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4 was built by Cooke in 1884, as Denver South Park & Pacific 39.  It became Union Pacific 109 and became C&S 4.

8 was built by Cooke in February 1884, #1554. It was originally DSP&P 71 and then became UP 113. In 1899 it became C&S 8. It was rebuilt in June 1901 and in 1917. It was scrapped in May 1934. The photo was taken just after the 1901 rebuilding.

9 was built by Cooke in February 1884, #1555, as DSP&P 72.  It was renumbered 114 in 1885 and became Denver Leadville & Gunnison 114 in July 1989.  It became C&S  9, Class B-3A, in January 1899.  It was painted as Deadwood Central RR 9 "Chief Crazy Horse" in 1948 and leased as Black Hills Central 9 in 1957 but only one side was painted.  It was returned by Burlington Northern in December 1986.  It was given to Colorado Historical Society and has been restored as C&S 9.

 

11 was built by Cooke in 1884. It was formerly Union Pacific 116 prior to 1898.

13 was built by Cooke in 1886. It was formerly Union Pacific 8 prior to 1898.

60 was built by Rogers in March 1886, #1595, as Utah & Northern Ry 263.  It was consolidated as Oregon Shore Line & Utah Northern 263 in August 1889 and sold as DL&G 263 in September 1890.  It was consolidated as C&S 60 in January 1899 and donated to City of Idaho Springs, CO, in 1941.

69 was built by Baldwin in 1890 as Union Pacific 272.  It became C&S 69 in 1898.

70 was built by Baldwin in 1890 as Union Pacific 273.  It became C&S 70 in 1898 and converted to oil.

71 was built by Baldwin in 1897 and was originally Union Pacific 9 until 1898.

235, Class A-3-E2, was built by Baldwin in 1910, #35260.  It was scrapped in August 1948.

236, Class A-3-E2, was built by Baldwin in 1910, #35269.  It was scrapped in August 1948.

326, Class C-3-H, was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1903, #27316.  It was scrapped in 1936.

350, Class F-3-A, was built by Baldwin in 1911 #35771.  It was scrapped in September 1950.

351, Class F-3-A, was built by Baldwin in 1911, #35772.  It was scrapped in July 1947.

352, Class F-3-A, was built by Baldwin in 1911, #35795.  It was scrapped in June 1947.

353, Class F-3-A, was built by Baldwin in 1911, #35796.  It was scrapped in June 1951.

354, Class F-3-A, was built by Baldwin in 1911, #35797.  It was scrapped in 1938.

370, Class F-3-B, was built by Baldwin in 1918, #48731, as Chicago Burlington & Quincy 2970, Class S-3.  It became C&S 370, Class F-3-B, in 1918 and was scrapped in October 1953.

371, Class F-3-B, was built by Baldwin in 1918, #49071, and was CB&Q 2973, Class S-3.  It became C&S 371, Class F-3-B, in 1918 and was scrapped in October 1953.

372, Class F-3-B, was built by Baldwin in 1918, #49261, as CB&Q 2965, Class S-3.  It became C&S 372, Class F-3-B, in 1919 and sold for scrap in November 1960.

373, Class F-3-C, was built by Baldwin in 1922, #55569.  It was scrapped in April 1955.

374, Class F-3-C, was built by Baldwin in 1922, #55570.  It was sold for scrap in October 1960.

521, Class B-4-S, was built by Alco-Rhode Island in 1903, #27303.  It was scrapped.

530, Class B-4-S, was built by Alco-Rhode Island in 1903, #27312.  It was scrapped in September 1956.

531, Class B-4-S, was built by Alco-Rhode Island in 1903, #27313.  It was scrapped

604, Class B-4-R, was built by Rhode Island in 1901, #3305, as 464.  It was renumbered 604 in 1906 and sold as Galesburg & Great Eastern 1.

608, Class B-4-R, was built by Rhode Island in 1901, #3309, as 468.  It was renumbered 608 in 1906 and sold for scrap in December 1960.

629, Class B-4-R, was built by Alco-Brooks in 1906, #40256.  It was sold for scrap in December 1960.

638, Class B-4-R, was built by Alco-Brooks in July 1906, #40265.  It was donated to City of Trinidad in December 1962.

641, Class B-4-R, was built by Alco-Brooks in July 1906, #40268.  It was donated to City of Leadville in October 1962.

644,  Class B-4-R-1 were built by Baldwin in 1907, #30996.  It was sold for scrap in December 1960.

646, Class B-4-R-1 were built by Baldwin in 1907, #31018.  It was sold for scrap in April 1959.

800, Class E-4-A, were built by Baldwin in 1911, #35894.  It was sold for scrap in April 1959.

802, Class E-4-A, were built by Baldwin in 1911, #35894.  It was sold for scrap in April 1959.

806, Class O-4, was built by Baldwin in 1919, #51614, as Chicago Burlington & Quincy 5507, Class O-4.  It was transferred as C&S 806, Class O-4, and sold for scrap in December 1960.

807, Class O-4, was built by Baldwin in 1919, #51615, as CB&Q 5508, Class O-4.  It was transferred as C&S 807, Class O-4, and sold for scrap in December 1960.

900, Class E-5-A, was built by Baldwin in 1915, #42082.  It was sold for scrap in September 1956.

901, Class E-5-A, was built by Baldwin in 1915, #42083.  It was scrapped in September 1956.

903, Class E-5-A, was built by Baldwin in 1915, #42085.  It was sold for scrap in April 1959.

909, Class E-5-B, was built by Baldwin in 1919, #52005.  It was sold for scrap in December 1960.

910, Class E-5-C, was built by Baldwin in 1922, #55574.  It was sold for scrap in April 1954.

914, Class E-5-C, was built by Baldwin in 1922, #55625.  It was sold for scrap in December 1960.

 

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