Car # 95 – Again, a very specific car. Snow clearance?

Car # 198 – Freight car

Another one marked # 198. Same car as above? Or did they some how use the same number twice?

Car # 301 on London St. – Photo from April 25, 1938 – The S.W. & A. must have made a mint off of Winchester Cigarettes. Seems like they had an ad on ever car at one point…

Car # 301 – Photo from August, 1937.

Car # 364 – This photo is noted as being on the scrap line.

Car # 374 – Photo taken as the car is northbound on Ouellette, just approaching the Wyandotte St. intersection. A corner of the Douglas Building is visible on the right.

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