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Niagara St. Catharines & Toronto

 

Passenger Cars

60 was built by Niles Car Co in 1912 as London & Lake Erie Ry 93, trailer.  It was rebuilt as NS&T 60 in 1915 or 1918.. 

61 was built by Niles Car Co in 1912 as L&LERy 94, trailer.  It was rebuilt as NS&T  61 in 1915 or 1918.

67 was built by Ottawa Car Co in 1907 for South Western Traction Co.  It became L&LERy 54 and sold to NS&T in 1919 or 1920.  It was rebuilt by Preston Car Co in 1920 as NS&T 67 and scrapped in June 1951.

68 was built by Ottawa Car Co in 1907 for SWTCo. It became L&LERy 56 and sold to NS&T in 1919 or 1920.  It was rebuilt by Preston Car Co in 1920 as NS&T 68 and was scrapped in September 1950.

80 was built by Kuhlman Car Co in 1915 as Cleveland & Eastern Ry 57. It was purchased in 1925 as NS&T 80 and rebuilt in 1939.

82 was built by the NS&T in 1923.  It was rebuilt as a freight motor in 1956 when passenger service ended.

83 was built by the NS&T in 1923.

102 was built by Brill Car Co in 1912 as 120.  It was renumbered 102 in 1920 and was rebuilt several times.

124 built by Brill Car Co in 1912 as 142.  It was renumbered 124 in 1920 and was rebuilt several times.

130 was built by Preston Car Co in 1914.  It was rebuilt in 1947 and retired in 1954.  It was sent to a museum in Sandy Pond, NY, but it may not survived.

131 was built by Preston Car Co in 1914.  It was scrapped in July 1949.

132 was built by Preston Car Co in 1914.  It was rebuilt and scrapped in April 1949.

134 was built by Preston Car Co in 1914.  It was scrapped in 1950.

304 was built by Cincinnat Car Co and assembled by NS&T in 1926.  It was renumbered 301 in 1948 and scrapped in 1950.

305 was built by Cincinnati Car Co and assembled by NS&T in 1926.It was scrapped in May 1948.

306 was built by Cincinnati Car Co and assembled by NS&T in 1926.  It was renumbered 310 in 1948 and scrapped in 1950.

309 was built by Cincinnati Car Co and assembled by NS&T in 1926  It was scrapped in 1950.

312 was built by Cincinnati Car Co and assembled by NS&T in 1926.  It was scrapped in 1950.

321 was built by Brill Car Co in 1917 as a Washington-Virginia Ry car.  It was purchased as NS&T 321 in 1929 and was transferred as Montreal & Southern Counties Ry  321 in 1947.  It was scrapped in 1956.

322 was built by Brill Car Co in 1917  as a W-VRy Car.  It was purchased as NS&T 322 in 1929 and was transferred as M&SC 322 in 1947.  It was scrapped in 1956.

323 was built by Brill Car Co in 1917  as a W-VRy Car.  It was purchased as NS&T 323 in 1929 and was transferred as M&SC 323 in 1947.  It was scrapped in 1956.

324 was built by Brill Car Co in 1917 as a W-VRy car.  It was purchased as NS&T 324 in 1929 and was transferred as M&SC 324 in 1947.  It was scrapped in 1956.

325 was built by Brill Car Co in 1917 as a W-VRy car.  It was purchased as NS&T 325 in 1929 and was transferred as M&SC 325 in 1947.  It was scrapped in 1956.

327 was built by Preston Car Co in 1914 by Edmonton Radial Ry but never delivered.  It was sold as Oshawa Ry 80 and rebuilt later.  It was transferred as NS&T 327 in 1943

328 was built by Preston Car Co in 1914 by Edmonton Radial Ry but nver delivered.  It was sold as Oshawa Ry 81 and rebuilt later.  It was transferred as NS&T 328 in 1943.

620 was built by Ottawa Car Mfg Co in 1930 as Windsor Essex & Lake Shore Ry 507.  It was sold as M&SC 620 and transferred as NS&T 620.

622 was built by Ottawa Car Mfg Co in 1930 as WE&LS 503.  It was sold as M&SC 622 and transferred as NS&T 622.

623 was built by Ottawa Car Mfg Co in 1930 as WE&LS 505.  It was sold as M&SC 623 and transferred as NS&T 623.

Thanks to Dan MacKellar for information.

 

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