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704, Class S, was built by Alco-Schenectady in September 1934, #68650. It was sold for scrap to Luntz Iron & Steel on May 13, 1957.
711, Class S, was built by Alco-Schenectady in October 1934, #68657. It was sold for scrap to M S Kaplan Co on November 6, 1961.
715, Class S-1, was built by Lima in June 1942, #7860. It was sold for scrap to Luria Brothers on April 17, 1961.
719, Class S-1, was built by Lima in June 1942, #7864. It was sold for scrap to Luntz Iron & Steel in January 1964.
731, Class S-1, was built by Lima in March 1943, #8004. It was sold for scrap to Luntz Iron & Steel on February 14, 1962.
754, Class S-2, was built by Lima in March 1944, #8428. It was scrapped in October 1960.
759, Class S-2, was built by Lima in August 1944, #8667. It was sold to Nelson Blount on October 16, 1962. and leased to High Iron Co in August 1968. It was returned to Steamtown in August 1972 after several flues were cracked.
765, Class S-2, was built by Lima in September 1944, #8673. It was donated to City of Fort Wayne, IN, and renumbered as767. It was leased as Fort Wayne RR Historical Society and returned as 765. It was restored for service after 1975 to 1979.
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