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Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee 604 was built by the C&ME in 1914. It was acquired by IRM in 1963.
Chicago South Shore & South Bend 1100 is the ultimate line car. It was built by St. Louis Car in 1925. #1389, as combine 376 for the Indiana Service Corp. It became Indiana RR 376 in 1930 and was rebuilt with an RPO compartment in 1935. After abandonment of the IRR, this car, along with 375 and 377 came to the South Shore. The other 2 cars were built into baggage trailers, but the 376 waited until 1947 to be rebuilt into the 1100. It was retired in 2003 and preserved by a small group. It was transferred to IRM in 2010.
Chicago Surface Lines E223 was built by McGuire-Cummings in 1908 as Chicago Rys E23. It was renumbered E223 in 1913 and became CSL E223. It was sold to IERM in 1958.
Chicago Surface Lines X4 was built by McGuire-Cummings in 1910 as CRys 2. It was renumbered N2 in 1913 and became CSL N2 in 1914. It was rebuilt as X4 in 1946 and rebuilt as S344 in 1958. It was sold to Electric Railway Historical Society in 1963 and donated to IRM in 1973.
Chicago Transit Authority S-373 was built by Cincinnati Car in 1924, #2860, as Chicago Rapid Transit 4411. It was rebuilt as S-373, work car, in 1978 and acquired by IRM in 1978.
Illinois Terminal RR 1702 was built by Danville Ry & Light Co in 1903 as 1507, a pull car. It was rebuilt as a line car in 1922 and renumbered 1702 in August 1925. It was purchased by IERM on October 11, 1958.
The Milwaukee Electric Ry & Light Co 12 is a portable sub-station built by TM in 1926. In 1948 it was moved to Lakeside. It is now at the IRM.
The Milwaukee Electric Ry & Light Co B48 was built at Cold Spring Shops in 1926, It was transferred to Lakeside Power Plant. It was acquired by The Wisconsin Electric Railway Historical Society and sold to IRM in 1989.
The Milwaukee Electric Ry & Light Co D13 was built by Differential Steel Car Co in 1920. It was sold to Municipality of East Troy in 1949 and was sold to WERHS in 1982. It was sold to IRM in 1989.
The Milwaukee Electric Ry & Light Co D16 was built by Industrial Brownhoist in 1923. It was later acquired by WERHS in 1972 and went to IRM in 1989.
The Milwaukee Electric Ry & Light Co D22, line car, was built at Cold Spring in 1907. It was later rebuilt for interurban service. It was again rebuilt in 1927 and assigned to Lakeside Power Plant. It was acquired by WERHS in 1972 sold to IRM in 1989.
The Milwaukee Electric Ry & Light Co F208 was built by Differential Steel Car Co in 1921. It was later motorized as D15. It was acquired by the WERHS in 1972 and then went to IRM in 1989. It was restored as F208.
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