Notes: Converted into sand shed not long after purchase.
Little is known of #212’s service life on the Hagerstown & Frederick. It appeared to have been repainted before delivery to Frederick but soon after was seen on blocks with both vestibules removed being used as a sand shed.
#9 began life as a freight car, reportedly as a boxcar, before being converted into a freight motor by the W&OD in Virginia. During WWII the H&F purchased the car for use transporting freight and scrap metal between Thurmont & Frederick.