D&H Passenger Cars

Delaware & Hudson Railway
Complete Passenger Car Roster
No.Mat'lTypeAAR
Class
Capy.BuiltBuilderOriginal OwnerAcq'dDispositionNotes
21StainlessCoach 521950P-SD&RGW #124110/1967sold to Venezuela 1972D&H Color Guide, p. 21
22StainlessCoach 521950P-SD&RGW #124210/1967sold to Venezuela 1972
23StainlessCoach 521950P-SD&RGW #124310/1967sold to Venezuela 1972
24StainlessCoach 521950P-SD&RGW #124510/1967sold to Venezuela 1972D&H Color Guide, p. 20
25StainlessCoach 521950P-SD&RGW #124610/1967sold to Venezuela 1972
31SteelCoach 621939ACFEL #13023/1970 "Ausable River"
32SteelCoach 621939ACFEL #13033/1970 "Bulwagga Bay"
33SteelCoach 621939ACFEL #13093/1970 "Mount Marcy", later renamed "Schroon Lake" - D&H Color Guide, p. 27
34SteelCoach 621939ACFEL #13133/1970 "Whiteface Mountain" - D&H Color Guide, p. 20
35StainlessBuffet-Lounge Dome 1955BuddCP #507lease 8/1974lease terminated 4/1975"Willsboro Point" - D&H Color Guide, p. 5, 25
36StainlessBuffet-Lounge Dome 1954BuddCP #500lease 8/1974lease terminated 4/1975"Bluff Point" - D&H Color Guide, p. 5, 25
41StainlessDiner-Lounge 1950P-SD&RGW #128010/1967 "Mt. Timpanogos", later renamed "Saratoga Inn" - D&H Color Guide, p. 22, 26
42StainlessDiner-Lounge 1950P-SD&RGW #128110/1967 "Jame Peak", later renamed "Adirondack Lodge"
43StainlessBuffet-Lounge 1950P-SD&RGW #129010/1967transferred to Guilford"Champlain" - D&H Color Guide, p. 23
50WoodBusiness CarPV 1886Gilbert
Car Works
rebuilt
from #500
in 1911
1886 rebuilt again to #300 in 1923
51StainlessBaggage-Mail 1950P-SD&RGW #121010/1967sold to NdeM 1978
52StainlessBaggage-Mail 1950P-SD&RGW #121110/1967sold to NdeM 1978
53StainlessBaggage-Mail 1950P-SD&RGW #121210/1967sold to NdeM 1978
56StainlessBaggage 1950P-SD&RGW #120010/1967sold to C&O 1977"Town of Stillwater" - D&H Color Guide, p. 24
80WoodBusiness CarPV 1886D&H
1886 D&H Canal Company Gravity Railroad
"Officers' Car," built in Carbondale to 4'3" gauge.
100WoodBusiness CarPV 1904D&Hrebuilt
from #199
in 1924
1904 Featured a wood body with steel end
reinforcements, a steel underframe and
measured 67' over the end sills and 77'7"
over the buffers. The observation section was
modified to 15', the dining room to 14'. The
interior was black walnut with head lining of
light gray and included 1 drawing room, 1
stateroom and berths for a sleeping capacity
of 7 excluding the porters. The rebuilding
included electric lights. The car rode on six
wheeled trucks and weighed 158,000 lbs.
Became Riding Car # 30107 by 1/1/1941.
100SteelBusiness CarPV PullmanN&W #1029/1976transferred to GuilfordN&W diagram dated 8/15/1957. Sleeps 8 plus 2 porters.
101WoodCombineCA401904D&Horiginal
#545/#539,
rebuilt 1926
4-wheel trucks and arch roof. Listed in ORER
as late as 1953. 40-seat capacity with 35' 2 1/4"
baggage compartment and 33'9" passenger
compartment. Overall length 76' 5 3/8".
102WoodCombineCA401904D&Horiginal
#546/#549,
rebuilt 1927
sold to
Blackmont &
Haverhill
Railroad
Virtually identical to #101, this car had 2 pairs
of windows either side of the baggage door.
103WoodCombineCA381907ACFrebuilt gone by 1955Clerestory roof and 4-wheel trucks. Baggage
compartment was 26' 2 7/8" while the passenger
compartment was 33' 9 3/8".
105WoodCombineCA30 ACFrebuilt
from #340 in 1940
Baggage compartment of 32'2 7/8" and a passenger
compartment for 30 of 27' 9 3/8". Clerestory roof
with 4 wheel trucks.
106WoodCombineCA281903ACFrebuilt
from #269/#322
in 1943
retired by 1955painted in the World's Fair paint scheme
107WoodCombineCA361893Wassonrebuilt
from #544/#197
in 1928
4-wheel Commonwealth express reefer trucks
equipped with Hyatt Roller Bearings. Baggage
compartment was 36'10" while the passenger
compartment was 30'1". The car had two pairs
of baggage doors and a blind end, with open
platform on the other. It is frequently seen in
photos of the Carbondale local trains.
108WoodCombineCA 1907ACFrebuilt
from #547/#329
109WoodCombineCA 1907ACFrebuilt
from #548/#330
111WoodCombineCA18 rebuilt
from #550/#326
Built as open platform car. Photographed as #550
on 9/20/1936 in Oneonta (Bob's Photos collection).
112WoodCombineCA 1907ACFrebuilt
from #551/#328
Built as open platform truss rod car. Had 3 bunks
in paassenger compartment.
D&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 47
151SteelDiner-LoungeDP381928Pullmanoriginal #6071940 D&H Color Guide, p. 16
152SteelDinerDP381941Pullman 1941 D&H Color Guide, p. 14
153WoodDiner 1904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
from #605/#600
in 1926
retired
1962 (?)
Arch roof, 6-wheel Commonwealth top-equalized
trucks. Reported to have a Colonial décor, as if a
Vermont tavern. Reported to have worn the World's
Fair scheme at one time.
153SteelDinerDA381930PullmanNYC #6653/27/1956 D&H Color Guide, p. 14
154SteelDiner-LoungeDA 1914PullmanNYC #5191941 D&H Color Guide, p. 17
161WoodDiner 281904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
from #601
in 1927
retired prior
to 1946
Arch roof. Small dining section for 14 and parlor seats
for 14. The car was one of the first applications of air
conditioning on the railroad. Used on Susquehanna
Division trains #305-308 until sometime in the
mid-1930s. Equiupped with Timken roller bearing trucks.
162WoodDiner 281904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
from #602
in 1931
retired prior
to 1946
Nearly identical to #161, used in same service.
163WoodDiner 1932D&Hrebuilt
from #603
in 1942
Originally had clerestory roof, given arch roof during
rebuilding. Air-conditioned, assigned to Saratoga-
Champlain divisions.
199WoodBusiness CarPV 1904D&H 1904 Car shell was built by the Oneonta Shops and the
interior was constructed as a kit by Barney & Smith
of Dayton. The car included a 16' observation section,
a 13' dining section, a 6'6" kitchen, a 3'2" pantry, 2
staterooms, 6 berths and 2 folding beds. Rebuilt to
#100 in 1924.
200WoodBusiness CarPV 1893Wasson Car was constructed with wood underframe and truss
rods and weighed in at 69,300 lbs. It rode on four
wheeled pedestal trucks and featured a mahogany
and ash interior. The car was rebuilt in 1904 to 65'5"
length over sills and a weight of 122,000 lbs. The
rebuilding included conversion to six wheeled trucks
and the addition of a steel channel underframe. In
1927, car #200 underwent an extensive rebuilding
with a metal frame superstructure, fishbelly steel
underframe and metal side sills. The interior featured
black walnut paneling with hardware finished in a
satin silver. It included 3 "Pullman" compartments,
with a sleeping capacity of 8 (excluding porters), and
a 29' observation section. The car measured 73' over
end sills and weighed in at 160,500 lbs. Suggestion
that the car was rebuilt again with steel siding in 1940.
This car was sold to the Mexican National Railway
just prior to the Guilford purchase of the D&H.
Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 32, 87
201SteelCoachPB7610/1939ACF
202SteelCoachPB7610/1939ACF "Lake Placid," rebuilt 1974-1975 - D&H Color Guide, p. 15
203SteelCoachPB7610/1939ACF Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 19
204SteelCoachPB7610/1939ACF "Lake George," rebuilt 1974-1975
205SteelCoachPB7610/1939ACF "Fort Ticonderoga," rebuilt 1974-1975 - D&H Color Guide, p. 16, 26
206SteelCoachPB7610/1939ACF "Essex County" - D&H in Color, Vol. 2, p. 27
208SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
209SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
210SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&WD&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 11
D&H Color Guide, p. 18
211SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
212SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
213SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
214SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
215SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
216SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
217SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
218SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
219SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
220SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
221SteelCommuter CoachPB Osgood-
Bradley
B&A sold to LIRR / NYS&W
222SteelCoachPB701916Barney
& Smith
original #3521940-1944 1939 World's Fair green & cream - Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 123
223SteelCoachPB701916Barney
& Smith
original #3531940-1944 D&H Color Guide, p. 13
224SteelCoachPB841916Barney
& Smith
original #3541940-1944
225SteelCoachPB841916Barney
& Smith
original #3551940-1944
226SteelCoachPB841916Barney
& Smith
original #3561940-1944
227SteelCoachPB741916Barney
& Smith
original #3571940-1944 Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 116
228SteelCoachPB741916Barney
& Smith
original #3581940-1944 Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 80
D&H Color Guide, p. 13
229SteelCoachPB741916Barney
& Smith
original #3591940-1944sold to Central
New York
Chapter NRHS
"C.J. Brierley" - Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 34
D&H Color Guide, p. 27
230SteelCoachPB741916Barney
& Smith
original #3601940-1944 Delaware & Hudson (Shaughnessy), p. 409
231SteelCoachPB861916ACForiginal #3611916
232SteelCoachPB901916ACForiginal #3621916 Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 33, 80
233SteelCoachPB741916ACForiginal #3631916 D&H Color Guide, p. 13
234SteelCoachPB741916ACForiginal #3641916
235SteelCoachPB741916ACForiginal #3651916
236SteelCoachPB741916ACForiginal #3661916
237SteelCoachPB741916ACForiginal #3671916
238SteelCoachPB741916ACForiginal #3681916
239SteelCoachPB901916ACForiginal #3691916
240WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
from #246
in 1932
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
241WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
from #248
in 1932
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
D&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 56
D&H Steam in Color, p. 114
241WoodBusiness CarPV 1893Wasson 1893 Business car on the G&J. A restoration of one of
the Penn Division commuter cars, which had been
in company service prior to the restoration. Its
numbers are unknown, but samples of such cars
include #30110 and #30111.
242WoodCoachPB821907Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
in 1932
1907 truss rod, arch windows retained during rebuild
243WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
in 1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild, painted in streamlined scheme
244WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
in 1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild, painted in streamlined scheme
245WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
in 1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
247WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
248WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild, painted in World's Fair scheme
249WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
250WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild, painted in World's Fair scheme
251WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
252WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild,
slightly lower than other rebuilds and contained
luggage racks, painted in World's Fair scheme
253WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
from #259
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild,
Delaware & Hudson (Shaughnessy), p. 422
254WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
255WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
256WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
257WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
258WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild
259WoodCoachPB821907Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
from #346
post-1922
1907 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild,
steel center sill
260WoodCoachPB821907Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1907 truss rod, arch windows retained during rebuild
261WoodCoachPB821907Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1907 truss rod, arch windows retained during rebuild
262WoodCoachPB821907Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
from #350
post-1922
1907 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild,
steel center sill
263WoodCoachPB821907Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
from #351
post-1922
1907 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild,
steel center sill
264WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
post-1922
1904 truss rod, arch windows removed during rebuild,
had partitioned smoking area
265WoodCoachPB821904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
from #261
post-1922
1904 six axle, truss rod, arch windows removed during
rebuild, had partitioned smoking area
D&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 47
271WoodCoachPB741903ACFrebuilt
from #344/#236
in 1927
1903 steel center sill
273WoodCoachPB661907ACF 1907after 1946
274WoodCoachPB741907ACForiginal #3341907
275WoodCoachPB741907ACForiginal #3351907
276WoodCoachPB661907ACF 1907after 1946
277WoodCoachPB741907ACForiginal #3371907
278WoodCoachPB74
279WoodCoachPB741907ACForiginal #3391907
280 CoachPB74
281WoodCoachPB741907ACForiginal #3411907
282WoodCoachPB741907ACForiginal #3421907
285WoodCoachPB1893WassonD&H Canal
Co. #268
later #13,
rebuilt
in 1927
1893 Retained open platforms after rebuild. Used on
the Penn Division, it had 32 seats set up in the
middle of the car. Its use is unknown.
287WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod
288WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod
289WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod - D&H Steam in Color, p. 113
290WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod - D&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 113
291WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod
292WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod
293WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod
294WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod
295WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod
296WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod
297WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod - D&H Steam in Color, p. 114
298WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod
299WoodCoachPB821893Wassonrebuilt
1929-1930
1893 truss rod
300WoodBusiness CarPV 1886Gilbert
Car Works
rebuilt
from #50
in 1923
1886 Built as #500, rebuilt to #50 in 1911. Rebuilt
again in 1923 at Oneonta to #300. Wood
construction with steel end reinforcements.
Body length was 73'6" and 84'1" over end sills.
It featured a 12'3" observation section, 12'10"
dining section, 2 staterooms, and 1 drawing room
with sleeping capacity of 9 plus porters. The car's
interior featured mahogany paneling with head
lining of light blue. After reconstruction, the car
weighed 166,000 lbs. A photo from Bob's Photos
shows the car in Albany on 4/19/1936. Records
say the car was converted to Riding Car #30108
by 1/1/1941. Another photo from Bob's shows
the car in Oneonta on 5/22/1960 in company
service on what appears to be the Oneonta wreck
train as car #30108.
300SteelBusiness CarPV 1928PullmanNYC #210/1955to EL #300, preservedD&H diagram S-41328 shows its outline dated
12/13/1955. Came to the D&H with President
William H. White (D&H President 1954-1966).
The car was present in several paint schemes
through the 1950s and returned to the original
owner when Mr. White left the D&H. It
continued service as #300 through the EL
merger. It was seen on EL and D&H in EL
colors as #300 through the late 1960s. A photo
of Penn Central #2 taken in Springfield, MA on
4/1/1971 looks like the same car. Photo caption
says the car became a Conrail car (unknown #).
Another photo of PC #7 is also similar.
Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 124
400SteelBusiness CarPV 1911Pullmanbuilt as #5001911to Museum of
Transportation
(St. Louis), 1963
The car was renumbered as #400 probably at
about the time of the delivery of the 2nd #500
in 1917. The car still exists in the collection
of the National Museum of Transportation,
St. Louis, MO. It was donated by President
Hiltz in 1962, supposedly with all interior
fittings intact.
Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 108
401SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
402SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
403WoodBaggageBE rebuilt
from #414
in 1884
scrapped by 1938open platform car with cupola
403SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
404SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
405SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to GM&O
#457 in 1962-64
Preserved in D&H paint at the Monticello Railway Museum (Monticello, IL)
406SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
407SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
D&H Color Guide, p. 12
408SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
409SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
410SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
411WoodBaggageBE 1884D&Hrebuilt
from #431
in 1925
1884 Arch roof, 53' 7 ½" over buffers. Not equipped with diaphragms.
411SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
412WoodBaggageBE 1891D&Hrebuilt
from #434
in 1925
1891 Clerestory roof, offset pairs of baggage doors.
412SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
413WoodBaggageBE1891D&H 1891
413SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
414WoodBaggageBE 1891D&Hrebuilt
from #439
in 1925
1891 Arch roof, 53' 7 ½" over buffers.
414SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
415WoodBaggageBE 1891D&Hrebuilt
from #441
in 1925
1891 Arch roof, 53' 7 ½" over buffers.
415SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
416WoodBaggageBE 1891D&Hrebuilt
from #442
in 1925
1891 Arch roof, 53' 7 ½" over buffers.
416SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
417SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
418SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
419SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
420SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
421SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
422SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
423SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
424SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
425SteelBaggageBE 10/1957ACF 10/1957sold to MP (10)
and GM&O (15)
in 1962-64
443SteelBaggageBE rebuilt
in 1956
from #702
1956 D&H Color Guide, p. 12
444SteelBaggageBE rebuilt
in 1956
from #709
1956 D&H Color Guide, p. 12
447WoodBaggageBE 1892D&Hrebuilt
from #444
in 1931
1892 Arch roof, 64' 5 ½" over buffers. Rode on Taylor trucks.
448WoodBaggageBE 1891D&Hrebuilt
from #425
in 1930
1891 Arch roof, 64' 5 ½" over buffers. Rode on standard 4-wheel trucks.
449WoodBaggageBE 1906 rebuilt
from #727
in 1913
1906 Originally baggage-mail #727. It was 5" taller
than cars 447-470 and had a width 5" less.
450WoodBaggageBE 1891-1909 rebuilt
1929-1931
1891-1909 Taylor or standard trucks
451WoodBaggageBE 1891-1909 rebuilt
1929-1931
1891-1909 Taylor or standard trucks
452WoodBaggageBE 1891-1909 rebuilt
1929-1931
1891-1909 Taylor or standard trucks
453WoodBaggageBE 1891-1909 rebuilt
1929-1931
1891-1909 Taylor or standard trucks
454WoodBaggageBE 1901 rebuilt
from #471
1901 65' length
455WoodBaggageBE 1902 rebuilt
from #497
1902 65' length
456WoodBaggageBE
457WoodBaggageBE 1891-1909 rebuilt
1929-1931
1891-1909 Taylor or standard trucks
458WoodBaggageBE 1891-1909 rebuilt
1929-1931
1891-1909 Taylor or standard trucks
459WoodBaggageBE 1891-1909 rebuilt
1929-1931
1891-1909 Taylor or standard trucks
460WoodBaggageBE 1891-1909 rebuilt
1929-1931
1891-1909 Taylor or standard trucks
461WoodBaggageBE
462WoodBaggageBE 1905 rebuilt
in 1927
1905 64' 5 ½" length, 4-wheel standard trucks, steel center sill, truss rods
463WoodBaggageBE 1905 rebuilt
in 1929
1905 64' 5 ½" length, 4-wheel standard trucks, steel center sill, truss rods
464WoodBaggage-MailBE 1891-1909 rebuilt
1929-1931
1891-1909 Taylor or standard trucks
D&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 53
465WoodBaggageBE 1905 rebuilt
in 1929
1905 64' 5 ½" length, 4-wheel standard trucks, steel center sill, truss rods
466WoodBaggageBE 1905 rebuilt
in 1929
1905 64' 5 ½" length, 4-wheel standard trucks, steel center sill, truss rods
467WoodBaggageBE 1906 rebuilt
in 1926
1906 64' 5 ½" length, retained celerestory roof
468WoodBaggageBE 1906 rebuilt
in 1926
1906 64' 5 ½" length, retained celerestory roof
469WoodBaggageBE 1906 rebuilt
in 1926
1906 64' 5 ½" length, retained celerestory roof
470WoodBaggageBE 1891-1909 rebuilt
1929-1931
1891-1909 Taylor or standard trucks
471WoodBaggageBE 1907ACF arch roof, 64'2" length
472WoodBaggageBE 1907ACF clerestory roof, 64'2" length
473WoodBaggageBE 1907ACF clerestory roof, 64'2" length
474WoodBaggageBE 1907ACF clerestory roof, 64'2" length
475WoodBaggageBE 1907ACF clerestory roof, 64'2" length
476WoodBaggageBE 1901D&Hrebuilt
in 1915
1901 Six-wheel trucks, windows at ends of car, rebuilt
to convert from gas to electric lighting. Six-wheel
Pullman trucks replaced with standard 4-wheel
trucks in 1947.
477WoodBaggageBE 1901D&Hrebuilt
in 1917
1901 Six-wheel trucks, windows at ends of car, rebuilt
to convert from gas to electric lighting. Six-wheel
Pullman trucks replaced with standard 4-wheel
trucks in 1947.
478SteelBaggage-MailBE 1916ACFrebuilt late 1930s D&H Color Guide, p. 11
479SteelBaggage-MailBE 1916ACFrebuilt late 1930s
480SteelBaggage-MailBE 1916ACFrebuilt late 1930s
481SteelBaggage-MailBE 1916ACFrebuilt late 1930s D&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 64
482SteelBaggage-MailBE 1916ACFrebuilt late 1930s
483SteelBaggage-MailBE 1916ACFrebuilt late 1930s D&H Color Guide, p. 113
484WoodBaggageBE 1902 rebuilt
from #950
in 1930
1902
485WoodBaggageBE 1902 rebuilt
from #951
in 1928
1902 Sanitary facilities for baggage man installed in 1949.
486WoodBaggageBE 1891D&Hrebuilt
in 1926
1891 arch roof, 64' 5 ½" length
487WoodBaggageBE 1893D&Hrebuilt
in 1926
1893 arch roof, 64' 5 ½" length
488WoodBaggage-MailBE 1907ACFrebuilt
from #954
in 1928
1907 arch roof, 69'2" length
Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 77
489WoodBaggage-MailBE 1907ACFrebuilt
from #955
in 1928
1907 clerestory roof, 69'2" length
D&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 53
490WoodBaggage-MailBE 1907ACFrebuilt
from #953
in 1928
1907 clerestory roof, 69'2" length
491WoodBaggageBE 1889-1897 rebuilt from
#707-716
series
1913-1915
1889-1897retired 1955original number suggests it may have
been built as an RPO
492WoodBaggageBE 1889-1897 rebuilt from
#707-716
series
1913-1915
1889-1897retired 1955original number suggests it may have
been built as an RPO
493WoodBaggageBE 1889-1897 rebuilt from
#707-716
series
1913-1915
1889-1897retired 1955original number suggests it may have
been built as an RPO
494WoodBaggageBE 1889-1897 rebuilt from
#707-716
series
1913-1915
1889-1897retired 1955original number suggests it may have
been built as an RPO
495WoodBaggageBE 1889-1897 rebuilt from
#707-716
series
1913-1915
1889-1897retired 1955original number suggests it may have
been built as an RPO
496WoodBaggageBE 1889-1897 rebuilt from
#707-716
series
1913-1915
1889-1897retired 1955original number suggests it may have
been built as an RPO
497WoodBaggageBE 1889-1897 rebuilt from
#707-716
series
1913-1915
1889-1897retired 1955original number suggests it may have
been built as an RPO
498WoodBaggageBE 1889-1897 rebuilt from
#707-716
series
1913-1915
1889-1897retired 1955original number suggests it may have
been built as an RPO
499WoodBaggageBE 1889-1897 rebuilt from
#707-716
series
1913-1915
1889-1897retired 1955original number suggests it may have
been built as an RPO
500WoodBusiness CarPV 1886Gilbert
Car Works
1886 Known as "Directors Car #500," rebuilt to #50
in 1911, rebuilt again to #300 in 1923
500SteelBusiness CarPV 1911Pullmanbuilt as #5001911to Museum of
Transportation
(St. Louis), 1963
Car was 73'6" over sills and weighed 174,300
lbs. Interior featured Cuban mahogany and
Circasian walnut paneling. It featured 1 drawing
room and 1 stateroom and had a sleeping
capacity of 10 people excluding the porters. Of
note is the exterior, which was made of steel
sheathing interlocked to resemble wood
construction. The car was renumbered as #400
probably at about the time of the delivery of the
2nd #500 in 1917.
500SteelBusiness CarPV 1917Pullman 1917sold to NdeM 1978Car measured 73'6" over sills and weighed
179,000 lbs. upon delivery. Interior fittings
included Cuban mahogany and West Indian
satinwood paneling. There were 2 staterooms
and 1 drawing room with sleeping arrangements
for 10 excluding porters. During the operation
of the railroad under Federal control, the car was
known as "U.S.R.A. No. 133." Sold to the
Mexican National Railways along with Car 200.
Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 124
D&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 21
601WoodParlor-Café 1904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
to #161
in 1927
retired prior
to 1946
602WoodParlor-Café 1904Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
to #162
in 1931
retired prior
to 1946
603WoodParlor-Café 1932D&Hrebuilt
to #163
in 1942
605WoodParlor-Café 1904Barney
& Smith
original
#600, rebuilt
to #153
in 1926
retired
1962 (?)
606WoodDiner-Café 241907Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
in 1927
Built as Parlor-Café.
607WoodDiner-Café 40 Barney
& Smith
rebuilt
in 1928,
rebuilt
again in
1940 to
#151
Built as Parlor-Café.
608WoodDiner 301907ACFrebuilt
from #324
into #650,
rebuilt
again in
1922 to
#608
retired prior
to 1946
Smallest diner on the roster, a total of 69' 5 ½".
?WoodCoach MoW #35215open platform - Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 31
D&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 44
650WoodCoach (Pay Car) 1907ACFrebuilt
from #324
retired prior
to 1946
Rebuilt again in 1922 to diner #608.
653WoodCoach (Pay Car) 1893Wassonrebuilt 19271893MoW #35222Trackside with Gerrit Bruins, p. 124
?WoodCommuter Coach MoW #35511round roof - D&H in Color, Vol. 1, p. 32
701SteelBaggage-MailMB 1928-1930ACF 1928-1930 arch roof - D&H Color Guide, p. 11
702SteelBaggage-MailMB 1928-1930ACF 1928-1930 arch roof
703SteelBaggage-MailMB 1928-1930ACF 1928-1930 arch roof
704SteelBaggage-MailMB 1928-1930ACF 1928-1930 arch roof
705SteelBaggage-MailMB 1928-1930ACF 1928-1930 arch roof
706SteelBaggage-MailMB 1928-1930ACF 1928-1930 arch roof
707SteelBaggage-MailMB 1928-1930ACF 1928-1930 arch roof
708SteelBaggage-MailMB 1928-1930ACF 1928-1930 arch roof - D&H Color Guide, p. 11
709SteelBaggage-MailMB 1917Pullmanoriginal #7291917
710SteelBaggage-MailMB 1917Pullmanoriginal #7301917sold to
Gettysburg Railroad
D&H Color Guide, p. 11
711SteelBaggage-MailMB 1917Pullmanoriginal #7311917
716WoodBaggage-MailMB D&Hrebuilt
from #726
in 1914
retired prior
to 1948
Steel center sill and no diaphragms.
Overall length was 64' 8 ¼". This car
apparently served as the North Creek RPO.
718WoodBaggage-MailMB 1884D&Hrebuilt
from #700
in 1924
1884 Overall length is 53' 8 ¼". Steel center sill
and no diaphragms, arch roof.
719WoodBaggage-MailMB 1883 rebuilt
from #701
in 1913
1883 Overall length was 53' 8 ½". Served in Penn Division traffic.
720WoodBaggage-MailMB 1883 rebuilt
from #705
in 1913
1883 Overall length was 53' 8 ½". Served in Penn Division traffic.
721WoodBaggage-MailMB 1896 rebuilt
from #490
in 1917
1896 Clerestory roof. Overall length was 61' 11 ¼" with 15' 5" RPO section and stove.
722WoodBaggage-MailMB 1896 rebuilt
from #490
in 1917
1896 Clerestory roof. Overall length was 61' 11 ¼" with 15' 5" RPO section.
800WoodMilk CarBM 1898D&Hrebuilt
in 1930
1898retired after 194653' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
801WoodMilk CarBM 1898D&Hrebuilt
in 1930
1898retired after 194653' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
802WoodMilk CarBM 1900D&Horiginal #462,
rebuilt
in 1911
1900retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks. Diagram notes six
vents on each side running the length of the
car at floor height.
803WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
804WoodMilk CarBM 1900D&Horiginal #464,
rebuilt
in 1911
1900retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks. Diagram notes six
vents on each side running the length of the
car at floor height.
805WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
806WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
807WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
808WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
809WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
810WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
811WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
812WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
813WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
814WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
815WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
816WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
817WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
818WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
819WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
820WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
821WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
822WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
823WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
824WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&Hrebuilt
in 1930
1906-1907retired after 194653' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
825WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&Hrebuilt
in 1927
1906-1907retired after 194653' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
826WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
827WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
828WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
829WoodMilk CarBM 1906D&Hrebuilt
in 1911
1906retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks. Diagram notes six
vents on each side running the length of the
car at floor height.
830WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
831WoodMilk CarBM 1906D&Hrebuilt
in 1911
1906retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks. Diagram notes six
vents on each side running the length of the
car at floor height.
832WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
833WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
834WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
835WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
836WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
837WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
838WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
839WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
840WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
841WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
842WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
843WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
844WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
845WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
846WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
847WoodMilk CarBM 1906-1907D&H 1906-1907retired prior
to 1946
53' 7 ½" in overall length, Commonwealth
express reefer trucks.
1001SteelCoachPB 1925Standard Steel CarEL #10011967 D&H Color Guide, p. 19
1010SteelCoachPB 1925Standard Steel CarEL #10101967
1012SteelCoachPB 1925Standard Steel CarEL #10121967 D&H Color Guide, p. 19
1014SteelCoachPB 1925Standard Steel CarEL #10141967
1021SteelCoachPB 1925Standard Steel CarEL #10211967
9561StainlessDome BuddAMTK #9561
16611 Refrigerator
(head end car)
16612 Refrigerator
(head end car)
16613 Refrigerator
(head end car)
16614 Refrigerator
(head end car)
16615 Refrigerator
(head end car)
16616 Refrigerator
(head end car)
16617 Refrigerator
(head end car)
16618 Refrigerator
(head end car)
16619 Refrigerator
(head end car)
16850 Produce
(head end car)
16851 Produce
(head end car)
16852 Produce
(head end car)
16853 Produce
(head end car)
16854 Produce
(head end car)
16855 Produce
(head end car)
16856 Produce
(head end car)
16857 Produce
(head end car)
16858 Produce
(head end car)
16859 Produce
(head end car)
16860 Produce
(head end car)
16861 Produce
(head end car)
16862 Produce
(head end car)
16863 Produce
(head end car)
16864 Produce
(head end car)
16865 Produce
(head end car)
16866 Produce
(head end car)
16867 Produce
(head end car)
16868 Produce
(head end car)
16869 Produce
(head end car)
16870 Produce
(head end car)
16871 Produce
(head end car)
16872 Produce
(head end car)
16873 Produce
(head end car)
16874 Produce
(head end car)
16875 Produce
(head end car)
16876 Produce
(head end car)
16877 Produce
(head end car)
16878 Produce
(head end car)
16879 Produce
(head end car)
16880 Produce
(head end car)
16881 Produce
(head end car)
16882 Produce
(head end car)
16883 Produce
(head end car)
16884 Produce
(head end car)
16885 Produce
(head end car)
16886 Produce
(head end car)
16887 Produce
(head end car)
16888 Produce
(head end car)
16889 Produce
(head end car)
16890 Produce
(head end car)