Railroad Museum LI - Trackage, Photos, Info   Riverhead, NY 

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LIRR #39 for RMLI  Artist: George L. Wybenga

 

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Riverhead LIRR Map: Paul Strubeck  c. 2008    Blue Tracks used by RMLI see below

    1.-3. LI Ice Company
    4.-5. LI Coal Association
    6.-7. LI Produce
    8. Suffolk  Potato
    9. Jackson

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Riverhead LIRR RMLI Trackage Map: Anthony DeBellis, Jr.   08/24/2008 

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39 4-6-0 G-5 built by Juanita in 1929
1556 Alco RS-3 built in 1955
7727 is a Class B-62 baggage car built in 1928
399 GE 25 toner built in 1958
200 Doubledecker car built in 1932
C-60 (top yellow box) was built in 1961 by the International Railway Car Company, currently on loan to the transit museum.
C-63 and C-64 are N22 class Bay Window type Cabooses. Both C-63 and C-64 were built in 1963. Currently, C-63 is used as our tool car, and C-64 is stored for future restoration
110 flatcar built in 1910 for ATSF
W-93 built in 1948 is a Jordan Spreader snowplow
2993 is a P-72 bar car not owned by the museum
2907 is a P-72 Pass car. built 1955
2924, is a P-72 pass car built 1955, end of steam car pulled by 39
7737 circus car 
2933 is a P-72 pass car built after 1955 not included in first order cars (2901-2925)
W-85 is a former B&M car used on the LIRR as a bar car and sandite car
The M-1s were built in 1965.
Turntable was built in 1915 for CN

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LIRR #39 4-6-0 G-5 built by Juanita in 1929

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LIRR #399 GE 25 toner built in 1958

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LIRR #7727 is a Class B-62 baggage car 
built in 1928
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LIRR #1556 Alco RS-3 built in 1955

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LIRR #1556 Alco RS-3  
Photo: Mike McDermet 08/02/08

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LIRR #200 Doubledecker car built in 1932 Photo: Mike McDermet 08/02/08

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LIRR #1391Combine went for scrap (WFS) 08/22/08 Photo: Mike McDermet 08/02/08

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LIRR #C-60 was built in 1961 by the 
International 
Railway Car Company
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LIRR #C-63  N22 class Bay Window type caboose built in 1963. Currently, used as our tool car.
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LIRR #C-64  N22 class Bay Window type caboose built in 1963. Currently, stored for future restoration
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LIRR #W-93 built in 1948 is a Jordan Spreader snowplow
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LIRR #W-93 
Photo: Mike McDermet 08/02/08
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LIRR #W-93, LIRR # 2907 09/2008
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LIRR #2993 is a P-72 bar car not owned by the museum
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#110 flatcar built in 1910 for ATSF

LIRR #7737 


Photo: Mike McDermet 08/02/08

 

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LIRR #2933 is a P-72 pass car built after 1955 not included in first order cars (2901-2925)

 

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Ex-B&M, LIRR #2907 is a P-72 Pass car built 1955, used on the LIRR as a bar car and sandite car

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LIRR #2924, is a P-72 pass car built 1955, end of steam car pulled by 39
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Photo: Mike McDermet 08/02/08
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LIRR  M-1s were built in 1965.
Photo: Mike McDermet 08/02/08
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Turntable was built in 1915 for CN

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!965 World's Fair Mini-train

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No.1 Narrow gauge 0-4-0T built in 1921

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C-68 Bay window caboose built 1963 by Morris International

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BEDT 16 0-6-0T engine built by Porter in 1923

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LIRR 1966 Freight Sidings Map - Riverhead

 
Photos, descriptions, research and designed maps courtesy Anthony DeBellis, Jr.  08/24/2008 unless otherwise noted.