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50 was built in 1927. It was sold to Eureka Springs & North Arkansas 50 and sold to John Paul DeJoria which owns Patron Spirits Co in 1992 where it was rebuilt in rococo style as Patron Tequila Express. The Amtrak number is 800539.
1801 was built by Saint Louis Car Co in April 1926, #1403, Electro-Motive in August 1926, #155, as Mobile & Ohio 1801. It became GM&O 1801 in 1940 and sold as Washington & Old Dominion 46 in 1946.
2506 was built in January 1928 by St Louis Car, #1461, and Electro-Motive, #249, as Chicago & Alton RR M17. As Alton RR it became 6011. It removed the passenger section in 1940s. It became GM&O as 2506 in 1947 and retired in 1962.
2509 was built in January 1928 by St Louis Car, #1462, and Electro-Motive, #25048, as C&ARR M20. As Alton RR it became 6021. It became GM&O 2509 in 1947 and rebuilt in November 1949. It was retired in 1962.
2551 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1928, #1470, as M&O 1931. It became GM&O 2551 in 1940 and retired in 1962.
2552 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1928, #1470, as M&O 1932. It became GM&O 2552 in 1940 and retired in 1962.
3040 "Chicago", was built as C&A 680 "Chicago", a parlor observation car. It became Alton RR 3040 "Chicago" and then GM&O 3040 "Chicago". It was rebuilt as a parlor car with closed end. It was sold to Texas Crushed Stone as 3040 "Georgetown". It is available for sale.
5998"Abraham Lincoln", was built by American Car & Foundry for Baltimore & Ohio. It was sold to Alton and became GM&O 5998 "Abraham Lincoln".
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