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Constructed in 1910 for the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad at a cost of $10,500, Coach No. 92 served as a women’s washroom in Philadelphia during World War II. It later was part of the ill-fated “Museum Train” at the WK&S Railroad in 1968.

Year Built: August 1910

Maker: Harlan & Hollingsworth (Wilmington, DE)


Weight: 102,975 lbs.

Year Arrived at Strasburg: June 1990

Entered Passenger Service: August 1992

Significance of Name: Named Susquehanna in honor of the river that serves as the western border of Lancaster County. The Susquehanna River is the longest river on the East Coast with 444 miles of coastline stretching from Cooperstown, NY to the Chesapeake Bay.

a train on a steel track
an empty chair at a train station