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MISSOURI PACIFIC - TEXAS & PACIFIC
PASSENGER CARS

Table of Contents

1.      Missouri River Eagle

2.      Delta Eagle

3.      Colorado Eagle

4.      Postwar Liqhtweight Cars

5.      Miscellaneous Changes and Acquisitions

6.      Business Cars - General Information

7.      Pullman Heavyweight Cars


1. The MISSOURI RIVER EAGLE

Inaugurated March 10, 1940 between St. Louis and Omaha; cars outshopped by American Car and Foundry in February of that year. 

Missouri River Eagle

Car Type

Car #

Car #

Baggage

700

701

Baggage-Mail

710

711

76-seat Chair

720

721

56-seat Chair

730

731

Dining-Bar Lounge

740

741

Parlor-Observation

750

751

A.C.F. built double-ended streamlined railcar No. 670 met the MISSOURI RIVER EAGLE at Union, Nebraska with passengers to or from the state capitol at Lincoln. 


 

2. The DELTA EAGLE

Placed in service on May 11, 1941 between Memphis and Tallulah, La. The power unit, Electro-Motive-built No. 7100, had a 1000-H.P. diesel engine and a baggage room. The two passenger cars, built by St. Louis Car Company in April 1941, were 60-seat R.P.O.-chair car No. 760 and 51-seat Grill-Cnair car No. 732. 

 

3. The COLORADO EAGLE

Began operation June 21, 1942 between St. Louis and Denver. The four sleeping cars were outshopped by Pullman-Standard in May of that year; all other cars were Budd-built between March and June 1942, including an extra baggage car 702 not in the consists shown below. 

Colorado Eagle

Car Type

Car #

Car #

Baggage

703

704

Baggage-mail

712

713

56-seat Chair

733

734

48-seat Grill-Chair

722

723

Dining-Lounge

742 CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN

743 SAN ISABEL

Sleeping car*

606 ARKANSAS RIVER

607 COLORADO RIVER

Sleeping car*

608 EAGLE RIVER

609 GUNNISON RIVER

*Built to Plan 4099 in Lot 6669, with 6 sections, 6 roomettes and 

4 double bedrooms. The 600-series car numbers were applied in 1963. 


 

4. Postwar Liqhtweight Cars

Lightweight Cars

Car Type

Car #

Car #

Builder

Date

Baggage-Dormitory

MP 804

T&P 300-304

A.C.F.

July 1948

Baggage-Mail

MP 810-817

T&P 100-104

A.C.F.

July-Sept.1948

Dormitory-Chair

MP 820-823

 

A.C.F.

June 1948

Grill-Chair

MP 824,825

 

A.C.F.

October 1948

60-seat Chair

MP 830

T&P 450-460

A.C.F.

April-May 1948

60-seat Chair

MP 831-833

T&P 461

Budd

Sept.-Oct. 1949

44-seat Dining

MP 840

T&P 500

A.C.F.

May 1948

Dining-Lounge

MP 841-845

T&P 525-527

A.C.F.

June-July 1948

Dining-Lounge

MP 846,847

 

Budd

September 1949

Stateroom-Chair

MP 850-855

 

A.C.F.

Sept.-Oct.1948

64-seat Chair

MP 860-862

 

Budd

Feb.-March 1948

Divided Chair

MP 863-869

T&P 400,401

A.C.F.

Mar.-Apr. 1948

Chair-Grill Lounge

MP 870-674

T&P 480,481

A.C.F.

Feb.-Mar. 1948

Dome Chair

MP 890-892

 

Budd

May-,Tune 1948

Dome Chair

MP 893-896

T&P 200

Pullman-Standard,

June-July 1952

Slumbercoach 699- SOUTHLAND, containing 24 single rooms and 8 double rooms, was built by the Budd Company to Plan 9540 in Lot 9691-211 in September 1959 for service between Washington and Texas in conjunction with three similar cars owned by the Baltimore and Ohio.


 

The 38 cars listed below contained 14 roomettes and 4 double bedrooms and were built by Pullman-Standard in February-July 1948 to Plan 4153A in Lot 6758. The one-digit and two-digit numbers shown for Texas and Pacific cars were changed to 600-series numbers in 1963, the year in which Missouri Pacific cars first had 600-series numbers added to the car names. Car EAGLE MARSH was wrecked in 1961 and never had a number. 

600 Series Renumbering

Old Number

Car #

Car Name

T&P 1

T&P 671

EAGLE BAY

T&P 2

T&P 672

EAGLE BEACH

T&P 3

T&P 675

EAGLE ISLAND

T&P 4

T&P 679

EAGLE ROAD

T&P 5

T&P 625

EAGLE PATH

T&P 6

T&P 681

EAGLE TRAIL

T&P 7

T&P 622

EAGLE BROOK

T&P 8

T&P 673

EAGLE CALL

T&P 9

T&P 624

EAGLE DOMAIN

T&P 10

T&P 682

EAGLE WATCH

T&P 11

T&P 680

EAGLE SPIRIT

T&P 12

T&P 677

EAGLE LIGHT

T&P 13

T&P 676

EAGLE LAND

T&P 14

T&P 623

EAGLE COUNTRY

T&P 15

T&P 678

EAGLE REST

T&P 16

T&P 674

EAGLE CITY

 

MP 650

EAGLE CHAIN

 

MP 651

EAGLE CREEK

 

MP 652

EAGLE CREST

 

MP 653

EAGLE DAM

 

MP 654

EAGLE DIVIDE

 

MP 655

EAGLE FOREST

 

MP 656

EAGLE HEIGHT

 

MP 657

EAGLE HILL

 

MP 658

EAGLE KNOB

 

MP 659

EAGLE LAKE

 

MP ---

EAGLE MARSH

 

MP 660

EAGLE MOUNTAIN

 

MP 661

EAGLE POINT

 

MP 662

EAGLE PRESERVE

 

MP 663

EAGLE REFUGE

 

MP 664

EAGLE ROCK

 

MP 665

EAGLE STREAM

 

MP 666

EAGLE SUMMIT

 

MP 667

EAGLE TREE

 

MP 668

EAGLE TURN

 

MP 669

EAGLE VALLEY

 

MP 670

EAGLE WOODS

Eleven Pennsy owned EAGLE-series 10 roomette, 6 double bedroom cars ran in through service to Texas during the late 1940's. 


 

The six cars listed below had 14 roomettes, 1 drawing room and 2 double bedrooms, built by Pullman-Standard to Plan 4154 in Lot 6758 and placed in service in July and August of 1948. 

Pullman-Standard 1948

Old Number

Car #

Car Name

T&P 17

T&P 635

EAGLE FLIGHT

 

MP 630

EAGLE BRIDGE

 

MP 631

EAGLE CIRCLE

 

MP 632

EAGLE COUNTY

 

MP 633

EAGLE GLIDE

 

MP 634

EAGLE VILLAGE


 

The following three cars, outshopped by Pullman-Standard to Plan 4110 in Lot 6758 in July 1948, contained 5 double bedrooms and buffet lounge: 

Pullman-Standard

Old Number

Car #

Car Name

T&P 18

T&P 641

EAGLE CANYON

T&P 19

T&P 642

EAGLE RIDGE

 

MP 640

EAGLE CLIFF


 

Two groups of 10 roomette-6 double bedroom cars were built by the Budd Company for the Missouri Pacific. In the listing below, cars 610-615 were delivered in August and September of 1949 in Lot 9660-027, built to Plan 9504.  : Cars 616-621 arrived in August 1956 and were Plan 9538, Lot 9660-171.   Cars 610-613 were named for the COLORADO EAGLE train. 

Budd Company

Car #

Car Name

 

610

CANYON RIVER

 

611

CRYSTAL RIVER

 

612

ELK RIVER 616

 

613

ROARING RIVER

 

614

EAGLE BUTTE

 

615

EAGLE CHASM

 

616

EAGLE HAVEN

 

617

EAGLE HOLLOW

 

618

EAGLE LODGE

 

619

EAGLE MEADOW

 

620

EAGLE RAPIDS

 

621

EAGLE VIEW

 

 

One hundred baggage cars, numbered 200-299 and built by the St. Louis Car Company, were added to the Missouri Pacific roster between October 1964 and June 1965. Additional baggage cars 2400-2409 were delivered to the M.P. by American Car and Foundry in September and October 1960. 

 

5. Miscellaneous Changes and Acquisitions

Texas and Pacific sleeping cars EAGLE BROOK, EAGLE COUNTRY, EAGLE PATH and EAGLE DOMAIN, built as 14 roomette-4 double bedroom cars as noted on the opposite page, were rebuilt to 10 roomette-6 double bedroom cars in 1956 and 1957, with the new plan number 4153D. 

Grill-chair cars 722 and 723 were converted to 40-seat dormitory-chair cars in June and September of 1959 respectively without renun-Lbering. 

Chesapeake and Ohio parlor cars 1800-1803 were purchased by the Missouri Pacific in March 1959 and were renumbered 752-755 for their new owner. 

Ten lightweight cars were acquired from the Maine Central in March 1960. Eight were 56-seat chair cars, renumbered from Maine Central 240-247 to Missouri Pacific 770-777 respectively. The other two cars, received as restaurant-lounge units numbered 540 and 541, were converted to grillchair cars and given the Missouri Pacific numbers 761 and 762. 

Ten Delaware and Hudson baggage cars arrived in August 1962 and were given M.P. numbers 250-259, formerly D.& H. 420, 419, 404, 402, 414, 410, 403, 418, 406 and 409 respectively. 

Parlor cars 752 and 753 were rebuilt to 60-seat chair cars 490 and 491 respectively in October 1962 and April 1963. 

A general renumbering of lightweight cars occurred in February-June 1963 as outlined below. Parlor-observation cars MP 750 and MP 751 are not listed, having both been retired in 1962. 

Lightweight Renumbering

Car Type

New Number

Former Number

Dining car

T&P 30

T&P 500

Dining car

MP 31

MP 840

Dining-Lounge car

MP 34-41

MP 740-743, 843-846

Dining-Lounge car

T&P 42-44

T&P 5-25-527

Parlor car

MP 87,88

MP 754,755

Baggage car

MP 300-319

MP 2400-2409, 250-259

Baggage car

MP 350-354

MP 700-704

Baggage-Dormitory

T&P 360-364

T&P 300-304

Baggage-Dormitory

MP 365

MP 804

Baggage-Mail car

MP 370-381

MP 710-713, 810-817

Baggage-Mail car

T&P 382-386

T&P 100-104

76-seat Chair car

MP 400,401

MP 720,721

60-seat Chair car

T&P 450-461

T&P 450-461

60-seat Chair car

MP 462-464

MP 831-833

64-seat Chair car

MP 465-467

MP 860-862

Divided Chair car

MP 468-474

MP 863-869

Divided Chair car

T&P 475,476

T&P 400,401

56-seat Chair car

MP 477-480

MP 730,731,733,734

56-seat Chair car

MP 481-488

MP 770-777

60-seat Chair car

MP 489

MP 830

Stateroom-Chair car

MP 494-499

MP 850-855

Dormitory-Chair car

MP 520-525

MP 820-823,722,723

Grill-Chair car

MP 560

MP 732

R.P.O.-Chair car

MP 561

MP 760

Grill-Chair car

MP 562,563

MP 761,762

Chair-Grill Lounge

MP 564-568

MP 870-874

Chair-Grill Lounge

T&P 569,570

T&P 480,481

Grill-Chair car

MP 571,572

MP 824,825

Dining-Lounge car

MP 580-582

MP 841,842,847

Dome Chair car

MP 590-596

MP 890-896

Dome Chair car

T&P 597

T&P 200


 

Dining-lounge cars 580-582 were converted to diner-chair cars in March and April of 1963 with no change of numbers. The R.P.O.-chair car 561 became a 40-seat grill-chair car in September of that year, retaining its number. In October 1963 the dining-lounge cars 36, 37 and 39 were rebuilt to dining-parlor cars with no number changes. 

Parlor cars 87 and 88 were converted to 60-seat chair cars 492 and 493 in November 1963 and March 1964 respectively. 

Dormitory-chair cars 525 and 520 were rebuilt to 72-seat chair car 425 and 76-seat chair car 420 respectively in July 1964 and April 1966. 

 

6. Business Cars - General Information

The first lightweight business car was probably the A-28, built by Pullman-Standard in 1947 for the Great Northern. This car later became the A-4 and then the KOOTENAI RIVER. The same builder delivered the YELLOWSTONE RIVER, CLARK FORK RIVER and YAKIMA RIVER to the Northern Pacific in 1955, with the latter car being renamed MISSOURI RIVER in 1971. The C.B.& Q. car BURLINGTON (Budd, 1952) became the BURLINGTON NORTHERN in 1971, the year in which the former Great Northern lightweight sleeper-buffet lounge car MANITOBA CLUB was designated B.N. car ST.CROIX RIVER for use by company officials. The Burlington Northern's car COLUMBIA RIVER originally came from the Soo Line via the Great Northern, which had numbered this car the A-2. 

The car SANTA FE was built for the A.T.& S.F. in 1949 by Pullman-Standard and renamed ATCHISON in 1957, the year in which Budd delivered cars SANTA FE and TOPEKA to this road. The car LAUREL RIDGE, built for U. S. Steel by Pullman-Standard in 1949 was given the new name MOUNTAINAIR when sold to the Santa Fe in 1962. 

The Milwaukee Road built its cars MILWAUKEE and WISCONSIN in company shops in 1948. Three years later, Rio Grande lightweight chair car 1240 was rebuilt to that railroad's business car WILSON McCARTHY. American Car and Foundry's lightweight business car was Gulf, Mobile and Ohio car 1. The Union Pacific converted lightweight chair cars 5446 5447, 5448 and 5449 to business cars 99 (later 100), 100 (later 103), l00 (later 101) and ARDEN respectively. Lightweight sleeper-lounge cars BAKER and BOISE became U.P. business cars 102 and 103 (later 114) in 1965. 

The car 150- SUNSET was built for the Southern Pacific in 1955 by Pullman-Standard. Rock Island chair car 352 was rebuilt to that line's business car 101- LAKE MICHIGAN in 1953, while the lightweight sleeper IMPERIAL MARK became business car 100 on the Rock Island roster in 1971, the year in which the Missouri Pacific rebuilt business car No. 11 from their lightweight sleeping car CRYSTAL RIVER. The Erie-Lackawanna re-designated tne lightweight sleeping cars AMERICAN LIBERTY and AMERICAN LIFE to business cars 5 and 6 in 1964 and 1965 respectively; no interior changes were made. 

The car ADOLPHUS, built in Wabash Railroad shops in 1954 for the Anheuser-Busch Corp., became Pennsy business car 1000 in 1965. Chesapeake and Ohio sleeper-lounge car NEW RIVER CLUB was rebuilt to business car CHESSIE 29 in 1951. One of that road's Budd-built lunch counter-tavern cars became business car 19 in 1948, later re-designated No. 28 on the New York Central and then ADIOS II for Mrs. Charles Payson, who eventually sold it to the Grand Trunk Western.  

Sleeper-lounge car T&P 642 -EAGLE RIDGE was converted to mail storage car T&P 387 in May 1966. The sleeping cars listed below were rebuilt to 76-seat chair cars and renumbered in the 400 series as indicated. 

Car Converision

Car Number

Date

Car Name

MP 402

3/64

ex-EAGLE BRIDGE

MP 403

3/64

ex-EAGLE VILLAGE

MP 404

3/65

ex-EAGLE CIRCLE

T&P 405

10/64

ex-EAGLE FLIGHT

MP 406

9/65

ex-EAGLE COUNTY

T&P 407

5/65

ex-EAGLE WATCH

T&P 407

5/65

ex-EAGLE GLIDE

T&P 409

3/66

ex-EAGLE TRAIL

MP 410

7/66

ex-EAGLE CREEK

MP 411

3/67

ex-EAGLE ROCK


 

7. Pullman Heavyweight car names for MP & affiliated roads from
Wayner's "Pullman Company List of Cars - 1950"
 

Additional sources are the Official Register of Passenger Train Equipment (ORPTE)
and MP disposition records furnished by Bill Hoss

Compiled by Jerry Glow for the Missouri Pacific Historical Society
02-20-2004 Appended additional information
03-09-2005 Appended additional information from Pullman records
and was gleaned from Tom Madden's "Pullman Project"
04-02-2005 Appended additional information

Diagram

Arrangement

 

Section, Drawing Room, Compartment 

  5

12-1

11

8-3-1

19 *

10-1-2

25

8-1-2

79 *

10-1-2

245

8-5

* The only difference between diagrams 19 & 79 is how the rooms connect.
Floor plan is the same otherwise
 

 

A/C - I - Ice Actuated

A/C - PMB - Mechanical (Brine Tank Auxiliary

 

 

Pullman Heavyweight Cars

Car Name

Arrg't

Owner

Trucks

Air Cond.

Paint (from the Madden file)

 

Ascalon 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB; BTR (5/28/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962L (nd) 

 

Camp Bullis 

10-1-2 

T&P 

1910A (11/21/38) 

PMB; BTR (1/11/49) 

Pull. Std.; CED5156 (nd) 

 

Camp Fremont 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTR (5/18/48) 

Pull. Std. 

 

Camp Lewis 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

242A 

PMB BTR (11/22/50) 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors (11/20/50); MDH3962M (6/25/53) 

 

Cape Ann 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

242 

Ice 

Eagle colors MDH3962K (nd); MDH3962L (4/8/52) 

 

Cape Flattery 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

242 

Ice 

Eagle colors MDH3962K (nd) 

 

Cape Henry 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

242 

Ice 

Eagle colors MDH3962K (nd) 

 

Cape Romano 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

2410A 

Ice 

Eagle colors MDH3962L (nd) 

 

Cape Rozier 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

242 

Ice 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors MDH3962 (3/10/52) 

 

Crucero 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

1910A 

PMB BTR (4/28/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962 (nd) 

 

Lake Chabot 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTR (5/28/48) 

Eagle colors (5/28/48); MDH3962M (12/2/54) 

 

Lake Fortuna 

10-1-2 

NOT&M 

242 

PMB; BTR (8/26/48) 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors MDH3962M (10/21/53) 

 

Lake Okeechobee 

10-1-2 

NOT&M 

242 

Ice 

Eagle colors MDH3962 (nd) 

 

Lake Preston 

10-1-2 

SLB&M 

242 

Ice 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors MDH3962 (1/24/52) 

 

Lake Wilson 

10-1-2 

SLB&M 

242 

Ice 

Eagle colors MDH3962 (4/23/48) 

 

Lake Woodruff 

10-1-2 

NOT&M 

242 

Ice 

Eagle colors MDH3962 (1/31/52) 

 

Lathrop 

10-1-2 

T&P 

242 (4/1/38) 

PMB; BTR (4/26/48) 

Pull. Std.; CED5156 (4/16/52) 

 

Malotte 

10-1-2 

I-GN 

2410A 

PMB; BTR (1/26/50) 

Eagle colors (nd) 

 

Manley 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

2410A 

Ice 

Eagle colors MDH3962 (nd) 

 

Manning 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

1910A 

Ice 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors MDH3962L (12/7/50) 

 

Marston 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

242A 

PMB BTR (12/31/48) 

CED5156 (nd); Eagle colors (2/12/53) 

 

Matane 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTR (12/26/47) 

Eagle colors MDH3962K (nd); MDH3962M (6/2/53) 

 

Median 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

2410A 

Ice 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors MDH3962L (1/21/53) 

 

Mentone 

10-1-2 

T&P 

1910A (5/8/35) 

PMB; BTR (9/30/52) 

Pull. Std.; CED5156 (nd) 

 

Mesquite 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

1910A 

PMB BTR (6/2/49) 

Eagle colors MDH3962K (6/2/49) 

 

Millaudon 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

2410A 

Ice 

Eagle colors MDH3962 (nd) 

 

Miramar 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

1910A 

PMB BTR (4/30/48) 

Pull. Std. 

 

Mitchell 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTR (4/20/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962K (nd) 

 

Richardson 

10-1-2 

I-GN 

2410A 

PMB; BTR (12/23/47) 

Eagle colors MDH3962K (nd); MDH3962L (nd) 

 

Rio Balsas 

10-1-2 

I-GN 

2410A 

PMB; BTR (7/22/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962? (7/22/48); MDH3962H (4/6/53) 

 

Rio Bravo 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTR (6/29/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962E (6/29/48) 

 

Rio Frio 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

1910A 

PMB BTR (6/9/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962E (6/9/48) 

 

Rio Grijalva 

10-1-2 

I-GN 

2410A 

PMB; BTR (7/30/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962? (nd); MDG3962L (3/11/53) 

 

Rio Guayalejo 

10-1-2 

I-GN 

1910A 

PMB; BTR (8/16/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962E (nd) 

 

Rio Lerma 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

1910A 

PMB BTR (4/9/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962E (8/10/48); MDH3962M (2/19/54) 

 

Rio Mezcala 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

1910A 

PMB BTR (9/7/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962E (9/7/48); MDH3962M (5/15/53) 

 

Rio Panuco 

10-1-2 

I-GN 

2410A 

PMB; BTR (11/25/47) 

Eagle colors MDH3962E (6/17/48); MDH3962M (3/19/54) 

 

Rio Papagayo 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

242 

PMB BTR (7/14/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962? (7/14/48); MDH3962M (2/15/57) 

 

Rio Papaloapan 

10-1-2 

I-GN 

1910A 

PMB; BTR (8/18/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962? (8/18/48); MDH3962L (nd); D6552A (6/14/54) 

 

Rio Usamacinta 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

1910A 

PMB BTR (6/7/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962E (6/7/48) 

 

Truman 

10-1-2 

M.P. 

1910A 

PMB BTR (6/11/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962L (nd) 

 

Worland 

10-1-2 

I-GN 

2410A 

PMB; BTR (4/29/48) 

Pull. Std.; CED5068 (nd) 

 

Armington 

12-1 

M.P. 

242 

PMB BTR (4/18/49) 

Eagle colors MDH3962I (4/18/49) 

 

McBride 

12-1 

T&P 

242 

Ice 

Pull. Std. 

 

McCorkle 

12-1 

M.P. 

242A 

PMB BTR (2/2/51) 

Eagle colors MDD3962 (nd) 

 

McCray 

12-1 

T&P 

242 

Ice 

Pull. Std. 

 

McCreight 

12-1 

M.P. 

242A 

PMB BTR (7/27/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962J (nd) 

 

McFerrin 

12-1 

T&P 

242 

PMB; BTR (3/3/48) 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors CED4327 (nd) 

 

McGlashens 

12-1 

M.P. 

242A 

PMB BTR (3/7/49) 

Eagle colors MDH3960H (3/7/49); MDH3960L (nd) 

 

McGuire 

12-1 

T&P 

242 

Ice 

Pull. Std., CED5156 (nd) 

 

McGuffey 

12-1 

M.P. 

242A 

PMB BTR (2/12/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962 (nd) 

 

McLaughlin 

12-1 

T&P 

242A 

PMB; BTR (9/28/48) 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors CED4327 (5/27/49); CED4327C (3/5/54) 

 

McMichaels 

12-1 

T&P 

242A 

Ice 

Pull. Std.; CED5156 (2/25/54) 

 

McNair 

12-1 

T&P 

242 

Ice 

Pull. Std.; CED5156 (5/5/54) 

 

McNulta 

12-1 

T&P 

242A 

Ice 

Pull. Std.; CED5156 (nd) 

 

Monhegan 

12-1 

T&P 

242 

Ice 

Pull. Std. 

 

Pequaket 

12-1 

T&P 

1910A (7/25/38) 

Ice 

Pull. Std.; CED5156 (nd) 

 

Wallace 

12-1 

T&P 

1910A (11/21/38) 

Ice 

Pull. Std. 

 

Wenatchee 

12-1 

M.P. 

242 

PMB BTR (1/12/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962 (4/20/49) 

 

Marcus Daly 

8-1-2 

I-GN 

2411 

PMB; BTR (6/15/48) 

Eagle colors (nd) 

 

Paris Gibson 

8-1-2 

SLB&M 

2411 

PMB; BTR (4/29/48) 

Eagle colors (4/29/48); MDH3962? (nd); MDH3962M (10/27/54) 

 

Beacon Tower 

8-1-3 

SAU&G 

242AR 

PMB; BTR (6/2/48) 

Eagle colors (nd) 

 

Shrine Tower 

8-1-3 

BSL&W 

242A 

PMB; BTR (4/26/48) 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors MDH3962M (6/4/54); D8004A (nd) 

 

Temple Tower 

8-1-3 

M.P. 

242AR 

PMB BTR (11/11/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962G (nd); MDH3962L (nd); D8004A (nd) 

 

Clover Flats 

8-5 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTR (4/30/48) 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors (12/13/51); MDH3962M (12/22/53) 

 

Clover Nook 

8-5 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTR (no date) 

Pull. Std.; Eagle colors MDH3962? (9/3/52); MDFH3962M (4/27/55) 

 

Clover Spray 

8-5 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTB (11/23/49) BTR (11/25/52) 

MDH3962? (nd) 

 

Clover Wreath 

8-5 

M.P. 

242 

PMB BTR (no date) 

Obscured; Eagle colors MDH3962M (5/7/56) 

 

Ixtaccihuatl 

8-5 

I-GN 

2410A 

PMB BTR (6/3/48) 

Eagle colors (6/23/48); MDH3962M (4/16/54) 

 

Malinche (2nd) 

8-5 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTR (6/29/48) 

Eagle colors (6/29/48); MDD3962? (nd); MDD3962M (3/2/54) 

 

Nevado de Toluca 

8-5 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTR (7/12/48) 

Eagle colors (7/12/48); MDH3962E (nd); MDH3962M (5/5/53) 

 

Paricutin 

8-5 

I-GN 

2410A 

PMB BTR (7/21/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962E (nd); MDH3962M (1/28/53); D6552A (1/10/56) 

 

Popocatepetl 

8-5 

M.P. 

242 

PMB BTR (6/28/48) 

Eagle colors MDH3962E (6/28/48); Red, blue & green D6552A (10/24/56) 

 

Sierra Madre 

8-5 

M.P. 

2410A 

PMB BTR (6/21/48) 

Special colors MDH3962M (6/21/48); D6552A (3/5/56) 

 

Volcan de Colima 

8-5 

M.P. 

242 

PMB BTR (7/8/48) 

Eagle colors MDH 3962C (7/8/48); D6552A (5/11/55) 

 

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