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99 "Choctaw" was built as 1911.  It was rebuilt as 99 and sold to Hugh G Patterson Jr and sold to Jonathan Wood and resold to Red Hill, SC.  It was apparently scrapped in 2008.

101 "Lake Michigan" was built by Pullman-Standard in 1950 as 352.  It was rebuilt in 1953 as 101 and was sold as Montana Rail Link 101 "Silver Cloud".

151 was a diner which served as a lunch room at the Chicago Railroad Fair. What happened to it afterwards?

339 "Golden Harp" was built by Pullman-Standard in 1947.  It was sold to Jonathan Wood in 1988 and scrapped by Southwest Railway Car Parts in 1989.

346 "Golden Lyre" was built by Pullman-Standard in 1947.  It was sold to Jonathan Wood in 1988 and scrapped by Southwest Railway Car Parts in 1989.

347 "Valle Verde" was built by Pullman-Standard in 1947.  It was sold to Jonathan Wood in 1988 and scrapped by Southwest Railway Car Parts in 1989.

428 "El Comedor" was built by Pullman-Standard in 1947, #7517.  It was sold to Hyman Michaels Co in 1975 and acquired by Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati.

902, combine, was built by Budd in May 1953, #5906, as RDC2 9002.  It was depowered and renumbered 902 in December 1964.

904, combine, was built by Budd in March 1955, #6020, as RDC2 9004.  It was depowered and renumbered 904 in February 1965. 

2500 and 2501 were built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1923.

2502 was built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1923.  It was acquired by Illinois Railway Museum in October 1983.

2503 thru 2549 were built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1923.

2559 thru 2599 were built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1927-28.

2600 thru 2614 were built by Standard Steel Car Co in 1929.

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