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St. Louis 1940 PCCs

2034 was built by St Louis Car in February 1941, #1625.  It was wrecked in the subway and scrapped in October 1972.

2036 was built by St Louis Car in February 1941, #1625.  It was scrapped in March 1982.

2037 was built by St Louis Car in February 1941, #1625.  It was scrapped in 1973.

2040 was built by St Louis Car in February 1941, #1625.  It was destroyed in the Woodland Carbarn fire in October 1975.

2045 was built by St Louis Car in February 1941, #1625.  It was scrapped in April 1972.

2046 was built by St Louis Car in February 1941, #1625.  It was destroyed in the Woodland Carbarn fire in October 1975.

2052 was built by St Louis Car in February 1941, #1625.  It was scrapped in 1982.

2059 was built by St Louis Car in February 1941, #1625.  It was scrapped in 1982.

2061 was built by St Louis Car in February 1941, #1625,  It was scrapped in March 1982.

2070 was built by St Louis Car in February 1941, #1625. It was destroyed in the Woodland Carbarn fire in October 1975.

2083 was built by St Louis Car in April 1942, #1625.  It was wrecked on March 13, 1967, and scrapped.

2087 was built by St Louis Car in April 1942, #1625.  It was scrapped in 1979.

2516 was built by St Louis Car Co in December 1940, #1625.  It was scrapped in 1970.

2550 was built by St Louis Car Co in January 1941, #1625.  It was wrecked in a collision at Franford and Torresdale on April 5, 1973.  It was scrapped in May 1973.

2558 was built by St Louis Car Co in January 1941, #1625.  It was scrapped in 1981.

 

 

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