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Cleveland Transit System
024, rapid transit line car, was built by Kuhlman Car in 1914, #583, as CRy 1217. It was sold to Cleveland Interurban Ry in 1920 as 1217. In the 1940s it was renumbered 17. In 1960 it was sold to CTS and rebuilt at line car 024. It was last seen in storage.
0115 was built by McGuire-Cummings.
0128 was built by McGuire-Cummings in 1915. It was scrapped in 1952.
0129 was built by McGuire-Cummings in 1916.
0135 was built by McGuire-Cummings in 1922.
0136 was built by McGuire Mfg Co in 1912 as Milwaukee Electric Ry & Light Co B33. It was sold to CTS as 0136 in 1951.
0137 was built by McGuire Mfg Co in 1912 as TMER&L B34. It was sold to CTS as 0137 in 1951 and rebuilt in 1956. It was transferred to the Rapid Transit division.
0140, a wrecker, was built by J G Brill in 1892, #4366, as Cleveland Electric 165. It was rebuilt in 1916 as 0140 and donated to Ford Museum in Greenfield Village, MI., in 1954
0208 was built by Kuhlman in 1915, #595, as 208, Peter Witt. It was converted to work service shortly before it was retired in 1953.
0223, flusher, was built by CRys in 1916.
0231, yard locomotive, was built by CRys in 1914 and scrapped in 1953.
0363, line car, was built by Kuhlman in 1923, as 363, Peter Witt. It was rebuilt as a line car and scrapped in 1954.
0516 was built by Differential Steel Car in 1927 and was transferred to the Rapid Transit division.
0518 was built by Differential Steel Car in 1928 and was transferred to the Rapid Transit division. It was sold to Northern Ohio Railway Museum in 1979.
0800 was built by American Car Co in August 1919, #1240, as Pennsylvania-Ohio Electric Co 375. It was sold to CTS in 1934 and rebuilt as a rail grinder in 1934. I was with a few Illinois Electric Railway Museum guys who went to Cleveland and bought the car with the idea of saving the truck to be used on Illinois Terminal 170. We had a scrapper set up to remove the body but they forgot to quit. We ended up with a few pieces for the truck.
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