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Columbia 13350 was built in 1892 and carried its construction number.
No number was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in July 1896, XO2040. It was rebuilt in July 1906 as Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley RR 401 and retired on August 19, 1953. It was scrapped March 1956.
26 was built by Baldwin in 1929, #60733. It was sold as Jackson Iron & Steel Co 3 and later restored as BLW 26.
299, VO660, was built by Baldwin in April 1939, #62299. It was scrapped in June 1971.
1500, DRS6-4-1500, was built by Baldwin in September 1946, #72629. It was sold as Union Pacific 1250 in January 1948 and retired in August 1962. It was sold to Industrial Maintenance Service in July 1966 and to Electro-Motive.
1600, AS616, was built by Baldwin in September 1949, #74676. It was sold to Duluth South Shore & Atlanta as 211 in March 1952 and became Soo Line RR 395 in April 1962. It was retired in 1966 and scrapped.
2001, 0-6-6-0 1000/2 DE, was built by Baldwin in March 1945, #70321. It was sold as Nacionales de Mexico 6001, Class DE-8 in August 1945 and scrapped on September 11, 1957.
6000, DR12-8-3000, was built by Baldwin in 1941 and rebuilt in December 1945, #71579. It was sold at Seaboard Air Line 4500 on December 2, 1945. and retired in July 1957.
6001-A, DR4-4-1500A, was built by Baldwin in June 1949, #73981. It was sold as Elgin Joliet & Eastern 700A on January 1, 1950, and sold as Baltimore & Ohio 847, Class DF-9, on March 11, 1955. It was renumbered 4200, Class FB-1, in 1957 and retired on October 17, 1962. It was sold for scrap on January 3, 1963.
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