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Fort Worth & Denver Ry.

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114 was built by Cooke Locomotive in February 1888, #1861, as Denver Texas & Fort Worth 9.  It became Fort Worth & Denver City 114 in 1890 and sold as Dardanelle & Russellville 8 in September 1907.  It was sold to Twentieth Century Fox for movies in 1944 and sold as Shortline Enterprises 8 in February 1971.  It was operated as Virginia & Truckee RR 28 in 1975 and later stored as Nevada State Railroad Museum 8.

206, Class B-4-0, was built by Rhode Island in 1903.  It was sold for scrap in November 1953.

207, Class B-4-0, was built by Rhode Island in 1903.  It was sold for scrap in November 1953.

314, Class B-4-R-1, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1908.  It was sold for scrap in March 1960.

402, Class E-4-A-1, was built by Baldwin in 1915.  It was sold for scrap in March 1960.

407, Class E-4-A-1, was built by Baldwin in 1915.  It was sold for scrap in March 1960.

451, Class E-4-A-2, was built by Baldwin in 1919.  It was sold for scrap in March 1960.

458, Class E-4A-3, was built by Baldwin in 1920.  It was sold for scrap in March 1960.

463, Class E-4-A-4, was built by Baldwin in 1922.  It was sold for scrap in April 1954.

552, Class F-3-A-1, was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1920.  It was sold for scrap in May 1955.

556, Class F-3-A-2, was built by Baldwin in 1922.  It was sold for scrap in December 1953.

 

 

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