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Motor car #400 of the Pittsburg & Sawmut Railroad, a short line that operated in central and southwestern Pennsylvania. The motor car was designed by the Bowen Motor Railways Corporation of St Louis, MO, and is assumed to be one of four cars built by the Barney & Smith Co of Dayton, OH.
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Motor car #400 of the Pittsburg & Sawmut Railroad, a short line that operated in central and southwestern Pennsylvania. The motor car was designed by the Bowen Motor Railways Corporation of St Louis, MO, and was one of four cars built by the Barney & Smith Co of Dayton, OH.

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Motor Car #400, Pittsburg & Sawmut Railroad

Motor car #400 of the Pittsburg & Sawmut Railroad, a short line that operated in central and southwestern Pennsylvania. The motor car was designed by the Bowen Motor Railways Corporation of St Louis, MO, and was one of four cars built by the Barney & Smith Co of Dayton, OH.

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