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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.

947, Class 900, was built by Baldwin in 1903, #23318.  It was simpled at Sam Bernardino in May 1923 and sold to The Purdy Co for scrap on September 3, 1953.

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.

980, Class 900, was built by Baldwin in 1904, #23910.  It was rebuilt in 1911 as 3003, Class 3000.  It was built in Topeka in June 1917 as 3016, Class 3010.  It was rebuilt in November 1948 with Baldwin builder 23424 from 951.  It was renumbered 3290, Class 3290 in July 1952 and sold for scrap to The Purdy Co on December 14, 1953.

1667, Class 1600, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #29886.  It was rebuilt at Topeka in January 1924 and sold for scrap to The Purdy Co on September 6, 1950.

1668, Class 1600, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #29982.  It was rebuilt at Topeka in December 1923 and sold for scrap to Iron & Steel Products on July 18, 1956.

1669, Class 1600, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #30012.  It was rebuilt at Topeka in February 1922 and sold for scrap to M.S. Kaplan Co. on May 18, 1954.

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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