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249 was built by Porter. It later was sold to Southern Iron & Equipment and then to Atlantic Steel Co. It was acquired by Horace G Poss & Co for display.

410, NW2, was built by Electro-Motive on January 31, 1947, #4589, as Texas & Pacific 1003.  It was sold as P-S 410 and scrapped in August 1996.

1792 was built by Davenport in 1928 and is now at the Illinois Railway Museum.

"Henry Stanley" was built by Pullman.  It was a leaser car and rebuilt as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 20, business car.  It was sold to an individual and lettered as SLSF 200 "Louis W Grant".

"Imperial Drive", sleeper, was built by Pullman-Standard in 1942, #6668.  It was painted as Union Pacific and sold to Chicago & North Western on December 31, 1945.  It was repainted as C&NW on April 23, 1953.  It was sold as Auto-Liner Co 100 on August 1, 1970, and sold as Great Western Tours 49.

"Imperial Estate" was built by Pullman-Standard in July 1939.  It was sold as New York Central "Imperial Estate" in 1948 and renamed "Imperial Manor".  It was sold as Illinois Central "Hazelhurst" in 1962  and sold to John Brigham and used for charter service in 1968.  It was sold to Midwest Travel Services and resold in 1980 to Rail Passenger Services of Tucson AZ.  It went to Arizona Railroad Museum and painted as silver and lettered as "Imperial Manor".

"North Gate" was built by Pullman.  It was rebuilt as Chicago Burlington & Quincy 673 and transferred as Fort Worth & Denver 640.  It was modernized as CB&Q 94 "Gen John A Hulen.

 

 

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