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Gulf Mobile & Northern
3 was built by Brill in 1925, #22197as New Orleans Great Northern 3. It became GM&N 3 in 1933 and sold to Ferrocarilles Consolidados de Cuba.
10 was built by Alco-Brooks in February 1909, #44949, as NOGN 13. It became GM&N 10 in 1933 and Gulf Mobile & Ohio 10 in 1940. It was sold to Charles Black Gravel Co and kept the same number.
177 was built by Baldwin in January 1904, #23658. It was rebuilt and sold as Louisiana & Arkansas 177, Class 177, in 1923. It was sold for scrap to M Boychok in August 1950.
261 was built by Baldwin October 1926, #59610, It became GM&O 261 in September 1940 and scrapped in 1940.
353 was built by American Car & Foundry in 1034. #1383. It became GM&O 353 in September 1940 and scrapped in 1962.
401 was built by Alco-Richmond in June 1927, #67317, as NOGN 201. It became GM&N 401 in 1934 and became GM&O 501 in September 1940. It was sold as Georgia & Florida 602 in 1947.
402 was built by Alco-Richmond in June 1927, #67318, as NOGN 202. It became GM&N 402 in 1934 and became GM&O 502 in September 1940. It was sold as G&F 603 in 1947.
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