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Photos Third Avenue Railway Passenger Cars 626 thru 685
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Third Avenue Railway
Passenger Cars 626 thru 685
626 thru 685 were built by TARS in 1938 and 1939. 42 went to Vienna, Austria, under the Marshall Plan. 40 cars went to Bombay and were rebuilt with narrower bodies and single motor trucks.
629 was rebuilt in 1949 when it became Wiener Stadtwerke Verkehrsbetriebe 4239. It was returned to the U.S. and was restored at Branford, where it is considered one of the best cars in the fleet.
631 was rebuilt in 1949 when it became WSV 4216. It was returned to the U.S. and was restored at Seashore Trolley Museum at Kennebunkport, ME.
634 was rebuilt in 1949 when it became WSV 4234.
636 was rebuilt in 1949 when it became WSV 4218.
638 was rebuilt in 1949 as WSV 4205.
640 was rebuilt in 1949 as WSV 4242.
641 was scrapped in 1951.
665 was rebuilt by WSV as 4203 in 1949.
678 was rebuilt by WSV as 4220 in 1949. It was returned to the U.S. 1971 and was restored at National Capital Trolley Museum.
681 was rebuilt by WSV as 4231 in 1949.
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