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Indiana Railroad

City and Suburban Cars

 

10 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in January 1905, #325, as Lebanon & Thornton Traction Co 15 "Dorothy".  It was sold to Terre Haute Indianapolis & Eastern as 10 in 1926 and became IRR 10 in 1931 for a short time.

31 thru 45 were built by Brill in 1918, #20760, for Brooklyn City RR.  They were sold Terre Haute Indianapolis & Eastern Traction 800 thru 814 in 1923. They became IRR 31 thru 45 in 1931 and were retired in 1938.

59 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1922 #1258, as Union Traction Co 59.  It became IRR 59 in 1930 and sold as Marion Railways 10 in 1933.  It was scrapped in 1947.

68 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1923, #1290, as UTCo 68.  It became IRR 68 in 1930 and sold as Marion Railways 1 in 1933.  It was scrapped in 1947.

73 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1923, #1290, as UTCo 73.  It became IRR 73 in 1930 and sold as MRys 5 in 1933.  It was scrapped in 1947.

75 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1923, #1290, as UTCo 75.  It became IRR 75 in 1930 and sold as MRys 6 in 1933.  It was scrapped in 1947.

86 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1922, #1258, as a Detroit Department Street Ry car.  It was sold as UTCo 86 in 1924 and became IRR 86 in 1930.  It was sold as MRys 17 in 1933 and scrapped in 1947.

88 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1922, #1258, as a DDSR car.  It was sold as UTCo 88 in 1930.  It was sold as MRys 16 in 1933 and scrapped in 1947.

200 thru 205 were built by Kuhlman in 1927 as Interstate Public Service 261 thru 266 for Louisville suburban service. They were renumbered in 1930. Five cars were sold to Portland Traction Co as 4001 thru 4005 in 1940.

202 was built by Kuhlman Car Co in 1927, #924, as IPS 263..  It became IRR 202 in 1930 and sold as PTC 4001 in 1940.  It was acquired by Northern California Trolley Museum in 1959 and Western Railway Museum in 1960.  It was restored as IRR 202.

203 was built by Kuhlman Car Co in 1927, #924, as IPS 264.  It became IRR 203 in 1930 and sold to PTCo in 1940.

204 was built by Kuhlman Car Co in 1927, #924. as IPS 265.  It became IRR 204 in 1930 and sold to PTCo in 1940.

207 thru 212 were built by Cincinnati Car in August 1912, #1670, as Union Traction 207 thru 212. They were last used in Anderson and retired in 1937.

211 was built by Cincinnati Car in August 1912, #1670, as Union Traction 211.  It was retired in 1937.

459 thru  463 were built by American Car Co in November 1918, #1158. as Terre Haute Indianapolis & Eastern 459 thru 463

2nd 464 was built by American Car Co in November 1918, #1158, as THI&E 2nd 464,

465 thru 1st 473 were built by American Car Co in November 1918, #1158, as THI&E 465 thru 1st 473..

2nd 473 was built by American Car Co in April 1918, #11330, as Louisville & Indiana Southern Traction Co 82.  It was sold as IRR 473 in 1936.

1st 474 was built by American Car Co in November 1918, #1158,. as THI&E 1st 474.

2nd 474 was built by American Car Co in April 1918, #11330, as L&ISTCo 89.  It was sold as IRR 474 in 1936.

475 thru 1st 486 were built by American Car Co in November 1918, #1158 as THI&E 475 thru 1st 486..

2nd 486 was built by American Car Co in April 1918, #11330, as L&ISTCo 90.  It was sold as IRR 486 in 1936.

487 thru 488 were built by American Car Co in November 1918, #1158, as THI&E 487 thru 488.

489 was built by American Car Co in November 1918, #1158, as THI&E 1st 464.  It was wrecked enroute and rebuilt by THI&E in 1919 as 489.

490 thru 514 were built by American Car Co in December 1919, #1228 as THI&E 490 thru 514..

515 thru 524 were built by American Car Co in November 1920, #1273, as THI&E 515 thru 524.

525 thru 534 were second hand cars.  It would appear that they were Illinois Power & Light Co built by American Car Co in October 1920, #1264. and sold to THI&E in 1923.

 

 

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