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3223, Class S-1-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1917, #1376, as  Canadian Government Ry 2823.  It became CN 3223, Class S-1-a, in 1919 and scrapped in October 1961.

3238, Class S-1-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1917, #1391, as CGR 2838.  It became CN 3238, Class S-1-a, in 1919 and scrapped in August 1957.

3244, Class S-1-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1917, #1397, as CGR 2844.  It became CN 3244, Class S-1-a, in 1919 and scrapped in November 1961.

3266, Class S-1-b, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1918, #1475, as CGR 2866.  It became CN 3266, Class S-1-b, in 1919 and scrapped in July 1957.

3284, Class S-1-b, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1918, #1493, as CGR 2884.  It became CN 3284, Class S-1-b, in 1919 and scrapped in March 1960.

3285, Class S-1-b, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1918, #1494, as CGR 2885.  It became CN 3285, Class S-1-b, in 1919 and scrapped in September 1961.

3296, Class S-1-b, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1918, #1505, as CGR 2896.  It became CN 3296, Class S-1-b, in 1919 and scrapped in October 1961.

3315, Class S-1-c, was built by Montreal in 1917, #58362, as CGR 2915.  It became CN 3315, Class S-1-c, in 1919 and scrapped in November 1961.

3377, Class S-1-d,  was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1919, #1582, as CGR 2977.  It became CN 3377, Class S-1-d, and sold to Edaville in September 1961 and transferred to Steamtown in 1969.  It was moved to Scranton in 1985.

3448, Class S-1-f, was built by Baldwin in 1913, #40367, as Grand Trunk 543, Class M.  It became CN 3448, Class S-1-f, in 1923 and scrapped in May 1958.

3458,  Class S-1-f, was built by Montreal in 1913, #53923, as GT 553, Class M.  It became CN 3458, Class S-1-f, in 1923 and scrapped in March 1960.

3501, Class S-1-f, was built by Montreal in 1913, #53966, as GT 596, Class M.  It became CN 3501, Class S-1-f, in 1923 and scrapped in September 1961.

3527, Class S-2-a, was built by Montreal in July 1923, #64477.  It was scrapped in April 1960.

3534, Class S-2-a, was built by Montreal in August 1923, #64484.  It was scrapped in October 1961.

3540, Class S-2-a, was built by Montreal in August 1923, #64490.  It was scrapped in August 1961.

3542, Class S-2-a, was built by Montreal in August 1923, #64492.  It was scrapped in July 1961.

3553, Class S-2-a, was built by Montreal in September 1923, #64503.  It was scrapped in July 1961.

3560, Class S-2-b, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in September 1923, #1712.  It was scrapped in  November 1958.

3565, Class S-2-b, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in October 1923, #1717.  It was scrapped in October 1961.

3571, Class S-2-c, was built by Montreal in June 1924, #65634.  It was scrapped in May 1961.

3577, Class S-2-c, was built by Montreal in July 1924, #65640.  It was scrapped in April 1960.

3587, Class S-2-c, was built by Montreal in July 1924, #65650.  It was scrapped in April 1960.

3596, Class S-2-c, was built by Montreal in August 1924, #65659.  It was scrapped in October 1961.

3599, Class S-2-c, was built by Montreal in August 1924, #65662.  It was scrapped in September 1961.

3802, Class S-4-b, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in April 1936, #1915.  It was renumbered 4094 in 1957 and scrapped in February 1960.




 

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