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287, Class J, was built by Rhode Island in April 1893, #2912, as Chicago Milwaukee & St Paul 828.  It was sold to the Savannah Florida & Western as 104 in March 1900.  It became ACL 287, Class J, and rebuilt on May 28, 1912, as 1287, Class K-13.  It was scrapped on May 23, 1934.

288, Class J, was built by Rhode Island in April 1893, #2880, as CM&StP 830. It was sold to the SF&W as 105 in March 1900.  It became ACL 288, Class J, and rebuilt on May 23, 1912, as 1288, Class K-13.  It was scrapped on May 16, 1934.

289, Class J, was built by Rhode Island in April 1893, #2913, as CM&StP 829. It was sold to the SF&W as 106 in March 1900.  It became ACL 289, Class J, and rebuilt on May 30, 1912, as 1289, Class K-13.  It was scrapped on May 31, 1934.

421, Class P-3, was built by Baldwin in 1914, #41277. It was renumbered 2421 in August 1951 and scrapped in December 7, 1951.

449, Class P-3, was built by Baldwin in 1916, #44263. It was renumbered 2449 in August 1951 and scrapped in March 7, 1952.

457, Class P-4, was built by Baldwin in 1917, 46111. It was scrapped on December 31, 1951

1504, Class P-5-A, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1919, #59314, as 497. It was renumbered in 1919 as 1504, It was retired on December 13, 1952, and is on exhibit at Jacksonville.

1511, Class P-5-A, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1919, #61064. It was scrapped on November 9, 1951.

1514, Class P-5-A, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1919, #61067. It was scrapped on August 29, 1952

1528, Class P-5-A, was built by Alco-Brooks in 1919, #61259. It was scrapped on December 21, 1951.

1537, Class P-5-A, was built by Alco-Brooks in 1919, #61268. It was scrapped on January 31, 1950.

1540, Class P-5-A, was built by Alco-Brooks in 1919, #61271, It was scrapped on June 15, 1950.

1541, Class P-5-A, was built by Alco-Brooks in 1919, #61272. It was scrapped on June 30, 1950

1542, Class P-5-A, was built by Alco-Brooks in 1919, #61273, It was scrapped on December 7, 1951.

1548, Class P-5-A, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1920, #62972.  It was scrapped on October 26, 1951.

1549, Class P-5-A, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1920, #62073. It was scrapped on September 30, 1949.

1603, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin In 1922, #55628, and scrapped on December 13, 1951.

1608, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in November 1922, #55708, and scrapped on September 30, 1951.

1613, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in November 1922, #55713, and scrapped on June 30, 1952.

1637, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in March 1923, #56375, and scrapped on December 31, 1952.

1642, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in April 1923, #56405.  It was scrapped on October 26, 1951.

1644, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in 1923, #56453.  It was scrapped on May 30, 1952.

1652, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in 1923, #57438.  It was scrapped on December 31, 1952.

1662, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in 1923, #57499.  It was scrapped on December 31, 1952.

1667, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in November 1923, #57504.  It was scrapped on March 7, 1952.

1684, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in July 1924, #57883.  It was scrapped on December 31, 1952.

1711, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in August 1925, #58576.  It was scrapped on December 28, 1951.

1747, Class P-5-B, was built by Baldwin in January 1926, #58933.  It was scrapped on March 28, 1952.

7071, Class AJ-1, was built by Schenectady in 1911, #50146, as Florida East Coast 101. It was sold to AB&C as 71, Class J-1, and later became ACL 7071, Class AJ-1, in January 1946. It was scrapped on January 31, 1951.

7153, Class AJ-2, was built by Lima in March 1914, #1344, as Great Northern 1466, Class H-4.  It was sold to Georgia Car & Locomotive in 1941 and resold as AB&C 153 in February 1942.  It became ACL 7153, Class AJ-2, in January 1946 and scrapped on April 4, 1949.

Special thanks to Stan Lytle for roster information on the P-5b locomotives.

 

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