EBT Passenger Cars #18 and #29 in Colorado
EBT combine #18 was sold by the EBT in 1954 to the Northwoods Railroad, a planned tourist operation in Michigan that never went into operation. #29 was similarly sold to the Northwoods in 1956. After years of inactivity both were subsequently sold at auction, along with the rest of the Northwoods collection. Both cars were purchased by Don Drawer for use on his planned Sundown and Southern Railroad and were moved to Colorado.
For more infomation on these cars, see the Colorado EBT Passenger Cars for Sale news item.
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Baggage-Express #29 from the northeast.
Baggage-Express #29 from the southeast.
Baggage-Express #29 from the southwest.
#29 end sill and truck brake beam.
#29 underside with truss rods, side, intermediate and center sills,
needle beams, queen posts and brake reservoir.
East side of #29's north truck. The trucks are complete and appear
to be solid.
North side of #18's east truck.
Combine #18's interior. Note the air pressure gauge still intact like
those in the EBT's cabooses.
South side of #18's east truck. The sideing and side sill are the
worst here of either car.
The underside of #18 showing the center bearing, truck and car bolsters