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Escanaba & Lake Superior
14 was built by Baldwin in 1917, #45083. It was sold to Arcade & Attica RR as 14 in 1963.
18 was built by Alco in July 1913,#53790, as Chicago Peoria & St Louis 70. It was sold to Briggs & Turivas, who sold it to Ahnapee & Western on January 18, 1927. It entered service on January 8, 1927, as 74, Class R-1, and was renumbered 303, Class C-31, on January 20, 1937. On October 4, 1937, it was sold to Harry P Bourke Co as 6. It later became E&LS 18. It was scrapped at Chicago in January 1953.
11, 80 Ton, was built by Whitcomb.
101, DS4-4-660, was built by Baldwin in November 1947, #73367. It is out of service.
202, DS4-4-1000, was built by Baldwin in August 1948, #73957, as Calumet & Hecla, Inc 202. It was sold as E&LS 202 in 1971 and retired in August 2007.
209, RS12, was built by Baldwin in May 1952, #75477, as Seaboard Air Line RR 1468. It became Seaboard Coast Line 209 in July 1967 and sold as Oregon California & Eastern 7909 in 1979. It was sold as E&LS 209 in 1984. It is out of service.
213, RS12, was built by Baldwin in January 1953, #75765, as SAL 1472. It became SCL 213 in July 1967 and sold as Michigan Northern 213 in 1976. It was sold as E&LS 213 in 1980. It is out of service.
214, RS12, was built by Baldwin in January 1953, #75766, as SAL 1473. It became SCL 214 in July 1967 and sold to Birmingham Rail & Locomotive Co. It was sold as Neosha Construction Co 6494 and sold as E&LS 210 in 1983. It was renumbered 214 in 1984.
300, RS12, was built by Baldwin in January 1953, #75767, as SAL 1474. It became SCL 215 in July 1967 and sold as MIGN 215 in 1976. It was sold as E&LS 215 in 1980 and rebuilt in 1982 as 300.
1st 400, GP38, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1969, #35438, FN 7191-135, as Penn Central 7809, Class EF-20. It became Consolidated Railroad Corp 7809, Class GP-38, in April 1976 and sold as E&LS 400 in 1985. It was renumbered 2nd 401 in 1986 and retired in 1991.
2nd 400, GP38, was built by Electro-Motive in May 1970, #36459, FN 7265-19, as PC 7843, Class EF-20. It became Conrail 7843, Class GP-38, in April 1976 and sold as E&LS 401 in 1985. It was renumbered 2nd 400 in 1986.
402, GP38, was built by Electro-Motive in September 1969, #35401, FN 7191-98, as PC 7772, Class EF-20. It became Conrail 7772, Class GP-38, in April 1976 and sold as E&LS 402 in 1985.
600, FP7A, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1951, #10361, FN 3073-A1, as Chicago Milwaukee St Paul & Pacific 96-A, Class 15E-P. It was sold as Wisconsin & Calumet RR 96-A "Richard C Hill" and sold as Wisconsin & Southern RR 71A. It was sold as EL&S 600.
901, F7A, was built by Electro-Motive in July 1949, #8358, FN E1157-A14, as Denver & Rio Grande Western 564D, Class DE4(B-B)226. It was renumbered as 5644, Class DE4(B-B)226, in 1950 and rebuilt by Electro-Motive in 1957. It was reclassified Class B-B 60 in 1962 and retired on August 27, 1969. It was sold as American Crystal Sugar Co 64 in January 1970 and sold to Glen Monhart in 1980. It was painted as Chicago Madison & Northern 564 and became Wisconsin & Calumet RR 901 in 1985. It was sold to Mineral Range Inc as MRAX 901 in 1992. It was sent to the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay and later sold as EL&S 901.
1220, SD9, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1955, #19989, FN 5389-1, as Reserve Mining Co 1220. It was sold as E&LS 1220 in 1992 and stored for parts.
1221, SD9, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1955, #19990, FN 5389-2, as RMCo 1221. It was sold as EL&S 1221 in 1992.
1222, SD9, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1955, #19991, FN 5389-3, as RMCo 1222. It was sold as E&LS 1222 in 1992.
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