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Closed Wood Cars
443 was built as 101. It was renumbered 443 in 1915 and rebuilt as 0320, sand car.
500 was built by Brill 1904, #12142, as Connecticut Ry & Lighting Co 500. It became Conn 500 in 1907 and acquired by Branford Electric Ry Assn in 1948. It was an office car.
775 was built by Jewett in 1904 as Consolidated Street Ry 193. It became Conn 193 in 1907 was renumbered 775 in 1915. It was acquired by Seashore Trolley Museum in 1948 and restored as 193 but later restored as 775.
929 was a Hartford car.
1160 was built by John Stephenson Car Co in 1906 as Consolidated Ry 542. It became Conn 542 in 1907 and renumbered 1160 in 1915. It was acquired by Seashore Trolley Museum in 1948.
1199 was built by John Stephenson Car Co in 1907, #1216, as Conn 283. It was renumbered 1199 in 1915 and acquired by Branford Electric Ry Museum in 1948.
1326 was built by Osgood-Bradley Co in 1910 as 550. It was renumbered 1326 in 1915 and acquired by Connecticut Trolley Museum in 1948.
1584 was a New Haven car.
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