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907, Class 900, was built by Baldwin in 1904, #24119, as a compound locomotive. It was simpled at Albuquerque in December 1919 and sold to Briggs & Turivas for scrap on April 15, 1952.

911, Class 900, was built by Baldwin in 1904, #24178.  It was simpled at Albuquerque in May 1917 and sold to The Purdy Co for scrap on May 20, 1953.

927, Class 900, was built by Baldwin in 1903, #23000. It was simpled at Albuquerque in May 1920 and scrapped at Cleburne on July 15, 1940.

953, Class 900, was built by Baldwin in 1904, #23455.  It was simpled at San Bernardino in November 1918 and sold to The Purdy Co for scrap on September 29, 1953.

956, Class 900, was built by Baldwin in 1904, #23515.  It was simpled at San Bernardino in August 1919 and sold to Finkelstein Supply Co for scrap on May 2, 1950.

974, Class 900, was built by Baldwin in 1904, #23798.  It was simpled at Topeka in June 1923 and scrapped at San Bernardino on December 23, 1948.

1688, Class 1674, was built by Baldwin in 1912, #38133.  It was scrapped by Midvale Iron & Supply on June 15, 1956.

1695, Class 1674, was built by Baldwin in 1913, #39433.  It was scrapped by M S Kaplan Co on July 26, 1953.

3803, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1919, #51893.  It was sold for scrap on May 9, 1952, to Joseph Behr & Sons.

3810, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1919, #51952.  It was sold for scrap on June 23, 1955, to Commercial Metals Co.

3832, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1920, #53684.  It was sold for scrap on April 4, 1952, to Luria Brothers.

3842, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1921, #54925.  It was sold for scrap on September 11, 1953, to Midvale Iron & Steel Corp.

3854, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1923, #56668.  It was sold for scrap on November 15, 1953, to Purdy Co.

3867, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1923, #56841.  It was sold for scrap on December 30, 1953, to Max Schlossberg Co.

3869, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1923, #56843.  It was sold for scrap on April 21, 1953, to Hyman-Michaels Co.

3876, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1924, #57761.  It was sold for scrap on April 7, 1952, to Max Schlossberg Co.

3879, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1924, #57764.  It was sold for scrap on August 16, 1954, to National Metal & Steel Corp.

3880, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1924, #57765.  It was sold for scrap on August 22, 1955, to The Purdy Co.

3888, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1924, #57833.  It was sold for scrap on December 26, 1953, to Hyman-Michaels Co.

3889, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1924, #57834.  It was sold for scrap on November 15, 1954, to The Purdy Co.

3890, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1924, #57835,  It was sold for scrap on September 1, 1955, to Briggs & Turivas.

3897, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1926, #59252.  It was sold for scrap in September 20, 1954, to National Metal & Steel Corp.

3903, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1926, #59290.  It was sold for scrap on August 18, 1955, to Midvale Iron & Supply Co.

3906, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1926, #39315.  It was sold for scrap on June 5, 1954, to Robinson Brothers.

3911, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1926, #59346.  It was sold for scrap on August 22, 1955, to The Purdy Co.

3920, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1927, #59781.  It was sold for scrap on February 5, 1955, to Commercial Metals, Co.

3927, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1927, #59941.  It was sold for scrap on November 28, 1955, to Commercial Metals Co.

3940, Class 3800, was built by Baldwin in 1927, #59835.  It was sold for scrap on November 15, 1954, to The Purdy Co.

 

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