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759, Class Mk-5. Was built by Baldwin in April 1913, #39714. It was rebuilt at Houston in 1925 and on October 5, 1931. It was sold for scrap at Commercial Metals on April 12, 1955.
771, Class Mk-5, was built by Baldwin in April 1913, #39726. It was rebuilk in 1925 and at Houston On September 24, 1930. It was donated to Victoria, TX, on September 25, 1957. It was sold to Grapevine, TX, in October 2003.
786, Class Mk-5, was built by Alco-Brooks in August 1916, #55972, as Houston & Texas Central 786, Class Mk-5. It was relettered the following month as T&NO 786, Class Mk-5. It was rebuilt at Houston on March 1, 1931, and again on November 29, 1941. It was retired and given to the City of Austin on March 24, 1956. After many years of display, it was removed from display in February 1990 and completely rebuilt by the Austin Steam Train Association. The first run was July 25, 1992. In 1999 a crack in the cylinder saddle was discovered and the locomotive is undergoing another complete rebuilding.
794, Class Mk-5, was built by Alco-Brooks in September 1916, #55930, as H&TC 794, Class Mk-5. It was relettered as T&NO 794, Class Mk-5. It was rebuilt in 1925 and donated to San Antonio on February 22, 1957.
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