Buffalo, Bellevue and Lancaster Railway Company

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The Buffalo, Bellevue and Lancaster Railway Company, or Buffalo, Bellevue and Lancaster Railway is a former interurban streetcar operator that operated in the near-eastern suburbs of Buffalo, New York.

Services were provided from approximately 1892 until being taken over by the International Railway Company in 1902.

Roster

[1]

Streetcars/Interurbans

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Ends Motors Trucks Notes
1-4 Mar 1892 Brill Closed car DE BR 13 Order number 4186.
(2 cars) May 1893 Brill Closed car DE BR 21 Order number 5228.
(2 cars) Jan 1894 Brill Closed car DE BR 22 Order number 5567.
16 Apr 1895 Brill Closed car DE BR Eureka Order number 6468.
(1 car) Apr 1896 Brill Closed car DE BR Eureka Order number 7151.
Stephenson Unknown number of cars and type.[2]

Service cars

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Ends Motors Trucks Notes
18 Nov 1896 Brill Closed car DE Pedestal Order number 7533
  • Plow.

References

  1. Harold E. Cox, Brill Order List from 1887 to 1899, accessed November 12, 2018.
  2. American street railway investments. 1894, Page 66