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Cabooses

 

12014.

17035.

17038.

17045.

17083, Class CE-1, was built by International Car Co in October 1966.  It became Union Pacific 24501, Class CA-13-1, in April 1980 and retired in January 20, 1988.

17145, Class CE-1, was built by International Car Co in November 1967.  It became UP 24564, Class CA-13-2, in April 1980 and retired on September 12, 1985.  It was donated to City of Quinter, KS, in April 1986 and sold to a private individual and moved to Yocemento, KS.  It was transfered to El Reno, OK.

17177, Class CE-1, was built by International Car Co  in December 1967.  It became UP 24595, Class CA-13-2, in September 1980 and retired on September 12, 1985.

17179, Class CE-1, was built by International Car Co in December 1967.  It became UP 24597, Class CA-13-2, in May 1980 and retired on September 1, 1985.

17209 was built by International Car Co in November 1971.  It became UP 24627, Class CA-13-4, in April 1980 and retired on September 12, 1985.  It was donated to Canadian County Historical Society in November 1988.

17664.

17676.

17773.

17848.

18545 was built in 1927.  It was acquired by Texas State RR and relettered as Texas & Pacific 3545. 

18554 was built in 1927 as CRI&P 18554.  It was acquired by TSR in 1973 and renumbered as 103554.

019107.

"25534" was built by International Car Co in September 1964, as Union Pacific 25534, Class CA-8.  It was retired on May 25, 1989, and donated to Hutchinson, KS, in September 1989.  It was lettered as Rock Island 25534.

 

 

 

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