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Union Electric Ry.
6 was the line car.
17 was built by Bradley Car Co in 1922, #6750, as United Electric Rys 1690. It was sold as UER 17 and scrapped in 1946.
71 was built by American Car Co in May 1925, #1385. It was sold as Sand Springs Ry 71 in 1947 and scrapped in 1955.
75 was built by American Car Co in May 1925, #1385. It was sold as SS 75 in 1947 and scrapped in 1955.
80 was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in September 1917, #445659, as Youngstown & Ohio River RR 5. In April, 1932, it became OER 80. In 1948 it was sold to the Mason City & Clear Lake as 52. In 1961 Iowa Terminal renumbered it 2 and then 60.
82 was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in February 1914, #41054, as Y&OR 3. In April, 1932, it became UER 82. In 1948 it was sold to the MC&CL as 53. In 1961 IAT renumbered it 61. It was scrapped in December 1970.
603 was built by Oklahoma Rys in 1929 as 603 and was sold to UER as 603 in 1946. It was then sold to Cedar Rapids & Iowa City as 72 in 1948. It was then sold to Chicago Aurora & Elgin as 4004 in 1955. It was scrapped in 1963.
604 was built by ORys in 1929 as 604 and was sold to UER as 604 in 1946. It was then sold to CR&IC as 73 in 1948. It was then sold to CA&E as 4005 in 1955. It was scrapped in 1963.
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