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Don's Rail Photos

Brooklyn & Queens Transit

8000 series Peter Witts

8051 was built by Brill Co in April 1923, #21796.

8102 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1923, #1310.  It was designated as a "Speed Car".

8104 was built by St. Louis Car Co in 1923, #1310.  It was designated as a "Speed Car".

8107 was built by St. Louis Car in 1923, #1310.  It was designated as "Speed Car".

8111 was built by St. Louis Car in 1923, #1310.  It was designated as "Speed Car"  and was acquired by Branford Trolley Museum in 1952.

8117 was built by St. Louis Car in 1923, #1310.  It was designated as "Speed Car". 

8123 was built by St. Louis Car in 1923, #1310. It was designated as "Speed Car". 

8141 was built by St. Louis Car in 1923, #1310. It was designated as "Speed Car". 

8156 was built by St. Louis Car in 1923, #1310.  It was designated as "Speed Car."

8173 was built by St. Louis Car in 1923, #1310.

8194 was built by St. Louis Car in 1923, #1310.

8200 thru 8299 were built by St. Louis in 1925.

8300 thru 8449 were built by Brill in 1925, #22610.  8361 was acquired by Trolley Museum of New York in 1955

8450 thru 8534 were built by Osgood-Bradley in 1925. 8500 thru 8534 were "Speed Cars" and were converted to single end operation. They had a turnstile and treadle operated center door retrofitted. They could not be operated in revenue service as double enders, but controls remained in the number 2 end for shop and service moves. They were just as fast as the speed 8100s, but lacked an air gong which all the speed 8100s had.

 

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