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Tennessee Valley Railway Museum

610 was built by Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton in November, 1952, #75503, as United States Army 610. It is now in operation as TVRM 610.

630 was built by Alco-Richmond in February 1904, #28446, as Southern Ry 630, Class Ks-1.  It was sold to East Tennessee & Western North Carolina as 207 in 1952 and sold as Southern Ry 630, Class Ks-1, in 1968 to TVRM

722 was built by Baldwin in October 1904. #24729, as Southern 722, Class Ks-1.  It was sold to ETWNC as 208 in November 1952 and sold to TVRM as Southern Ry 722 in 1968.  It was later sold as Great Smoky Mountain RR 722.

4501 was built by Baldwin in October 1911, #37085, as Southern 4501, Class Ms-4.  It was sold as Kentucky & Tennessee RR 12 in January 1948 and restored as Southern 4501 in 1965.  It is owned by the Tennessee Valley Railway Museum.

8014, RSD1, was built by Alco in November 194, #70635, as United States Army 8014.  It was acquired as TVRM 8014.

20, RDC1, was built by Budd in October 1956, #6611, as Baltimore & Ohio 1908, Class DC-1.  It was renumbered 9920 on August 14, 1970, and sold as Maryland Department of Transportation 9920 in 1980.  It became MARC 20 in September 1989.  It was retired on January 8 1993, and sold to Kasten Rail Car Service on April 15, 1995.  It was sold as TVRM 20 in 1996.

22, RDC1, was built by Budd in October 1956, #6513, as B&O 1910, Class DC-1.  It was renumbered 9922 on August 16, 1970, and sold as MDOT 9922 in 1980.  It was rebuilt by Northern Rail Car Corp in August 1987 as MARC 22.  It was retired on January 8, 1993, and sold to Kasten Rail Service on April 15, 1995.  It was sold as TVRM 22 in 1996.

 

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