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2009, Class 2000, was built by Baldwin in 1906, #27768.  It was scrapped at Albuquerque, NM, on November 17, 1933.

2018, Class 2000, was built by Baldwin in 1906, #27913.  It was renumbered 9018, Class 9000, in January 1946 and sold for scrap to The Purdy Co on January 2, 1951.

2019, Class 2000, was built by Baldwin in 1906, #27944.  It was renumbered 9019, Class 900, in 1945 and sold for scrap to Finkelstein Supply Co on August 21, 1950.

2033, Class 2000, was built by Baldwin in 1906, #28699.  It was leased as Harbor Belt Line 2033 and later returned as AT&SF 2033.  It was renumbered 9033, Class 9000, in 1945 and sold for scrap to The Purdy Co on October 19, 1948.

2037, Class 2000, was built by Baldwin in 1906, #28808.  It was renumbered 9037, Class 9000, in 1945 and sold for scrap to Hyman-Michaels Co on October 6, 1948.

2051, Class 2039, was built by Baldwin in 1911, #37074.  It was renumbered 9051, Class 9039, in 1945 and scrapped by W M Yaffe Co on December 18, 1950.

2052, Class 2039, was built by Baldwin in 1911, #37075.  It was renumbered 9052, Class 9039, in 1945 and scrapped by Finkelstein Supply Co on March 30, 1950.

2066, Class 2039, was built by Baldwin in 1911, #37118.  It was renumbered 9066, Class 9039, in 1945 and scrapped by Finkelstein Supply Co on March 30, 1950.

2100, Class 2100, was built by AT&SF in 1904. #AT-1760.  It was renumbered 9100, Class 9100, in 1946 and scrapped by Finkelstein Supply Co on August 21, 1950.

2107, Class 2100, was built by AT&SF in 1904, #AT-1767.  It was renumbered 9107, Class 9100, in 1946 and scrapped by Finkelstein Supply Co on September 8, 1950.

 

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