Portions of Coach 150 are exposed after wind tore the tarp.
After two years of inclement weather and direct sunlight, tears have developed in the tarp protecting #150. In response to the tarp damage, society member Reuben Moss has prepared a study of the car’s condition. The tear will be covered by a temporary tarp in January as the society develops a long-term plan for preservation and maintenance.
#150 is a suburban coach which served on the H&F Railway in the Hagerstown area from 1923 to 1938. It is now privately owned , with maintenance assistance provided by members of the HFRHS.
The City of Frederick has narrowed the placement of the downtown hotel and convention center to be situated in part on the property at 200 E. Patrick Street. Follow the development at the City website, www.cityoffrederick.com.
This property once served as the Frederick station of the Hagerstown & Frederick.
Society members Reuben Moss and Harry Meem with the newly covered #150.
Suburban Coach #150 in Myersville has been covered in tarps to protect it from the weather. Due to family circumstances, the car needs repairs but cannot be done at this time. The society purchased the tarps and H&F Society members Harry Meem, Reuben Moss and Richard Benjamin covered the car.