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Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee

Coaches 700s

700 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in May 1923, #2635.

701 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in May 1923, #2635.

702 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in May 1923, #2635.

703 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in May 1923, #2635.

704 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in May 1923, #2635.

705 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in May 1923, #2635.  It was modernized in 1959.

706 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in May 1923, #2635.

708 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1924, #2725. 

709 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1924, #2725.  It was sold to Branford Trolley Museum in 1963.

710 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1924,#2725.  It was purchased by American Museum of Electricity in 1963 and resold to Connecticut Trolley Museum in 1972.

711 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1924, #2725. 

712 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1924, #2725. 

714 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It is modernized in 1939 and preserved in 1963 by the Illinois Railway Museum.

715 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It is modernized in 1939 and purchased by Mid-Continent Railroad Museum in 1963.  It was sold to Wisconsin Electric Railway Museum in 1967 and then sold to Fox River Trolley Museum in 1988.

716 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

717 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

718 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

719 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

720 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was wrecked at Kenosha on February 23, 1930, and rebuilt for limited service.  It was modernized in 1939.

721 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

723 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

724 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

725 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

726 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was wrecked at Kenosha on February 23, 1930, and rebuilt for limited service.  It was modernized in 1939.

727 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939 and sold to Iowa Chapter, National Railway Historical Society in 1963.  It became Iowa Terminal RR 102 in 1967 and acquired to Iowa Trolley Museum in 1987.  It was restored to some extent as CNS&M 727 and apparently returned to Iowa Terminal RR.

728 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

729 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

730 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was wrecked at Kenosha on February 23, 1930, and rebuilt for limited service.  It was modernized in 1939.

731 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

732 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

733 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1926, #2890.  It was modernized in 1939.

735 was built by Jewett Car Co in 1917 as 405, parlor-diner.  It was rebuilt by Cincinnati Car in 1926 as 735 and modernized in 1940.  It was rebuilt after an accident with the end from car 155 in 1955.

736 was built by Jewett Car Co in 1917 as 406, parlor-diner.  It was rebuilt by Cincinnati Car in 1926 as 735 and modernized in 1940. 

737 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940 and rebuilt as Silverliner on June 30, 1950.

738 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940 and rebuilt as Silverliner on July 28, 1950.

739 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940 and rebuilt as Silverliner on August 31, 1950.

740 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940 and rebuilt as Silverliner on August 31, 1950.

741 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940.

742 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940 and rebuilt as Silverliner in October 1951.

743 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940.

744 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940.

745 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was wrecked at Burlington Road, Kenosha, on February 23, 1930, but it was not scrapped until August 1941.

746 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940 and rebuilt as Silverliner on December 6, 1951.

747 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940.

748 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940.

749 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940 and acquired by Illinois Railway Museum in 1963.

750 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940 and rebuilt as Silverliner on December 19, 1952.

751 was built by Pullman in 1928.  It was modernized in 1940.

752 was built by Standard Steel Car in 1930.  It was modernized in 1940.

753 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1944 and rebuilt as Silverliner in January 1955.

754 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1947 and rebuilt as Silverliner on September 29, 1950.

755 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was rebuilt as Silverliner on May 9, 1950, and sold to Seashore Trolley Museum in 1963.

756 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930,  It was rebuilt as Silverliner on April 25, 1950, and sold to Railway Equipment Leasing & Investment Corp in 1963.  It was transferred to Fox River Trolley Museum in 1984.

757 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930,    It was modernized in 1949 and rebuilt as Silverline on March 16, 1956.  It was sold to Wisconsin Electric Railway Historical Society in 1963 and resold to Illinois Railway Museum in 1988.

758 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1945 and rebuilt as Silverliner on October 17, 1952.

759 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1949.

760 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1945 and rebuilt as Silverliner on September 23, 1952.

761 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1949 and rebuilt as Silverliner in October 11, 1957.

762 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in-1949 and rebuilt as Silverliner in November 12, 1956.

763 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1949 and rebuilt as Silverliner in March 20, 1958.  It was sold to Wisconsin Electric Railway Historical Society in 1963 and resold to Illinois Railway Museum in 1988.

764 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1950 and rebuilt as Silverliner on July 22, 1955.

765 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930,  It was wrecked August 9, 1932, at State Line Road and was scrapped finally in August 1941.

766 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1949 and rebuilt as Silverliner on May 8, 1950,

767 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1949 and rebuilt as Silverliner on June 7, 1956.

768 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1949 and rebuilt as Silverliner on June 24, 1958.

769 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1950 and rebuilt as Silverliner on July 20, 1956.

770 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1945 and rebuilt as Silverliner on August 28, 1952.

771 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1942 and rebuilt as Silverliner on January 14, 1955.

772 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1950.

773 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1942 and rebuilt as Silverliner on April 15, 1955.

774 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930,  It was rebuilt as Silverliner on May 9, 1950.

775 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was modernized in 1950 and rebuilt as Silverliner on October 8, 1956.

776 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1930.  It was rebuilt as Silverliner on April 25, 1950.

 

 

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