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3201, Class Mk-2, was built by Baldwin in April 1911, #36283.  It was converted to oil in February 1912 and increased to 200# BP at Ogden on February 24, 1918.  It was superheated at Ogden on October 28, 1918, and larger cylinders on February 24, 1942.  It was retired on October 21, 1952, and scrapped at Los Angeles on February 9, 1953.

3221, Class Mk-4, was built by Baldwin in June 1913, #40091.  It was increased to 200# BP on December 27, 1917, at Sacramento and rebuilt at Ogden on March 31, 1927, with superheater and 210# BP.  The larger cylinders were installed on September 17, 1937, and leased as Sud Pacifico de Mexico 856 on October 29, 1937.  It was returned on March 27, 1941, and retired on December 23, 1953.  It was scrapped at Bayshore on February 5, 1954.

3247, Class Mk-5, was built by Baldwin in May 1913, #39809.  It was increased to 200# BP on December 14, 1929, at Ogden and rebuilt with a heavier frame at Sacramento on June 24, 1937.  It was retired on October 3, 1951 at Bakersfield and sold for scrap to Eastern Iron & Metal on October 23, 1951.

3260, Class Mk-6, was built by Lima in November 1914, #1479.  It was increased to 210# BP on May 17, 1929, atOgden and rebuilt with a heavier frame at Sacramento on March 12, 1940.  It was retired on October 21, 1953, and scrapped at Los Angeles on November 27, 1953.

3295, Class Mk-10, was built by Alco-Brooks in February 1923, #64144, as Minarets & Western 102.  It was sold to SP on January 2, 1935, and rebuilt as SP 3295, Class Mk-10, on April 11, 1935.  It was retired at Sacramento on January 20, 1953, and scrapped at Los Angeles on May 28, 1953.

3297, Class Mk-11, was built by Alco-Brooks in May 1914, #54734, as Chicago & Illinois Midland 21.  It was renumbered 521, Class E-1, in 1927 and sold to Georgia Car & Locomotive Co in November 1940.  It was sold in December 1940 as Newaukum Valley RR 521 and sold to William Shenker in January 1943.  It was sold to SP and set up as 3297, Class Mk-11, on January 16, 1943.  It was retired on September 8, 1953, and scrapped at Brooklyn on November 20, 1953.

3298, Class Mk-11, was built by Alco-Brooks in May 1914, #54735, as C&IM 22.  It was renumbered 522, Class E-1, in 1927 and sold to Georgia Car & Locomotive Co in November 1940,  It was sold in December 1940 as NVRR 522 and sold to William Shenker in January 1943.  It was sold to SP and set up as 3298, Class Mk-11, on April 1, 1943.  It was retired on September 2, 1954, at Brooklyn and sold for scrap to Oregon Steel Mills on October 11, 1954. 

3301, Class Mk-7, was built by Alco-Schenectady in August 1913, #54259, as El Paso & Southwestern 364, Class H1s-59.  It became SP 3301, Class Mk-7, in 1924 and it was rebuilt to oil burner on August 29, 1936.  New cylinders were changed on February 6, 1941, and boiler pressure was increased at Bakersfield on September 14, 1949.  It was retired at West Oakland on October 28, 1952, and scrapped at Bayshore on December 8, 1952.

3314, Class Mk-8, was built by Alco-Schenectady in April 1918, #58439, as EP&SW 377, Class H2s-59.  It became SP 3314, Class Mk-8, in 1924 and it was rebuilt to oil burner on March 27, 1930.  The boiler pressure was increased on June 4, 1940, and retired on July 26, 1951.  It was scrapped at Sacramento on August 27, 1951.

3317, Class Mk-9, was built by Alco-Schenectady in April 1920, #61715, as EP&SW 380, Class H2as-61.  It became SP 3317, Class Mk-9, in 1924 and rebuilt to oil burner on January 23, 1930.  The boiler pressure was increased on February 7, 1940, in Tuscson retired on January 22, 1953.  It was scrapped at Los Angeles on September 2, 1953.

 

 

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