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Nova Scotia Short Lines and Industrial Railroads

 

Cape Breton & Central Nova Scotia Ry.

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Cumberland Ry & Coal Co.

541 was built by Lima in June 1937, #7736, as Chicago & Illinois Midland 541, Class D-2.. It was retired in December 1955, and it was sold to CRy&CCo in Canada as 541 in February 1956. It was scrapped in 1962.

545, Class D-3, was built by Baldwin in May 1929, #60832, as Manufacturers Ry of St. Louis 101. It was sold as C&IM 545, Class D-3, in 1944. It was retired in February 1955 and sold to CR&C as 545. It was scrapped in 1962.


Devco Railway

201, RS23, was built by Montreal in August 1960, #83290, as Sydney & Louisburg 201.  It became Devco 201 in September 1967 and sold as Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co 109 in April 1984.  It was taken over as Tembec Co 109 in 1997 and sold as Ontario Southland Ry 507 in 2008.

203, RS1, was built by Alco in September 1944, #71434, as Minneapolis & St Louis 744.  It was renumbered 201 in March 1956 and sold as S&R 203 in 1960 and became Devco 203 in September 1967.

204, RS1, was built by Alco in June 1947, #75390, as M&StL 547.  It was renumbered 219 in March 1956 and sold as S&L 204 in 1960.  It became Devco 204 in Septembeer 1967 and sold as Black River & Western 204 in 1980.

205, RS1, was built by Alco in April 1945, #73334, as M&StL 645.  It was renumbered 205 in March 1956 and sold as S&L 205 in 1960.  It became Devco 205 in September 1967.

208, RS1, was built by Alco in August 1946, #75117, as M&StL 946.  It was renumbered 217 in March 1956 and sold as S&L 208 in 1960.  It became Devco 208 in September 1967 and sold as Salem & Hillsborough 8208.

220, GP38-2, was built by General Motors in April 1981, #A4063, FN C432-1.  It was sold as Louisville & Inidana RR 220 in 1996.

221, GP38-2, was built by General Motors in April 1981, #A4064, FN C432-2.  It was sold as L&IRR 221 in 1996.

227, GP38-2, was built by General Motors in June 1982, #A4281, FN C440-4.  It was sold to Connell Leasing Co as 227 and sold as Central Michigan RR 2014 in 2000.


Dominion Atlantic Railway

9058, RDC1, was built by Budd in July 1956, #6317.   It was involved in a head on collision with a Burro crane in 1965 and rebuilt as Canadian Pacific 9058 in October 1966.  It was sold as Via Rail 9058 in September 1974 and rebuilt at Pointe St Charles in May 1980 as 6133.  It was retired and sold to Industrial Rail Services and sold to Rapido Trains on January 23, 2016.

There is a site with excellent information.  http://dardpi.ca/


Maritime Ry.

5 was built by Pittsburgh in January 1896, #1592, as Pittsburgh & Lake Erie 82.  It was renumbered 9153, Class F-102, in 1907 and sold to Atlantic Equipment Co  It was sold as E F & GE Fauquier 4.  It was sold to Maritime Coal Ry & Power Co as Maritime Ry 5 in May 1920.  It was donated to Canadian Railway Historical Society in November 1961.


Old Sydney Collieries

33 was built by Lima in October 1926, #7188, as Kentucky & Indiana Terminal 27. It was sold as Chicago & Illinois Midland 547, Class D-4.. in 1949.. It was retired in December 1955 and sold to Old Sydney Collieries as 33 in February 1956. It was scrapped in 1962.


Sydney & Louisburg Railway

82 was built by Montreal in August 1928, #67623.  It was scrapped in 1961.

83 was built by Lima in 1912, as Akron Canton & Youngstown 1, Class C-1.  It was sold to S&L as 83 in 1929.

87 was built by Baldwin in May 1929, #60833, as Manufacturers Ry of St. Louis 102. It was sold as Chicago & Illinois Midland  546, Class D-3, in 1944. It was retired in February 1955 and sold to S&L as 87. It was scrapped in 1962.

201, RS23, was built by Montreal in August 1960, #83290.  It became Devco Ry 201 in September 1967 and sold as Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co 109 in April 1984.  It was taken over as Tembec Co 109 in 1997 and sold as Ontario Southland Ry 507 in 2008.

203, RS1, was built by Alco in September 1944, #71434, as Minneapolis & St Louis 744.  It was renumbered 201 in March 1956 and sold as S&L 203 in 1960 and became  Devco 203 in September 1967.

204, RS1, was built by Alco in June 1947, #75390, as M&StL 547.  It was renumbered 219 in March 1956 and sold as S&L 204 in 1960.  It became Devco 204 in Septembeer 1967 and sold as Black River & Western 204 in 1980.

205, RS1, was built by Alco in April 1945, #73334, as M&StL 645.  It was renumbered 205 in March 1956 and sold as S&L 205 in 1960.  It became Devco 205 in September 1967.

206, RS1, was built by Alco in February 1944, #71371, as M&StL 244.  It was renumbered 244 in March 1956 and sold as S&L 206 in 1960.  It was sold as Cargill Inc 206.

207, RS1, was built by Alco in October 1944, #71436, as M&StL 944.  It was renumbered 202 in March 1956 and sold as S&L 207 in 1960.  It was sold as Cargill 207.

208, RS1, was built by Alco in August 1946, #75117, as M&StL 946.  It was renumbered 217 in March 1956 and sold as S&L 208 in 1960.  It became Devco 208 in September 1967 and sold as Salem & Hillsborough 8208.


Windsor & Hantsport Ry

6786, FPA4, was built by Montreal in April 1959, #83164, as Canadian National 6786, Class MPA-18B.  It became Via Rail Canada 6786, Class MPA-18B, in March 1978 and sold as W&H 6786.  It was acquired by Danbury Railway Museum and painted as Penn Central 1390.  It was later repainted as New York Central 1390.

 

Information from Steve Meredith.

 

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