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Motor Cars

M.102 was built by McKeen Motor Car Co in 1910, #105, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe M.102.  It was sold as UP M-25 in October 1922 and retired in December 1944.

M-41 was built by Brill in November 1928, #22677. It was retired in September 1958 and was donated to Stapleton, NE, but was scrapped in 1961.

DC-3 was built by Brill in 1928, #22749, as Detroit & Mackinac 201.  It was rebuilt and sold to TeleDetector Co and resold as UP DC-3.  It was retired in December 1986.

DC-4 was built by American Car & Foundry in 1954 as 5814, postal storage car.  It was retired in September 1970 and became 903675, tool car, in 1973.  It was rebuilt Teleweld Inc in 1975 as DC-4, rail detector car.  It was retired in November 1988 and sold to West Virginia Central as 4.

EC-4 was built before January 1999.  It was completed in February 2001.

EC-5 was built by Plasser and Theurer in 2005, #159.

This McKeen motor is unknown and the picture has been used with other lettering.  One was the Charles City Western as an example.


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