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8302, Class P-5-a, was built by Alco-Schenectady in December 1923, #65329.  It was transferred as Canadian National 8302, Class P-5-a, in January 1942 and scrapped in August 1961.

 

8309, Class P-5-b, was built by Alco-Schenectady in June 1924, #65627.  It was scrapped in July 1957.

8312, Class P-5-b, was built by Alco-Schenectady in June 1924, #65630.  It was scrapped in June 1957.

8314, Class P-5-b, was built by Alco-Schenectady in June 1924, #65632. It was sold to Northwest Steel & Wire Co as 14 in September 1960 and scrapped in 1970.

8317, Class P-5-b, was built by Alco-Schenectady in July 1924, #65635.  It was retired in December 1957 and scrapped in April 1960.

8320, Class P-5-c, was built by Lima in April 1927, #7215.  It was transferred as CN 8320, Class P-5-c, in January 1942 and scrapped in December 1961.

8321, Class P-5-c, was built by Lima in April 1927, #7216.  It was scrapped in July 1957.

8327, Class P-5-c, was built by Lima in April 1927, #7222. It was sold to Northwest Steel & Wire Co as 27 in March 1960 and is now preserved as GTW 8327 at Bandana Square, St Paul, MN.

8328, Class P-5-c, was built by Lima in April 1927, #7223. It was sold to NWS&WCo as 28 in May 1960 and scrapped in 1988.

8371, Class P-5-g, was built by Baldwin in September 1929, #61002.  It was transferred as CN 8371, Class P-5-g, in June 1956 and scrapped in March 1960.

8373, Class P-5-g, was built by Baldwin in September 1929, #61004. It was sold to NWS&WCo as 73 in 1960 and is now displayed at P W Dillon Museum in Sterling, IL  This locomotive holds the title of "The Last Daily Fired Steam Locomotive in the USA".  The fire was dropped for the last time in December 1980.

8374, Class P-5-g, was built by Baldwin in September 1929, #61005. It was sold to NWS&WCo as 74 in 1960 and was stored derelict at Galt, IL.  It was purchased by Ken Marks and was moved to Geneva, NE, in March 2006.  It is getting a cosmetic restore at Aero Manufacturing Co.

8380, Class P-5-g, was built by Baldwin in October 1929, #61011. It was sold to NWS&WCo as 80 in 1961. It is now preserved at Illinois Railway Museum as GTW 8380.

8420, Class P-5-j, was built by Alco-Brooks  in 1923, #64904, as Buffalo Creek RR 26.  It was sold as GTW 8420, Class P-5-j, in 1947 and scrapped in November 1955.

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