|The Pennsylvania Railroad kept records of passenger train movements via Form CT220. These were the varnish equivalent of a freight train's "wheel report". Recorded at a given point along the train's route, the CT220 reports the train's motive power and each car on the train, by car number or name.|
|Contained herein are scans of actual CT220 reports, transcribed CT220 reports, and a limited number of published consists, presuming they originally came from a CT220. Sources as indicated.|
|The originals are on very thin "onion skin" type paper and can be hard to read.|
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