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50 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in February 1917, #2130.  It was served at Utica and transferred to Rochester.  It became Rochester Transit Co 50 in 1937.

52 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in February 1917, #2130.  It was served at Utica and transferred to Rochester.  It became RTCo 52 in 1937.

54 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in February 1917, #2130.  It was served at Utica and transferred to Rochester.  It became RTCo 54 in 1937.

56 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in February 1917, #2130.  It was served at Utica and transferred to Rochester.  It became RTCo 56 in 1937.

60 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in February 1917, #2130.  It was served at Utica and transferred to Rochester.  It became RTCo 60 in 1937 and sold to Rail City in 1956.  It went to Rochester Chapter NRHS in 1967 and became Rochester & Genessee Valley Railroad Museum in 1998.

64 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in February 1917, #2130.  It was served at Utica and transferred to Rochester.  It became RTCo 64 in 1937.

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605 was built by Kuhlman Car Co in December 1905, #326.  It was single ended in 1914.

639 was built by Kuhlman Car Co in April 1907, #337.  It was single ended in 1914.

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866 became RTC 866 in 1937.

1207 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in March 1917, #2120.

1208 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in March 1917, #2120.

0205 was formerly Rochester & Eastern Rapid Rys 205.  It became NYSR 0205 and became RTCo 0205 in 1937.  It was scrapped in 1958.

L-1 was built by NYSR in 1928 using a General Electric kit.  It became RTCo L-1 in 1937.

 

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