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Older Cars

United Railways & Electric 264 was built by Brownell in 1900 as 814.  It was renumbered 1814 in 1905 and renumbered 1944 in 1907.  It was renumbered 264 in 1910.  It was restored in 1935 and given to Maryland Historical Society in 1954.  It was sent to Baltimore Streetcar Museum in 1968.

Baltimore City Passenger Ry 417 was built by BCPRy in 1885 as a horse car.  It became a cable trailer and electrified as UR&E 427 in 1895.  It was renumbered 417 in 1907 and renumbered 2302 in 1899.  It was converted as work car 4732 in 1910 and preserved in 1935.  It was given to Maryland Historical Society in 1954 and was sent to Baltimore Streetcar Museum in 1968.

Baltimore Traction Co 554 was built by Brownell in 1896.  It became United Railways & Electric 164 in 1899 and renumbered 1264 in 1911.  It became snow scraper 3390 in 1925 and restored as open car 554 in 1935.  It was given to Maryland Historical Society in 1954 and went to Baltimore Streetcar Museum in 1968,

Baltimore Consolidated Ry 1050 was built by Brownell in 1898.  It became United Railways & Electric 1050 in 1899 and renumbered 2135 in 1902.  In 1910 it was renumbered 390 and 396 in 1912.  It was rebuilt as 2801 in 1917 and became work car 3651 in 1925.  It was restored in 1935 and was given to Maryland Historical Society in 1954.  It went to Baltimore Streetcar Museum in 1968,

 

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