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306 was built at Havelock in 1907 as 1471, Class G-3. It was rebuilt as 306 in March 1931.
508, Class G-5, was built by Alco-Cooke in 1919, #61388. It was retired in March 1954
510, Class G-5-A, was built by Baldwin in 1921, #53903. It was sold to French Lick Hotel in December 1957.
564, Class G-10, was built by Baldwin in 1904, #24496, as 1920, Class R-4. It was rebuilt in December 1928 as 564, Class G-10, and was retired on April 1954. It was sold for scrap.
1315, Class G-1, was built by Kansas City St Joseph & Council Bluffs in 1887 as KCStJ&CB 42. It was later renumbered 510 in 1898 and became CB&Q 1315, Class G-1, in 1904. In 1927 it was sold to the Hooppole Yorktown & Tampico as 1315 in September 1927. It was scrapped with the railroad in 1954.
1461, Class G-1, was built at Aurora in 1886 as 461, Class G-1. It was renumbered 1461 in 1898 and sold as Davenport Rock Island & North Western 22 in 1914. It was scrapped in 1927
1518, Class G-3, was built at Aurora in 1910. It was sold as DRI&NW 52 in February 1929.
1540. Class G-3, by Baldwin in 1912, #38815. It was sold as DRI&NW 53 in March 1929.
1541, Class G-3, was built by Baldwin in November 1912, #38816. It went to DRI&NW as 55 in November 1929 and was scrapped in August 1952.
1542, Class G-3, was built by Baldwin in November 1912, #38817. It was sold as Midland Electric Coal Co 1542 in October 1933.
1547, Class G-3, was built by Baldwin in November 1912, #38826. It was sold as MECCo 1547 in July 1941.
1548, Class G-3, was built by Baldwin in December 1912, ##38838. It was sold as MECCo 1548 in January 1942 and sold to Galva Iron & Metal Co. It was sold to Mack Lowery in 1961 and moved to Ohio.
1556, Class G-3, was also by Baldwin in 1913, #39560. It was sold as DRI&NW 54 in May 1929.
1687, Class G-6, was built at Havelock in 1905 as 1507. It was rebuilt in 1910 as 1687 and sold for scrap in April 1954.
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