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El Paso City Lines

 

One of the last cities to convert to PCC was El Paso, TX. In 1950 and 1952 they purchased a group of PCCs from San Diego. This was more of a transfer since both properties, at that time, were part of National City Lines. Prior to the PCC purchase, the system had a fine collection of cars which showed the Stone & Webster influence. Cars were purchased new and imported from Houston and Fort Worth over the years.

1 thru 8 were built by American Car in 1902.

19 thru 24 were built by Stephenson in 1902.

25 thru 28 were built by Stephenson in 1903

40 thru 44 were built by Cincinnati in 1909.

45 thru 49 were built by Cincinnati in 1910.

1st 50 thru 59 were built by American Car in January 1918, #1107  Several were sold to Ferrocarril Electrico de Lerdo a Terreon.

2nd 50 thru 54 were built by Brill in 1923 as Houston Electric Co 273 thru 277.  They were sold as EPE 50 thru 54 in June 1940.

55 was built by Brill in 1923 as HECo 278.  It was sold as EPE 55 in June 1940.

56 and 57 were built in 1923 as HECo 279 and 280.  It was sold as EPE 56 and 57 in June 1940.

58 was built by Brill in 1923 as HECo 281.  It was sold as EPE 58 in June 1940

59 was built by Brill in 1923 as HECo 292.  It was sold as EPE 59 in June 1940.

60 thru 69 were built by American Car in October 1918, #1140F.

71 thru 74 were built by American Car in 1907.

75 thru 78 were built in the company shops in 1907 and rebuilt in 1911.

79 thru 82 were built by Brill in 1907. In 1912 they were rebuilt from 9 thru 12.

83 was built by Brill in 1907. In 1912 it was rebuilt from 14.

84 was built by Brill in 1907. In 1912 it was rebuilt from 15 which had originally been numbered 13.

85 thru 90 were typical Stone & Webster cars built by St. Louis Car in 1912.

91 thru 96 were built by St. Louis Car in 1914.

1st 100 thru 105 were built by American Car in 1902.

1st 106 thru 111 were built by St. Louis Car in 1912.

2nd 100 thru 109 were built by American Car in October 1920, #1267.  It was sold as Cooperativa de Transportes Urbanos y Sub Urbanos de Veracruz 100 thru 109.

110 thru 114 were built by St. Louis Car in 1921 under order 1257.

115 thru 119 were built by St. Louis Car in 1921 under order 1257A as Rio Grande Valley Traction Co. 115 thru 119.

500 thru 506 were built by American Car in 1927.

1500 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1505, as San Diego Electric Ry 502.  It was sold as EPCL 1500 in 1950 and sold to San Diego Electric Ry Association in 1985.  It was sold to Tahoe Valley Lines PCC Railway in 1995 and was damaged by fire.

1501 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1605, as SDER.  It was sold as EPCL 1501 in 1950 and scrapped in October 1985.

1502 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1605 as SDER.  It was sold as EPCL 1502 in 1950 and scrapped in October 1985.

1503 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1605, as SDER 503.  It was sold as EPCL 1503 in 1950 and sold to Cloudcroft Real Estate in 1986.  It was sold to Baltimore Streetcar Museum in 2002 as Baltimore Transit Co 7303.

1504 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1605, as SDER 504.  It was sold as EPCL 1504 in 1950 and acquired by Paso del Norte Streetcar Preservation Society in 1985.

1505 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER.  It was sold as EPCL 1505 in 1950 and scrapped in October 1985.

1506 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER 512.  It was sold as EPCL 1506 in 1950 and acquired by PDNSP in 1985.

1507 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER.  It was sold as EPCL 1507 in 1950 and scrapped in October 1985.

1508 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER 514.  It was sold as EPCL 1508 in 1950 and acquired by PDNSP in 1985.

1509 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER.  It was sold as EPCL 1509 in 1950 and scrapped in October 1985.

1510 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER 517.  It was sold as EPCL 1510 in 1950 and sold for a lunch counter in 1985.

1511 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER 518.  It was sold as EPCL 1511 in 1950 and acquired by PDNSP in 1985.

1512 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER 519.  It was sold as EPCL 1512 in 1950 and acquired by PDNSP in 1985.

1513 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER 520.  It was sold as EPCL 1513 in 1950 and acquired by PDNSP in 1985.

1514 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER 523.  It was sold as EPCL 1514 in 1950 and acquired by PDNSP in 1985.

1515 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER 524.  It was sold as EPCL 1515 in 1950 and acquired by PDNSP in 1985.

1516 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER.  It was sold as EPCL 1516 in 1950 and scrapped in October 1985.

1517 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER 501.  It was sold as EPCL 1517 in 1952.

1518 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER.  It was sold as EPCL 1518 in 1952 and scrapped in October 1985.

1519 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1937, #1606, as SDER.  It was sold as EPCL 1519 in 1952,

 

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