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Iowa & Illinois Ry.
Davenport & Muscatine Ry.
Clinton Davenport & Muscatine Ry.
20 was built by St Louis Car Co for an unknown Tri-Cuty Ry & Light Co car. It was rebuilt by TCRL in 1923 as CD&M 20 and rebuilt by CD&M as 23 in 1926. It was retired in 1940.
34 was built by St Louis Car Co for an unknown TCRL car. It was rebuilt by TCRL in 1924 as CD&M 34 and retired in 1940.
55 was built by Differential Steel Car Co. It was sold as Mason City Brick and Tile Co no number in 1940 and scrapped in 1956.
56 was built by Differential Steel Car Co. It was rebuilt without cabs and MCB&T Co no number.
77 was built by Baldwin on April 19, 1906, #28042, as Hoboken RR Warehouse & Steamship Connecting Co 3. It was sold as CD&M 77 in July 1930 and resold as Capitol Transit Co 054 in 1940. It was scrapped in 1950.
83 was built by the I&I in 1912 from parts of their locomotive 1 which was originally built in 1904. It was numbered 83 and then became CD&M 83 when the I&I and the D&M merged in 1916. In 1919 it went to the Mason City & Clear Lake Ry as 3. In 1945, the cab burned and it was rebuilt as 51 and went to the Iowa Terminal 51 who used it for a short time only.
99 was built by TCRL. It was retired in 1940.
101 was built by Stephenson Car Co in 1904 as I&I 101. It was retired in 1940.
102 was built by Stephonson Car Co in 1904 as I&I 11, It was rebuilt in 1924 as CD&M 102 and retired in 1940.
501 was built by Niles Car Co in 1912 as D&M 404. It was rebuilt in 1921 as 501and retired in 1939.
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