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Rolling Stock


Number: A Type: Flatbed Locomotive/Line Car
YVT #A Builder's Photo Builder: Niles Car Company Date Built: 1910
Overall Length: 40' Weight:
Notes: Built new for the YVT. Used as a flatbed locomotive until 1922 when it was converted to a line car. Presently in operating condition and has been in continuous service since 1910.


Number: 298 Type: Steeple Cab Freight Locomotive
YVT #298 Builder's Photo Builder: General Electric Date Built: 1922
Overall Length: 34' Weight: 50 Tons
Notes: Built new for the YVT. In freight service from 1922 to 1985. Presently in operating condition.


Number: 21 Type: Double Truck Steel Streetcar
YVT #21 Builder's Photo Builder: American Car Company (Brill) Date Built: 1930
Overall Length: 40' 10" Weight:
Notes: One of three Brill Master Units built new for the YVT. Ran in Yakima until 1947, then sold to Portland Traction Company and ran in Portland, Oregon until 1958, then sold to Robert Hively and displayed at the Puget Sound Railway Historical Association museum in Snoqualmie, Washington. Returned to Yakima in 1989. Presently in operating condition.


Number: 22 Type: Double Truck Steel Streetcar
YVT #22 Builder's Photo Builder: American Car Company (Brill) Date Built: 1930
Overall Length: 40' 10" Weight:
Notes: One of three Brill Master Units built new for the YVT. Ran in Yakima until 1947, then sold to Portland Traction Company and ran in Portland, Oregon until 1958, then sold to Robert Hively and displayed at the Puget Sound Railway Historical Association museum in Snoqualmie, Washington. Returned to Yakima in 1989. Presently awaiting restoration to operating condition.


Number: 1776 Type: Single Truck Streetcar
#1776 after being painted in original YVT colors. Builder: Carbody: STCP (Oporto, Portugal) Undercarriage: J.G. Brill Company Date Built: 1928
Overall Length: 32' 6" Weight: 13 Tons
Notes: Single truck car similar in appearance to Yakima's first streetcars. Built and operated in Oporto, Portugal as streetcar #260. Brought to Yakima in 1974 and was Yakima's U.S. Bicentennial project. It has remained in continuous operation ever since.


Number: 1976 Type: Single Truck Streetcar
#1976 on its first day in Yakima. Builder: Carbody: STCP (Oporto, Portugal) Undercarriage: J.G. Brill Company Date Built: 1928
Overall Length: 32' 6" Weight: 13 Tons
Notes: Single truck car similar in appearance to Yakima's first streetcars. Built and operated in Oporto, Portugal as streetcar #254. Brought to Yakima in 1974 and was Yakima's U.S. Bicentennial project. It has remained in continuous operation ever since.