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Photos Third Avenue Railway Single Truck Passenger Cars
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Third Avenue Railway
Single Truck Passenger Cars
32 was built by LaClede in 1892 as a cable car. It was electrified in 1899 and was taken over by Metropolitan Street Ry in 1900 and renumbered. In 1907 it was returned to TARS and renumbered 234. It was converted to a slot scraper in 1908 and renumbered 32 in 1924. It was scrapped June 27, 1947.
33 was built by LaClede in 1893 as cable car 20 and was electrified in 1899 and renumbered 220. It was taken over by MstRy in 1900 and returned to TARS in 1907 when it was renumbered 275. It was converted to a slot scraper in 1908 and renumbered 33 in 1924. It was donated to the Branford trolley museum in 1948 and has been restored to its original electric number, 220.
1651 was built by Bradley in 1919 for the Westchester Street RR as 306. It was transferred to TARS and rebuilt as 1651 in 1926. It was probably sold to San Juan, PR, in 1942.
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