadelphia Rapid Transit #E206 1923-1927 / Philadelphia Rapid Transit #C145 1927-1940 / Philadelphia Transportation Company #C145 1940-1974 / 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 preserved by Pennsylvania Trolley Museum (1990-1997); originally 5'2.5" gauge
51
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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 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
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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
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Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos 1908 streetcar (open car, 10-bench) stored inoperable 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 Tracción 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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Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub-Urbanos 1914 streetcar (open car, 10-bench) operated often 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 Tracción 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 Tracción 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
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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 Tracción 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
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Servicio de Transportes Eléctricos 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 / Compañía de Tranvías de México #? 1906-1922 / Compañía de Tranvías de México #0 1922-1945 / Servicio de Transportes Urbanos y Suburbanos #0 1945-1947 / Servicio de Transportes Eléctricos del Distrito Federal #0 1947-2006 / Museo de Transportes Eléctricos del Distrito Federal(Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico) 2006-present
Converted to pay car in 1922, converted back to streetcar in 1972
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 Tracción 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
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Companhia Força e Luz do Paraná 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 #? ?-1931 / Companhia Força e Luz do Paraná #110 1931-1945 / Companhia Curitibana de Transportes Coletivos #110 1945-1952 / City of Curitiba(Curitiba, Brazil) 1999-present
100
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Servicio de Transportes Eléctricos del Distrito Federal 1900 rail grinder (rail grinder) displayed inoperable steel   SE
        n/a 2006 4'8.5"
4 (2)   Pedestal     Hand n/a  
Ferrocarriles del Distrito Federal #100 1900-1908 / Compañía de Tranvías de México #100 1908-1945 / Servicio de Transportes Urbanos y Suburbanos #100 1945-1947 / Servicio de Transportes Eléctricos del Distrito Federal #100 1947-2006 / Museo de Transportes Eléctricos del Distrito Federal(Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico) 2006-present
J.M. Jones & Sons
64 Toronto Railway 1879 streetcar (trailer) stored inoperable wood   SE
            4'10.875"
4 (2)   Pedestal          
Toronto Street Railway #85 1879-? / Toronto Railway #64 1879-? / 1st preserved by Toronto Transportation Commission ?-1968 / Canadian Science & Technology Museum(Ottawa, Ontario) 1968-present
302
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Union Street Railway 1907 railway post office car (Post Office streetcar) operated occasionally wood RR DE
31'0"     31450# n/a 1947 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 Standard O50 WH 101B (4) K-35 Straight Air CP-27  
Union Street Railway #302 1907-1947 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1947-present
Rebuilt from freight trailer in 1923
61
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Rhode Island Company 1893 streetcar (standard) operated occasionally wood DR DE
29'0"     22000# 30 1948 4'8.5"
4 (B) 50 Bemis 26 GE 800 (2) K-10 Hand n/a  
Rhode Island Company #61 1893-? / Rhode Island Company #1567 ?-1948 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1948-present
Later sand car #1567
200 The Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Company 1887 streetcar (parlor car) undergoing restoration wood RR DE
          ? 4'8.5"
4 (B)              
The Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Company #200 1887-? / 1st preserved by The Wisconsin Electric Railway Historical Society ?-1989 / East Troy Electric Railroad(East Troy, Wisconsin) 1989-present
Body only, on truck; located in Spring Green, Wisconsin
401
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Consolidated Railway 1906 streetcar (open car, 15-bench) displayed inoperable wood RR DE
42'0"     36500# 75 1948 (1947) 4'8.5"
8 (1A-A1)   Taylor SB WH 93A (2) K-6 Straight Air CP-27  
Consolidated Railway #401 1906-1907 / Connecticut Company #401 1907-1915 / Connecticut Company #923 1915-? / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1948-present
838
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Connecticut Company 1905 streetcar (open car, 15-bench) undergoing restoration steel RR DE
42'0" 10'7" 12'2" 36500# 75 1948 (1947) 4'8.5"
8 (1A-A1)   Taylor SB WH 93A (2) K-6A   DH-16  
Consolidated Railway #838 1905-1907 / Connecticut Company #838 1907-1948 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1948-present
840
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Connecticut Company 1905 streetcar (open car, 15-bench) stored operable steel RR DE
42'0" 10'7" 12'2" 36500# 75 1948 (1947) 4'8.5"
8 (A1-1A)   Taylor SB WH 93A (2) K-6 Straight Air D1-EG  
Consolidated Railway #383 1905-1907 / Connecticut Company #383 1907-1915 / Connecticut Company #840 1915-1948 / Connecticut Trolley Museum(East Windsor, Connecticut) 1948-present
925
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West End Street Railway 1894 streetcar (parlor car) stored inoperable wood DR DE
29'6" 8'8" 12'4"   20 1954 4'8.5"
4 (B)   Brill 21E GE 86 (2) K-28N Hand n/a  
West End Street Railway #925 1894-1897 / Boston Elevated Railway #925 1897-1947 / Boston Metropolitan Transit Authority #925 1947-1954 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1954-present
Later converted to a tool car
Jackson & Sharp
105 Quebec Railway Light & Power 1889 interurban (combine trailer) situation unknown wood   DE
          1960 4'8.5"
8 (2-2) 0            
Quebec Montmorency & Charlevoix #105 1889-1900 / Quebec Railway Light & Power #108 1900-? / Quebec Railway Light & Power #105 ?-1960 / Canadian Railway Museum(Delson-Saint Constant, Quebec) 1960-present
Originally steam road combine
113 Rochester & Sodus Bay 1899 interurban (suburban coach) stored inoperable wood DR DE
44'8" 8'0" 11'10" 48700# 45 1929 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 160 [Taylor EH] [GE 67 (4)] [K-28B] Straight Air [A4]  
Rochester & Sodus Bay #113 1899-1912 / New York State Railways, Rochester Lines #112 1912-1929 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1989-present
Body only, on trucks
1
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South Side Rapid Transit 1892 rapid transit car (open platform motor) displayed inoperable wood RR DE
        42 1947 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 100 McGuire GE 57 (2) Sprague K-3 AMP (M23) Christianson  
South Side Rapid Transit #1 1892-1913 / Chicago Elevated Railway #1 1913-1924 / Chicago Rapid Transit #1 1924-1947 / 1st preserved by Chicago Transit Authority 1947-2005 / Chicago History Museum(Chicago, Illinois) 2005-present
12 Lemoyne Valley Railways 1900 streetcar (standard) stored inoperable wood RR DE
            4'8.5"
8 (B-B)              
Lemoyne Valley Railways #12 1900-? / Rockhill Trolley Museum(Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania) ?-present
Originally fitted with Robinson radial truck; body only, on trucks
34
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Lynchburg Railway 1899 streetcar (open car, 9-bench) operated occasionally wood DR DE
28'0"     13500# 45 1946 (1945) 4'8.5"
4 (B) 50 Brill 21E GE 54 (2) K-36 Hand n/a  
Lynchburg Railway #34 1899-1929 / Five Mile Beach Electric #34 1929-1946 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1946-present
First car acquired by BERA
Jewett Car Company
8
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VIDEO
London & Port Stanley 1915 interurban (high-voltage coach) operated occasionally steel ST DE
59'0" 9'6" 13'5" 104000# 56 1957 4'10.875"
8 (B-B) 500 Baldwin 84-35AA GE 225B (4) GE M-C107A AML CP-29A 1500vDC
London & Port Stanley #8 1915-1957 / 1st preserved by Government of Ontario ?-1971 / Halton County Radial Railway(Rockwood, Ontario) 1971-present
07
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Philadelphia Suburban Transportation 1911 line car (rebuilt freight motor) displayed inoperable wood AR DE
50'0" 9'1" 12'4"   n/a 1997 (1993) 5'2.5"
8 (B-B)   Baldwin 78-30AA GE 71 (4) K-34 Straight Air CP-28  
Philadelphia & West Chester #07 1911-1948 / Philadelphia Suburban Transportation #07 1948-1970 / Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority #07 1970-1997 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1997-present
Converted from a box motor
274
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PHOTO
Monongahela West Penn 1918 interurban (combine) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
50'10"   13'0"   54 1940 5'2.5"
8 (B-B)   [Brill 27MCB2X] [WH 306CV (4)] [WH HL]      
Monongahela Valley Traction #274 1918-1921 / Monongahela Power & Railway #274 1921-1923 / Monongahela West Penn #274 1923-1940 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 1974-present
Body only, on trucks
4
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PHOTO
London & Port Stanley 1915 interurban (high-voltage coach) displayed inoperable steel ST DE
59'0" 9'6" 13'5" 92900#   1964 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 500 Baldwin GE 225B (4)   AML   1500vDC
London & Port Stanley #4 1915-1964 / 1st preserved by Government of Ontario 1964-1968 / later preserved by London Public Library Board 1968-1973 / Ossawippi Express Restaurant(Orillia, Ontario) 1973-present
10 London & Port Stanley 1915 interurban (high-voltage coach) stored inoperable steel ST DE
59'0" 9'6" 13'5" 92900# 48 1962 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 500 Baldwin GE 225B (4) GE M-C107A AML CP-29A 1500vDC
London & Port Stanley #10 1915-1962 / Canadian Railway Museum(Delson-Saint Constant, Quebec) 1962-present
14
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London & Port Stanley 1917 interurban (steel high-voltage coach) undergoing restoration steel ST DE
71'7"         1962 (1957) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)         AML   1500vDC
London & Port Stanley #14 1917-1962 / 1st preserved by Canadian Railway Museum 1962-1999 / Elgin County Railway Museum(St. Thomas, Ontario) 1999-present
81
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Terre Haute Indianapolis & Eastern 1902 interurban (combine) stored inoperable wood RR SE
54'9" 8'6" 13'6" 72800#   ? 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   [Peckham 36B] [GE 73C (4)] [K-34D]      
Indianapolis & Martinsville Rapid Transit #61 1902-1907 / Terre Haute Indianapolis & Eastern #81 1907-1930 / Indiana Railroad #81 1930-? / Indiana Transportation Museum(Noblesville, Indiana) 1978-present
Body only, on trucks; "Central Normal"
102 Indianapolis Crawfordsville & Western 1903 interurban (combine) stored inoperable wood RR SE
58' 9'2" 13'0" 77400#   1933 (1932) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 360 [Baldwin 285] [WH 304C (4)] [K-34D] AMM [(M22)] [D2-EG]  
Indianapolis Crawfordsville & Western #102 1903-1912 / Terre Haute Indianapolis & Eastern #53 1912-1930 / Indiana Railroad #53 1930-1933 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 1996-present
Body only, on trucks
107
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PHOTO
Elmira Corning & Waverly 1911 interurban (coach) displayed inoperable wood RR DE
46'0" 8'3" 12'7"   52 1930 4'8.5"
8 (B-B)   Standard C55 GE 87 (4) GE M      
Elmira Corning & Waverly #107 1911-1930 / 1st preserved by Magee Trolley Museum 1970-1973 / New York Museum of Transportation(Rush, New York) 1973-present
167
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Lake Shore Electric 1915 interurban (coach) stored inoperable steel AR SE
60'2"     86900# 64 1938 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Baldwin 78-25A WH 567 (4) [GE M-C36E]      
Lake Shore Electric #167 1915-1938 / Lamont Family(Wellington, Ohio) 1962-present
Originally had Baldwin 84-30A trucks, GE 205E (4) motors
171
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HISTORY
Lake Shore Electric 1918 interurban (coach) stored inoperable steel AR SE
62'8" 8'9" 12'7" 84900# 64 1938 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 [Baldwin 84-45] [WH 557A2 (4)] [WH ALFM-C36] AMM [DH-16 (2)]  
Lake Shore Electric #171 1918-1938 / Seashore Trolley Museum(Kennebunkport, Maine) 1987-present
Body only, on trucks
174
PHOTO
Lake Shore Electric 1918 interurban (coach) displayed inoperable steel AR SE
62'8" 8'9" 12'7" 84900# 64 1938 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 [Baldwin 84-45] [WH 557A2 (4)] [WH ALFM-C36] AMM    
Lake Shore Electric #174 1918-1938 / The Works(Newark, Ohio) 1996-present
Body only, on trucks
181
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PHOTO
Lake Shore Electric 1918 interurban (coach) stored inoperable steel AR SE
62'8" 8'8" 12'7" 84900# 64 1938 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 [Baldwin 84-45] [WH 557A2 (4)] [WH ALFM-C36] AMM    
Lake Shore Electric #181 1918-1938 / Northern Ohio Railway Museum(Chippewa Lake, Ohio) 1985-present
Body only
200
PHOTO
HISTORY
Tidewater Southern 1913 interurban (combine) stored inoperable wood AR DE
51'6" 9'5"     46 1934 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 260 [Brill 27MCB2X] [GE 201G (4)] [GE M] AMM [CP-28] 1200vDC
Tidewater Southern #200 1913-1934 / Western Railway Museum(Rio Vista, California) 1979-present
Body only, on trucks
250
PHOTO
PHOTO
Monongahela West Penn 1913 interurban (coach) displayed inoperable wood RR DE
46'0"     55000# 48 1948 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 260 Brill 27MCB1 WH 306CV (4) WH HL-189D SME (M28) DH-16  
Monongahela Valley Traction #250 1913-1921 / Monongahela Power & Railway #250 1921-1923 / Monongahela West Penn #250 1923-1948 / 1st preserved by Branford Electric Railway Association 1948-2005 / Pennsylvania Trolley Museum(Washington, Pennsylvania) 2005-present
251
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VIDEO
HISTORY
Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee 1917 interurban ("Silverliner" combine) operated occasionally steel AR DE
56'1" 8'8" 12'6" 91000# 24 1963 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Baldwin 84-30A WH 557A5 (4) WH HLF-28A AMU (M23) CP-28  
Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee #251 1917-1963 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 1963-present
253
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PHOTO
Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee 1917 interurban (combine) displayed inoperable steel AR DE
56'1" 8'8" 12'6" 91000# 24 1963 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Baldwin 84-30A WH 557A5 (4) WH HLF-28A AMU (M23) CP-28  
Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee #253 1917-1963 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 1963-present
316
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PHOTO
Chicago Aurora & Elgin 1913 interurban (standard coach) undergoing restoration wood RR DE
54'0" 8'7" 13'0" 100000# 52 1962 (1957) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 500 Baldwin 84-35AA GE 66B (4) GE M-C21E AMM (M23) CP-30  
Aurora Elgin & Chicago #316 1913-1922 / Chicago Aurora & Elgin #316 1922-1962 / 1st preserved by Railway Equipment Leasing & Investment Corporation 1962-1984 / Fox River Trolley Museum(South Elgin, Illinois) 1984-present
317
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PHOTO
Chicago Aurora & Elgin 1913 interurban (standard coach) stored inoperable wood RR DE
54'0" 8'7" 13'0" 100000# 52 1962 (1957) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 500 Baldwin 84-35AA GE 66B (4) GE M-C6 AMM (M23) CP-30A  
Aurora Elgin & Chicago #317 1913-1922 / Chicago Aurora & Elgin #317 1922-1962 / 1st preserved by Railway Equipment Leasing & Investment Corporation 1962-1984 / Fox River Trolley Museum(South Elgin, Illinois) 1984-present
319
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PHOTO
Chicago Aurora & Elgin 1914 interurban (standard coach) displayed inoperable wood RR DE
54'0" 8'7" 13'0" 100000# 52 1962 (1957) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Baldwin 84-35AA GE 254A (4) GE M-C6 AMM (M23) D3-F  
Aurora Elgin & Chicago #319 1914-1922 / Chicago Aurora & Elgin #319 1922-1962 / 1st preserved by Trolleyville, U.S.A. 1962-2006 / later preserved by Lake Shore Electric Railway 2006-2009 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 2009-present
320
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VIDEO
Chicago Aurora & Elgin 1914 interurban (standard coach) operated occasionally wood RR DE
54'0" 8'7" 13'0" 100000# 52 1962 (1957) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Baldwin 84-35AA GE 254A (4) GE M-C21 AMM (M23) D3-F  
Aurora Elgin & Chicago #320 1914-1922 / Chicago Aurora & Elgin #320 1922-1962 / 1st preserved by Iowa Railway Historical Society 1962-1968 / Midwest Electric Railway Museum(Mount Pleasant, Iowa) 1968-present
321
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VIDEO
HISTORY
Chicago Aurora & Elgin 1914 interurban (standard coach) stored inoperable wood RR DE
54'0" 8'7" 13'0" 100000# 52 1962 (1957) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Baldwin 84-35AA [GE 254A (4)] GE M-C6K AMM (M23) D3-F  
Aurora Elgin & Chicago #321 1914-1922 / Chicago Aurora & Elgin #321 1922-1962 / Illinois Railway Museum(Union, Illinois) 1962-present
801
PHOTO
PHOTO
Lehigh Valley Transit 1912 interurban ("Liberty Bell" car) displayed inoperable wood RR DE
55'11" 9'0" 13'0" 82420# 54 1939 (1933) 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 460 Baldwin 78-30A WH 303A (4) [WH AL-C36C] AMM [(M22)] [D2-EG]  
Lehigh Valley Transit #801 1912-1939 / 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)
1000
PHOTO
PHOTO
Pacific Electric 1913 interurban (wood parlor car) displayed inoperable wood RR DE
55'6" 10'1" 12'9" 86800# 25 1947 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 400 Brill 27MCB3X [WH 333A2] [WH 272-E] AMU [(M24D)] [D3-LA]  
Pacific Electric #1000 1913-1938 / Pacific Electric #Commodore 1938-1947 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1964-present
Rebuilt from coach in 1914; body only, on trucks
1001
PHOTO
PHOTO
VIDEO
Pacific Electric 1913 interurban (coach) displayed operable wood RR DE
55'0" 10'1" 12'9" 85200# 64 1954 4'8.5"
8 (B-B) 560 Brill 27MCB3X WH 557A5 (4) WH 272-E AML (M24D) D3-LA  
Pacific Electric #1001 1913-1948 / Pacific Electric #00199 1948-1954 / Orange Empire Railway Museum(Perris, California) 1954-present
Later rail grinder #00199; located at Travel Town 1954-1958
659
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Brooklyn Rapid Transit 1901 rapid transit car (open platform car) stored inoperable wood RR DE
49'0"     69652# 52 1961 4'8.5"
8 (B-2) 300 Peckham 40 WH 50L (2) WH AB-131 AML (M19A) D2-EG  
Brooklyn Rapid Transit #659 1901-1923 / Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit #659 1923-1940 / New York City Board of Transportation #659 1940-1953 / New York City Transit Authority #659 1953-1961 / Branford Electric Railway Association(East Haven, Connecticut) 1961-present


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