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Columbia Park & Southwestern Ry

Trolleyville USA

Gerald E. Brookins Museum of Electric Railways

 

9 was built by Brill in 1908 as Compania de Luz Fuerza y Traccion de Veracruz 9.  It went to Trolleyville in Ohio in 1961 and sent to Lake Shore Electric Museum in 2006.  It was sold to Fort Smith Trolley Museum in 2009.

19 was built by Brill in 1914 as Veracruz 19. It went to Trolleyville in Ohio in 1961 and sent to Lake Shore Electric Museum in 2006.  It was sold to Illinois Railway Museum in December 2009.

36 was built by Stephenson in 1903 at Aurora Elgin & Chicago 36. It went to Trolleyville in 1962 and sold to IRM in December 2009..

63 was built by St. Louis Car in July 1947, #1660, as Twin City Rapid Transit 352.  It was purchased in 1953 as Shaker Heights Rapid Transit 63 and was converted to MU operation.  It was donated to Trolleyville in 1985 and send to Lake Shore Electric Ry in 2006.  It was sold to Illinois Railway Museum in December 2009.

71 was built by Pullman in 1947 as Shaker Heights Rapid Transit 71.

100 was built by American Car in 1914 as Southern Iowa Ry 100. One end was rebuilt after a collision. It was sold to Trolleyville in 1968.

101 was built by American Car in 1915 as SIRy 102. It was sold to Trolleyville in 1968.

102 of unknown origin came from the SIRy in 1968..

302 was built by St Louis Car in 1923, #1308, as Aurora Elgin & Fox River Electric Co 302. In 1936 it was sold to Cleveland Interurban/Shaker Heights Rapid Transit as 302 and in 1954 it was sold to Gerald Brookins for Trolleyviile.

303 was built by St Louis Car in 1923, #1308, as AE&FRECo 303. In 1936 it was sold to CI/SHRT as 303 in in 1934 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 1923, #1308, 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 1923, #1308, 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 IRM where it is being restored as AE&FRECo 306.

319 was built by Jewett Car in 1914 as Chicago Aurora & Elgin 319.

409 was built by Pullman in 1923 as CA&E 409.  It was sold to IRM in December 2009.

451 was built by St Louis Car Co in October 1945 as CA&E 451.

460 was built by St. Louis Car in October 1945 as CA&E 460.

OX was built by Kuhlman Car Co in 1924, #823, as Michigan Rys 202.  It was sold as Northern Ohio Traction & Light Co 1078 in 1929 and sold to Cleveland Interurban/Shaker Heights Rapid Transit as X78 in 1932.  It was renamed OX in 1949 and acquired by Trolleyville in 1984.  It went to Lake Shore Electric Ry in 2006 and sold to Northern Ohio Ry Museum in 2009.

 

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