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Oklahoma Trolley Lines

 

Canadian County Historical Society

145 was built by Brill in March 1924, #22010, as Philadelphia & Western Ry 60.  It was rebuilt as 165 in 1931 and became Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Co 165 in 1948.  It became Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 165 in 1970 and retired on August 23, 1986.  It was sold to Keokuk Junction Ry in 1991 and modified as Trans-Mississippi Trolley 165.  In 1995 it was sold to El Reno and rebuilt from electric to propane power.  The car was rebuilt and renumbered 145.


Northeast Oklahoma Ry.

1 was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in December, 1919, #52669. It was sold in 1940 by Cedar Rapids & Iowa City as 56, and then sold to the Kansas City Kaw Valley RR as 506 in 1954. In 1963 it became Iowa Terminal RR 52. It burned November 24, 1967.

2 was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in May,1921, #54748. It was sold in 1940 by CR&IC as 57, and then sold to the KCKV as 505 in 1954. In 1963 it became IAT 51.

100 "Plankasha" was built by American Car on August 1912, #937, as one of 4 cars from Nashville-Gallatin Interurban Ry, It was purchased in 1921 and retired in 1939.


Oklahoma Railways

We have a full page on this system.


Pittsburg County Ry.

35 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1920, #2535.  It was scrapped in 1947.

52 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in 1921, #2565.  It was scrapped in 1947.


Sand Springs Ry.

This is a former traction line.


Sapulpa Trolley & Railway

375 was apparently built by Wason Car Co in 1919 as either a Danbury or Peekskill car.  It was sold as Tulsa Street Ry 378 in 1927.  It became United Service Co 375 in 1929 and retired in 1933.  It was restored as ST&R 375 in 1997.


Tulsa-Sapulpa Union Ry.

We have a full page on this system.


Tulsa Street Ry.

United Service Co.

205 was built by American Car Co in August 1907

375 was apparently built by Wason Car Co in 1919 as either a Danbury or Peekskill car.  It was sold as TSRy 378 in 1927.  It became United Service Co 375 in 1929 and retired in 1933.  It was restored as Sapulpa Trolley & Railway 375 in 1997.

 

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