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502, Class H-5-A, was built by Lima in March 1917, #5430.  It was renumbered in 1955 as 951 and sold for scrap in September 1956 to Luntz Iron & Steel Co.

513, Class H-6-B, was built by Alco-Brooks in August 1917, #57495.  It was sold for scrap to Luntz Iron & Steel Co on September 30, 1955.

587, Class H-6-o, was built by Baldwin in September 1918, #49683, as Lake Erie & Western 5541.  It became NKP 587 in April 1923, and donated to City of Indianapolis on September 7, 1955.  It was leased to Indiana Transportation Museum in October 1983.

588, Class H-6-o, was built by Baldwin in September 1918, #49684. as LE&W 5542.  It became NKP 588 in April 1923.  It was sold as Nacionales de Mexico 2209, Class KR-3, in October 1946 and retired in September 1963.

594, Class H-6-o, was built by Baldwin in September 1918, #49723, as LE&W 5548.  It became NKP 594 in April 1923.  It was sold as NdeM 2211, Class KR-3, in October 1946 and retired in September 1963.

606, Class H-6-A, was built by Alco-Schenectady in October 1918, #59583.  It was sold as NdeM 2208, Class KR-3, in 1945 and was retired in September 1963.

645, Class H-6-E, was built by Lima in December 1923, #6648.  It was sold to M S Kaplan on April 20, 1961.

660, Class H-6-E, was built by Lima in January 1924, #6663.  It was sold as NdeM 2220, Class KR-3, in October 1946 and retired in 1962.

662, Class H-6-F, was built by Lima in June 1924, #6863.  It was rebuilt in 1930 and sold on March 13, 1962, for scrap to Luntz Iron & Steel.

669, Class H-6-F, was built by Lima in June 1924, #6860.  It was sold for scrap to Purdy & Co on October 4, 1949.

 

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