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Chuck Zeiler's Collection
 
7/15/2024
 
 
 
 
 
By:Chuck Zeiler
Dates:12/1/1950 - 12/31/1984
Album Info:Photos of various transit and trolley systems that don't have enough images to warrant their own albums.
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BCER 1227
Title:  BCER 1227
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1227 at Carrell Street Station in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on September 7, 1950 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  9/7/1950  Upload Date: 7/18/2022 2:33:34 PM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  BCER 1227(Trolley) BCER 1307(Trolley)
Views:  67   Comments: 0
HN 1
Title:  HN 1
Description:  Hutchinson & Northern Railway 1 at Hutchinson, Kansas on August 16, 1965, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. The following is from the book, Interurban Electric Locomotives From General Electric, by Joseph A. Strapac: This locomotive was GE's second inside-frame truck electric locomotive, built for stock in January 1921 ( c/n 7867 ), weighing 30 tons. In September 1923 it was leased to the Carey Salt Company ( Hutchinson, Kansas ) for use on their client, the H&N, eventually purchased by the H&N in January 1927. In 1919 General Electric began its design of the so-called Frameless truck. In the interests of less expensive manufacturing, GE engineers dispensed with outside bearings, journal boxes, and equalizing bars. In place of the customary two axle bearings, the traction motor itself was modified and provided with a single substantial bearing in place of the usual auxiliary bearings. The gears occupied their usual locations. Each traction motor frame was cast with two pairs of lugs directly over the axle bearing to receive the ends of the equalizer bars. In addition to the usual function of truck equalizers in supporting the transom, they tied the trucks together and held all the parts in alignment. The first GE locomotive with this truck design was construction number 6988, erected at Erie in early 1919. It was a 50 ton model, an engineering prototype, and sent out to demonstrate on the Illinois Electric Railway. After the demonstration, the locomotive ( renumbered E-8 ) spent the years 1921 to 1926 working on GE's captive railroad, the East Erie Commercial Railroad, after which it was sold to the H&N as number 2. Only one other locomotive was built with this truck design, sold to the Lackawanna Railroad ( c/n 10046, built in 1926 ) for use on its Wallabout car float terminal in Brooklyn, New York as DL&W 4001. The H&N 1 was donated to the Orange Empire Museum in 1972, the H&N 2 languished in a scrap yard for years before reportedly finding its way to a museum, the DL&W was sold in 1942 to the Shawinigan Falls Terminal Railway in Canada, renumbered 7, and disappeared.
Photo Date:  8/16/1965  Upload Date: 9/7/2018 12:35:45 AM
Location:  Hutchinson, KS
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  HN 1(Steeple Cab)
Views:  511   Comments: 1
H&N 1
Title:  H&N 1
Description:  Hutchinson & Northern Railway 1 at Hutchinson, Kansas on August 16, 1965, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. The following is from the book, Interurban Electric Locomotives From General Electric, by Joseph A. Strapac:

This locomotive was GE's second inside-frame truck electric locomotive, built for stock in January 1921 (c/n 7867), weighing 30 tons. In September 1923 it was leased to the Carey Salt Company (Hutchinson, Kansas) for use on their client, the H&N, eventually purchased by the H&N in January 1927. In 1919 General Electric began its design of the so-called Frameless truck. In the interests of less expensive manufacturing, GE engineers dispensed with outside bearings, journal boxes, and equalizing bars. In place of the customary two axle bearings, the traction motor itself was modified and provided with a single substantial bearing in place of the usual auxiliary bearings. The gears occupied their usual locations. Each traction motor frame was cast with two pairs of lugs directly over the axle bearing to receive the ends of the equalizer bars. In addition to the usual function of truck equalizers in supporting the transom, they tied the trucks together and held all the parts in alignment. The first GE locomotive with this truck design was construction number 6988, erected at Erie in early 1919. It was a 50 ton model, an engineering prototype, and sent out to demonstrate on the Illinois Electric Railway. After the demonstration, the locomotive (renumbered E-8) spent the years 1921 to 1926 working on GE's captive railroad, the East Erie Commercial Railroad, after which it was sold to the H&N as #2. Only one other locomotive was built with this truck design, sold to the Lackawanna Railroad (c/n 10046, built in 1926) for use on its Wallabout car float terminal in Brooklyn, New York as DL&W 4001. The H&N 1 was donated to the Orange Empire Museum in 1972, the H&N 2 languished in a scrap yard for years before reportedly finding its way to a museum, the DL&W was sold in 1942 to the Shawinigan Falls Terminal Railway in Canada, renumbered 7, and disappeared.

Photo Date:  8/16/1965  Upload Date: 6/24/2014 8:51:01 AM
Location:  Hutchinson, KS
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
Locomotives:  HN 1(Steeple Cab)
Views:  735   Comments: 0
H&N 3
Title:  H&N 3
Description:  Hutchinson & Northern Railway 3 at Hutchinson, Kansas on August 16, 1965, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. Number 3 was built in March 1948 as 65 ton Kansas City Pulbic Service 2 (c/n 29312) and lasted into the 1950 until the wires came down. It was sold to Carey Salt Company for use on their Hutchinson & Northern Railway, becoming H&N 3. It lasted on the H&N until February 1970, when the wires came down, and was sold to a private indivdual, overhauled, and moved to storage in Pennsylvania.
Photo Date:  8/16/1965  Upload Date: 6/24/2014 10:07:19 AM
Location:  Hutchinson, KS
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  HN 3(Steeple Cab)
Views:  716   Comments: 0
NIAJ 17
Title:  NIAJ 17
Description:  Niagara Junction Railway E10B 17 on an unknown day in June 1965, Kodachrome by unknown photographer, Chuck Zeiler collection. Number 17 was built in August 1952 (c/n 31140), among the last of the steeple cab design electric locomotives built by General Electric. Niagara Junction received seven of this model E10B, road numbers 14-20, later Conrail 4750-4756. Number 17 became CR 4753 on August 19, 1977 and Metro-North Commuter Railroad 403 in January 1983.
Photo Date:  6/1/1965  Upload Date: 7/9/2014 12:30:58 PM
Location:  Niagara Falls, NY
Author:  unknown
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  NIAJ 17(E10B)
Views:  390   Comments: 0
IATR 30
Title:  IATR 30
Description:  Iowa Terminal Railroad 30 at Charles City, Iowa on an unknown day in August 1965, Kodachrome by unknown photographer, Chuck Zeiler collection. Number 30 was built by the McGuire Cummings Company in 1915 as Charles City Western 300. It was equipped with four GE205E traction motors, McG-C10A trucks, MC 101A controls, and weighed 70,000 pounds. It was acquited by the IATR in December 1964. It was sold to the Illinois Railway Museum in March 1970 and shipped in 1972.
Photo Date:  8/1/1965  Upload Date: 7/7/2014 12:15:11 PM
Location:  Charles City, IA
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  IATR 30(Steeple Cab)
Views:  857   Comments: 3
IATR 31
Title:  IATR 31
Description:  Iowa Terminal Railroad 31 at Emery, Iowa on an unknown day, photographer unknown, Chuck Zeiler collection. Number 31 was built by the Cincinnati Car Company in 1922 as Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee Railroad Mechandise Motor 216. The Iowa Terminal acquired three of these motors after the CNS&M shut down in 1963 (#'s 216, 234, and 239), number 31 (216) was lost in a fire on Thanksgiving day in 1967. Former CNS&M 234 was stored until 1968, then renumbered to IATR 33. The former 239 was never used on the Iowa Terminal but was stripped for parts.
Photo Date:  1/1/1967  Upload Date: 1/14/2015 12:08:53 PM
Location:  Emery, IA
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Yard
Locomotives:  IATR 31(Interurban) CNSM 216(Interurban)
Views:  644   Comments: 1
IATR 33
Title:  IATR 33
Description:  Iowa Terminal Railroad box motor at Charles City, Iowa on an unknown day in August 1965, Kodachrome by unknown photographer, Chuck Zeiler collection. During 1963 the Iowa Terminal acquired three former Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee Railway merchandise box motors ( #'s 216, 234, 239 ) to ease a motive power shortage. The former 216 was renumbered to IART 31 and was destroyed in a fire in 1967. Number 234 was eventually renumbered to IATR 33, stored until 1968 and used in service until 1974. Number 239 was assigned IATR 32, but was never repainted and instead used as a parts source. By process of elimination, I believe this photo shows former CNS&M 234 ( front ) and 239 ( rear ).
Photo Date:  8/1/1965  Upload Date: 10/18/2016 1:51:40 PM
Location:  Charles City, IA
Author:  unknown
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  IATR 33(Interurban)
Views:  546   Comments: 0
BAP 42
Title:  BAP 42
Description:  Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Railway 42 at Rocker, Montana on October 10, 1958, Kodachrome by unknown photographer, Chuck Zeiler collection. The following is from CERA Bulletin 116, which contained reprints of various the General Electric Company publications, in this case, GE Bulletin CEA-828, published in February 1928: The Butte Anaconda & Pacific is essentially an ore-hauling road, the freight traffic from this source originating at the copper mines located near the top of Butte Hill. From the mines, the trains are lowered down the mountain a distance of 4½ miles to the Rocker yards, located a few miles west of the city of Butte. At this point new main-line trains are made up for transportation to Anaconda. The main-line division extends through a rough, mountainous country, a distance of about 20 miles, with grades as high as 0.3 per cent against the loaded trains and 1 per cent against trains of empty cars. In addition to 32 miles of electrified road, there are also numberous sidings, yards, and smelter tracks equipped with overhead trolley, which makes for a total of 123 miles on a single-track basis.
Photo Date:  10/10/1958  Upload Date: 3/20/2013 3:21:48 PM
Location:  Rocker, MT
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Roster,Yard
Locomotives:  BAP 42(Boxcab)
Views:  1478   Comments: 1
BAP 48
Title:  BAP 48
Description:  Hurry up and wait on the footboard of Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Railway 48 at Rocker, Montana on October 10, 1958, Kodachrome by unknown photographer (it looks like Dick Rumbolz handwriting on the slide mount), Chuck Zeiler collection. I don't know much about these locomotives except that they were 2400 volt, built by GE in 1914-1915, and featured pin-connected trucks. All the drawbar force was through the trucks, the body rode on top. The following is from CERA Bulletin 116, which contained reprints of various the General Electric Company publications, in this case, GE Bulletin CEA-828, published in February 1928: The locomotive equipment consists of 28 units weighing 82.25 tons each, 27 for freight and one for passenger service, and three 40-ton tractor trucks. The three tractor trucks are used with locomotives in Butte Yard, forming a 120-ton six-axle locomotive capable of handling much heavier trains, but at a slightly lower speed. The motors are GE-229-A commutating-pole type, wound for 1200 and insulated for 2400 volts. Two 1200-volt motors are permanently connected in series. The double unit, 160-ton freight locomotive is capable of giving a continuous sustained output of 2100 horsepower. The 2400 volt contactors are operated from the 600 volt control circuit and are specially constructed to separate the 2400 volts from the coils and interlocks which carry the 600 volt current. The controller provides ten steps in series and nine in series-parallel. The transition between series and series-parallel is made by a special change-over switch, which is operated electro-pneumatically. Current is collected by roller pantographs, pneumatically operated and controlled from the Engineer's compartment by an air valve. A 2400-volt insulated bus runs along the center of the cab roof. These buses are connected together by couplers between the two freight units, so that current may be obtained from either of the two collectors. For operating the control and air compressor and for lighting the locomotive and cars, 600-volt current is suppled from a 2400/600 volt dynamotor installed in each locomotive. This machine is similar to the 1200/600 dynamotor, having two distinct sets of armature coils wound on the same core and brought out to the commutator at each end. One of these windings in designed for 1800-volts and the other for 600-volts, the two commutators being connected in series across the 2400-volt circuit. The load current is taken from the 600-volt commutator.
Photo Date:  10/10/1958  Upload Date: 1/23/2013 3:30:46 PM
Location:  Rocker, MT
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Roster,Yard,Track
Locomotives:  BAP 48(Boxcab) BAP 47(Boxcab)
Views:  2696   Comments: 0
BAP 64
Title:  BAP 64
Description:  Butte Anaconda & Pacific Railway Alco-GE 64 and 55 at Rocker, Montana on October 10, 1958, Kodachrome by unknown photographer, Chuck Zeiler collection. Information about these locomotives is a little hard to come by, but here's what I found so far, from the Electric Railway Journal May 31, 1913, verbatim including spelling:

The initial equipment consists of 17 units, 15 for freight and two for passenger service. Each unit weighs approximately 80 tons. The two units forming a freight locomotive in each case will be coupled together and operated in multiple, and combination locomotives will haul the 3400 ton train at a maximum speed of 15 m.p.h against the ruling grade and at 21 m.p.h on level tangent track. The passenger locomotives are the same design as the freight locomotives except they are geared for a maximum of 45 m.p.h. on level tangent track. A schedule of eight passenger trains per day, four each way, is maintained, the average train being composed of a locomotive and three standard passenger coaches. All locomotive equipment, as well as the substation apparatus and overhead line material, was designed and built by the General Electric Company. One of the locomotives will be exhibited at the Master Mechanics' and Master Car Builders' conventions in Atlantic City. The general design is of the articulated double-truck type, all weight being on the drivers. The cab, containing the Engineer's compartment in each end and a central compartment for the control apparatus, is carried by the two truck frames on center pins. It is of the box type, extending the entire length of the locomotive, and is provided with end and side doors. Friction draft gear mounted on the outer end frame of each truck transmits the hauling and buffing stresses directly through the truck frame, diverting these strains from the center pins and underframe. The trucks are built of heavy steel castings. The side frames are of a truss pattern with heavy top and bottom members and pedestal tie bars. They are connected by end frames and a cast-steel center transom. The entire weight is carried on semi-elliptic springs suitably equilized. On each axle is mounted a motor of the twin-geared type. The cab underframe conists of two 12 inch longitudinal steel channels on either side of the center and two six inch X six inch steel angles along the outer edge. The central channels are inclosed and form a distributing air duct for forced ventilation. Air is conducted through the center pins, which are hollow, into the truck transoms and thence to the motors. The Engineer's compartment, at either end of the cab, contains the operator's seat, controller, air-brake valves, bell and whisle ropes, ammeter, air gages, sanders, and other control appartus that should be within immediate reach of the Engineer.

Photo Date:  10/10/1958  Upload Date: 7/25/2013 12:20:11 PM
Location:  Rocker, MT
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Roster,Yard
Locomotives:  BAP 64(Boxcab) BAP 55(Boxcab)
Views:  1369   Comments: 0
WCF&N 100
Title:  WCF&N 100
Description:  Waterloo Cedar Falls & Northern 100 at Moravia, Iowa on August 29, 1965, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. Number 100 was built in 1914 by the McGuire Cummings Manufacturing Company as an open platform (the end pictured) parlor buffet with motors but no controls, so it was trained with a 140 series car leading. Around 1918, coach seats replaced the parlor seats, and around 1928 a baggage section and controls were added and the open platform was enclosed. In 1956 car 100 was donated to the Iowa Chapter of the NRHS. The car was transfered to the Iowa Terminal in 1966 and destroyed in a car barn fire in 1967.
Photo Date:  8/29/1965  Upload Date: 3/12/2015 1:44:34 PM
Location:  Moravia, IA
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  WCFN 100(Trolley)
Views:  273   Comments: 0
SIRY 101
Title:  SIRY 101
Description:  Southern Iowa Railway box motor 101 at Moravia, Iowa on August 29, 1965, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. This motor was built by the American Car Company in 1915 for the Centerville Albia & Southern Railway, formerly the Albia & Centerville Railway. In 1941 the CA&S was reorganized and renamed the Southern Iowa Railway. The 101 was sold in 1974 to the Columbia Park & Southwestern in Olmsted Falls, Ohio.
Photo Date:  8/29/1965  Upload Date: 3/12/2015 6:02:24 PM
Location:  Moravia, IA
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  SIRY 101(Trolley)
Views:  241   Comments: 0
BCER 106
Title:  BCER 106
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 106 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on September 7, 1950, photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  9/7/1950  Upload Date: 5/24/2020 10:57:13 AM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  RollingStock,Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 106(Trolley)
Views:  136   Comments: 0
GRRY 228
Title:  GRRY 228
Description:  Grand River Railway 228 at Charles City, Iowa on an unknown day in August 1965, Kodachrome by unknown photographer, Chuck Zeiler collection. Number 228 was built in 1921 by the Preston Car Company in Preston, Ontario, Canada for the Grand River Railway. The company built two locomotives (#'s 226 and 228) for the GRRY, basically a lower roof, higher hood version of the Baldwin-Westinghouse Class D. The GRRY ceased electric operations on October 1, 1961 and the 228 went to the Iowa Terminal Railway, Mason City, Iowa in July 1963. However, the motor was never repainted or used (was to become Iowa Terminal 82) and was scrapped in 1968.
Photo Date:  8/1/1965  Upload Date: 11/3/2014 1:43:15 PM
Location:  Charles City, IA
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  GRRY 228(Steeple Cab)
Views:  560   Comments: 0
BCER 280
Title:  BCER 280
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 280 at Route 37 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on September 7, 1950, photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  9/7/1950  Upload Date: 5/24/2020 1:33:03 PM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  RollingStock,Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 280(Trolley)
Views:  140   Comments: 0
BCER 287
Title:  BCER 287
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 378 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on September 7, 1950 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  9/7/1950  Upload Date: 6/15/2020 3:51:59 PM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  RollingStock,Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 287(Trolley)
Views:  113   Comments: 0
BCER 378
Title:  BCER 378
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 378 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on September 7, 1950 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  9/7/1950  Upload Date: 6/20/2020 2:44:26 PM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  RollingStock,Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 378(Trolley)
Views:  102   Comments: 0
NH EP5 378
Title:  NH EP5 378
Description:  New Haven EP5 378 at Penn Station in New York City, New York on an unknown day in June 1963, Kodachrome by R. S. Short, Chuck Zeiler collection. It must be a warm day in 1963, the motorman on the inbound Long Island train has his door open. I'm from the midwest, so I have a question to New York City people. What is/was the Gothic-looking building, second from the far right above the trailers.
Photo Date:  6/1/1963  Upload Date: 6/19/2013 3:45:35 PM
Location:  Penn Station, NYC, NY
Author:  R. S. Short
Categories:  Yard
Locomotives:  NH 378(EP-5)
Views:  948   Comments: 2
BCER PCC 404
Title:  BCER PCC 404
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway PCC 404 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on September 7, 1950 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  9/7/1950  Upload Date: 6/22/2020 2:47:06 PM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 404(PCC)
Views:  127   Comments: 0
NJT Arrow II 600
Title:  NJT Arrow II 600
Description:  Arrow II 600 at the Hunterspoint Avenue station in Long Island City, Queens, New York on an unknown day in June 1980, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. I believe that these cars were in the employ of New Jersey transit. From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrow_%28railcar%29 : In 1974, General Electric produced 70 Arrow II cars in the married pair format, classed MA-1G. These cars were built in GE's Erie (PA) shops with car shells from Avco. The Arrow IIs were numbered 534-603. They were purchased specifically to replace the ancient PRR MP54s, which were slowly phased out of New Jersey service in late 1977. In service, the Arrow IIs were frequently leased to Amtrak for off-hour Clocker trains. From June 1978 until the summer of 1979, the Arrow IIs were leased to MARC, where they bumped the last operating MP54s from service. Cars 590-591 were heavily damaged in a collision at Seabrook, Maryland on June 9, 1978, early in their MARC service, but were later returned to service. From late 1979 until 1982, the Arrow IIs were loaned to Amtrak and were used for Silverliner Service and off-peak Clockers. Upon the formation of NJ Transit, the Arrow IIs were called back to New Jersey. The Arrow IIs had been well worn during their time with Amtrak, and required a thorough overhaul.
Photo Date:  6/1/1980  Upload Date: 9/20/2018 11:16:21 PM
Location:  New York, NY
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  NJT 600(Arrow II MU)
Views:  352   Comments: 0
SDTI 1003
Title:  SDTI 1003
Description:  SDTI 1003 in San Diego, California on February 11, 1984, Ektachrome by Chuck Zeiler.
Photo Date:  2/11/1984  Upload Date: 10/2/2014 1:08:16 PM
Location:  San Diego, CA
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  SDTI 1003(LRV)
Views:  470   Comments: 0
SDTI 1004
Title:  SDTI 1004
Description:  SDTI 1004 in San Diego, California on February 11, 1984, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler.
Photo Date:  2/11/1984  Upload Date: 10/2/2014 1:09:51 PM
Location:  San Diego, CA
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  SDTI 1004(LRV)
Views:  321   Comments: 1
BCER 1005
Title:  BCER 1005
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1005 at New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada on September 6, 1950, photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  9/6/1950  Upload Date: 6/22/2020 4:37:37 PM
Location:  New Westminster, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1005(Trolley)
Views:  140   Comments: 0
BCER 1008
Title:  BCER 1008
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1008 at New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada on September 6, 1950 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  9/6/1950  Upload Date: 6/30/2020 2:19:32 PM
Location:  New Westminster, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1008(Trolley)
Views:  100   Comments: 0
BCER 1009 and 992
Title:  BCER 1009 and 992
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1009 and 992 at New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada on September 6, 1950 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection. Number 1009 was built in 1910, I could not determine the builder. Number 992 was built in 1909 by Dick-Kerr and was originally numbered 913.
Photo Date:  9/6/1950  Upload Date: 7/4/2020 3:27:49 PM
Location:  New Westminster, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  BCER 1009(Trolley) BCER 992(Steeple Cab)
Views:  135   Comments: 0
SDTI 1009
Title:  SDTI 1009
Description:  SDTI 1009 in San Diego, California on February 11, 1984, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler.
Photo Date:  2/11/1984  Upload Date: 10/2/2014 1:36:50 PM
Location:  San Diego, CA
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  SDTI 1009(LRV)
Views:  233   Comments: 0
SDTI 1011
Title:  SDTI 1011
Description:  San Diego Trolley Inc. 1011 in San Diego, California on February 11, 1984, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler.
Photo Date:  2/11/1984  Upload Date: 11/3/2014 10:21:42 AM
Location:  San Diego, CA
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  SDTI 1011(LRV)
Views:  295   Comments: 0
SDTI 1014
Title:  SDTI 1014
Description:  San Diego Trolley Inc. 1014 in San Diego, California on February 11, 1984, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler.
Photo Date:  2/11/1984  Upload Date: 11/3/2014 11:52:26 AM
Location:  San Diego, CA
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  SDTI 1014(LRV)
Views:  232   Comments: 0
SDTI 1021
Title:  SDTI 1021
Description:  San Diego Trolley Inc. 1021 in San Diego, California on February 11, 1984, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler.
Photo Date:  2/11/1984  Upload Date: 11/3/2014 12:34:37 PM
Location:  San Diego, CA
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  SDTI 1021(LRV)
Views:  254   Comments: 0
BCER 1201
Title:  BCER 1201
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1201 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on July 10, 1948 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  7/10/1948  Upload Date: 7/9/2020 8:19:12 PM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1201(Trolley)
Views:  114   Comments: 0
BCER 1202
Title:  BCER 1202
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1202 at Kitsilano Shops in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada sometime in 1950 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  6/1/1950  Upload Date: 3/19/2022 11:52:54 AM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1202(Trolley)
Views:  78   Comments: 0
BCER 1202
Title:  BCER 1202
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1202 at Kitsilano Shops in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on June 14, 1956 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  6/14/1956  Upload Date: 7/15/2020 1:46:22 PM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1202(Trolley)
Views:  75   Comments: 0
BCER 1202
Title:  BCER 1202
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1202 at Kitsilano Shops in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on June 14, 1956 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  6/14/1956  Upload Date: 7/24/2020 6:25:39 PM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1202(Trolley)
Views:  83   Comments: 0
BCER 1212
Title:  BCER 1212
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1212 at New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada on September 6, 1950 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  9/6/1950  Upload Date: 3/20/2022 12:45:11 PM
Location:  New Westminster, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1212(Trolley)
Views:  79   Comments: 1
BCER 1220
Title:  BCER 1220
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1220 at Douglas Road Stop, Burnaby Lake, British Columbia, Canada on September 7, 1950, photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  9/7/1950  Upload Date: 3/30/2022 11:52:00 AM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1220(Trolley)
Views:  80   Comments: 0
BCER 1222
Title:  BCER 1222
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1222 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on July 10, 1948 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  7/10/1948  Upload Date: 4/13/2022 11:13:44 AM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1222(Trolley)
Views:  65   Comments: 0
BCER 1222
Title:  BCER 1222
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1222 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on July 10, 1948 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  7/10/1948  Upload Date: 4/18/2022 2:51:58 PM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1222(Trolley)
Views:  65   Comments: 0
BCER 1222
Title:  BCER 1222
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1222 at Marpole, British Columbia, Canada on June 14, 1956, photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  6/14/1956  Upload Date: 4/5/2022 11:21:50 AM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1222(Trolley)
Views:  63   Comments: 0
BCER 1223
Title:  BCER 1223
Description:  British Columbia Electric Railway 1223 at Steveston, British Columbia, Canada on June 14, 1956 photographer unknown, duplicate slide by Al Chione, Chuck Zeiler collection.
Photo Date:  6/14/1956  Upload Date: 7/15/2022 12:20:53 PM
Location:  Vancouver, BC
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  BCER 1223(Trolley)
Views:  68   Comments: 0
NJT Arrow III 1333
Title:  NJT Arrow III 1333
Description:  Arrow III 1333 at the Penn station in New York on an unknown day in June 1980, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. I believe that these cars were in the employ of New Jersey Transit. From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrow_%28railcar%29 : The Arrow IIIs were built in 1977 and 1978 by General Electric in the same fashion as the Arrow IIs. They consist of 200 cars built as married pairs (1334–1533) and 30 single cars (1304–1333). These cars were initially ordered as part of a plan to rehabilitate the NJDOT (Later NJ Transit's) Hoboken division, converting the 3,000 volt DC system to a 25 Kv 60 Hz AC system. However, due to the retirement of the Arrow I MUs, and the Arrow IIs frequently being leased to Amtrak and MARC, as well as delays to the rehabilitation of the Hoboken electrification, the Arrow IIIs were assigned to the former Penn Central electrified lines instead.
Photo Date:  6/1/1980  Upload Date: 9/20/2018 11:56:35 PM
Location:  New York, NY
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  NJT 1333(Arrow III MU)
Views:  215   Comments: 0
NH 4425
Title:  NH 4425
Description:  New Haven 4425 at New Haven, Connecticut on July 20, 1976, Kodachrome by J. H. Nixon, Chuck Zeiler collection. Built in 1954 by Pullman Standard on an order for 90 coaches and a few combines, almost all were retired by 1976. The cars (nicknamed Washboards) suffered from a design flaw (stainless steel sheathing over cartbon steel) which not only trapped water causing rust and leaks, but also caused oxidation (electrolsis) between the dissimilar metals.
Photo Date:  7/20/1976  Upload Date: 6/19/2013 10:47:41 AM
Location:  New Haven, CT
Author:  J. H. Nixon
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  NH 4425(ACMU)
Views:  1158   Comments: 1
NYCTA 9312
Title:  NYCTA 9312
Description:  New York City Transit Authority Class R33 9312 somewhere in or around New York City, New York on an unknown day in June 1980, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. Please see comment below, thanks Tom.
Photo Date:  6/1/1980  Upload Date: 11/5/2014 12:30:30 PM
Location:  New York, NY
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  NYCTA 9312(Electric M.U.)
Views:  336   Comments: 1
NYCTA 9348
Title:  NYCTA 9348
Description:  New York City Transit Authority Class R36 9348 somewhere in or around New York City, New York on an unknown day in June 1980, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. Please see comment below, thanks Tom.
Photo Date:  6/1/1980  Upload Date: 11/5/2014 12:03:51 PM
Location:  New York, NY
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  NYCTA 9348(Electric M.U.)
Views:  306   Comments: 1
NYCTA 9363
Title:  NYCTA 9363
Description:  New York City Transit Authority Class R36 9363 somewhere in or around New York, New York on an unknown day in June 1980, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. I believe this may be the IRT Flushing Line at Hunters Point Avenue. Looks like a major bridge adjustment in the background, I'll bet there's a story to go with that. Please see comment below, thanks Tom.
Photo Date:  6/1/1980  Upload Date: 12/10/2014 12:02:15 PM
Location:  New York, NY
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  NYCTA 9363(Electric M.U.)
Views:  317   Comments: 1
NYCTA 9448
Title:  NYCTA 9448
Description:  New York City Transit Authority Class R36 9448 somewhere in or around New York City, New York on an unknown day in June 1980, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. I believe the blue flash at the lower right of ths photo is the third rail shoe losing contact with the third rail, happy accident for me.
Photo Date:  6/1/1980  Upload Date: 11/5/2014 12:56:15 PM
Location:  New York, NY
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  NYCTA 9448(Electric M.U.)
Views:  273   Comments: 0
NYCTA 9448
Title:  NYCTA 9448
Description:  New York City Transit Authority Class R36 9448 somewhere in or around New York City, New York (I don't know where I was) on an unknown day in June 1980, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. Please see comment below, thanks Tom.
Photo Date:  6/1/1980  Upload Date: 12/10/2014 12:51:55 PM
Location:  New York, NY
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  NYCTA 9448(Electric M.U.)
Views:  231   Comments: 1
NYCTA 9451
Title:  NYCTA 9451
Description:  New York City Transit Authority Class R36 9451 somewhere in or around New York, New York on an unknown day in June 1980, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler.
Photo Date:  6/1/1980  Upload Date: 12/10/2014 1:25:32 PM
Location:  New York, NY
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  NYCTA 9451(Electric M.U.)
Views:  286   Comments: 0
NYCTA 9454
Title:  NYCTA 9454
Description:  New York City Transit Authority Class R36 9454 somewhere in or around New York, New York on an unknown day in June 1980, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. Please see comment below, thanks Tom.
Photo Date:  6/1/1980  Upload Date: 12/10/2014 1:59:27 PM
Location:  New York, NY
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  NYCTA 9454(Electric M.U.)
Views:  263   Comments: 1
NYCTA 9460
Title:  NYCTA 9460
Description:  New York City Transit Authority Class R36 9460 somewhere in or around New York, New York on an unknown day in June 1980, Kodachrome by Chuck Zeiler. I believe this may be the IRT Flushing Line at Hunters Point Avenue.
Photo Date:  6/1/1980  Upload Date: 1/26/2015 11:26:53 AM
Location:  New York, NY
Author:  Chuck Zeiler
Categories:  Transit
Locomotives:  NYCTA 9460(Electric M.U.)
Views:  369   Comments: 0


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