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154HH was a ballast regulator.
MW566, SW1, was built in November 1939, #976, FN E281-2, as 1005, Class DS-4. It was reclassified in 1966 as Class ES406-2 and renumbered as MW566 on October 26, 1967. It was sold to Precision National Corp in July 1976.
MW570, GM20, was built by Davenport in 1941, #2359, as United States Army 7706. It was sold to SP as MW570 and sold to Schnitzer Steel Products. It was sold to Samuels Steel in about 1978 and became Kellogg Terminal 50. It was swapped to Pacific Northwest Chapter, National Railway Historical Society in 2003 for a caboose, but it was apparently not used. Samuels wanted to return the engine but it was refused. It is now languising.
MW5850, 120 ton steam crane, was built by American Hoist & Derrick in 1923. It was donated in 1979 as Texas State RR 11543.
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