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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority

Route 101-102 Light Rail Line

1 was built by Brill Car Co in May 1940, #23961, as Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Co 1.  It became SEPTA 1 in 1970.

2 was built by Brill Car Co in May 1940, #23961, as PST 2.  It became SEPTA 2 in 1970.

3 was built by Brill Car Co in May 1940, #23961, as PST 3.  It became SEPTA 3 in 1970.

4 was built by Brill Car Co in May 1940, #23961, as PST 4.  It became SEPTA 4 in 1970.

5 was built by Brill Car Co in May 1940, #23961, as PST 5.  It became SEPTA 5 in 1970 and sold to Philadelphia Trolley Museum in 1982.

7 was built by Brill Car Co in May 1940, #23961, as PST 7.  It became SEPTA 7 in 1970 and sold to Buckingham Valley Trolley Co in 1982,  It was sold to Electric City Trolley Museum in 1999.

8 was built by Brill Car Co in May 1940, #23961, as PST 8.  It became SEPTA 8 in 1970 and sold to Branford Electric Ry Assn in 1982.

9 was built by Brill Car Co in May 1940, #23961, as PST 9.  It became SEPTA 9 in 1970 and sold to Buckingham Valley Trolley Co in 1982,  It was sold to Electric City Trolley Museum in 1999.

12 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1949, #1755, as PST 12.  It became SEPTA 12 in 1970.

73 was built by Brill Car Co in April 1927, #22212, as PST 73.  It became SEPTA 73 in 1970 and sold to Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in 1990.

78 was built by Brill Car Co in March 1932, #22980, as PST 78.  It became SEPTA 78 in 1970 and sold to Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in 1982.

83 was built by Brill Car Co in March 1932, #22980, as PST 83.  It became SEPTA 83 and sold to Middletown & Hummelstown in 1982.

126 was built by Kawasaki in 1981.

07 was built by Jewett Car Co in 1911, as Philadelphia & West Chester Traction Co 07.  It was rebuilt from a freight motor to line car and became SEPTA 07 in 1970 and sold to Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in 1997.

 

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