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Chicago & Alton RR

 

4-4-0s

31 was built by Swinburn in 1854.  It was retired in 1881.

47 was built by Rogers in November 1860, #969.  It was retired by 1892.

57 was built by Schenectady in June 1862, #259.  It was retired by 1913..

59 was built by Norris or Rogers in 1862.  It was retired in 1890.

74 was built by Schenectady in March 1968, #482.  It was retired by 1899.

77 was built by Schenectady in April 1968, #485.  It was retired by 1883.

88 was built by Schenectady for St Louis Jacksonville & Chicago.  It was acquired by C&A in June 1868 and retired by 1889.

205 was built by Schenectady in June 1880, #1256.  It was retired in 1904.

217, Class D-1, was built by Schenectady in July 1883, #1750.  It was retired in 1913.

220, Class D-1, was built by Schenectady in August 1883, #1753.  It was renumbered 215 in 1901 and rebuilt as 119, Class D-1a, in 1921.  It was retired in 1927.

207, Class D-2, was built by Schenectady in June 1880, #1258.  It was renumbered 118 in 1921 and sold for scrap in February 1929.

47, Class D-3. was built by C&A in 1892.  It was renumbered 105 in 1900 as 105 and scrapped in August 1933

54, Class D-3, was built by C&A in 1893.  It was renumbered 106 in 1900 and retired in 1913.

97, Class D-3, was built by C&A in 1892.  It was renumbered 108 in 1900 and scrapped in 1927.

116, Class D-3B, was built by Baldwin in December 1886, #8300, as Litchfield Carrollton & Western 91.  It became Quincy Carrolton & St Louis 91 in February 1889.  It was purchased as C&A 116, Class D-3B, in 1905 and scrapped in 1927.

117, Class D-3b, was built by Baldwin in December 1886, #8301, as LC&W 92.  It became QC&StL 92 in February 1889.  It was purchased as C&A 117, Class D-3B, in 1905 and sold for scrap in February 1929.

109, Class D-5, was built by Baldwin in March 1898, #15679, as St Louis Peoria & Northern 29.  It was acquired in 1900 as C&A 109, Class D-5, and sold for scrap in February 1929.

110, Class D-5, was built by Baldwin in March 1898, #15680, as StLP&M 30.  It was acquired in 1900 as C&A 110, Class D-5, and sold for scrap in February 1929..

111, Class D-5, was built by Baldwin in May 1898, #15898, as StLP&M 28.  It was acquired in 1900 as C&A 111, Class D-5, and scrapped in 1927.

500, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in November 1899, #3368.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and scrapped in May 1933.

501, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in November 1899, #3369.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and scrapped in August 1933.

502, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in November 1899, #3370.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and scrapped in March 1929.

503, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in November 1899, #3371.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and rebuilt as Class D-7D.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

504, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in November 1899, #3372.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and rebuilt as Class D-7D.  It was scrapped in May 1933.

505, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in November 1899, #3373.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and scrapped in August 1933.

506, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in November 1899, #3374.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and rebuilt as Class D-7D.  It was scrapped in May 1933.

507, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in December 1899, #3375.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and rebuilt as Class D-7D.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

508, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in December 1899, #3376.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and rebuilt as Class D-7D.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

509. Class D-7, was built by Brooks in December 1899, #3377.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and rebuilt as Class D-7D.  It was scrapped in March 1929.

510, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in December 1899, #3378.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and scrapped in September 1933.

511, Class D-7, was built by Brooks in December 1899, #3379.  It was rebuilt as Class D-7C and rebuilt as Class D-9D.  It was scrapped in May 1933.

151, Class D-Odd, was built by Schenectady in 1888 without information.  It was sold as Toluca Marquette & Northern 4 and leased as C&A 151, Class D-Odd, in 1910.  It was scrapped in 1927

167, Class D-Odd, was built by Schenectady in May 1879, #1128.  It was sold for scrap in February 1929.

 

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