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Missouri-Kansas-Texas

Cabooses

 

1 was used in local service.

5 was a transfer caboose.

7 was built by American Car & Foundry Co in 1949.

23 was built by American Car & Foundry Co in 1949.  It was rebuilt as 211 in 1949 and retired on June 1, 1989

45.

48 was at the railroad museum at San Antonio.

61.

71.

100 was built by International Car Co in 1966.

104 was built by International Car Co in 1966.

115 was built by International Car Co in 1966.  It is preserved at Denison.

129 was built by Darby Car Co in 1966.  It is preserved at the Texas State RR.

133 was built by Darby Car Co in 1966.

137 was built by International Car Co in 1966.

140 was built by International Car Co in 1966.  It is preserved at Temple, TX.

141 was built by International Car Co in 1966.  It is preserved at Denison, TX.

142 was built by International Car Co in 1966.

204 was built in 1949 and rebuilt in 1981.

209 was built in 1949 and rebuilt in 1981.

211 was built in 1949 and rebuilt in 1981.

212 was built in 1949 and rebuilt in  1981.

213 was built by American Car & Foundry Co in 1949.  It was rebuilt in 1981 and retired on June 1, 1989.

215 is preserved at Denison, TX.

342 was acquired by John Brigham and placed outside his hobby shop for several years. Unfortunately arsonists torched it.

823.

"69X" was built by International Car Co in 1973, as Baltimore & Ohio C3734 .  It was renumbered as 903734 in 1980 and sold to a museum at LaGrange, TX.  It has been displayed as MKT 69X.

 

 

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