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Central California Traction 2001

CCT 2001 as restored. May 18, 2011. CCT 2001 as restored. May 18, 2011.

Description

Central California Traction Company 2001 is a 36-foot, double-sheathed, wooden boxcar.

History

This car was built new for the CCT by the Holman Car Company of San Francisco in September 1910. It is part of a two car series, 2001 to 2002. The car was retired in April 1963 and acquired by the Western Railway Museum at the time.

  • Vintage Photo: Vintage Photo
  • Vintage Caption: CCT 2001 at WRM before repainting. (BAERA Photo)
  • Owners: Central California Traction 2001
  • Technical Data: Type, 36-foot wooden boxcar. Builder and date, Holman Car Company of San Francisco in September 1910. Class. Underframe: wood with truss rods. Ends: wood. Roof: wood. Doors: single sliding.
  • Trucks: Truck center. Trucks, arch bar. Wheels. Wheelbase. Journals.
  • Air Brake Equipment: Air brake system: K-2. Brake cylinder: 10 X 12. Hand brake, vertical staff.
  • Dimensions: Lightweight. Capacity. Length, 36-foot. Width. Height.
  • Propulsion Equipment: None
  • Misc Data: Coupler. Draft gear.
  • Current Condition: This car is in good condition.
  • Proposed Future Treatment: The roof of this car needs to be replaced and it needs to be lettered.
  • Date Last Modified: Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Hours

Year Round
Saturdays & Sundays
10:30 am – 5:00 pm

Summer Hours
(June 14th - August 13th)
Wednesdays through Sundays
10:30 am to 5:00 pm

Museum Location

5848 State Highway 12
Suisun City, CA 94585

(707) 374-2978

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