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9 was built by Baldwin in February 1905, #25059. It was transferred as San Benito & Rio Grande Valley 2. It was renumbered 952.
22 was built by Baldwin in April 1904, #24148. It was sold as Trinity & Brazos Valley 53.
23 was built by Baldwin in April 1904, #24163. It was sold as T&BV 54.
24 was built by Baldwin in May 1904, #24189. It was sold as T&BV 55.
25 was built by Baldwin in May 1904, #24195. It was sold as T&BV 56.
1114, Class MK-63, was built by Alco-Brooks in 1926. It was later transferred to International-Great Northern as 1114, Class MK-63.
9187, SW9, was built by Electro-Motive in April 1951, #14325. It became Missouri Pacific 9187 in 1956 and was renumbered 1249 in 1962. It went to Grest Southwest RR as 1249 on July 30, 1984, and repainted and renumbered 103 in 1985. It was sold to Wilson in June 1988 and resold to Cargill at Split Rock, MN. It now has silver trucks from a UP SW10, but remains in GSW paint and lettering.
9191, SW9, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1951, #14329. It became MP 9191 in 1956 and was renumbered 1253 in 1962. It was renumbered 1217 in November 1974 and rebuilt as slug 1420 in November 1981. It became Union Pacific S29 on September 30, 1988 and renumbered Y923 on October 11, 2001.
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