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Erie Lackawanna MU CarsDescription : The MU (multiple-unit) commuter cars of New Jersey's Erie Lackawanna commuter lines were a type of multiple unit commuter railcar developed for the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad (DL&W). Most of the construction for the overhead catenary (wire) system was done in 1929 and 1930. The MUs first served commuters on the DL&W's Morristown Line starting in New Jersey in 1930, although most of the trailer (non-powered) cars had been already in service for several years already bein... Page:e27

State of New Jersey system map for the DL&W suburban service
Lackawanna MU
Short Hills - Erie-Lackawanna Commuter Train (1978).jpg
A Lackawanna MU at Short Hills, New Jersey in 1978.
In serviceAs MU: 1930-1984
ManufacturerPullman
GE,
Bethlehem Steel (Low-roof combines)
ReplacedAugust 24th, 1984 [1]
ConstructedMotor: 1929-1930
Low-roof trailers: 1925
High-roof trailers: 1912-1921
Refurbishmentnone
Number builtMotor: 141
Low-roof trailer (coach): 50
Low-roof trailer (combine): 10
High-roof trailer (coach): 68
High-roof trailer (combine): 5
High-roof trailer (mail): 3
High-roof trailer (club): 5
Total: 282
Number preserved156 (97 trailers, 59 motors)
Number scrapped127
FormationMotor-trailer pair
Operator(s)Delaware, Lackawanna and Western,
Erie Lackawanna,
Conrail (under NJDOT),
New Jersey Transit
Specifications
Car body constructioncarbon steel
Car length~70 ft 1 in (21.36 m)
Width9 ft 11 2 in (3.035 m)
HeightMotor: 12 ft 11 in (3.94 m)
Low-roof trailers: 13 ft 0 in (3.96 m)
High-roof trailers: 14 ft 3.75 in (4.3625 m),14 ft 6 in (4.42 m)
Floor height4 ft 0 in (1.22 m)
Doors2, end vestibule
Maximum speed63 mph (level track); 75 mph (downgrades)
WeightMotor:
Trailer: 109,500 lbs.
Prime mover(s)4x255hp General Electric DC traction motors
Power output1,020 hp (760 kW)
Acceleration1.5 mph/sec
Deceleration1.75 mph/sec
Train heatingElectric heat, openable windows
Electric system(s)3000 V DC catenary
Current collection methodpantograph
AAR wheel arrangementB-B
Braking system(s)Pneumatic
Coupling systemAAR
Track gauge4 ft 8 2 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge

The MU (multiple-unit) commuter cars of New Jersey's Erie Lackawanna commuter lines were a type of multiple unit commuter railcar developed for the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad (DL&W). Most of the construction for the overhead catenary (wire) system was done in 1929 and 1930. The MUs first served commuters on the DL&W's Morristown Line starting in New Jersey in 1930, although most of the trailer (non-powered) cars had been already in service for several years already being pulled by steam locomotives. The subscription parlor cars (club trailer cars) dated back to 1912.

History

Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, suburban timetable effective 1945-10-28 featured the classic electric MU cars on the cover.

The MU's were inaugurated with fanfare on September 3, 1930 when the aging inventor Thomas A. Edison, a key proponent of DC current (the source of electric power for the MUs), drove the first train for the first mile along its 14 mile trip from Hoboken, NJ to South Orange. The service was extended in phases to other towns that would have yards to store the trains: Summit, Gladstone, Morristown and Dover. Plans to extend electrified service west, for freight service, possibly as far as Scranton, PA, was investigated by the Lackawanna. The plans were abandoned due to cost, particularly since the timing of the extension coincided with the arrival of the Great Depression. The MUs did travel beyond the electrified district on occasion, particularly after World War II when there was a shortage of rail cars available. Unpowered MUs, pulled by steam locomotives, travelled on the Sussex Branch to Branchville, NJ, for instance, during the immediate post-war timeframe.

Over the years, the distinctive Pullman green cars were considered to be extremely reliable. Thomas T. Taber, in his book on the DL&W, called the Lackawanna MUs "...probably the finest multiple unit cars ever built." Their reliability remained excellent into their fourth decade of service, but suffered during the final years of their 54 year tenure in service.

These trains were run by four different railroads: the Lackawanna Railroad (1930-1960); the Erie Lackawanna Railroad (1960-1976); Conrail (1976-1982); and finally, NJ Transit (1983-1984). The cars were retired after their final runs on August 24, 1984. The DC power distribution system was retired at that point and a 25,000 volt 60 hertz AC power distribution system, which was installed and tested over the previous several years as part of the re-electrification project, was switched on. Arrow III MU cars, which continued to run to and from Hoboken, initially replaced the Lackawanna MUs. The introduction of Midtown Direct service to New York City in 1996, however, would prove problematic as the Northeast Corridor Line into Manhattan still used the original Pennsylvania Railroad 12,000 volt 25 hertz AC distribution system. Given that the Arrow III cars were not engineered to easily switch from one voltage to another, it was necessary for NJ Transit to acquire new locomotives, ALP-44s, to handle the new service.

A westbound Lackawanna MU shown here stopping on the express track (Track 1) at Mountain Station in South Orange, NJ in 1982. Note the repainted lead car which was part of a minor refurbishment carried out on some cars during the late 1970s and early 1980s due to delays in the re-electrification of the line.

The Lackawanna MUs were built from a combination of new motorized units (built by General Electric and Pullman) and converted coaches as trailers. These cars were semi-permanently attached to each other in pairs (trailer car-power car), with the trailer car on the westbound (Dover-facing) end of the train. Most of the trailer cars were built by Pullman. Typically, trains were limited to 6 pairs of these units, i.e. 12 cars. Although, due to the loss of a trailer car in a 1962 accident, its unmatched power car was placed into the middle of a 13-car train that was run during rush-hours only during the Erie Lackawanna years, the Tom Taber Express. New Jersey state law restricted the length of commuter trains to a maximum of 13 cars. Although with the unmatched power car in the pool of available cars, it was theoretically possible to have every combination of train length from two to 13 cars, the most common train lengths seen were 2 and 4 car trains off-peak and 6 and 8 cars during the rush hour. Three-car sets (two power cars plus a single coach) were used rarely, mostly as shuttle trains east of Newark, and were noted for their faster acceleration and higher top speeds, which may explain their limited use. Although matched sets were not over-powered, it was possible for MU trains to pull an additional freight car (most often milk cars), which would be coupled to the rear-end of the MU train. In later years, the 2-car off-peak configuration was abandoned in favor of a 4-car configuration for reliability purposes.

Outbound from Hoboken, commuters could ride on the Morristown Line (the mainline) to Dover, NJ, a trip of 38.3 miles (62 km). The Montclair Branch and Gladstone Branch diverged from the Morristown line at Roseville Avenue Station in Newark and Summit, respectively. The MU's ran off 3000 volt DC overhead electric wire, drawing current through pantographs that could be raised or lowered. In profile, pantographs appear diamond-shaped, but generally get better contact with the overhead wire than a simple trolley pole. Due to the presence of overhead bridges along the line, the overhead catenary varied considerably in height. Where no height restrictiones existed, the catenary was typically at 24 feet (8.7 m), but for some bridges the wire needed to drop in clearance, with Roseville Avenue being the point of lowest clearance at 15 feet 9 inches (4.6 m). This didn't affect the operation of the MUs, since they had been designed with these clearance differentials in mind, but the low clearances restricted the use of other trains on the line that had insufficient clearance. The Lackawanna MUs had two pantographs: one for normal use (on the Dover end of the motor car) and one with greater wire tension that was used only during ice storms (on the Hoboken end of the car). The trains lacked speedometers. On test runs, the trains attained a speed of 63 mph on level track. On suitable downgrades, however, the trains could exceed 70 mph (113 km/hr) and on rare occasions, 75 mph (121 km/hr).

Types

Low-roof trailers

Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad coaches 300 to 349 were built in 1925 by Pullman with "low roofs". They were converted to MU trailers in 1930 and renumbered 2200 to 2249. In 1961, they were renumbered 3200-3249. Length of these cars is 70' 6" over buffers and height is 13' 0". Weight is 109,400 lbs. After retirement, the cars were stored at Mahwah, NJ and listed for sale on March 9, 1984, and November 13, 1984.

High roof trailer car leaves Bergen Hill Tunnels

High-roof trailers

Lackawanna coaches 648 to 685 were built in 1917 by Pullman with "high roofs". They were converted to MU trailers in 1930 and renumbered 2300 to 2337. In 1961, they were renumbered 3300-3337 and finally by NJT to 4300-4337. Length of these cars is 70' 0 3/4" over buffers, and height is 14' 3 3/4". Weight is 109,500 lbs.

Lackawanna coaches 686 to 715 were built in 1920 by Pullman with "high roofs". They were converted to MU trailers in 1930 and renumbered 2338 to 2367. In 1961, they were renumbered 3338-3367 and finally by NJT to 4338-4367. Length of these cars is 70' 0 3/4" over buffers, and height is 14' 6". Weight is 109,500 lbs. These units are identical to the previous series of "high roofs" except that they are 2 1/4" inches taller.

High-roof combine trailers

Lackawanna combines 429 to 433 were built in 1921 by Pullman with "high roofs". They were converted to MU trailers in 1930 and renumbered 2400 to 2405. In 1961, they were renumbered 3400-3405.

Low-roof combine trailers

Lackawanna combines 434 to 443 were built in 1925 by Bethlehem with "low roofs". They were converted to MU trailers in 1930 and renumbered 2406 to 2415. In 1961, they were renumbered 3406-3415

Mail combine trailers

Lackawanna combines 427 and 428 were built in 1917 by Pullman with "??? roofs". They were converted to MU trailers in 1930 and renumbered 2440 to 2441. In 1961, they were renumbered 3440-3441.

Club trailers

Lackawanna club cars 480 to 484 were built in 1912 by B&S and car 647 in 1917 by Pullman with "high roofs". They were converted to MU trailers in 1930 and renumbered 2450 to 2455. In 1961, they were renumbered 3450-3455. Since the cars were subscription only, they were typically placed on the westbound (Dover-facing) end of the train.

Motor units

Lackawanna motor cars 2500-2641 were built from 1929-30 by Pullman and GE with "low roofs". In 1961, they were renumbered 3500-3641. NJT renumbered 3600-3641 to 4600-4641. Length of these cars is 70' 1 1/2" over buffers, height is 12' 11". The power cars each had four 255 horsepower motors, meaning that a 12-car train would have 6,030 horsepower. The trains were capable of accelerating a train at 1.5 mph/sec and could reach a top speed of 63 mph on level track, but could exceed 70 mph on suitable downgrades. The trains could brake at 1.75 mph/sec.

Preserved Cars

Of the units operated at least 156 survive today (97 trailers and 59 motors) as coaches on various tourist railroads throughout the United States. As the last fleet of heavyweight railcars from the age of steam still rolling in North America, the growing tourist railroad industry saw them as their last chance to purchase railcars with such a vintage aesthetic. This resulted in a large amount of the 282 car fleet being saved from being scrapped. Due to environmental and mechanical concerns, the motors on the motor cars were removed before their transport to other railroads or locations.

Low Roof Trailers

At least 43 of 50 cars are in existence today:

Orig. No.DL&W No.EL No.NJT No.OwnerLocationNotes
300220032003200URHS - New JerseyBoonton, NJ
301220132013201UnknownUnknown
302220232023202Conway Scenic RailroadNorth Conway, NH
303220332033203Boone & Scenic Valley RailroadBoone, IA
304220432043204Berkshire Scenic Railway MuseumLenox, MA
305220532053205UnknownUnknown
306220632063206Red River Valley Railroad Historical SocietyShreveport, LAStored under I-20 bridge
307220732073207Boone & Scenic Valley RailroadBoone, IA
308220832083208Boone & Scenic Valley RailroadBoone, IA
309220932093209Conway Scenic RailroadBartlett, NHAwaiting Restoration
310221032103210Berkshire Scenic Railway MuseumLenox, MANumbered 310
311221132113211Pacific Southwest Railway MuseumCampo, CANumbered 255
312221232123212UnknownUnknownNot on Mahwah Sale List
313221332133213Boone & Scenic Valley RailroadBoone, IANumbered 3213
314221432143214UnknownUnknown
315221532153215Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PANumbered 315
316221632163216UnknownUnknown
317221732173217Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PA
318221832183218Boone & Scenic Valley RailroadBoone, IANumbered 3218
319221932193219Boone & Scenic Valley RailroadBoone, IANumbered 9101
320222032203220Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PANumbered 320
321222132213221UnknownUnknown
322222232223222UnknownUnknown
323222332233223UnknownUnknownNot on Mahwah Sale List
324222432243224Berkshire Scenic Railway MuseumLenox, MANumbered 3224
325222532253225UnknownUnknown
326222632263226UnknownUnknown
327222732273227Age of Steam RoundhouseSugarcreek, OH
328222832283228Berkshire Scenic Railway MuseumLenox, MANumbered 328
329222932293229Berkshire Scenic Railway MuseumLenox, MANumbered 329
330223032303230Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PANumbered 330
331223132313231UnknownUnknown
332223232323232Osceola and St. Croix Valley RailwayOsceola, WINumbered 2232
333223332333233Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PAUnrestored
334223432343234Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PANumbered 334
335223532353235Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PANumbered 335
336223632363236Brooks Preservation SocietyBrooks, ME]Restored
337223732373237Delaware-Lackawanna RailroadScranton, PA
338223832383238Boone & Scenic Valley RailroadBoone, IA
339223932393239UnknownUnknownNot on Mahwah Sale List
340224032403240Bluegrass Railroad MuseumVersailles, KY
341224132413241Berkshire Scenic Railway MuseumLenox, MANumbered 341
342224232423242Delaware-Lackawanna RailroadScranton, PA
343224332433243Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PANumbered 343
344224432443244UnknownUnknown
345224532453245Gettysburg ScenicUnknownFor Sale
346224632463246Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PANumbered 346
347224732473247Bluegrass Railroad MuseumVersailles, KY
348224832483248Brooks Preservation SocietyBrooks, MEB&ML 3248
349224932493249UnknownUnknownNot on Mahwah Sale List
3??22??32??32??UnknownNorthumberland, PALettered PRR 1962
3??22??32??32??Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley RailroadMilford, NYLettered C&CV 101
3??22??32??32??Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley RailroadMilford, NYLettered C&CV 103
3??22??32??32??Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley RailroadMilford, NYLettered C&CV 103
3??22??32??32??Penn Valley LinesNorthumberland, PALettered PRR 1962
3??22??32??32??Heber Valley RailroadHeber City, UTLettered HVRR 250. Former GSMS 522
3??22??32??32??Heber Valley RailroadHeber City, UTLettered HVRR 270. Former GSMS 524
3??22??32??32??Toledo Lake Erie and WesternWaterville, OHLettered TLEW 404

High Roof Trailers

Lackawanna coaches 686 to 715 were built in 1920 by Pullman with "high roofs". They were converted to MU trailers in 1930 and renumbered 2338 to 2367. In 1961, they were renumbered 3338-3367 and finally by NJT to 4338-4367. Length of these cars is 70' 0 3/4" over buffers, and height is 14' 6". Weight is 109,500 lbs.

At least 70 of 80 cars are in existence today:

Orig. No.DL&W No.EL No.NJT No.OwnerLocationNotes
648230033004300UnknownUnknown
649230133014301Berkshire Scenic Railway MuseumLenox, MANumbered 4301
650230233024302Middletown and Hummelstown RailroadMiddletown, PANumbered 302
651230333034303UnknownUnknown
652230433044304UnknownUnknown
653230533054305Valley Railroad (Connecticut)Essex, CTNumbered 603
654230633064306Reading Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PANumbered 306
655230733074307Middletown and Hummelstown RailroadHummelstown, PA
656230833084308UnknownUnknownSold in 2010
657230933094309UnknownUnknown
658231033104310Reading Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PA
658231033104310Reading Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PA
659231133114311UnknownUnknown
660231233124312UnknownUnknown
661231333134313Reading Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PA
662231433144314UnknownUnknown
663231533154315Downeast Scenic RailroadEllsworth, MENumbered 4315
664231633164316Reading Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PA-
665231733174317Virginia and Truckee RailroadVirginia City, NVLettered V&T 103 "Carson City"
666231833184318Reading Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PANumbered 303
667231933194319UnknownUnknown
668232033204320UnknownUnknown
669232133214321Catskill Mountain RailroadPhoenicia, NYLettered CMRR 701
670232233224322Catskill Mountain RailroadPhoenicia, NYBeing renovated to CMRR 703
671232333234323Age of Steam RoundhouseByesville, OHLeased to Byesville Scenic
672232433244324Reading Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PANumbered 304
673232533254325UnknownUnknown
674232633264326UnknownUnknown
675232733274327Valley Railroad (Connecticut)Essex, CTNumbered 600
676232833284328Indiana Transportation MuseumNoblesville, IN
677232933394339Middletown and Hummelstown RailroadHummelstown, PANumbered 329
678233033304330Middletown and Hummelstown RailroadMiddletown, PALettered Gettysburg 330
679233133314331Reading Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PANumbered 301
680233233324332Catskill Mountain RailroadPhoenicia, NYLettered CMRR 702
681233333334333Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PANumbered 681
682233433344334UnknownUnknown
683233533354335UnknownUnknown
684233633364336Indiana Transportation MuseumNoblesville, IN
685233733374337Indiana Transportation MuseumNoblesville, IN
686233833384338Valley Railroad (Connecticut)Essex, CTNumbered 602
687233933394339Grapevine Vintage RailroadGrapevine, TXRenumbered 206
688234033404340Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PANumbered 302
689234133414341Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PA
690234233424342UnknownUnknown
691234333434343Middletown & Hummelstown RailroadUnknown
692234433444344Valley Railroad (Connecticut)Essex, CTNumbered 601
693234533454345Coopersville and Marne RailwayCoopersville, MI
694234633464346UnknownUnknown
695234733474347UnknownUnknown
696234833484348Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PANumbered 308
697234933494349Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern RailroadPort Clinton, PANumbered 309
698235033504350Orange Empire Railway MuseumPerris, CANumbered 2350
700235233524352Middletown & Hummelstown RailroadMiddletown, PA
701235333534353Berkshire Scenic Railway MuseumLenox, MANumbered 453
702235433544354Grapevine Vintage RailroadGrapevine, TXRenumbered 207
703235533554355Grapevine Vintage RailroadGrapevine, TXRenumbered 209
704235633564356UnknownUnknown
705235733574357Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PANumbered 705
706235833584358UnknownUnknown
708236033604360UnknownUnknown
709236133614361Indiana Transportation MuseumNoblesville, IN
710236233624362Age of Steam RoundhouseByesville, OHLeased to Byesville Scenic
711236333634363Middletown and Hummelstown RailroadMiddletown, NYAwaiting Renovation
712236433644364Smokey Hill RailwayBelton, MONot confirmed
713236533654365Belton, Grandview and Kansas City RailroadBelton, MO
714236633664366Middletown and Hummelstown RailroadMiddletown, PA
715236733674367Grapevine Vintage RailroadGrapevine, TXRenumbered 208
 ???23??33??43??Huntsville Depot & MuseumHuntsville, ALLettered Southern 1397
 ???23??33??43??Penn Valley LinesNorthampton, PALettered PRR 1955
 ???23??33??43??Penn Valley LinesNorthampton, PALettered PRR 1961
 ???23??33??43??California Western RailroadFort Bragg, CANumbered 696
 ???23??33??43??California Western RailroadFort Bragg, CANumbered 697
 ???23??33??43??California Western RailroadFort Bragg, CANumbered 699
 ???23??33??43??Coopersville and Marne RailwayCoopersville, MINumbered 4445

Motor Units

Orig. No.DL&W No.EL No.OwnerLocationNotes
250035003500UnknownUnknown
250135013501NRHS - Horseshoe Curve ChapterAltoona, PA
250235023502UnknownUnknown
250335033503UnknownUnknown
250435043504UnknownUnknown
250535053505Steamtown National Historic SiteScranton, PA
250635063506UnknownUnknown
250735073507UnknownUnknown
250835083508UnknownUnknown
250935093509Stourbridge RailroadHonesdale, PA
251035103510UnknownUnknown
251135113511UnknownUnknown
251235123512UnknownUnknown
251435143514UnknownUnknown
251535153515UnknownUnknown
251635163516UnknownUnknown
251735173517UnknownUnknown
251835183518Florida Gulf Coast Railroad MuseumParrish, FLNumbered 3518
251935193519Stourbridge RailroadHonesdale, PA
252035203520UnknownUnknown
252135213521UnknownUnknown
252235223522UnknownUnknown
252335233523UnknownNorthumberland, Pa.This car is in Northumberland Yard, Pa. (owned by Norfolk Southern) on the buffalo line.
252435243524UnknownUnknown
252535253525UnknownUnknown
252635263526UnknownUnknown
252735273527UnknownUnknown
252835283528Conway Scenic RailroadBartlett, NHAwaiting restoration
252935293529UnknownUnknown
253035303530UnknownUnknown
253135313531UnknownUnknown
253235323532UnknownUnknown
253335333533NRHS - Horshoe Curve ChapterAltoona, PA
253435343534UnknownUnknown
253535353535UnknownUnknown
253735373537NRHS - Horshoe Curve ChapterAltoona, PA
253835383538Hobo RailroadLincoln, NHNumbered 1003
253935393539UnknownUnknown
254035403540UnknownUnknown
254135413541URHS - New JerseyHolland, NJ
254235423542UnknownUnknown
254335433543UnknownUnknown
254435443544UnknownUnknown
254535453545Mad River & NKP Railroad MuseumBellevue, OH
254635463546UnknownUnknown
254735473547Kentucky Railway MuseumLexington, KYDamaged in transit 2006, scrapped
254835483548Wilmington and Western RailroadMarshallton, DELettered PRSL 6795
254935493549Front Street Station (Restaurant)Northumberland, PABuilt into restaurant
255035503550UnknownUnknown
255135513551UnknownUnknown
255235523552UnknownUnknown
255335533553UnknownUnknown
255435543554UnknownUnknown
255635563556UnknownUnknown
255735573557PrivateCroton-North, NYUsed for Contractor Storage
255835583558UnknownUnknown
255935593559UnknownUnknown
256035603560UnknownUnknown
256135613561UnknownUnknown
256235623562Hobo RailroadLincoln, NHNumbered 1001
256335633563UnknownUnknown
256435643564UnknownUnknown
256535653565St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern RailwayJackson, MOIn Poor Condition
256635663566UnknownUnknown
256735673567Southern Railroad of New JerseyWinslow, NJ
256835683568Heber Valley RailroadHeber City, UT
256935693569UnknownUnknown
257035703570Conway Scenic RailroadConway, NHConverted to Dining Car in 1992.
257135713571Heber Valley RailroadHeber City, IT
257235723572Florida Gulf Coast Railroad MuseumParrish, FL
257335733573UnknownUnknown
257435743574UnknownUnknown
257535753575UnknownUnknown
257635763576UnknownUnknown
257735773577UnknownUnknown
257835783578UnknownUnknown
257935793579UnknownUnknown
258035803580UnknownUnknown
258135813581Pacific Southwest Railway MuseumCampo, CARenumbered 252
258235823582UnknownUnknown
258335833583Pacific Southwest Railway MuseumCampo, CARenumbered 251
258435843584Pacific Southwest Railway MuseumCampo, CARenumbered 254
258535853585Pacific Southwest Railway MuseumCampo, CARenumbered 253
258635863586Pacific Southwest Railway MuseumCampo, CARenumbered 250
258735873587UnknownUnknown
258835883588UnknownUnknown
258935893589Private OwnerPittsburg, PA
259035903590Everett RailroadDuncansville, PA
259135913591UnknownUnknown
259235923592UnknownUnknown
259335933593Heber Valley RailroadHeber City, UT
259435943594UnknownUnknown
259535953595UnknownUnknown
259635963596Stourbridge RailroadHonesdale, PA
259735973597UnknownUnknown
259935993599UnknownUnknown
260036004600Knox and KaneWaldwick, NJ
260136014601UnknownUnknown
260236024602UnknownUnknownTo Hartwell 1984; New Georgia #1201, 1985
260336034603UnknownUnknown
260436044604UnknownNorthumberland, Pa.This car is in Northumberland Yard, Pa. (owned by Norfolk Southern) on the buffalo line.
260536054605UnknownUnknown
260636064606UnknownUnknown
260736074607Everett RailroadClaysburg, PA
260836084608UnknownUnknown
260936094609UnknownUnknown
261036104610UnknownUnknown
261136114611UnknownUnknown
261236124612UnknownUnknown
261336134613UnknownUnknown
261436144614UnknownUnknown
261536154615Lebanon Mason Monroe RailroadLebanon, OHOne of the I&O coaches listed below
261636164616UnknownUnknown
261736174617Hobo RailroadLincoln, NHRenumbered 1002
261836184618UnknownUnknown
261936194619UnknownUnknown
262036204620UnknownUnknown
262136214621UnknownUnknown
262236224622UnknownUnknown
262336234623UnknownUnknown
262436244624PrivateCroton-North, NYUsed as Contractor Storage
262536254625Hobo RailroadLincoln, NHRenumbered 1004
262636264626UnknownUnknown
262736274627Alberta Prairie Railroad ExcursionsStettler, ABTo Hartwell 1984; New Georgia #1202, 1985
262836284628Rochester and Genesee Valley Railroad MuseumRochester, NY
262936294629UnknownUnknown
263036304630UnknownUnknown
263136314631UnknownUnknown
263236324632UnknownUnknown
263436344634UnknownUnknown
263536354635UnknownUnknown
263636364636UnknownUnknown
263736374637UnknownUnknown
263836384638UnknownUnknown
263936394639UnknownUnknown
264036404640UnknownUnknown
264136414641UnknownUnknown
 ???? ???? ????Front Street Station (Restaurant)Northumberland, PALettered PRR 1910
 ???? ???? ????Front Street Station (Restaurant)Northumberland, PAIn Storage
 ???? ???? ????Front Street Station (Restaurant)Northumberland, PAIn Storage
 ???? ???? ????New York and Lake Erie RailroadGowanda, NYNumber 5
 ???? ???? ????New York and Lake Erie RailroadGowanda, NYNumber 6
 ???? ???? ????New York and Lake Erie RailroadGowanda, NYNumber 7
 ???? ???? ????Hartwell RailroadHartwell, GANumber 101
 ???? ???? ????Hartwell RailroadAirline, GANumber 102
 ???? ???? ????Indiana and Ohio RailwayLebanon, OHNumber 101
 ???? ???? ????Indiana and Ohio RailwayLebanon, OHNumber 102
 ???? ???? ????Indiana and Ohio RailwayLebanon, OHNumber 103
 ???? ???? ????Indiana and Ohio RailwayLebanon, OHNumber 104
 ???? ???? ????Oil Creek and Titusville RailroadTitusville, PANumber 59
 ???? ???? ????Oil Creek and Titusville RailroadTitusville, PANumber 60
 ???? ???? ????Oil Creek and Titusville RailroadTitusville, PANumber 61
 ???? ???? ????Oil Creek and Titusville RailroadTitusville, PANumber 62
 ???? ???? ????Oil Creek and Titusville RailroadTitusville, PANumber 63
 ???? ???? ????Oil Creek and Titusville RailroadTitusville, PANumber 64
 ???? ???? ????Oil Creek and Titusville RailroadTitusville, PANumber 65
 ???? ???? ????Oil Creek and Titusville RailroadTitusville, PAIn Storage
 ???? ???? ????Kehde's Barbeque (Restaurant)Sedalia, MO1915 South Limit Avenue
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