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Illinois Terminal RR

Alton to St. Louis Division Cars

 

100 was built by American Car in 1917 as Alton Granite & St Louis 60. In 1926 the line was reorganized as the St Louis & Alton Ry and the car remained 60. In 1930 the IT took over the line and renumbered the car 100 in April 1931.

101 was built by American Car in 1917 as AG&StL 61. In 1926 the car became StL&ARy 61 and in 1930 it became IT 101. On March 9, 1956, it was sold to the Illinois Electric Railway Museum and is now at Union, IL.

103 was built by American Car in 1917 as AG&StL 63. In 1926 it became StL&ARy 63 and in 1930 it became IT 103.

104 was built by American Car in 1917 as AG&StL 64. In 1926 it became StL&ARy 64 and in 1930 it became IT 104.

121 was built by East St Louis & Suburban in 1924 as 5. It became StL&ARy 5 in 1930 and IT 121 in January 1931. It was sold for scrap to Hyman Michaels Co on July 23, 1953.

122 was built by EStL&S in 1924 as 11. It became StL&ARy 11 in 1930 and IT 122 in July 1931. It was sold for scrap to Hyman Michaels Co on July 23, 1953.

123 was built by EstL&S in 1924 as 15. It became StL&ARy 15 in 1930 and IT 123 in August 1931. It was sold for scrap to Purdy on July 23, 1953.

 

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