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3 was built by Lima on July 18, 1912, #2563, as West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co 7. It became Greenbriar Cheat & Elk RR 7 in 1913 and sold as Deep Run RR 7 in 1915. It was sold as WMRR 3 in March 1929 and sold as Green Smokeless Coal Co 1 in November 1932. It was sold as Glady-Sewell Coal Co 1 in June 1941 and sold as Premier Coal Co 1 on October 10, 1945. It was sold to David W Corbitt in the 1970s and planned to be sent to Cass. It was wrecked enroute and scrapped at West End, WV.
5 was built by Lima in April 26, 1910, #2248, as Chesapeake & Ohio 11. It was retired in December 1923 and sold as Greenbrier Cheat & Elk RR 14 in February 1924. It became West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co 14 in October 1928 and sold as WM 5 in June 1932, It was retired in September 1950 and scrapped in October 1954.
6 was built by Lima in May 1945, #3354. It was donated to Baltimore & Ohio RR Museum in August 1953 and transferred to Cass Scenic RR in April 1980.
158, Class K-1, was built by Baldwin in 1911.
206, Class K-2, was built by Baldwin in 1912.
"734" was built by Baldwin in April 1916, #43105, as Lake Superior & Ishpeming 18. It was renumbered 34, Class SC-1, in August 1923. It was sold to Marquette & Huron Mountain RR as 34, Class SC-1, in July 1963 and sold to Illinois Railway Museum in 1971. It was sold to Western Maryland Scenic RR in 1991 and restored as WM 734 in 1992.
775, Class H-8, was built by Alco in 1914.
1009, Class B-3, was built by Baldwin in 1914.
1011, Class B-3, was built by Baldwin in 1914.
1124, Class I-2, was built by Baldwin in April 1927, #60039.
1129, Class I-2. was built by Baldwin in June 1927, #60057.
1130, Class I-2, was built by Baldwin in June 1927, #60058.
1203, Class M-2, was built by Baldwin in 1941, #62455,
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