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Cleveland Interurban Railroad

Shaker Heights Rapid Transit

 

Lightweight Cars

 

60 was built by Cincinnati Car in 1929 as Indianapolis & Southeastern Traction 260. It replaced the heavy-weight cars which became TMER&L 1180 series. In 1933 it was sold to Inter-City Rapid Transit as 260 and in 1941 it was sold to SHRT as 60. In 1949 it was sold to Ed Tennyson and leased to Milwaukee Rapid Transit & Speedrail as 60 and was scrapped in 1952.

61 was built by Cincinnati Car in 1928 as I&SE 235. In 1933 it was sold to ICRT as 235 and in 1941 it was sold to SHRT as 61. In 1949 it was sold to Ed Tennyson and leased to Speedrail as 61 and was scrapped in 1952.

62 was built by Cincinnati Car in 1928 as I&SE 245. In 1933 it was sold to ICRT as 245 and in 1941 it was sold to SHRT as 62. In 1949 it was sold to Ed Tennyson and leased to Speedrail as 62 and was scrapped in 1952.

63 was built by Cincinnati Car in 1928 as I&SE 200. In 1933 it was sold to ICRT as 200 and in 1941 it was sold to SHRT as 63. In 1949 it was sold to Ed Tennyson and leased to Speedrail as 63 and was scrapped in 1952. It made the final runs on both the ICRT and Speedrail.

64 was built by Cincinnati Car in 1928 as I&SE 240. In 1933 it was sold to ICRT as 240 and in 1941 it was sold to SHRT as 64. In 1949 it was sold to Ed Tennyson and leased to Speedrail as 64. It was damaged in a collision with 1121 on September 5, 1950, and was retired. It was scrapped in 1952.

65 was built by Cincinnati Car in 1928 as I&SE 230. In 1933 it was sold to ICRT as 230 and in 1941 it was sold to SHRT as 65. In 1949 it was sold to Ed Tennyson and leased to Speedrail as 65 where it originally operated with a modified Shaker Heights paint scheme. When repainted, the Speedrail logo was omitted. It was scrapped in 1952.

300 was built by St Louis Car in 1924 as Aurora Elgin & Fox River Electric Co 300. In 1936 it was sold to CI/SHRT as 300 and to Speedrail in May 1950 as 300. It was scrapped in 1952.

301 was built by St Louis Car in 1924 as AE&FRECo 301. In 1936 it was sold to CI/SHRT as 301 and to Speedrail in May 1950. It was scrapped in 1952.

302 was built by St Louis Car in 1924 as AE&FRECo 302. In 1936 it was sold to CI/SHRT as 302 and in 1954 it was sold to Gerald Brookins for the Columbia Park & Southwestern aka Trolleyville.

303 was built by St Louis Car in 1924 as AE&FRECo 303. In 1936 it was sold to CI/SHRT as 303 and in 1954 it was sold to CP&SW as 303.  It was sold to Northern Ohio Railway Museum in 2009.

304 was built by St Louis Car in 1924 as AE&FRECo 304. In 1936 it was sold to CI/SHRT as 304 and in 1954 it was sold to CP&SW as 304. It was sold to Fox River Trolley Museum in 2009.

306 was built by St Louis Car in 1924 as AE&FRECo 306. In 1936 it was sold to CI/SHRT as 306 and in 1954 it was sold to CP&SW as 306. It later was transferred to the Illinois Railway Museum where it is being restored as AE&FRECo 306.

 

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