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210, Class K-9, was built by Rhode Island in 1900, #3226, as Savanna Florida & Western 111. It was adopted to ACL 210, Class K-9, in 1902 and scrapped on October 6, 1942.

247, Class K-14-S, was built by Baldwin in 1910, #35348.  It was scrapped in April 1947.

254. Class K-14, was built by Baldwin in 1910, #35430. It was scrapped in July 1950

354, Class K-6s, was built by Baldwin in 1904, #24554. It was sold to U S Government in April 1941.

362, Class K-6, was built by Baldwin in 1904, #24607. It was scrapped in October 1936.

384, Class K-6, was built by Baldwin in 1906, #26895.  It was scrapped on August 20, 1935.

959, Class K-5, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #30650.  It was scrapped on May 9, 1936.

983, Class K-5s, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #31468. It was scrapped in 1938.

989, Class K, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #31488.  It was sold as Atlantic & North Carolina 103 on April 1, 1936, and scrapped in 1945.

1040, Class K-15, was built by Baldwin in 1913, #39943. It was scrapped on June 30, 1952.

1287, Class K-13, 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.

1288, Class K-13, 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.

1289, Class K-13, 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.

7123, Class AW-4, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #31861, as AB&C 1624. It was renumbered 89 and again renumbered 123. It became ACL 7123, Class AW-4, in January 1946 and was scrapped on June 30, 1947.

 

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