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Niagara Junction Ry.
1 was the line car.
4 was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in May 1913, #39866. It came to Cornwall Street Ry 2nd 9 in 1952. It was sold to St. Lawrence Iron & Metal on June 12, 1973, for scrap.
7 was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in February 1920, #53050. It was sold as Sand Springs Ry 1006 in March 1946 and scrapped in 1956,
8 was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in December 1928, #60699. It was sold in October 1973 as Port Authority Transit Corp. 405 for parts. It was scrapped by Camden Iron & Metals in October 1980.
9 was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in June 1937, #62072. It was rebuilt by General Electric in October 1973 as PATC 404.
12 was built by Oklahoma Rys in 1929 as their 606. It came to NJRy in 1946 as 12 and was scrapped in 1952.
14 was built by General Electric in July 1952, #31136. It became Consolidated Railroad Corp 4740, Class E-10b, in April 1976.
17 was built by General Electric in July 1952, #31139. It became Conrail 4753, Class E-10b, in April 1976.
19 was built by General Electric in August 1952, #31141. It became Conrail 4755, Class E-10b, in April 1976.
820 was a work car.
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