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Duluth Street Ry.

Duluth-Superior Traction Co.

Duluth-Superior Transit Co.

78 was built by Laclede Car Co in 1893.  It was retired in 1911 and the body was recovered in 1971 for restoration.

213, Class K-8, was built by Twin City Rapid Transit at Snelling Shops in June 1909/  It was rebuilt as one-man in 1928 and the body was sold in 1940.

229 , Class L-8, was built by TCRT at Snelling Shops in May 1911.  It was rebuilt as one-man in 1929 and the body was sold in 1940.

256 was built by TCRT at 31st Street Shop in May 1909 as Twin City Rapid Transit  869.  It was rebuilt as D-STCo 256 double end for use on the Highland line in December 1912 and retired in 1939.

266, Class L-8, was built at Snelling Shop in December 1915, as TCRT 1792, Class L-8.  It was transferred to D-STCo as 266, Class L-8, in May 1916.  It was rebuilt as one-man in 1930 and the body was sold in 1939.

268, Class L-8, was built at Snelling Shop in November 1914 as TCRT 1719, Class L-8.. It was transferred to D-STCo as 268, Class L-8, in July 1916. It was rebuilt as a one man car in 1930. It was sold as a complete car to Duluth Missabe & Iron Range W59 in June 1939 and was rebuilt as a diesel electric motor car for crew transfer.

2 was built by Duluth St Ry in 1903.  It was retired in 1939.

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