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Cy251-32 was built in 1925.

CO17-1000 was built in 1940.

CO17-1613 was built in 1944.

E-1187 was built by Alco-Brooks in February 1918, #58891.  It was taken as United States Railroad Administration 1077 and sold as Erie RR 2464, Class J-2.  It was later sold to Minneapolis Northfield & Southern as 505 in September 1935. 

E-1198 was built by Alco-Brooks in March 1918, #58902.  It was taken as USRA 1088 and sold as Wheeling & Lake Erie 1088 in April 1918.  It was resold as Detroit Toledo & Ironton 311 in 1920 and resold as Seaboard Air Line 544 in January 1935. It later went to the Gainesville Midland as 206 and donated to NRHS Atlanta in 1965.  It was sold in 1979 in North Carolina Transportation Museum and was restored as SAL 544.

E-1199 was built by Alco-Brooks in March 1918, #58903.  It was diverted by USRA as 1089 and sold as St Louis-San Francisco 1625 in November 1920. It was sold to Eagle Picher Co in November 1951 and donated to the Texas State Fair Association in September 1964.  It is displayed at the Age of Steam, Dallas, TX.

E-1441 was built in 1914.

Ed-2500 was built in 1916.

Es-4375 was built in 1923.

Ev702-89 was built in 1930.

FD20-2610 was built in 1940.

FD21-3000 was built in 1941.

FDp20-378 was built in 1941.

H2-293 was built in 1900.

OB-5109 was built in 1907.

OB-7024 was built in 1909.

P36-0120 was built in 1955.

V-127 was built in 1910.

A1599 was built by General Electric in September 1948, #29920.  The order was cancelled with the beginning of the Cold War and became General Electric Corp 29920.  It was purchased and rebuilt as Chicago Milwaukee St Paul & Pacific E79 on November 18, 1950.  It was retired on July 8, 1974.

A1600 was built by General Electric in October 1948, #29921. It became GE 29921. It was purchased and rebuilt as CMStP&P E21 on December 21, 1950. It was rebuilt in April 1958 as Class EP-4, and was retired on July 8, 1974.

A1601 was built by General Electric in October 1948, #29922. It became GE 29922. It was purchased by CMStP&P and rebuilt in September 1950 as E20. In 1956 it was again rebuilt as Class EF-4 and it was retired on July 8, 1974.

A1603 was built by General Electric in December 1948, #29925. It became GE 29925. It was purchase and rebuilt as CMStP&P E73 in August 1950. It was retired on July 8, 1974,

A1605 was built by General Electric in December 1948, #29927, and became GE 750. It was purchased and rebuilt as CMStP&P E70 in August 1950. It was retired on July 8, 1974.

A1908 was built by General Electric in 1947, #29930. With the cold war preventing delivery, it was carried as GE 29930 until it was sold to the Chicago South Shore & South Bend as 801.

A1609 was built by General Electric in 1947, #29931. With the cold war preventing delivery, it was carried as GE 29931 untilit was sold to the CSS&SB as 802 in May 1949.  It was donated to Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum in 1983 and loaned to Lake Shore Railway Museum in 1994.

A1610 was built by General Electric in 1947, #29932. With the cold war preventing delivery, it was carried as GE 29932 until it was sold to the CSS&SB as 803 in May 1949.  It was sent to Illinois Railway Museum in 1983.

 

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