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In 1942, during the Second World War, Dallas ordered 25 double ended PCCs from Pullman. The War Production Board deferred their order in favor of other cities which they felt were more needful of the limited number of available cars. In 1943 the same thing happened. In 1944 they were finally authorized for delivery in 1945, three years after ordering. They finally came and operated for only nine years. But during that time, they had two different paint schemes. Since they were rather new, they found a new home in Boston in two different purchases. Here is a selection of views of these unusual cars.

3322 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as Dallas Railway & Terminal Co 601.  It was sold as MTA 3322 in 1958.

3323 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 605.  It was sold as MTA 3323 in 1958  It was preserved by Branford Electric Railway Museum in 1980 and sold to Middletown & Hummellstown in 1992.

3324 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 616.  It was sold as MTA 3324 in 1958.

3325 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 617.  It was sold as MTA 3325 in 1958.

3326 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 621.  It was sold as MTA 3326 in 1958 and rebuilt as a sand car.  It was sold to Vintage Electric Streetcar Co.

3327 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 622.  It was sold as MTA 3327 in 1958 and rebuilt as a work car in 1985.  It was acquired by Seashore Trolley Museum in 1999.

3328 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 623.  It was sold as MTA 3328 in 1958 and acquired by Seashore Trolley Museum in 1985.

3329 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 624.  It was sold as MTA 3329 in 1959.

3330 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 602.  It was sold as MTA 3330 in 1959.

3331 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 610.  It was sold as MTA 3331 in 1959 and acquired by Seashore Trolley Museum in 1985.

3332 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 618.  It was sold as MTA 3332 in 1959 and rebuilt as a line car in 1999.  It was acquired by Seashore Trolley Museum in 2008.

3333 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 625.  It was sold as MTA 3333 in 1959 and acquired by Connecticut Trolley Museum in 1978.

3334 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 612.  It was sold as MTA 3334 in 1959 and sold to Trolleyville in 1991.  It was transferred as Lake Shore Electric Ry in 2006.

3335 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 614.  It was sold as MTA 3335 in 1959.

3336 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 604.  It was sold as MTA 3336 in 1959.

3337 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 619.  It was sold as MTA 3337 in 1959.

3338 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 603.  It was sold as MTA 3338 in 1959 and acquired by Trolley Inc in 1983.  It was purchased by Seashore Trolley Museum in 1994.

3338 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 604.  It was sold as MTA 3336 in 1959.

3339 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 607,  It was old as MTA 3339 in 1959.

3340 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 615  It was sold as MTA 3340 in 1959 and acquired by Seashore Trolley Museum In 1982.

3341 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 620.  It was sold as MTA 3341 in 1959.

3342 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 608.  It was sold as MTA 3342 in 1959 and acquired by Seashore Trolley Museum in 1978.  It was restored as DR&T 608.

3343 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 613.  It was sold as MTA 3343 in 1959 and rebuilt as a rerailer.  It was acquired by Seashore Trolley Museum in 1999..

3344 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 611.  It was sold as MTA 3344 in 1959.  It was acquired by Seashore Trolley Museum in 1985.

3345 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 609 .  It was sold as MTA 3345 in 1959.

3346 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1945, #W6699, as DR&T 606.  It was sold as MTA 3346 in 1959.

 

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