Passenger Roster

Passenger Roster from 1930 until the end of passenger service following the 1953 strike.

Number Builder Date Type Notes
98 Osgood-Bradley 1891 Instruction R/N 1/1950 from 261
99 Pullman 1891 Business Wood, steel underframe
128-130 American Car and Foundry 1914 Baggage Steel
131-137 Various 1902-11 Baggage Wood, steel underframe
140-141 Pullman/Osgood-Bradley 1911-13 Baggage Former RPO-Baggage 182-183
170-173 RPO-Baggage Wood, steel underframe
180-182 Pullman 1911 RPO-Baggage Wood, steel underframe
183 Osgood-Bradley 1913 RPO-Baggage Wood, steel underframe
190-192 Osgood-Bradley 1928 RPO-Baggage Steel
253 1902 Combine 4/1954 to X625
255-256 Harland & Hollingworth 1898 Combine Rebuilt from coach in 10/1915. Car originally built for Ogdensburg & Lake Champlain. Used in express service 1954-60
260-261 Wagner Car Company 1891 Combine Wood, steel underframe, built as coach.
274-276 Standard Steel Car 1914 RPO-Coach Steel – 275 destroyed 1/1918 on B&M
280 American Car and Foundry 1914 Combine Rebuilt 3/53 from 724
281 American Car and Foundry 1914 Combine Rebuilt 2/53 from 725
551-552 Osgood-Bradley 1913 Coach Wood
711-716 Osgood-Bradley 1912-1913 Coach Wood, steel underframe
717-727 American Car and Foundry 1914 Coach Steel
900 Osgood-Bradley 1913 Diner-Coach Wood
1108 Standard Steel Car 1921 Coach Steel, ex Pere Marquette, purchased 1953, air-conditioned in 1937
1110 Standard Steel Car 1921 Coach Steel, ex Pere Marquette, purchased 1953, air-conditioned in 1937

Sources:

  • Passenger Cars of New England, Vol 3 – Robert A. Liljestrand & David R. Sweetland
  • The Rutland, 60 Years of Trying, Vol 1 – Robert Nimke