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Established 1963


Kansas City Southern Lines
No. 7460
Box Car, 40 ft., Outside braced, wood side, steel underframe
Builder unknown, 1924
Donated 1967

Lone Star Gas Company (Lone Star Producing Company)
No. L.S.G.X. 1817 (Ex Lone  Star Producing Company LSPX 1817)
Tank Car, Petroleum products (“Ranger Era” tank car built for Chestnut & Smith Corp.)
General American Tank Car Company, 1917
Donated 1966

Genesee & Wyoming Railroad
No. GNWR 1032
Refrigerator Car, 65 ft. Sub-zero, mechanical, diesel
Pacific Car & Foundry, 1968
Donated 1991

Western Pacific Railroad
No. 68652
Box Car, 55 ft., double plug door, all-steel
American Car & Foundry Company, 1966
Donated 1997

Kansas City Southern Lines
No. 107859
Box Car, 50-ft. plug door, all-steel
Donated 2010

St. Louis-Southwestern (Cotton Belt) Railway
No. 2332 (Ex 49028 on AFE 4206)
Caboose, Combination coach-baggage-crew car, wood with steel underframe, plan 624-E
StLSW, Oct. 1920
Donated 1966

Texas & Northern Railway (Lone Star Steel Company, Lone Star, TX)
(Ex Malakoff Fuel & Iron Co., ex Port Bolivar and Iron Ore Railroad, ex Buffalo Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway)
Number unknown
Caboose, 4-wheel “Bobber” type, all-wood
BR&P Lincoln Park Car Shops, Rochester, NY 1895
Donated 1964

Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company
No. 999311  
Caboose, Class CE-1, all steel
Santa Fe Railway, Topeka Shops, 1949, rebuilt 1968
Donated 2001

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