|Comments: This was the first series of new standard
gauge PAYE cars, and was ordered around the same time as narrow gauge PAYE's
466-485. The new series followed directly on the heels of No's 1001-1016,
but were 7 feet longer, and much heavier, than their non-PAYE predecessors.
PRL&P liked these new suburban cars well enough to add another car
in 1910 by remodeling one of the earlier series, No. 1010, into a PAYE
type. Like 1001-1015, the new PAYE's were equipped with multiple
unit controls, and were designed to operate in two car trains. They
were used on the Mt. Scott and Sellwood Lines.
Retirement: 1940 (during April and May)
Received train gates in 1915.
The body of No. 1019 was damaged by fire June, 1909, but returned to
service Dec. 26th of that same year.
Shown with 4 GE-70 motors in 1922 field check, except perhaps for No.
All rebuilt to one-man operation in 1927.
During 1927 rebuild cars 1016, 1019 & 1020 received 14 cross-type