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10 was built by Baldin in April 1913, #39696.  It was scrapped in April 1963.

11 was built by Baldwin in February 1922, #55276.  It was scrapped in July 1962.

12 was built by H K Porter in March 1919, #6368, as US Navy Fleet Supply Base, South Brooklyn 3.  It was sold as BEDT 12 in 1922 and sold to Ron Ziel in June 1963.  It was sold to Florida Rail Road Museum in March 1971.

13 was built by H K Porter in March 1919, #6369, as USNFSB 4.  It was sold as BEDT 13 in 1922 and sold to Rail Tours in October 1963.  It was then sold to Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.

14 was built by H K Porter in August 1920, #6260, as Mesta Machine Works 5.  It was sold to Birmingham Rail & Locomotive Co in January 1932 and sold as BEDT 14 on February 18, 1935.  It was sold to Railtours in 1964 as Maryland & Pennsylvania 14 and resold as Black River & Western 14 in 1965.  In 1993 it was sold to Ulster & Delaware RR Historical Society and is being restored as BEDT 14.

15 was built by H K Porter in March 1917, #5966, as Mesta 4.  It was sold as BEDT 15 and sold as South Appalachia Ry 15 in 1965.  It was sold as Toledo Lake Erie & Western 15 in 1975 and rebuilt at Strasburg RR as Thomas the Tank Engine 1 in 1998.

16 was built by H K Porter in January 1923, #6780, as Astoria Light Heat & Power Co 5.  It was sold to Fleischmann Transportation and to Birmingham Rail & Locomotive Co.  It was sold as BEDT 16 on January 13, 1939, and sold to George Foster in 1963 but never moved.  It was thought to be purchased by several groups but it ended up at Railroad Museum of Long Island in 1999.

21, S1, was built by Alco in August 1947, #75351, as Union Ry 453, Class D-59.  It was sold to George R Silcott Co in October 1962 and resold as BEDT 21 in October 1962. It became New York Cross Harbor RR 21 in August 1983.  It was scrapped in July 2006.

22, S1, was built by Alco in October 1947, #75525, as New Orleans & Lower Coast 9013.  It was renumbered 6604 in 1962 and sold to George R Silcott Co on March 28, 1963.  It was sold in 1963 as BEDT 22 and became NYCHR 22 in August 1983.  It was scrapped in July 2006.

23, S1, was built by Alco in October 1947, #75526, as NO&LC 9014.  It was renumbered 6605 in 1962 and sold to George R Silcott Co on April 4, 1963.  It was sold in 1963 as BEDT 23 and became NYCHR 23 in August 1983.  It was scrapped in January 1985.

24. S1. was built by Alco in October 1947, #75527, as NO&LC 9015.  It was renumbered 6606 in 1962 and sold to George R Silcott Co on March 28, 1963.  It was sold in May 1963 as BEDT 24 and became NYCHR 24 in August 1983.  It was scrapped in 1986.

25, S1, was built by Alco in October 1946, #74962, as Erie RR 307, Class SA-6b.  It became Erie Lackawanna 307, Class SA-6, in 1960 and sold as BEDT 25 in November 1967.  It became NYCHR 25 in August 1983.  It has been displayed as New York Central 8625.

26, S1, was built by Alco in August 1947, #75354, as Erie 313, Class SA-6b.  It became EL 313, Class SA-6, in 1960 and sold as Central Ohio Coal Co 81900.  it was sold to George R Silcott Co and resold as BEDT 26 in 1973.  It was scrapped in 1986.

7 was a Bicentennial box car.

 

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