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Tram move to cost $1.3M » BCER 1222

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“In 1912 the B.C. Electric placed their largest order for tram cars, purchasing 32 1200-series cars from the St. Louis Car Company. The cars entered service in 1913, and ran throughout the Lower Mainland for 45 years.” 9source: City of Burnaby web page) Only 7 BCER cars survive. 1207 and 1231 are in Vancouver, 1220 is in Richmond, 1223 is in Burnaby

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  1. Please be advised that BCER 1225 and BCER 1304 are now back in B.C.

    Robert Ashton

    February 23, 2010 at 7:23 pm

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