Passenger Cars

Coach 8

Built 1882

Laconia Car Co.

This car was purchased in 1916 from the Boston, Revere Beach, and Lynn.

Combine 14

Built 1882

Laconia Car Co.

This car was purchased in 1916 from the Boston, Revere Beach, and Lynn. A major restoration project is underway on this car by Friends of the East Broad Top

Combine 15

Built 1882

Laconia Car Co.

This car was purchased in 1916 from the Boston, Revere Beach, and Lynn.

Combine 15

Built 1882

Laconia Car Co.

This car was purchased in 1916 from the Boston, Revere Beach, and Lynn.

Coach 20

Built 1882

Billmeyer & Smalls

This coach was purchased in September of 1907 from the Big Level and Kinzua.
This was the EBT president’s car.

Caboose 27

Built 1920

East Broad Top

This is one of two cabooses that the railroad owns.

Caboose 28

Built 1920

East Broad Top

This car was overhauled by the Friends of the East Broad Top in 2004 inside the same shops it was built.

Flatcar 119

Built 1925

East Broad Top

In 1960 this car had benches and railings installed to carry passengers for the opening season.
The Friends of the East Broad Top completed an overhaul on this car in 2005.

Boxcar 168

Built 1920

East Broad Top

Knowing the East Broad Top needed extra capacity to take some load off the antique wooden passenger cars, Friends of the East Broad Top converted this boxcar to a handicap-accessible open car. The rear corner of this car is equipped with a wheelchair lift. This transformation was completed in 2008.

Boxcar 175

Built 1916

East Broad Top

As with Flatcar 119, this car was modified for passenger service in 1960.

Black Flatcars 107, 111, 117, 123

Built 1916

East Broad Top

These four flat cars were built by the EBT in 1923 and 1925. In the 1990s they had benches and railings installed to increase train capacity.

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