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Branford Electric Ry.
34 was built by Jackson & Sharp in 1899, #1249, as Lynchburg Traction & Light Co 34. It was sold as Five Mile Beach Electric Ry 34 in 1929 and sold to BERA in 1946. It has been restored as LT&L 34.
0245 was Connecticut Co 0245. It was acquired as BERA 0245 and was apparently scrapped.
Wood Closed Cars.
Steel Closed Cars.
Freight and Non-revenue Equipment.
Danbury & Bethel Street Ry.
44 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1919, #1188, as St Louis Car Co no number demonstrator. It was sold as D&BSRy 44 in 1919 and sold as Bush Terminal RR 1 in 1927. It was retired in 1933.
1 was built by General Electric in 1893, #1437, for General Electric for the Columbian Exposition. It was sold as MRR 1 in 1893 and became New York New Haven & Hartford RR 1. It was rebuilt by GE in 1901, #1607, and sold as Joe Cushing RR 1 in 1905. It was purchased by GE for preservation in 1948 and given to National Museum of Transportation in 1964.
Shore Line Electric Ry.
5 was built by Jewett Car Co in 1910.
7 was built by Jewett Car Co in 1910. When that line abandoned in 1920, it came to Iowa as Charles City Western Ry 53. It was scrapped in 1954.
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