|172||Interurban Combine||Bought: 1921||48'04" long||Notes: Retired 1954, scrapped in 1970s.|
Last Car from Frederick to Hagerstown
Last Car from Hagerstown to Williamsport
Last Car from Middletown to Frederick
Last Car from Thurmont to Frederick.
Official last Interurban in State of Maryland, possibly east of Mississippi. Survived into 1970s as part of a preservation attempt. Ended service as farm structure, damaged in fire before scrapping.
|171||Interurban Combine||Bought: 1919||48'04" long||Notes: Retired 1954, survives in use as a cabin.|
Operated Last Trolley trip to Thurmont with #172 Feb. 20 1954. Survives as a cabin in Mountaindale. Last known carbody in private ownership.
|169||Interurban Combine||Bought: 1917||48'04" long||Notes: Retired 1947, sold, later scrapped.|
Participated in Last Trolley in Washington County trip alongside 172 and 168. Sold to a scrap dealer in Hagerstown area, remained displayed for years before being slowly dismantled.
|168||Interurban Combine||Bought: 1917||48'04" long||Notes: Retired 1947, preserved in Hagerstown.|
Participated in Last Trolley in Washington County trip alongside 169 and 172. Moved to Dam 5 for use as a cabin, donated to Hagerstown Model Club and moved to fairground. Later donated to Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum where it is currently displayed.
|168 (1st)||Interurban Combine||Bought: 1914||48'04" long||Notes: |
This car was the last wood-bodied combine purchased new by the Hagerstown & Frederick Railway. It was destroyed in the 1917 Hagerstown Carbarn fire and replaced by a similar, steel-bodied car of the same number.
|164||Interurban Combine||Bought: 1910||48'04" long||Notes: FRR #32|
This car is notable for the drastic increase in baggage area after transition. Delivered with seating for 48 and a stadard baggage area, by retirement the car had the baggage compartment expanded across half of the passenger compartment.