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Los Angeles Railway

Los Angeles Transit Lines

Type G City Cars

1005, Type G, was built by American Car Co in 1920, #1250.  It was converted as 9010, fare box car, in August 1931 and was scrapped in 1946,

1023, Type G, was built by American Car Co in 1920, #1250.  It was scrapped in 1946.

1030, Type G-1, was built by St Louis Car Co in 1920, #1218,  It was retired in 1946 and the body was sold to R E Younghans.  It was preserved by Electric Railway Historical Association and acquired by Angeleno Heights Trolley Line in 2002 with the purpose of operation and restoration.

1032, Type G-1, was built by St Louis Car Co in 1920, #1218.  It was scrapped in 1946.

1035, Type G-1, was built by St Louis Car Co in 1920, #1218.  It was scrapped in 1946.

1037, Type G-1, was built by St Louis Car Co in 1920, #1218.  It was retired in 1946 and the body went to Orange Empire Railway Museum.  It then went to a spaghetti restaurant.

1048, Type G, was built by American Car Co in 1921, #1285.  It was scrapped in 1946.

1054, Type G, was built by American Car Co in 1921, #1285.  It was scrapped in 1946,

1055, Type G, was built by American Car Co in 1921, #1285.  It was scrapped in 1946.

1057, Type G, was built by American Car Co in 1921, #1285.  It was retired in 1946 and went to a spaghetti restaurant at Oceanside, CA.

1068, Type G. was built by American Car Co in 1921, #1285.  It was converted as 9006, money car, on June 8, 1929, and was scrapped in 1946.

 

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