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8029 was built by Baldwin in 1918, #48420, for Russia, but was diverted to the Southern as 8029. They sold it to the Fort Smith Subiaco & Rock Island as 101 shortly afterwards. When St Louis-San Francisco's first 1621 was destroyed in a dynamite blast in the 1920s, they traded 4-6-0 614 to them and replaced the 1621. It was sold to Eagle-Picher Corp in 1951 and is now on display at the Museum of Transportation at Kirkwood, MO.

8033 was built by Baldwin in May 1918, #48522, for Imperial State Rys but was diverted as USRA 1199.  It was sold as Southern Ry 8033 and resold as Frisco 1632 in November 1920. It was sold to EP in November 1951 and was donated in December 1965 to Smoky Hill Railroad Museum in Ottawa, KS. It is now at the Belton Grandview & Kansas City Ry in Belton, MO.


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