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102, Class P5, was built by Baldwin in October 1912, #38443. It became Grand Trunk Western 5032, Class J-3-a, in 1923 and scrapped in December 1956.

109, Class P5, was built by Baldwin in October 1912, #38595. It became GTW 5039, Class J-3-a, in 1923 and scrapped in December 1954.

 

203, Class P4/P7, was built by GT in 1910, #1502.  It was renumbered 292 in 1911 and became Canadian National 5602, Class K-3-d, in 1923.  It was scrapped in August 1955.

204, Class P2/P4, was built by GT in 1911, #1526.  It became CN 5558, Class K-3-a, in 1923 and scrapped in April 1960.

205, Class P/P4, was built by GT in 1910, #1505, as GT 205, Class P/P4.  It was renumbered 222 in 1911 and became CNR 5560, Class K-3-a, in 1923.  It was scrapped in March 1960.

206, Class P/P7/P6, was built by GTR in 1910, #1506.  It became Grand Trunk RR 5582, Class K-3-b, in 1923 and scrapped in November 1957.

213, Class P1/P6, was built by GT in 1911, #1513.  It became CNR 5588, Class K-3-b, in 1923 and donated to City of Windsor in December 1962.

214, Class P1/P7/6, was built by GT in 1911, #1514.  It became CNR 5589, Class K-3-b, in 1923 and scrapped in March 1959.

232, Class P4, was built by GT in 1912, #1537.  It became CNR 5568, Class K-3-a, in 1923 and scrapped in February 1960.

233, Class P4, was built by Montreal in January 1913, #51912.  It became CNR 5569, Class K-3-a, in 1923 and scrapped in August 1961.

240, Class P4, was built by Montreal in January 1913, #51919.  It became CNR 5576, Class K-3-a, in 1923 and scrapped in August 1962.

296, Class P4, was built by Baldwin in July 1910, #34909.  It became Grand Trunk Western 5605, Class K-3-b, and transferred as Central Vermont 235, Class K-3-d, in April 1925.  It was transferred as CN 5605, Class K-3-b, in July 1927 and scrapped in May 1961.

443, Class M-3, was built by Alco-Schenectady in October 1918, #59366,  It became GTRR 3703, Class S-3-a, in 1923 and renumbered 4046 in 1958.  It was scrapped in November 1959.

454, Class M-3, was built by Alco-Schenectady in October 1918, #59577.  It became GTRR 3714, Class S-3-a, in 1923 and renumbered 4055 in 1958.  It was scrapped in May 1958.

474, Class M-3, was built by Alco-Schenectady in December 1918, #60319. It became Grand Trunk Western 3734, Class S-3-a, in July 1924 and was renumbered 4070 in March 1958. It is was purchased in June 1961 by National Museum of Steam Propulsion and resold to Lou Keller in April 1964.  It was acquired by Midwest Railway Historical Foundation in December 1965 and lettered as Cuyahoga Valley Ry 4070.

482, Class M-3,was built by Alco-Schenectady in December 1918, #59952.  It became GTW 3717, Class S-1-g, in 1924 and scrapped in December 1954.

517, Class M, was built by Alco-Scenectady in 1913, #52805.  It became GTW 3422, Class S-1-f, in 1924 and scrapped in February 1960.

520, Class M, was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1913, #52808.  It became GTRR 3425, Class S-1-f, in 1923 and scrapped in May 1958.

543, Class M, was built by Baldwin in 1913, #40367.  It became Canadian National 3448, Class S-1-f, in 1923 and scrapped in May 1958.

553,  Class M, was built by Montreal in 1913, #53923.  It became CN 3458, Class S-1-f, in 1923 and scrapped in March 1960.

596, Class M, was built by Montreal in 1913, #53966.  It became CN 3501, Class S-1-f, in 1923 and scrapped in September 1961.

(601) was built by Alco-Schenectady in August 1923, #64511  It was ordered as GT 601  but was built as GTW 3741, Class S-3-b.  It was scrapped in July 1957.

640, Class D5, was built by Montreal Locomotive in August 1908, #45172.  It became CN 2636, Class N-4-a, in 1923 and scrapped in April 1960.

674, Class D5, was built by Montreal Locomotive in 1906, #40591.  It became CN 2538, Class N-4-a, in 1923 and scrapped in November 1961.

675, Class D5, was built by Montreal Locomotive in 1906, #40592.  It became CN 2539, Class N-4-a, in 1923 and scrapped in October 1961.

691, Class D5, was built by Montreal Locomotive in November 1906, #40608.  It became CN 2553, Class N-4-a, in 1923 and scrapped in May 1961.

699, Class D5, was built by Montreal Locomotive in December 1906, #40616.  It became CN 2561, Class N-4-a, in 1923 and scrapped in October 1959.

711, Class D5, was built by Alco-Schenectady in April 1907, #42051.  It became GTW 2670, Class N-4-e, in 1923 and scrapped in December 1956.

717, Class D7, was built by Alco-Schenectady in April 1907, #42057.  It became GTW 2672, Class N-4-e, in 1923 and scrapped in June 1961.

785, Class D7, was built by Alco-Schenectady in November 1911, #50479.  It became GTW 2683, Class N-4-d, in 1923 and scrapped in June 1961.

787, Class D5, was built by Alco-Schenectady in November 1911, #50481.  It became GTW 2884, Class N-4-e, in 1923 and scrapped in March 1960.

1008, Class E-8, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1910, #921.  It was rebuilt as Class E-12 and became CN 910, Class E-10-a, in 1923.  It was renumbered 88 in 1951 and given to City of Morrisburg in July 1957.  It has been painted at GT 1008.

1009, Class E-12, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in February 1910, #922, as 1017, Class E-8. It was later rebuilt as 1009, Class E-12, and became CN 911, Class E-10-a, in 1923. It was renumbered 89 in 1951 and sold to Edaville in September 1961.  It was sold to the Green Mountain RR as 89 on April 1, 1965, and in June 1972 it was sold as Strasburg RR 89.

1012, Class E-8, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1910, #921.  It was later rebuilt as Class E-12 and became CN 914, Class E-10-a, in 1923.  It was renumbered 90 in 1951 and scrapped in February 1960.

1210, Class E, was built by Grand Trunk RR in 1901, #1342, as 967, Class E.  It was renumbered 879 in August 1902 and renumbered 1210 in 1910.  It became CN 745, Class E-7-a, in 1923 and scrapped in April 1954.

1313, Class E, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in November 1905, #668. as 774.  It was renumbered 1313 in 1910 and became CN 849, Class E-7-a, in 1923.  It was scrapped in August 1955.

1513 was built by Montreal in 1918, #60480, as Canadian Government Ry 513.  It was leased as GT 1513 in 1918 and became Canadian National 5285, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in August 1961.

1515 was built by Montreal in 1918. #60482, as CGRy 515.  It was leased as GT 1515 in 1918 and became CN 5287, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in February 1959.

1516 was built by Montreal in March 1919, #60483, as CGRy 516.  It was leased as GT 1516 in 1918 and became CN 5288, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was sold to Steamtown in September 1961  and donated to Tennessee Valley RR Museum  in 1999.

1518 was built by Montreal in 1919, #60485, as CGRy 518.  It was leased as GT 1518 in 1918 and became CN 5290, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in August 1961.

1519 was built by Montreal in 1919, #60486, as CGRy 519.  It was leased as GT 1519 in 1919 and became CN 5291, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in October 1961.

1520 was built by Montreal in 1919, #60487, as CGRy 520.  It was leased as GT 1520 in 1919 and became CN 5292, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in November 1961.

1521 was built by Montreal in 1919, #60488, as CGRy 521.  It was leased as GT 1521 in 1919 and became CN 5293, Class J-7-b, in 1924.  It was scrapped in June 1961

1533, Class K1, was built by GT in February 1892, #1251, as 41, Class K1.  It was renumbered 273 in 1898 and renumbered 208 in 1904.  It was renumbered 1533 in 1910 and transferred as Thousand Island Ry 44 Class X-9-a, in December 1927.  It was scrapped in 1931.

1699, Class F, was built by Baldwin in July 1908, #32852, as 109.  It was renumbered 1699, Class F, in 1910 and became GTRR 7155, Class O-9-a, in 1923.  It was scrapped in August 1939.

1708, Class F, was built by Baldwin in August 1908, #32894, as 118, Class F. It was renumbered 1708 in September 1919. In January 1923 it became CN 1708, Class O-9-a, and renumbered 7157 in April 1923.  It was renumbered 7240 in February 1952 and renumbered 7312 in January 1957.  It was purchased by L. Swearer in October 1959 and leased by Strasburg RR in October 1959 and the middle digits became its number.  It was sold as Strasburg 31 in October 1968.

1726, Class F, was built by Montreal in February 1912, #50669.  It became CN 7166, Class O-9-a, in 1923 and sold as Montreal Harbours Commissioners 202 in July 1933.  It became National Harbours Board 202 in 1936 and retired in November 1938.  It was scrapped in April 1942.

1738, Class F9, was built by Grand Trunk in 1919, #1547.  It became CN 7433, Class O-18-a, in 1923 and scrapped in August 1961.

1799, Class F13, was built by Lima in November 1920, #6018.  It became Grand Trunk Western 7474, Class O-18-b, in 1923 and scrapped in April 1960.

1808 Class F13, was built by Lima in November 1920, #6027.  It became GTW 7483, Class O-18-b, in 1923 and scrapped in July 1957.

1816, Class F13, was built by Lima in November 1920, #6035.  It became GTW 7491, Class O-18-b, in 1923 and scrapped in January 1955.

2603, Class F4, was built by GTR in December 1895. #1284, as 253.  It was renumbered 654 in 1898 and renumbered 49 in 1902.  It was renumbered 2603, Class F4, in 1910 and became GTRR 7110, Class O-8-a, in 1923.  It was scrapped in December 1932.


 

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