FREIGHT EQUIPMENT

Owned by the CNY NRHS

Wood Caboose: NYC #19144

New York Central shops

History
Built in 1910 at one of the New York Central shops as #19144 → Purchased from Penn Central for use as hot dog stand c.1968 and later used as a clothing shop → Purchased by Chapter member Bob Newman and restored → Donated to CNY NRHS 8/17/1986 → One of about a dozen such cabooses still in existence in 2018. Chapter fully restored the caboose in 2019 with weather resistant composite materials after original wood extensively deteriorated.
On display at New York State Fairgrounds

NYC bay window caboose

N7A Bay Window Caboose: NYC #21775

St. Louis Car Company

History
Built in 1952 by the St. Louis Car Company for the New York Central; originally painted oxide red and numbered 20313 → Repainted jade green in the 1960s and renumbered as 21775 in 1966. Number retained by Penn Central in 1968 → Painted blue, retaining Number 21775 under Conrail after 1976 → Purchased by Speno Rail Service in 1980s; one end rebuilt for use in maintenance of way → Donated to CNY NRHS in 1988.
On display at New York State Fairgrounds

Caboose

N5 Cupola Caboose: PRR #477566

Pennsylvania Railroad Juniata Shops, Altoona PA

History
Built in 1927 as Pennsylvania Railroad Class N5 caboose #477566 and painted Tuscan Red → Renumbered #19059 and painted green by Penn Central after 1968 → Repainted blue by Conrail after 1976 → Acquired by CNY NRHS from Conrail.
On display at Central Square Museum

Cupola Caboose: LeHigh Valley #95033

History
According to the Anthracite Railroad Historical Society, #95033 entered service on April 24, 1944, and was painted Freight Car Red with a black roof → Renumbered as 18694 by Conrail after 1976 → Acquired by CNY NRHS from Conrail.
In Storage at Martisco Station Museum

Two-Bay Open Hopper: DL&W

History
Delaware, Lackawana and Western → Erie Lackawana → CNY NRHS
In storage at Martisco Station Museum

Single Dome Tank Car: Syracuse Candle and Wax

History
Syracuse Candle & Wax → CNY NRHS
In storage at Martisco Station Museum

Model 15 Burro Crane

In Storage at Martisco Station Museum