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Street railway and interurban work equipment

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Street railway and interurban work equipment
Posted by daveklepper on Thursday, January 20, 2022 6:00 AM

Other than snow-removal equipment, which has a  thread

Two of Third Avenue Transit in 1947 ion the "K" line on Broadway in Washington Heughts.  The first at 175th Street and the second near 200th Street, Dyckman Street:

 The first utility car aopears to have been equipped only for conduit current collection.  The  second has reversed  trolly-poles, but is running on conduit.  i suspect the first  was scrapped soon after this June, 1947 photo, while the second was used five more years in The Bronx and Yonkers.

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Posted by daveklepper on Saturday, April 2, 2022 7:16 PM

Third Avenue Transit's rail-grinder, rebuilt from its  remaining single-truck Berney:

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