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1000, Class F-1-a, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in 1909, #46203,  as Temiscouta Ry 4.  It became Intercolonial Ry 4 and Canadian Government Ry 1153. It became CN 1000, Class F-1-a, in 1920 and scrapped in September 1950.

1002, Class F-1-b, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in 1911, #49897, as Canadian Government Ry 4522. It became CN 1002, Class F-1-a, in 1920 and scrapped in November 1950.

1122, Class G-16-a, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in 1912, #50820, as Canadian Northern 1122.  It became CN 1122, Class G-16-a, in 1920 and scrapped in December 1954.

1282, Class H-6-b, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in 1907, #42656, as CaNo 221.  It was renumbered 1282 in 1912 and became CN 1282, Class H-6-b, in 1920.  It was sold as Commonwealth Rys 77 in May 1942.

1321, Class H-6-c, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in 1910, #48317, as CaNo 260.  It was renumbered 1321 in 1912 and becam CN 1321, Class H-6-c, in 1920.  It was renumbered 1530 in October 1956 and scrapped in April 1960.

1325, Class H-6-d, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in 1910, #49878, as CaNo 264,  It was renumbered 1325 in 1912. It became CN 1325, Class H-6-d, in 1920 and was renumbered 1533 in 1956. It later became New Hope & Ivyland as 1533.

1327, Class H-6-b, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in 1911, #49880, as CaNo 266.  It was renumbered 1327 in 1912. It became CN 1327, Class H-6-d, in 1920 and was renumbered 1534 in February 1958  It was scrapped in September 1961.

1333, Class H-6-d,  was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in 1911, #49886, as CaNo 272.  It was renumbered 1333in 1912.  It became CN 1333, Class H-6-d, in 1920 and was renumbered 1538 in September 1958.  It was scrapped in April 1960.

1335, Class H-6-d, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in 1911, #49888, as CaNo 274.  It was renumbered 1335 in 1912 and  became CN 1335, Class H-6-d, in 1920.  It was scrapped in May 1959.

1350, Class H-6-f, was built by Baldwin in 1911. #36968, as Duluth Winnipeg & Pacific 1350, Class H-6-f. It became CN 1350, Class H-6-f, in later dates.  It was scrapped in May 1959.
 

1354, Class H-6-g, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in March 1912, #50778, as CaNo 1354. It became CN 1354, Class H-6-g, in 1920 and was renumbered 1551 in October 1956.  It was sold to Steamtown in September 1961 and resold as Ohio Central RR 1551 in January 1986.

1376, Class H-6-g, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in April 1912, #50800, as CaNo 1376.  It became CN 1376, Class H-6-g, in 1920 and scrapped in July 1958.

1423, Class H-10-a, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in May 1910, #48032, as Grand Trunk Pacific 600, Class A1.  It became CN 1423, Class H-10-a, in 1920 and scrapped in December 1955.

1427, Class H-10-a, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in May 1910, #48306, as GTP 604, Class A1.  It became CN 1427, Class H-10-a, in 1920 and scrapped in May 1957.

1429, Class H-10-a, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in May 1910, #48038, as GTP 606, Class A1.  It became CN 1429, Class H-10-a, in 1920 and scrapped in July 1956.


1430, Class H-10-a, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in May 1910, #48039, as GTP 607, Class A1.  It became CN 1430, Class H-10-a, in 1920 and scrapped in August 1955.

1435, Class H-10-a, was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in May 1910, #48044, as GTP 612, Class A1.  It became CN 1435, Class H-10-a, in 1920 and scrapped in January 1955.

1447, Class H-10-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in October 1910, #954, as GTP 624, Class A1. It became CN 1447, Class H-10-a, in 1920 and scrapped in September 1961.

 

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