Wooden Interurban Combine #168 (1)

Type: Interurban CombineCapacity: 48Purchased in:
Built by:J.G. Brill Co. in 1914 for the Hagerstown and Frederick Railway


Length (bumper): 48'04"(Platform): 4'03"(Post):31'09"
Width: 8'10"Height from Rail to platform:3'00",to roof: 12'09"Steps: 2


2 trucksModel: Baldwinpurchased H&F in Wheel base: 6'01"
Wheel Diameter: 34"Axle Diameter: 4.5"Car Weight: 50000 lbs.


This car had 4 motors.Motor model: Westinghouse 101B2Gear ratio: 18:66Motor HP: 40 each


Controller Model: K35GCompressor: D2EGSX2Air Gove.: S6
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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.