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Canadian National RDC 1 Railiners
75 foot 4 inch •118,500 lbs •powered by 2 Detroit diesel engines later replaced with 340 HP Cummins •electro-mechanical air conditioning
D100 to D118
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D100, D101
ED-75-B
•phase 1 •built July 1953 •renumbered from D 200, D201 in 1953 •renumbered to 6100, 6101 in 1969
•seats 89 •transferred to Via in 1978
July 1961January 1969January 1974November 1977January 1974
D102, D103
ED-75-D
•phase 2 •built February and June 1957 •renumbered to 6102, 6103 in 1969
•seats 84 •6102 transferred to Via in 1978 • 6103 wrecked in Mirror Alberta August 1969
January 1961 December 1966January 1974November 1977
D104
ED-75-D
•phase 2 •built June 1957 •renumbered to 6104 in 1969
•seats 88 reduced to 84 in 1967 •transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 December 1967
D105
ED-75-D
•phase 2 •built June 1957 •renumbered to 6105 in 1969
•seats 85 • transferred to Via in 1978
July 1961 January 1967January 1969April1969January 1974November 1977
D106
ED-75-D
•phase 2 •built June 1957 •renumbered to 6106 in 1969
•seats 76 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969January 1974
D107
ED-75-D
•phase 2 •shell built by Budd November 1957, interior by Canada Car and Foundry April 1958 •renumbered to 6107 in 1969
•seats 85 • transferred to Via in 1978
D108
ED-75-D
•phase 2 •shell built by Budd November 1957, interior by Canada Car and Foundry April 1958 •renumbered to 6108 in 1969
•seats 90 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969January 1974
D109
ED-75
•phase 1 •built November 1955 for the Chicago and Eastern Illinois,bought by CN August 1964 •renumbered to 6109 in 1969
•seats 76 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1966 January 1969February 1974March 1975
D110
ED-75
•phase 1 •built July 1949 as a Budd demo,bought by CN July 1965 •renumbered to 6110 in 1969
•seats 80 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969February 1974
D111
ED-75
•phase 1 •built April 1955 for the Boston and Maine as their 6111,bought by CN July 1965 •renumbered to 6111 in 1969
•seats 76 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969January 1974
D112
ED-75
•phase 1 •built April 1955 for the Boston and Maine as their 6110,bought by CN July 1965 •renumbered to 6112 in 1969
•seats 76 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969January 1974
D113
ED-75
•phase 1 •built April 1955 for the Boston and Maine as their 6119,bought by CN July 1965 •renumbered to 6113 in 1969
•seats 76 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969January 1974
D114
ED-75
•phase 1 •built April 1955 for the Boston and Maine as their 6121,bought by CN July 1965 •renumbered to 6114 in 1969
•seats 76 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969February1974
D115
ED-75
•phase 1 •built April 1955 for the Boston and Maine as their 6116,bought by CN July 1965 •renumbered to 6115 in 1969
•seats 76 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969February 1974
D116
ED-75
•phase 1 •built April 1955 for the Boston and Maine as their 6107,bought by CN July 1965 •renumbered to 6116 in 1969
•seats 76 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969January 1974March 1975
D117
ED-75
•phase 1 •built April 1955 for the Boston and Maine as their 6108,bought by CN July 1965 •renumbered to 6117 in 1969
•seats 76 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969January 1974
D118
ED-75
•phase 1 •built April 1955 for the Boston and Maine as their 6106,bought by CN July 1965 •renumbered to 6118 in 1969
•seats 76 • transferred to Via in 1978
January 1967 January 1969February 1974February 1976
D303
ED-75
•phase 1 •built in 1957 as an RDC 3 •rebuilt to an RDC 1m and renumbered to 6119 in 1974
•seats 80• transferred to Via in 1978
November 1974
D352
ED-75
•phase 1 •built in 1957 as an RDC 3 •rebuilt to an RDC 1m and renumbered to 6120 in 1974
•seats 80• transferred to Via in 1978
March 1976
D 100
ED-75
•phase 1 •built in 1953 as an RDC 3 •rebuilt to an RDC 1m and renumbered to 6121 in 1974
•seats 80• transferred to Via in 1978
March 1976
D 201
ED-75
•phase 1 •built in 1958 as an RDC 2 •rebuilt to an RDC 1m and renumbered to 6122 in 1974
•seats 80• transferred to Via in 1978
January 1976

50 foot Business Cars
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PV-50-A
car number 35
• 50 foot 0 inch • built 1889 for the Canadian Government Railways • dismantled April 1939
• wood frame • wood body • 4 wheel wood trucks • 75,400lbs
no date    no date
PV-50-B
car number 37
• 50 foot 0 inch • built 1890 for the Canadian Government Railways • dismantled November 1936
• wood frame • wood body • 6wheel composite trucks • 89,000lbs.
no date
PV-50-C
car number 34
• 50 foot 0 inch • built 1889 for the Canadian Government Railways • taken out of service December 1921
•steel frame • wood body • 6wheel composite trucks • 106,540lbs
February 7 1922
PV-50-D
car number 49
• 50 foot 5 inch • built 1882 by Midland for the Grand Trunk • converted to 15035 in 1960
• wood reinforced frame • wood body • 4 wheel trucks • 91,700lbs
1924
PV-50-E
car number 19
• 50 foot 0 inch • built 1888 by J&S • converted to stockmen's car 13008 February 1925
• wood and steel frame • wood body • 4 wheel composite truck
no date
PV-50-F
car number 29
• 50 foot 0 inch • built 1890 by Crossen • converted to stockmen's car 13008 February 1925
• wood frame • wood body • 4 wheel trucks • 69,200lbs
March 1923
PV-50-G
car number 59
• 50 foot 0 inch • built 1895 for the Canadian Northern • dynamometer car • dismantled July 1946
• wood reinforced frame • wood body • 6 wheel composite trucks • 88;100 lbs
August 1926
PV-50-H
car number 25
• 50 foot 0 inch • converted to school car 15071
• wood frame • wood body • 4 wheel trucks • wired for 100 volt station power • 67,000 lbs
no date
PV-50-J
car number 41
• 50 foot 0 inch •built 1895 for the Canadian Northern • sold October 1960
• wood reinforced frame • wood body • 6 wheel composite trucks • 95,000lbs
November 24 1925
PV-50-K
car number 52
• 50 foot 0 inch •built 1889 by Crossen for the Canadian Northern
• wood reinforced frame • wood body • 6 wheel composite trucks • 96,800lbs
October 7 1926
PV-50-L
car number 15
• 50 foot 3 inch •dismantled October 1936
• wood reinforced frame • wood body • 6 wheel trucks • 96,000lbs
November 2 1932
PV-51-A
car number 28
• 50 foot 11 inch • built 1898 for the Grand Trunk
• wood frame • wood body • 6wheel composite trucks • 73,400lbs.
>no date
PV-51-B
car number 47
• 51 foot 2.5 inch • built 1872 for the Grand Trunk
• wood frame • wood body • 6wheel trucks • 95,7000lbs.
no date
PV-52-A
car number 39
• 51 foot 2.5 inch • built 1886 in the Moncton shops for the Canadian Government railway • dismantled November 1937
• wood frame • wood body • 6 wheel composite trucks • 73,200lbs.
no date
PV-53-A
car number 34
• 53 foot 0 inch
no date
PV-53-B
car number 36
• 53 foot 0 inch • built for the Canadian Government railway • dismantled December 1936
• wood frame • wood body • 6 wheel composite trucks • 80,000lbs.
no date
PV-55-A
car number 48, 33, 32
• 55 foot 4 inch • built in 1885 by Crossen for the Canadian Government railway
• steel frame • wood body • 6 wheel composite trucks • 104,700lbs.
January 30 1930no dateno date
PV-55-B
car number 27, 32
• 55 foot 0 inch • built in 1891 by Harris and Company for the Canadian Government railway
• wood frame • wood body • 4 wheel composite trucks •
no dateno date
PV-55-C
car number 74
• 55 foot 0 inch • built in 1895 by Rhodes Curry for the Canadian Government Railways
• steel frame • wood body • 4 wheel composite trucks • 111,700lbs
no date1964
PV-55-D
car number 38
• 55 foot 6 inch • built in 1885 by Crossen for the Canadian Government Railways• dismantled December 1937
no date
PV-55-E
car number 32
• 55 foot 6 inch • built in 1885 by Crossen for the Canadian Government Railways• dismantled April1939
December 1928
PV-55-F
car number 45
• 55 foot 4 inch • built in 1883 by Great Western for the Grand Trunk Pacific
•Wood frame • wood body • 4 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 9 • 91,500lbs
September 1930
PV-55-G
car number 51
• 55 foot 3 inch • built in 1903 by Barney Smith for the Canadian Northern
•Wood reinforced frame • wood body • 6 wheel composite trucks • 107,100lbs
October 1925
PV-56-A
car number 16
• 55 foot 9 inch • built in 1903 by Pullman for the Canadian Northern • dismantled October 1936
no date
PV-56-B
car number 48
• 55 foot 8 inch • built in 1883 by GW for the Grand Trunk • dismantled June 1937
•wood frame •wood body •4 wheel trucks •90,000lbs
no date
PV-56-C
car number 54
• 56 foot 0 inch • built in 1894 in the the Grand Trunk Western Shops •rebuilt Montreal 1924
•steel frame •wood body •6 wheel composite trucks •130,000lbs
no dateMarch 1964
PV-57-A
car number 42
• 56 foot 10 inch • built in 1852 by St Louis and Andirondack for the Grande Trunk
•wood frame •wood body •6 wheel composite trucks •114,500lbs
no date
PV-58-A
car number 69, 15
• 57 foot 7 inch • built in 1872 in the Grand Trunk
•steel frame •wood body •6 wheel composite trucks •155,000lbs
September 1971August 1963
60 foot Business Cars
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PV-60-A
car number 84
• 60 foot 1.75 inch •wood reinforced frame •wood body •6 wheel trucks •123,700lbs
no date
PV-60-B
car number 46
•60 foot 3 inch •built in 1908 for the Grand Trunk
•wood reinforced frame •wood body •wood reinforced commenwealth 6 wheel trucks • sleeps9 •116,400lbs
no date
PV-61-A
car number 62
•61 foot 0 inch •built in 1910 for the Grand Trunk Pacific
•wood frame •wood body •4 wheel composite trucks •97,700lbs
no date
PV-61-B
car number 73
•61 foot 10 inch
no date
PV-63-A
car number 72,53
•62 foot 11.5 inch • built in 1876 by Great Western for the Grand Trunk
•steel fishbelly frame •wood body •6wheel commonwealth trucks • sleeps 9 •145,400lbs
no dateno date
PV-64-A
car number 58, 66
•64 foot 0 inch • purchased from the Nova Scotia Railway in 1916
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6wheel commonwealth trucks •170,000lbs
no dateNovember 1959
PV-64-B
car number 50
•64 foot 0 inch • built by Preston for the Canadian Northern
•steel frame •wood body •6wheel composite trucks •139,700lbs
no date
PV-64-C
car number 79
• built in 1879 by North for the Grand Trunk
•steel frame •wood body •6wheel composite trucks • sleeps 7 •150,300lbs
PV-64-D
car number 78
•64 foot 0 inch • built in 1910 •bought from J.T.Gardinor •retired in 1961
•steel fishbelly frame •wood body •6wheel composite trucks •144,100lbs
no date
PV-64-E
car number 73
•64 foot 2 inch • built in 1898 by Canada Atlantic
•steel fishbelly frame •wood body •6wheel commonwealth trucks •sleeps 1 double, 2single and 2 sofas •164,100lbs
April 1964
PV-65-A
car number 83
•64 foot 10 inch • built in 1899 by Pullman for the Canadian Northern
•steel fishbelly frame •wood body •6wheel composite trucks •sleeps 2 double, 4 single and •145,000lbs
June 1967March 1964no date
PV-65-B
car number 26
•64 foot 10.5 inch • built in 1890 by Crossen for the Canadian Government Railways
•steel frame •wood body •6wheel composite trucks • sleeps 10 •135,700lbs
December 1928
PV-66-A
car number 104, Empire
•66 foot 0 inch
•wood frame •wood body •6wheel composite trucks • 130,000lbs
no date
PV-66-B
car number 64, 57
•66 foot 6 inch •built in 1899 by Pullman for the Canadian Government Railway •retired June 1975
•steel fishbelly frame •steel plated wood body •6wheel composite trucks •sleeps 7 • 148,100lbs
no dateJune 1967
PV-66-C
car number 67,77
•66 foot 0 inch •built in 1894 for the Canadian Government Railway •retired November 1972
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6wheel commonwealth trucks •2 double, 2 single, 2 sofa • 154,100lbs
June 1967no date
PV-67-A
car number 70
•67 foot 2 inch •built in 1912 for the Canadian Government Railway •purchased for JT Gerdiner
•steel fishbelly frame •steel plated wood body •6wheel commonwealth trucks •2 double, 6 single, • 163,700lbs
March1964no date
PV-67-B
car number 75,77
•67 foot 2 inch •built in 1912 by the Grand Trunk •new trucks CC&F 1930
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6wheel commonwealth trucks, •sleeps 1 double 11 single • 160,800lbs
PV-67-C
car number 86
•67 foot 6 inch •built in 1912 by the Grand Trunk •
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6wheel commonwealth trucks, • 165,000lbs
no date
PV-68-A
car number 30, 65
•68 foot 10 inch •
•wood frame •oak sheathed wood body •6wheel composite trucks, • observation platform 1 end • 146,000lbs
no dateno date
PV-68-B
car number 68
•68 foot 0 inch • built in 1900 by B&S for the Canadian Northern
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6wheel composite trucks, • 141,900lbs
no date
PV-69-A
car number 61
•69 foot 6 inch • built in 1916 by Pullman for the Canadian Government Railways
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6wheel composite trucks, • 154,600lbs
June 1967January 1971
PV-69-B
car number 65
•69 foot 7 inch • built in 1884 by Pullman Via the Bangor and Aroostook for the Canadian Government Railways •new CC&F trucks 1930
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6wheel commenwealth trucks, • 172,800lbs
June 1967

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PV-70-A
Cornwall, 80
• 70 foot 6 inch •built 1901 by CPR sold to CN in 1906 •CC&F trucks applied in 1923
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks •167,360lbs
no dateMarch 1964
PV-70-B
90
• 70 foot 0 inch •built by Barney Smith for the Canadian Government Railways
•steel frame •wood body •6 wheel composite trucks •120,800lbs
May 1921
PV-70-C
63
• 69 foot 8 inch •built 1897 by Wagner for the Grand Trunk
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel Grand Trunk standard trucks •175.300lbs
1956March 1973
PV-70-D
75, 77
• 70 foot 0 inch •built 1907 by the Grand Trunk • was named Ontario
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks •190,600lbs
March 1960June 1967
PV-70-E
93, 87, 76
• 70 foot 6 inch •built by the CPR in 1901 • Bought for the Canadian Government Railways and named York
•steel fishbelly frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks
no dateJune 1967
PV-70-F
88
• 70 foot 0 inch •built 1895 by the Canada Car and Foundary • Bought for the Canadian Northern and named Athabaska
•steel fishbelly frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks •171,500lbs
December 1927June 1967
PV-70-G
25
• 69 foot 11 inch •built 1899 by the Canada Car and Foundry for the Central Vermont and named Mansfield
•steel center sill •steel plated wood body •6 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 9 •154,600lbs
August 1943
PV-70-H
30
• 70 foot 6 inch •built 1910 by Hicks for the Duluth Winnipeg and Pacific and numbered 9594
•wood frame • wood body •6 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 6 •134,000lbs
February 1950
PV-71-A
80, 81
• 70 foot 10.25 inch •built 1922 by The Grand Trunk as their ERIE •retired December 1969
•steel frame • steel body •6 wheel trucks • sleeps 1 double, 8 single •179,960lbs
October 1969April 1964
PV-72-A
76, 25, 32
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1900 by Crossen for the Canadian Government Railways and numbered 99
•steel fishbelly frame • steel plated wood body •6 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 10 •163,600lbs
no dateJune 1958August 1960
PV-72-B
80,87
• 72 foot 6 inch
•wood frame • wood body •6 wheel composite trucks •140,000lbs
no date
PV-72-C
48
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1908 by the Grand trunk •purchased from the Militia and Defense in 1912
• steel frame • steel plated wood body •6 wheel composite trucks •150,200lbs
no dateJuly 1924
PV-72-D
95
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1896 by the Grand trunk as their Violet
• steel frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks •176,000lbs
March 1960June 1967
PV-72-E
100, 82
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1905 by RC for the Canadian Government Railways and named Alexandria
• steel frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks • sleeps 10 •182,800lbs
no dateMay 1974
PV-72-F
GTW90
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1901 by Barney Smith •previous number CN 105
• steel frame •steel body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks • sleeps 10 •193, 700lbs
September 1960April 1961
PV-72-G
40
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1899 by Wagner for the Canadian Government Railways as their Madaskwaska
• wood frame •wood body •6 wheel composite trucks •126,100lbs
no date
PV-72-H
42
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1904 by Pullman for the Canadian Government Railways as their Chatham
• wood frame •wood body •6 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 8 •128,300lbs
June 1950
PV-72-J
33
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1905 by Pullman for the Canadian Government Railways as their Bras D'or
• wood frame •wood body •6 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 8 •135,200lbs
no date
PV-73-A
89
• 73 foot 9 inch
no dateno date
PV-73-B
104
• 73 foot 6 inch •built 1013 by Pullman for D&Sl as their Natalia
• steel frame •steel plated steelbody •6 wheel commonwealth trucks •194,000lbs
April 1960March 1964June 1967
PV-73-C
86
• 73 foot 3.5 inch •built 1899 by Wagner for Central Vermont as their Grand Isle
• steel fishbelly frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks • sleeps 10 •178,700lbs
June 1957
PV-73-D
60
• 73 foot 6 inch •built 1919 by Canada Car and Foundary for the Canadian Northern as their number 7263
• steel fishbelly frame •steel body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks • sleeps 7 •165,200lbs
February 1960June 1967
PV-73-E
102, 85
• 73 foot 6 inch •built 1923 by Canada Car and Foundary for the Canadian National as their number 5043 •airconditioned in 1938 •retired June 1976
• steel fishbelly frame •steel body •6 wheel coil suspension commonwealth trucks •187,900lbs
August 1953April 1962October 1969
PV-73-F
69
• 73 foot 6 inch •built 1923 by Canada Car and Foundary for the Canadian National
• steel frame •steel body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks •206,140lbs
September 1971
PV-73-G
4, 95
• 73 foot 2 inch •built 1934 by CB&Q renumbered 95 in 1975
• steel frame •stainless steel body •6 wheel B SH commonwealth trucks •194,040lbs
June 1972March 1973April1977
PV-74-A
51,91
• 74 foot 0 inch •built 1915 by Canada Car and Foundry for the Canadian Government Railways as their 170
• steel frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks •sleeps 8 •178,500lbs
no dateno dateJune 1982
PV-74-B
40, 87
• 74 foot 0 inch •built 1915 by Canada Car and Foundry for the Canadian Government Railways as their 169
• steel frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks •sleeps 7 •178,000lbs
no dateno dateJune 1967
PV-74-C
99, 100
• 74 foot 0 inch •built 1914 by Canada Car and Foundry for the Grand Trunk as their 2328 •air conditioned in 1947 •retired in 1971
• fishbelly frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks •sleeps 14 •184,180lbs
August 1963June 1967
PV-74-D
97
• 74 foot 3 inch •built 1895 by Canada Car and Foundry for the Canadian Government Railways as their Acadia•air conditioned in 1941 •retired in 1971
• fishbelly frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks with coil springs •sleeps 8•196.400lbs
June 1943June 1967
PV-74-E
62, 89
• 74 foot 9 inch •built 1913 by Pullman for the Grand Trunk as their 3410 •changed to 4 wheel trucks in Moncton in 1916
•steel fishbelly frame •steel plated wood body •4 wheel commonwealth trucks with coil springs •sleeps 8•169,000lbs
no dateFebruary 1960June 1967
PV-74-F
93
• 73 foot 9 inch •built 1916 by Pullman for Eatons as their Eatonia •purchased from t. Eaton Co in 1930 •air conditioned in 1940
•steel fishbelly frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel commonwealth trucks •197,200lbs
March 1960June 1967
PV-74-G
GTW84
• 73 foot 0 inch •built 1914 by American Car and Foundry for the Grand Trunk as their 2285
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel composite trucks •165,000lbs
no dateno date
PV-74-h
GTW90-81
• length unknown •built 1913 by Pullman for the C&O as their 4 •purchased 1964
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6 wheel trucks •sleeps 10 •206,100lbs
April 1964October 1969
PV-74-J
NKP2, 86
• length unknown •built 1929 by Pullman for the NKP •purchased 1964
•steel fishbelly frame •steel plated wood body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks •sleeps 9 •189,800lbs
March 1951April 1967April 1967
PV-75-A
Acadia, 6
• 75 foot 6 inch •built 1921 by Canada Car and Foundry and numbered 74 •retired November 1975
•steel frame •steel body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks
November 1925June 1967October 1969
70 foot Business Cars
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PV-75-B
car numbers 98, 97 92 and 89
• built 1913 as GTR Ottawa, •1924 Canadian National 97 Ottawa,•1940 Canadian National 98, •1943 Canadian National 92,
•1959 Canadian National 89 •retired and sold for scrap November 1972
• steel fishbelly frame• wood body • commenwealth 6 wheel trucks•sleeps 8 • 196,000 lbs
    1924?        June 1957        Nov 1959        June 1967        Jan 1971
PV-75-C
96, 99
• 75 foot 6 inch •built 1921 by Canada Car and Foundry and numbered 73
•steel frame •steel body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks •sleeps 6 •194,520
August 1953March 1979no date
PV-75-D
95
• 75 foot 2 inch •built 1896 by the Grand Trunk as their Violet
•steel frame •steel plated wood body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks •196,700
August 1927
PV-75-E
1, 3
• 75 foot 6 inch •built 1927 by Canada Car and Foundry •air conditioned in 1937
•steel frame •steel body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks 182,920
December 1927August 1963June 1967

1
PV-75-E
• 75 foot 6 inch •built 1927 by Canada Car and Foundry •air conditioned in 1937
•steel frame •steel body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks 182,920
December 1927August 1963June 1967
1
PV-75-J
•built 1967 by Hawker Siddeley •interior by Pt. St. Charles
•steel frame •aluminum body •4 wheel outside swing hanger trucks • sleeps 8 •125,980lbs
NewJune 1967
2
PV-75-F
• 75 foot 6 inch •built 1927 by Canada Car and Foundry •air conditioned in 1937
•steel frame •steel body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks 179, 300
December 1927August 1963June 1967
2
PV-81-A
• 81foot 10.25 inch •built 1967 by Hawker Siddeley interior by Pt. St. Charles
•steel frame •Aluminum body •4 wheel commonwealth outside swing hanger trucks •sleeps7 •139,320lbs
1967June 1967
3
PV-75-E
• 75 foot 6 inch •built 1927 by Canada Car and Foundry •air conditioned in 1937
•steel frame •steel body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks 182,920
December 1927August 1963June 1967
4
PV-73-G
• 73 foot 2 inch •built 1934 by CB&Q renumbered 95 in 1975
• steel frame •stainless steel body •6 wheel B SH commonwealth trucks •194,040lbs
June 1972March 1973April1977
4
PV-75-F
• 75 foot 6 inch •built 1927 by Canada Car and Foundry •air conditioned in 1937
•steel frame •steel body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks 179, 300
December 1927August 1963June 1967
5
PV-75-H
• 75 foot 6 inch •built 1929 by Canada Car and Foundry •converted from car 1670 in 1954
•steel fishbelly frame •steel body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks • sleeps 10 •192,400lbs
November 1959June 1967January 1971
6
PV-75-A
• 75 foot 6 inch •built 1921 by Canada Car and Foundry and numbered 74 •retired November 1975
•steel frame •steel body •6 commonwealth wheel trucks
November 1925June 1967October 1969
15
PV-50-L
• 50 foot 3 inch •dismantled October 1936
• wood reinforced frame • wood body • 6 wheel trucks • 96,000lbs
November 2 1932
15
PV-58-A
• 57 foot 7 inch • built in 1872 in the Grand Trunk
•steel frame •wood body •6 wheel composite trucks •155,000lbs
September 1971August 1963
16
PV-56-A
• 55 foot 9 inch • built in 1903 by Pullman for the Canadian Northern • dismantled October 1936
no date
17
PV-34-A
• 34 foot 1 inch • Built by Canadian Northern,Converted to boarding car 66336 in March 1929
•wood reinforced frame •wood body •4 wheel composite trucks •53,200lbs
Date unknown
18
PV-37-A
• 36 foot 9 inch •Built in 1907 converted to a caboose February 1926
•wood frame •wood body •4 wheel composite trucks •55,100lbs
Date unknown
19
PV-50-E
• 50 foot 0 inch • built 1888 by J&S • converted to stockmen's car 13008 February 1925
• wood and steel frame • wood body • 4 wheel composite truck
no date
20
PV-39-A
• Built 1910 for Canadian Northern •39 foot 7 inch
• wood frame •wood body •4 wheel composite trucks • 62,500lbs
May 18 1926
21
PV-36-A
• 36 foot 0 inch •Dismantled October 1936
•wood frame •wood body •4 wheel composite trucks •55,000lbs
Date unknown
21
PV-79-D
• 79 foot 0 inch •built 1959 by National Steel Car, Interior by PT.St. Charles
•steel frame •steel body •4 wheel commonwealth trucks •sleeps 11 •141,100lbs
December 1959April 1977April 1979
22
PV-38-B
• Built 1912 for Canadian Northern •38 foot 1 inch •dismantled June1937
• wood reinforced frame •wood body •4 wheel composite trucks &bull 58,200lbs
August 6 1926
22
PV-79-E
• 79 foot 0 inch •built 1959 by National Steel Car, Interior by PT.St. Charles
•steel frame •steel body •4 wheel commonwealth trucks •sleeps 11 •143,560lbs
October1959July1975June 1983
23
PV-36-B
• 36 foot 2 inch • Dismantled June1937
•wood frame •wood body •4 wheel composite trucks •63,000lbs
Date unknown
23
PV-79-F
• 79 foot 0 inch •built 1959 by National Steel Car, Interior by PT.St. Charles
•steel frame •steel body •4 wheel commonwealth trucks •sleeps 11 •140,400lbs
May 1959March 1978
24
PV-38-A
• 38 foot 4 inch •dismantled October 1926
• wood reinforced frame • wood body •4 wheel composite trucks &bull 58,200lbs
August 11 1926
24
PV-79-G
• 79 foot 0 inch •built 1959 by National Steel Car, Interior by PT.St. Charles
•steel frame •steel body •4 wheel commonwealth trucks •sleeps 11 •140,260lbs
November 1959June 1983
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PV-50-H
• 50 foot 0 inch • converted to school car 15071
• wood frame • wood body • 4 wheel trucks • wired for 100 volt station power • 67,000 lbs
no date
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PV-70-G
• 69 foot 11 inch •built 1899 by the Canada Car and Foundry for the Central Vermont and named Mansfield
•steel center sill •steel plated wood body •6 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 9 •154,600lbs
August 1943
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PV-72-A
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1900 by Crossen for the Canadian Government Railways and numbered 99
•steel fishbelly frame • steel plated wood body •6 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 10 •163,600lbs
no dateJune 1958August 1960
26
PV-65-B
•64 foot 10.5 inch • built in 1890 by Crossen for the Canadian Government Railways
•steel frame •wood body •6wheel composite trucks • sleeps 10 •135,700lbs
December 1928
27
PV-55-B
• 55 foot 0 inch • built in 1891 by Harris and Company for the Canadian Government railway
• wood frame • wood body • 4 wheel composite trucks •
no dateno date
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PV-51-A
• 50 foot 11 inch • built 1898 for the Grand Trunk
• wood frame • wood body • 6wheel composite trucks • 73,400lbs.
>no date
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PV-50-F
• 50 foot 0 inch • built 1890 by Crossen • converted to stockmen's car 13008 February 1925
• wood frame • wood body • 4 wheel trucks • 69,200lbs
March 1923
30
PV-46-A
• 46 foot 0 inch • built 1913 in the Grande Trunk shops for the GTP
•wood frame with 2 steel sills •wood body •4 wheel composite trucks •sleeps 7 •87,100lbs
1924
30
PV-68-A
•68 foot 10 inch •
•wood frame •oak sheathed wood body •6wheel composite trucks, • observation platform 1 end • 146,000lbs
no dateno date
30
PV-70-H
• 70 foot 6 inch •built 1910 by Hicks for the Duluth Winnipeg and Pacific and numbered 9594
•wood frame • wood body •6 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 6 •134,000lbs
February 1950
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PV-55-A
• 55 foot 4 inch • built in 1885 by Crossen for the Canadian Government railway
• steel frame • wood body • 6 wheel composite trucks • 104,700lbs.
January 30 1930no dateno date
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PV-55-B
• 55 foot 0 inch • built in 1891 by Harris and Company for the Canadian Government railway
• wood frame • wood body • 4 wheel composite trucks •
no dateno date
32
PV-55-E
• 55 foot 6 inch • built in 1885 by Crossen for the Canadian Government Railways• dismantled April1939
December 1928
32
PV-72-A
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1900 by Crossen for the Canadian Government Railways and numbered 99
•steel fishbelly frame • steel plated wood body •6 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 10 •163,600lbs
no dateJune 1958August 1960
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PV-55-A
• 55 foot 4 inch • built in 1885 by Crossen for the Canadian Government railway
• steel frame • wood body • 6 wheel composite trucks • 104,700lbs.
January 30 1930no dateno date
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PV-72-J
• 72 foot 0 inch •built 1905 by Pullman for the Canadian Government Railways as their Bras D'or
• wood frame •wood body •6 wheel composite trucks • sleeps 8 •135,200lbs
no date