MILWAUKEE STREETCAR ROSTER (1900'S)



Numbers    Builder          Built  Retired  Notes

 30- 34  Osgood Bradley     1924   1941     Acquired 1928 from Morris County NJ
 35- 40  Wason              1923   1941     Acquired 1928 from Milford & Uxbridge MA
 41      Shops              1912   1931     Used in Kenosha and Racine
 42- 51  Shops              1913   1932     Used in Kenosha and Racine
 60- 84  St. Louis          1920   1934     Used in Racine
 85- 99  St. Louis          1920   1931     Used in Kenosha
101-110  Barney & Smith     1898   1937     Originally 351-360
111-130  Brill              1896   1919     Originally 301-320
111-118  Niles              1907            Formerly Milwaukee Northern 101-108
119-120  Niles              1912            Formerly Milwaukee Northern 109-110
131-150  Barney & Smith     1897   1938     Originally 321-340
151-170  Barney & Smith     1898   1938     Originally 341-350, 361-370
171-195  St. Louis          1899   1935     Some used in Kenosha and Racine
196-275  St. Louis          1900   1939     Some used in Kenosha and Racine
276-325  St. Louis          1903   1939
326-375  St. Louis          1904   1939     Some used in Kenosha
376-425  St. Louis          1905   1940
426-500  St. Louis          1906   1940
501-600  St. Louis          1911   1951
601-630  St. Louis          1912   1951
631-660  Shops              1913   1949
701-750  Shops              1917   1953
751-760  St. Louis          1924   1948     Originally 20-29 for Kenosha and Racine
800      Shops              1919   1944
801-899  St. Louis          1920   1958
900-924  St. Louis          1924   1958
925-964  St. Louis          1926   1958
965-974  St. Louis          1927   1958
975-984  St. Louis          1928   1958
985-999  St. Louis          1929   1958


Cars 111-120 built by Niles were articulated pairs, acquired with Milwaukee Northern in 1928.

Cars 751-760 were originally numbered 990-999, renumbered 20-29 in 1926, and renumbered 751-760 in 1934 when reassigned to Milwaukee.


The Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Co. streetcar #972 was built by St. Louis Car in 1927, and is preserved at the Illinois Railway Museum.