PATH/H&M Complete Roster


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Designation

Unit Numbers

Manufacturer

Date

Notes

A

200-209

Pressed Steel

1908

A-J types known as the "black cars" due to their paint color

A

210-249

American Car & Foundry

1908

 

B

250-339

Pressed Steel

1909

 

C

340-389

American Car & Foundry

1910

 

D

701-736

Pressed Steel

1911

 

MP-38

1901-1960

Pressed Steel

1911

PRR owner-see note below

E

401-425

American Car & Foundry

1921

 

F

426-450

American Car & Foundry

1922

 

G

451-475

American Car & Foundry

1923

 

H

801-804

American Car & Foundry

1927

 

MP-38

1961-1972

American Car & Foundry

1927

PRR owner-see note below

J

501-520

American Car & Foundry

1928

Car 503 at Shore Line Trolley Museum. Cars 510 and 513 at Trolley Museum of New York.

MP-52

1200-1229

St. Louis Car Co.

1958

PRR owner-see note below; some still on the work car roster

K

1230-1249

St. Louis Car Co.

1958

Some still on work car roster

PA1

100-151

St. Louis Car Co.

1965

"C" cars - no cabs

PA1

600-709

St. Louis Car Co.

1965

"A" cars - cabs at one end

PA2

152-181

St. Louis Car Co.

1966/67

"C" cars - no cabs

PA2

710-723

St. Louis Car Co.

1966/67

"A" cars - cabs at one end

PA3

724-769

Hawker-Siddeley

1972

"A" cars - cabs at one end

PA4

800-894

Kawasaki

1986

"A" cars - cabs at one end

Notes

  • Only PA-class cars are in passenger service, all others retired. PA-class cars 694, 726, 754, 761, 765, 768 dedicated to work service.
  • PA1 139 and others destroyed at World Trade Center, 9/11/2001
  • PA1-PA3 class cars are 51'8", painted aluminum bodies, two doors per side
  • PA4 class cars are 51'8", stainless steel bodies, three doors per side
  • "MP"-class cars were owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad and used in the H&M/PRR Joint Service between Newark, Manhattan Transfer, Journal Square, and Exchange Place, which operated from 1911 to 1961.