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Bethlehem Steel Corp.

6, 80DE7B, was built by Whitcomb in March 1947, #60738, as Steelton & Highspire RR 36.  It was renumbered 6 and transferred as BSCo 6.  It was transferred as South Buffalo Ry 114.

10, S6, was built by Alco in July 1956, #81733, as Southern Pacific 1062, Class DS-11.  It was renumbered 1229, Class AS409-3, in 1965 and sold to Bethlehem Steel Co 10.  It was sold to Foster Farms, no number, in 1986.

13, HH600, was built by Alco in October 1937, #68801, as SB 59/  It was transferred as BSCo 151 and renumbered 13 in October 1971.

0529, 65 Ton, was built by Whitcomb in 1948.

587, 35 Ton, was built by General Electric in 1952.

0024 was built in 1955.

0030, CR8XT 100 Ton, was built by Plymouth in 1963, #6345, as 71.  It was renumbered as 0030.

Bethlehem Energy Mines Corp.

No number, 25 Ton, was built by General Electric.

No number, 25 Ton, was built by General Electric.

No number, 26 Ton, was built by Plymouth.

No number, 6 Ton, was built by Brookville.

Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard

502, 50 Ton, was built by Porter in August 1942, #7396.  It became United States Navy 65-00458 and sold as Hingham Industrial Center 101.  It was sold as Virginia Central Ry 101 and renumbered 3.  It went to Roanoke Chapter National Ry Historical Society in 1984.

Bethlehem-Pacific Coast Steel Co.

15, SW1, was built by Electro-Motive in November 1939, #977, FN E281-3, as Southern Pacific 1006, Class DS-4.  It was reclassified in 1966 as Class ES406-2 and resold as B-PCS 4.  It was renumbered 15.



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