The Pere Marquette Historical Society, Inc.

Condensed Roster of Pere Marquette Freight Cars

Updated: 31-OCT-2015
This roster is intended to describe, in a general fashion, all of the major types of freight car owned by the Pere Marquette, following its creation at the turn of the century. Given the sketchy records that exist of the PM's early freight cars, it is bound to be incomplete. It will be updated as more information becomes available.

This roster is divided into sections by general car type:

Pere Marquette Revenue Freight Cars  (cover)

PM Freight Car Book

The definitive book on PM freight cars, Pere Marquette Revenue Freight Cars, by PMHS President Art Million and Secretary-Treasurer John Paton is in stores now.


Insulated Box and Refrigerator Cars

The PM was a pretty heavy user of insulated box cars and reefers, due mostly to the great volume of produce it hauled. Among other commodities, the PM hauled large amounts of celery out of the Hudsonville area, cherries from the Grand Traverse Bay region, and onions from Newaygo County. Other fruits and vegetables were hauled from other places as well, but mostly from West Michigan (much less-perishable produce, such as beans and sugar beets was hauled from the Thumb) . As a result, the PM was an early participant and stock holder in Fruit Growers Express.

Numbers
Description
   Inside
Length
   Capy.
Cu.Ft.
   Capy.
Pounds
  
Builder
   Year
Built
   Retired
By
1-10 Refrigerator (wood)    27'6"    ?    50000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
11-110 Refrigerator (wood)    32'1"    ?    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
111 Refrigerator (wood)    33'4"    ?    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
25000-25299 Refrigerator (wood)    33'2"    1880    80000    PM Ry. Shops   
1924
  
1941
66001-66025 Box (steel underframe)    39'7"    2370    80000    ?   
before
1939
  
1954
67001-67010 Box (steel underframe)    33'2"    1880    80000    ?   
before
1939
  
1949
69001-69004 Ins. Box    39'7"    2370    80000    ?   
before
1941
  
1954
69011-69018 Ins. Box (steel u.f.)    40'6"    2896    80000    ?   
before
1947
  
1954

Boxcars

PM boxcar #83564From its beginning, the PM was closely associated with the furniture industry and the automotive industry. This traffic necessitated the PM developing a large fleet of boxcars specially outfitted for these uses.

Four ex-PM boxcars are preserved. Two steel 50' boxcars have been cosmetically restored, #72222 at Grand Haven, Michigan and #72332 at Owosso. Two 40' single-sheathed wooden boxcars are preserved, #58305 at Owosso, Michigan and #88958 at the B&O Museum in Baltimore. At least one other wooden ex-PM boxcar is stored in Ludington, Michigan, as well.


Numbers
Description
   Inside
Length
   Capy.
Cu.Ft.
   Capy.
Pounds
  
Builder
   Year
Built
   Retired
By
500-805 Furniture (wood)    40'    3010    60000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
806 Furniture (wood)    40'    3010    60000    ?   
before
1908
  
1931
900-949 Furniture (wood)    38'    2829    50000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
950-958 Furniture (wood)    35'    50000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
960-985 Furniture (wood)    40'8"    2760    50000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
986-995 Furniture (wood)    50'    3780    40000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
996-999 Furniture (wood)    45'    3673    50000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
999 Furniture (wood)    49'6"    3726    50000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
1700-1799 Charcoal (wood)    33-35'    ?    30-40000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
1800-1825 Charcoal, tight roof    33-35'    ?    30-40000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
2800-3016 Box (wood)    27-29'    ?    24-35000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
3017-3149 Box (wood)    27-29'    ?    24-35000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
3150-3479 Box (wood)    32-34'    ?    40000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
3489-4999 Box (wood)    32-34'    ?    30000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
5000-5185 Box (wood)    32-34'    ?    40000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
5200-5383 Box (wood)    33'6"    2002    50000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
5610-5633 Box (wood)    33'    1637    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
5635-5669 Box (wood)    33'6"    1810    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
5850-5858 Box (wood)    37 '5"    2419    50000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
5870-5888 Box (wood)    37'4"    2562    50000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
5895-5999 Box (wood)    37'4"    2452    50000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
6000-6249 Box (wood)    35'10"    2332    60000    ?   
before
1900
  
1931
6300-6923 Box (wood)    38'    2459    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
6989-6999 Box (wood)    34'    1950    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
7000-7155 Box, ventilated (wood)    38'    2429    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
7200-7207 Box, ventilated (wood)    36'    2440    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
7500-8499 Box (wood)    38'    2429    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
20000-21999 (lst) Box (wood)    33'    ?    ?    ?   
before
1904
  
1908
22000-22999 Box (wood)    33'9"    ?    30000    ?   
before
1904
  
1908
26000-26999 Box (wood)    33'9"    ?    50000    ?   
before
1904
  
1908
28000-28049 Box (wood)    36'2"    ?    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
30000-30099 Box, ventilated (wood)    36'    2448    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
30100-30513 Box (wood)    36'    2448    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
30514-30527 Box (wood)    36'    2448    60000    ?   
before
1908
  
1931
31000-31999 Box (wood)    36'    2448    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
32000-33249 Box (wood)    36'    2424    60000    ?   
before
1908
  
1931
40000-42649 Box (wood)    38'    2136    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1939
42650-43149 Vehicle (wood)    36'    2524    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1939
43150-43649 Box (wood)    38'    2118    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1939
50000-52499 Box (wood)    36'    2524    85000    ?   
before
1908
  
1939
52500-52999 Auto (wood)    36'    2524    85000    ?   
before
1908
  
1939
53000-53999 Box (wood)    36'    2524    85000    ?   
before
1908
  
1939
54000-54044 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3170    75000    Western Stl. Car   
1922-23
  
1954
54100-54163 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3170    80000    Western Stl. Car   
1922-23
  
1954
54200-54240 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3170    80000    Western Stl. Car   
1922-23
  
1954
54300-54344 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3403    70000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1927
  
1957
54500-54571 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3170    75000    Western Stl. Car   
1922-23
  
1954
54600-54620 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3403    70000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1927
  
1960
54700-54709 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    37l2    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1960
55100 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3403    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1927
  
1957
55200-55209 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1960
55300-55309 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3170    80000    Western Stl. Car   
1922-23
  
1954
55310-55319 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3170    80000    Western Stl. Car   
1922-23
  
1954
55400-55407 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3170    80000    Western Stl. Car   
1922-23
  
1957
55500-55527 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1954
55600-55694 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1967
55750-55799 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1967
56000-56014 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    37l2    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1957
56200 Auto (steel)    40'6"    3712    75000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1973
56300-56316 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    65000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1957
59500-59529 Auto (steel)    50'5"    4587    75000    Ralston   
1936
  
1960
59600-59611 Auto (steel)    50'6"    4545    70000    Ralston   
1936
  
1965
59701-59727 Auto (steel)    50'6"    4545    65000    Ralston   
1936
  
1965
59728 Box (steel)    50'6"    4545    75000    Ralston   
1936
  
1957
59750-59763 Box (steel)    50'6"    4545    75000    Ralston   
1936
  
1957
60001-60014 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3403    70000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1927
  
1957
60015-60019 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3403    30000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1927
  
1957
60050-60059 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    75000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1957
60060-60064 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1957
61001-61040 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3098    80000    Std. Stl. Car   
1920
  
1949
61041-61050 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3098    80000    ?   
1919-20
  
1949
62001-62015 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3098    80000   
1919-20
  
1949
63001-63060 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3403    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1927
  
1957
64001-64050 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3098    80000    ?   
1919-20
  
1954
64075-64084 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1949
65001-65061 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1965
65062-65069 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1957
65070-65093 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1949
67050-67057 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3098    80000    ?   
1919-20
  
1949
68001-68049 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1949
68050-68069 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    75000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
1949
69045-69099 Auto (steel underframe)    40'6"    3098    80000    ?   
1919-20
  
1949
70000-70999 Box (steel center sill)    40'    3060    80000    Haskel & Barker   
1917-18
  
1949
71000-71249 Furniture (steel)    50'6"    4545    75000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1930
  
1974
71250-71349 Auto (steel)    50'6"    4587    65000    Ralston   
1936
  
1976
72000-72049 Auto, Furniture (steel)    50'6"    4629    100000    Greenville   
1940
  
1976
72050-72099 Auto, Furniture (steel)    50'6"    4629    100000    Greenville   
1940
72100-72124 Auto, Furniture (steel)    50'6"    4629    100000    Greenville   
1941
72125-72149 Auto, Furniture (steel)    50'6"    4629    110000    Greenville   
1941
  
1976
72150-72199 Auto (steel)    50'6"    4629    100000    Greenville   
1941
  
1976
72200-72349 Auto (steel)    50'6"    5037    100000    Ralston   
1946
72350-72399 Damage Free Box (steel)    50'6"    5037    100000    Ralston   
1946
80000-80499 Auto (steel u.f., USRA)    40'6"    3098    80000    Standard Stl. Car   
1920
  
1949
80500-80999 Box (steel u.f., USRA)    40'6"    3098    80000    Standard Stl. Car   
1920
  
1949
81000-81109 Box (steel u.f., USRA)    40'6"    3098    80000    Keith   
1919
  
1949
81110-81323 Box (steel u.f. USRA)    40'6"    3098    80000    McGuire Car Co.   
1920
  
1949
81324-81989 Box (steel u.f. USRA)    40'6"    3098    80000    Pacific Car & Fdy.   
1920
  
1949
82000-83499 Box (steel)    40'6"    3053    100000    Std. Stl. Car Co.   
1930
83500-83649 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    100000    Amer. Car & Fdy.   
1941
83650-83799 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    100000    Pullman-Standard   
1940-41
  
1976
83800-83999 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    100000    General American   
1941
84000-84099 Box (welded, steel)    40'6"    3733    100000    Pullman-Standard   
1940
  
1977
84100-84199 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    100000    Amer. Car & Fdy.   
1941
  
1975
84200-84299 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    100000    General American   
1941
84300-84399 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    100000    Pullman-Standard   
1941
  
1975
85000-85000 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3170    80000    Western Stl. Car   
1922-23
  
1957
86000-87499 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3170    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1923
  
1957
88000-88349 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3403    80000    Nat'l. Stl. Car   
1926
  
1954
88350-89299 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3403    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1927
  
1960
89300-89349 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3403    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1927
  
1935
89350-90349 Box (steel underframe)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
90350-90399 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pullman   
1930
  
1975
90400-90499 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pullman   
1930
  
1970
90500-90849 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pullman   
1930
90850-90999 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pullman   
1930
  
1975
91000-91499 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pullman   
1930
  
1975
91500-91699 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pullman   
1930
  
1975
91850-92349 Box (steel)    40'6"    3712    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1930
  
1974
93000-93199 Auto (steel)    40'6"    3847    80000    Ralston   
1936
  
1975
93200-93399 Auto (steel)    40'6"    3847    80000    Ralston   
1936
  
1973
93400-93499 Auto (steel)    40'6"    3847    80000    Ralston   
1941
  
1974

Livestock Cars

Yes, the PM actually had livestock cars of its own. Presumably, much of this traffic was between points in rural Michigan and meat packing plants at Detroit and Chicago. Several photos published recently show one or two cattle cars coupled just behind the locomotive on various PM freights in the late 1930s.

None of these are known to have been preserved.

Numbers
Description
   Inside
Length
   Capy.
Cu.Ft.
   Capy.
Pounds
  
Builder
   Year
Built
   Retired
By
   Comment
1915-1969 Stock, single deck    32-33'    ?    28-40000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
    
1970-1999 Stock, single deck    38'    ?    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1939
    
2000-2199 (1st) Stock, single deck    38'    2362    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
    
2000-2049 (2nd) Stock, single deck    40'6"    3403    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1927
  
1971
   Converted from 89300-89349-series boxcars in 1934.
2200-2249 Stock, adj. dbl, deck    38'    2362    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
    
2250-2308 Stock, adj. dbl. deck    38'    2362    60000    ?   
before
1908
  
1931
    

Gondola and Early Coal Cars

The Pere Marquette owned a good-sized fleet of gondolas over the years. The most striking load regularly carried by its gondolas in later years was auto and truck frames.


Numbers
Description
   Inside
Length
   Capy.
Cu.Ft.
   Capy.
Pounds
  
Builder
   Year
Built
   Retired
By
   Comment
9000-9100 Coal, drop bottom    35'6"    ?    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
9101-9200 Coal    34'10"    ?    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
9201-9300 Coal, drop bottom    34'10"    ?    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
9301-9400 Coal    34'10"    ?    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
9450-9499 Coal    32'6"    ?    50-60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
9500-9949 Coal    31-35'    ?    35-60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
9969-9999 Coal    19'4"-31'    ?    24-40000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
10000-10199 (1st) Coal Gondola    35'6"    ?    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
10000-10099 (2nd) Gondola (steel)    40'6"    1899    100000    Ralston Stl. Car   
1930
  
1967
  Renumbered from 17650-18399-series cars in 1946; refitted for auto frame loading.
10100-10199 (2nd) Gondola (steel)    50'6"    1439    140000    Greenville   
1930
  
1971
  Renumbered from 18400-18649-series cars in 1946; refitted for auto frame loading.
10200-10299 Gondola (steel)    40'6"    1899    100000    Ralston Stl. Car   
1930
  
1966
  Renumbered from 17650-18399-series cars in 1946; refitted for auto frame loading.
10250-10998 Coal Gondola    36'    ?    30000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
11000-11089 Coal Gondola    32'1"    ?    60050    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
11100-11199 Coal Gondola    36'6"    ?    80000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
12000-12799 Coal Gondola (dropends)    35'1"    ?    80000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
12800-12899 Coal Gondola (side dump)    33'4"    ?    30000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
   
12900-12999 Gondola    36'6"    ?    80000    ?   
before
1908
  
1931
   
17000-17249 Gondola (composite)    42'    1980    110000    Illinois Car Co.   
1927
  
1967
   
17250-17649 Gondola (composite)    42'    1980    110000    Magor Car Co.   
1929
  
1976
   
17650-18399 Gondola (stl., wd,flr.)    40'6"    1899    100000    Ralston Stl. Car   
1930
  
?
   
18400-18649 Gondola (stl.,dropends)    50'6"    1439    140000    Greenville   
1930
  
1974
   
18650-18849 Gondola (stl., dropends)    50'6"    1439    140000    Bethlehem Steel   
1941
  
?
   
18850-18949 Gondola (stl.,dropends)    52'6"    1745    140000    Bethlehem Steel   
1944
  
?
 

Flat Cars


Numbers
Description
   Inside
Length
   Capy.
Cu.Ft.
   Capy.
Pounds
  
Builder
   Year
Built
   Retired
By
13000-13413 (1st) Flat    28-34'    n/a    24-30000    ?   
before
1904
  
1919
14000-14350 (1st) Flat    33-34'    n/a    40000    ?   
before
1904
  
1923
14576-14999 Flat    36'    n/a    40000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
15000-15019 (1st) Flat    33-34'    n/a    50000    ?   
before
1904
  
1927
15020-15103 (1st) Flat    34'    n/a    50000    ?   
before
1904
  
1927
15104-15482 (1st) Flat    34'    n/a    50000    ?   
before
1904
  
1927
15500-15628 Flat    36'    n/a    50000    ?   
before
1908
  
1931
15629-15999 Flat    36'    n/a    50000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
16000-16267 (1st) Flat    36'    n/a    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
16300-16399 (1st) Flat    36'    n/a    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
16400-16999 (1st) Flat    37'    n/a    60000    ?   
before
1904
  
1931
16000-16099 (2nd) Flat (steel)    42'1"    n/a    100000    Bethlehem Steel   
1930
  
?
16500 (2nd) Flat (steel underframe)    40'10"    n/a    80000    PM Railway   
1930
  
1941
16500-16749 (3rd) Flat (steel)    53'6"    n/a    140000    Greenville   
1942
  
1989
16750-16849 (2nd) Flat (steel)    53'6"    n/a    140000    Greenville   
1944
  
1991

Open-Top and Covered Hoppers

PM covered hopper #20139The PM's open-top hopper fleet seemed to be used mostly in company service, distributing coal to the various locomotive terminals around the system. Its covered hopper fleet served mostly the sand and cement industries, with many loads generated from sand pits along the western shoreline of the state of Michigan.

The only known preserved ex-PM hopper of any type is covered hopper #20054, at the B&O Museum in Baltimore.


Numbers
Description
   Inside
Length
   Capy.
Cu.Ft.
   Capy.
Pounds
  
Builder
   Year
Built
   Retired
By
13000-13499 (2nd) USRA-Design Hopper (stl., twin)    30'6"    1880    110000    Ralston Stl. Car   
1919
  
1957
13500-13999 USRA-Design Hopper (stl., twin)    30'6"    1880    110000    Amer. Car & Fdy.   
1920
  
1957
14000-14499(2nd) Hopper, (steel, twin)    30'6"    1880    110000    Ralston Stl. Car   
1923
  
1957
15000-15249(2nd) Hopper (steel, triple)    40'    2710    140000    Standard Stl. Car   
1927
  
1960
20000-20024(2nd) Covered hopper (steel)    29'3"    1958    140000    Amer. Car & Fdy.   
1942
  
1988
20025-20049(2nd) Covered hopper (steel)    29'3"    1958    140000    Amer. Car & Fdy.   
1944
  
1988
20050-20149(2nd) Covered hopper (steel)    29'3"    1958    140000    Greenville   
1946
  
1989

Non-Revenue Cars

The PM owned its share of non-revenue cars. Most unusual were the CF1500-series coal hoppers used to deliver coal onto the car ferries. They closely resembled ore cars.

The tanks cars are not well documented in remaining records. Presumably some were used for carrying lubrication oil, while others were water cars.

The cabooses also included many wooden cabs in the A200-, A300-, A400-, A500- and A600- series, which have varied origins and have proven to be somewhat difficult to neatly categorize. Many cars in the A300-, A500- and A600-series closely resembled caboose #A557, preserved at Shelby Township, MI, #A566, preserved at Holland, MI, and #A621, preserved at the Huckleberry Railroad, near Flint.


Numbers
Description
   Inside
Length
   Capy.
Cu.Ft.
   Capy.
Pounds
  
Builder
   Year
Built
   Retired
By
A800-A824 Caboose, wood-sheathed    26'1-5/8"    ?    ?    Magor Car Co.   
1930
  
1972
A901-A925 Caboose steel    24'    ?    ?    Magor Car Co.   
1937
  
?
A950-A989 Caboose steel    24'1-5/8"    ?    ?    St. Louis Car Co.   
1941
  
?
AD300-AD309 Air dump, steel    34'    808    100000    Magor Car Co.   
1927
  
?
AD310-AD329 Air dump, steel    33'3"    ?    91000    Koppel Ind. Car   
1927
  
?
CF1500-CF1524 Carferry hopper (steel)    19'11"    ?    80000    Pressed Stl. Car   
1929
  
?
DO-10 Tank (steel)    ?    8247 gal.    102700    Chicago Stl. Car   
1916
  
1960
DO-11 Tank (steel)    29'8"    8148 gal.    93700    PM Railway   
1942
  
1954
DO-12 Tank (steel)    ?    8308 gal.    80000    ?   
before
1947
  
1957
DO-13 Tank (steel)    ?    7427 gal.    80000    ?   
before
1947
  
1960
G-1 to G-42 Ballast    ?    ?    80000    Rodger Bal. Car   
before
1904
  
1931
G-43 to G-142 (1st) Ballast, convertible    32'2"    ?    80000    Rodger Bal. Car   
before
1908
  
1931
G-143 to G-292 Ballast, convertible    39'    2038    80000    Rodger Bal. Car   
1905
  
1939
G-100 to G-124 (2nd) Ballast (steel)    33'2"    1717    123100    Amer. Car & Fdy.   
1927
  
1974
1000-1074 Ballast (steel)    33'2"    1982    122300    Amer. Car & Fdy.   
1929
  
?
S-75 Tank (steel)    30'8"    7080 gal.    104200    General American   
19??
  
?
S-76 Tank (steel)    30'    7046 gal.    101800    General American   
19??
  
?
S-77 Tank (steel)    28'3"    6320 gal.    63500    PM Railway   
1926
  
?

 

 

 
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