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1, HL20, was built by Plymouth in October 1926, #2452.

7 was built as an electric locomotive by General Electric in March 1915, #5068, as University of Michigan no number. In 1949 it was sold to the Warwick Ry as100 who rebuilt it as a diesel switcher 100 in 1954. In August 1959 it became Strasburg RR 100. It was rebuilt in 1960 as 7 and retired in November 1963. It was scrapped in 1977 and parts were sold to the Middletown & Hummelstown RR.

10 is lettered for Lancaster Oxford & Southern. It served for several years in the 1970s on the Wolfborough RR in New Hampshire.

20 was built by Brill-Mack in November 1921, #21368, 60005, as Lewisburg Milton & Watsonburg Passenger Ry. 20. On November 30, 1928, it became Pennsylvania RR 4738. On January 14, 1931, it was sold to the Artemus-Jellico Ry as 1. In 1941 it became Buffalo Creek & Gauley "A". It was sold ub Milton in 1967 and came to the Strasburg as 20 in 1977.

31 was built by Baldwin in August 1908, #32894, as Grand Trunk 118, Class F. It was renumbered 1708 in September 1919. In January 1923 it became Canadian National 1708, Class O-9-a, and renumbered 7157 in April 1923.  It was renumbered 7240 in February 1952 and renumbered 7312 in January 1957.  It was purchased by L Swearer in October 1959 and leased by Strasburg in October 1959 and the middle digits became its number.  It was sold as Strasburg 31 in October 1968.

33, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in July 1948, #29964, as Pennsylvania RR 9331, Class GS-4.  It was sold as Strasburg 33 in 1966 and restored as PRR 9331

89 was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in February 1910, #922, as Grand Trunk RR 1017, Class E-8. It was later rebuilt as 1009, Class E-12, and became Canadian National 911, Class E-10-a, in 1923. It was renumbered 89 in 1951 and sold to Edaville in September 1961.  It was sold to the Green Mountain RR as 89 on April 1, 1965, and in June 1972 it was sold as Strasburg 89.

90 was built by Baldwin in June 1924, #57812, as Great Western Ry 90. It came east in 1967 from Colorado.

475 was built by Baldwin in 1906, #28343, and was formerly Norfolk & Western 475, Class M.

Thomas the Tank Engine 1 was built by H K Porter in March 1917, #5966, as Mesta Machine Works 4.  It was sold as Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal 15 and sold as South Appalachia Ry 15 in 1965.  It was sold as Toledo Lake Erie & Western 15 in 1975 and rebuilt at SRR as Thomas the Tank Engine 1 in 1998.

206 was built by Pullman Car Co in 1920 as Delaware Lackawanna & Western 687, an electric multiple unit car.  It was renumbered 2339 in 1930 and became Erie-Lackawanna 3339 in 1961.  It became Consolidated Railroad Corp 3339 in April 1976 and became New Jersey Transit 4339 in 1983.  It was sold as Strasburg RR 206 and rebuilt as Fort Worth & Western 206 in 1992.  It was assigned as Grapevine Vintage RR 207 in 2005.

207 was built by Pullman Car Co in 1920 as DL&W 702, an EMU.  It was renumbered 2354 in 1930 and became E-L 3354 in 1961.  It became Conrail 3354 in April 1976 and became NJT 4354 in 1983.  It was sold as Strasburg 207 and rebuilt as FWWR 207 in 1992.  It was assigned as GVRR 207 in 2005.

208 was built by Pullman Car Co in 1920 as DL&W 715, an EMU.  It was renumbered 2367 in 1930 and became E-L 3367 in 1961.  It became Conrail 3367 in April 1976 and became NJT 4367 in 1983.  It was sold as Strasburg 208 and rebuilt as FWWR 207 in 1992.  It was assigned as GVRR 208 in 2005.

209 was built by Pullman Car Co in 1920 as DL&W 703, an EMU.  It was renumbered 2355 in 1930 and became E-L 3355 in 1961.  It became Conrail 3355 in April 1976 and became NJT 4355 in 1983.  It was sold as Strasburg 209 and rebuilt as FWWR 209 in 1992.  It was assigned as GVRR 209 in 2005.

 

150 is a hopper.

05 iw a tank car.

This Differential dump car lost its number.

The terminal area.

Car storage.

 

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