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Steam Locomotives

103, Class 100, was built by Baldwin in February 1918, #47849, for Imperial Russian State Rys.  It was diverted as United Stated Railway Administration 1129 and leased as Erie RR 1129.  It was sold as Louisiana Ry & Navigation Co 103 and became L&A 103 in 1933.  It was scrapped at Shreveport in July 1947.

177, Class 177, was built by Baldwin in January 1904, #23658, as Gulf Mobile & Northern 177.  It was rebuilt and sold as L&A 177, Class 177, in 1923.  It was sold for scrap to M Boychok in August 1950.

202, Class 200, was built by Baldwin in December 1905, #26950.  It was scrapped at Minden in September 1934.

233, Class 231, was built by Baldwin in December 1905, #27110, as Missouri-Kansas-Texas 330.  It was renumbered 233 and became Louisiana Ry & Navigation of Texas 233 in April 1923.  It became Louisiana Arkansas & Texas 233 and L&A 233.  It was scrapped at Minden in August 1934..

251, Class 251, was built by Alco-Richmond in August 1924, #65768, as Florida East Coast 251.  It was sold as L&A 251 in 1936.

253, Class 251, was built by Alco-Richmond in August 1924, #65770. as FEC 253,  It was sold to L&A as 253 in 1936.  It was retired in 1954 and displayed at Texarkana in April 1956,  It was shown for several years before it was stored. It returned to Florida for restoration as FEC 253.

297, Class 297, was built by Baldwin in February 1915, #41919, as Louisiana Ry. & Navigation Co. 97.  It became L&A 97 and renumbered 297.  It was wrecked at Avinger, TX, and scrapped at Minden in January 1948.

301, Class 300, was built by Baldwin in February 1911, #36051.  It was wrecked near Winnfield, LA, by strikers November 1936.

392, Class 392,was built by Baldwin in July 1913, #40311, as LR&N 92,  It became L&A 392 in August 1932 and sold to Secretaria de Communicaciones y Obras Publicas in September 1950.

394, Class 392, was built by Baldwin in July 1913, #40313, as LR&N 94.  It became L&A 394 in September 1932 and sold for scrap to M Boychok in September 1950.

396, Class 392, was built by Baldwin in March 1915, #41918, as LR&N 96.  It became L&A 396 in December 1938 and sold to SCOP in September 1950/

428, Class 425, was built by Baldwin in January 1901, #18648, as Colorado Midland 205, Class 159.  It was rebuilt in 1908.  It was sold to W A Zelnicker Supply Co in 1919 and sold as L&A 428 in March 1920.  It was scrapped at Minden in May 1934.

500, Class 500, was built by Baldwin in September 1916, #43998.  It was sold to scrap by M Boychok in June 1948

502, Class 502, was built by Baldwin in April 1920, #53105.  It was sold to Texas & Northern in April 1949.

544, Class 544, was built by Alco-Schenectady in September 1928, #67665, as Denkmann Lumber Co 204.  It was sold as Natchez Columbia & Mobile RR 204 and became L&A 544.  It was scrapped at Pittsburg in February 1953.

 

560, Class 559, was built by Alco-Richmond in March 1913, #52958, as Kansas City Southern 560, Class E-4.  It was transferred as L&A 560 in May 1940 and scrapped at Pittsburg in March 1952.

 

563, Class 561, was built by Lima in March 1936, #7632. It was sold to Louisiana Eastern as 12  in January 1952, and it was scrapped in 1962.

564, Class 561, was built by Lima in August 1936, #7644.  It was scrapped at Pittsburg on October 31, 1953.

 

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