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5081, Class J--a, was built by Montreal in 1914, #54765, as Canadian Government Ry 454.  It became CN 5081, Class J-4-a, in 1920 and scrapped in November 1958.

5085, Class J-4-b, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1916, #1340, as CGRy 463.  It became CN 5085, Class J-4-b, in 1920 and scrapped in October 1958.

5094, Class J-4-c, was built by Montreal in 1918, #58331, as CGRy 472.  It became CN 5094, Class J-4-b, in 1920 and scrapped in April 1960.

5097, Class J-4-c, was built by Montreal in 1918, #58334, as CGRy 475.  It became CN 5097, Class J-4-c, in 1920  and scrapped in September 1961.

5107, Class J-4-d, was built by Montreal in May 1919, #61473.  It was sent for display in October 1963 at Kapuskasing, ON

5114, Class J-4-d, was built by Montreal in August 1919, #61480.  It was sold to City of Melville, SK, in September 1969.

5115, Class J-4-d, was built by Montreal in August 1919, #61481.  It was scrapped in March 1960.

5140, Class J-4-e, was built by Montreal in June 1920, #61875.  It was scrapped in June 1961.

5148, Class J-4-f, was built by Montreal in July 1920, #62001.  It was scrapped in August 1959.
 

5152, Class J-4-f, was built by Montreal in July 1920, #62005.  It was scrapped in September 1961.

5257, Class J-7-a, was built by Montreal in 1918, #59469, as CGRy 485.  It became CN 5257, Class J-7-a, in 1920 and scrapped in March 1959.

5263, Class J-7-a, was built by Montreal in 1918, #59475, as CGRy 491.  It became CN 5263, Class J-7-a, in 1920 and scrapped in September 1961.
 

5264, Class J-7-a, was built by Montreal in 1918, #59476, as CGRy 492.  It became CN 5264, Class J-7-a, in 1920 and scrapped in August 1961.

5265, Class J-7-a, was built by Montreal in 1918, #59377, as CGRy 493.  It became CN 5265, Class J-7-a, in 1920 and scrapped in February 1959.

5267, Class J-7-a, was built by Montreal in 1918 as CGRy.

5285. Class J-7-b, was built by Montreal in 1918, #60480, as CGRy 513.  It was leased as Grand Trunk 1513 in 1918 and became CN 5285, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in August 1961.

5287. Class J-7-b, was built by Montreal in 1918, #60482, as CGRy 515.  It was leased as Grand Trunk 1515 in 1918 and became CN 5287, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in February 1959.

5288, Class J-7-b, was built by Montreal in March 1919, #60483, as CGRy 516.  It was leased as Grand Trunk 1516 in 1918 and became CN 5288, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was sold to Steamtown in September 1961  and donated to Tennessee Valley RR Museum  in 1999.

5290. Class J-7-b, was built by Montreal in 1919, #60485, as CGRy 518.  It was leased as Grand Trunk 1518 in 1918 and became CN 5290, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in August 1961.

5291, Class J-7-b, was built by Montreal in 1919, #60486, as CGRy 519.  It was leased as Grand Trunk 1519 in 1919 and became CN 5291, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in October 1961.

5292. Class J-7-b, was built by Montreal in 1919, #60487, as CGRy 520.  It was leased as Grand Trunk 1520 in 1919 and became CN 5292, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in November 1961.

5293. Class J-7-b, was built by Montreal in 1919 as CGRy 521.  It was leased as Grand Trunk 1521 in 1918 and became CN 5293, Class J-7-b, in 1924.

5299, Class J-7-c, was built by Montreal in 1920.

5302, Class J-7-c, was built by Montreal in 1920.

5303, Class J-7-c, was built by Montreal in 1920.

5504, Class K-1-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1905.

5529, Class K-1-d,  was built by Montreal in 1906, #38914, as Intercolonial RR of Canada 346.  It became CGRy 425 in 1913 and CNR 5529, Class K-1-d, in 1919.  It was given to National Museum of Transportation in November 1958.

5549, Class K-2-b, was built by Montreal in 1914.


5558, Class K-3-a, was built by GT in 1912.

5560, Class K-3-a, was built by GT in 1912.

5568, Class K-3-a, was built by GT in 1912.

5569, Class K-3-a, was built by GT in 1912.

5576, Class K-3-a, was built by Montreal in 1913.

5588, Class K-3-b, was built by GT in 1910.

5589, Class K-3-b, was built by GT in 1910.

5602, Class K-3-d, was built by GT in 1910, #1502, as GT 203, Class P4/7.  It was renumbered 292 in 1911 and became CNR 5602, Class K-3-d, in 1923.  It was scrapped in August 1955.

5605, Class K-3-b, was built by Baldwin in July 1910, #34909, as GT 296, Class P4.  It became Grand Trunk Western 5605, Class K-3-b, and transferred as Central Vermont 235, Class K-3-d, in April 1925.  It was transferred as Canadian National 5605, Class K-3-b, in July 1927 and scrapped in May 1961.

5615. Class K-3-g, was built by Montreal in November 1911, #50319, as Grand Trunk Pacific 1103, Class B1.  It became CN 5615, Class K-3-g, in 1920 and scrapped in November 1961.

5616, Class K-3-g, was built by Montreal in November 1911, #50320, as GTP 1104, Class B1.  It became CN 5616, Class K-3-g, in 1920 and scrapped in February 1960.

5617, Class K-3-g, was built by Montreal in November 1911, #50321, as GTP 1105, Class B1.  It became CN 5617, Class K-3-g, in 1920 and scrapped in October 1959.

5619, Class K-3-g, was built by Montreal in November 1911, #50323, as GTP 1107, Class B1.  It became CN 5619, Class K-3-g, in 1920 and scrapped in November 1959.


              
 

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