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Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee

Merchandise Dispatch Cars

200 was built by Jewett in 1909 as combine. In January 1917 it was converted to a merchandise dispatch cars by removing the seating and adding doors at the former passenger end of the cars. 200 was retired in 1939 and sold for scrap in 1945.

201 was built by Jewett in 1909 as combine. In January 1917 it was converted to a merchandise dispatch cars by removing the seating and adding doors at the former passenger end of the cars.  It was converted to plow use in 1937. It was retired in 1947 and scrapped in 1948.

202 was built by Jewett in 1909 as combine. In January 1917 it was converted to a merchandise dispatch cars by removing the seating and adding doors at the former passenger end of the cars. . In 1936 it was converted to use as a supply car. In August 1946 it was sold to Chicago Hardware Foundry where the body was used as a storage shed for several years.

203 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445. and followed the pattern of the earlier cars.  It was retired in 1943 and sold to Chicago Hardware Foundry in 1953 who numbered it 2nd 240.

204 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445.  It was retired in 1945.

205 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445.  It was retired in 1943.

206 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445.  It was retired in 1945.

207 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445. It was converted to a tool car in 1942 and was retired and sold for scrap in 1948.

208 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445.  It was retired in 1947.

209 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445.  It was retired in 1947.

210 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445.  It was retired in 1948.

211 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445.  It was retired in 1948.

212 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445.  It was retired in 1948.

213 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445.  It was rebuilt as an ice cutter in 1940. It was retired in 1955 and sold to CHF as 242.  It was donated to Illinois Railway Museum in 1964.

214 was built by Cincinnati Car in March 1920, #2445.  It was retired in 1948.

215 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  The loading doors from the ends to the center.  It was demotorized and used as a tool car.

216 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was rebuilt in 1948 as a tool car. It was sold to Iowa Terminal RR as 31 in 1963. On November 24, 1967, it burned.

217 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was demotorized to be used as a caboose and later rebuilt as sleet cutter.

218 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605. It was demotorized to be used as a caboose and later rebuilt as sleet cutter. It was acquired by IRM in 1963.

219 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was rebuilt as a work car in 1948.

220 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was rebuilt as a sleet cutter.

221 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was retired in 1947 and sold for scrap in 1948.

222 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605. It was retired and scrapped in 1948.

223 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was retired and scrapped in 1948.

224 was built by Cincinnat Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was retired and scrapped in 1948.

225 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605. It was retired in 1947 and sold for scrap in 1948

226 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was retired in 1947 and sold for scrap in 1948

227 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was retired and scrapped in 1948.

228 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was rebuilt as a sleet cutter.  It was purchased by an individual in 1963 and sold to Wisconsin Electric Railway Historical Society in 1971.  It was then acquired by East Troy Electric Railway in 1989.

229 was built by Cincinnati Car in October 1922, #2605.  It was rebuilt with 4 motors in 1944 and later converted to work car service. It was sold to CHF and went to IRM in 1965.

230 was built by Cincinnati Car in May 1924, #2720.  It was retired in 1947 and scrapped in 1948. These cars were identical except they were built with 4 motors instead of 2. 

231 was built by Cincinnati Car in May 1924, #2720.  It was rebuilt as a plow in 1949.

232 was built by Cincinnati Car in May 1924, #2720.  It was rebuilt as a work car.

233 was built by Cincinnati Car in May 1924, #2720.  It was burned at Highwood in 1947.

234 was built by Cincinnati Car in May 1924, #2720.  It was rebuilt with 2 motors and became a tool car in 1948.  It was acquired by Iowa Terminal RR in 1965 and given a quick paint job. It was stored at Charles City on the former Charles City Western until 1968 when it was brought to Mason City and converted to a line car.

235 was built by Cincinnati Car in May 1924, #2720.  It was burned at Highwood in November 1959.

236 was built by Cincinnati Car in May 1924, #2720.  It was rebuilt with 2 motors and retired in 1954. It was sold to Chicago Hardware Foundry as 243 in 1955.

237 was built by Cincinnati Car in May 1924, #2720.  It was rebuilt with 2 motors and then rebuilt as sleet cutter.

238 was built by Cincinnati Car in May 1924, #2720.  It was rebuilt as plows in 1949.

239 was built by Cincinnati Car in May 1924, #2720.  It was rebuilt with 2 motors and then rebuilt as sleet cutters.

240 was built by Cincinnati Car in December 1925, #2875, as refrigerated trailer.  It was retired in 1938 and scrapped in 1945.  A complete ammonia refrigerating machine was built into one end of the car.

241 was built by Cincinnati Car in December 1925, #2875.  It was retired in 1938 and scrapped in 1945.

242 was built by Cincinnati Car in December 1925, #2875.  It was retired in 1940 and scrapped in 1945.

243 was built by Cincinnati Car in December 1925, #2875.  It was retired in 1938 and scrapped in 1945.

244 was built by Cincinnati Car in December 1925, #2875.  It was retired in 1938 and scrapped in 1945.

 

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