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1100, Class I-1, was built by Baldwin in 1871, #2391, as 199 "Stephen Clement". It was renumbered 100 in June 1898 and 1100 in March 1899. It was retired October 26, 1917. The engineer was James McCauley and the fireman was William Connet.

1101, Class I-1, was built by Baldwin in May 1878, #4336, as 215. It was renumbered 101 in June 1898 and 1101 in March 1899. It was retired November 14, 1917.

1102, Class I-1, was built by Baldwin in May 1878, #4340, as 216. It was renumbered 102 in June 1898 and 1102 in March 1899. It was retired November 20, 1917. Left to right are August Rudolph, switchman; Thomas Dooley, switchman; William Fitch, switchman; and Henry Jarchow, engineer. The fireman in the gangway is unidentified.

1106, Class I-3, was built by Rhode Island in December 1891, #2705, as 92.  It was renumbered 106 in June 1898 and 1106 in March 1899.  It was rebuilt as Class I-3a and renumbered X976 in June 1938.  It was retired on October 31, 1945.

1111, Class I-3, was built by Rhode Island in October 1891, #2624, as 97. It was renumbered 111 in June 1898 and 1111 in April 1899. It was retired December 31, 1926.

1113, Class I-3, was built by Rhode Island in December 1891, #2703, as 99. It was renumbered 113 in June 1898 and 1113 in March 1899. It was rebuilt as Class I-3a and renumbered X977 in July 1938,  It was retired on December 7, 1940.

1129, Class I-4, was built at West Milwaukee in July 1899. It was sold on May 22, 1910.

1143, Class I-4a, was built at West Milwaukee in July 1900. It was retired on July 15, 1927. The engineer was John Rogowski, my grandfather's brother.

1149, Class I-4a, was built at West Milwaukee in October 1900. It was renumbered and reclassified in June 1938 as X978, Class I-4ax. It was scrapped on January 12, 1955.

1168, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in July 1903. It was renumbered 1401 in July 1938 and sold to the government in September 1942.

1172, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in December 1903. It was rebuilt as Class I-5ax at an unknown date, and then renumbered X979 in June 1938. It was retired on August 8, 1955.

1186, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in June 1905. It was renumbered 1412 in July 1938 and retired on September 4, 1953.

1187, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in August 1906. It was renumbered 1413 in June 1938 and sold for retired on July 1, 1953.

1207, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in April 1908. It was renumbered 1416 in July 1938 and sold as Wabash Sand & Gravel Inc 1416 on February 1, 1952.  It was sold to Evansville Museum of Arts and Science in April 1966.

1213, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in May 1908. It was renumbered 1418 in June 1938 and sold for scrap on September 15, 1949.

1222, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in May 1908. It was renumbered 1424 in July 1938 and was sold on September 13. 1950, to the Sioux City Terminal Ry as 15. It was retired on October 18, 1956.

1515, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in June 1909 as Chicago Milwaukee & Puget Sound 4515,  It was renumbered 1515 in December 1912 and became CMStP&P 1515 in 1928.  It was renumbered 1447 in July 1938 and scrapped on May 25, 1940.

1230, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in August 1910 as CM&PS 1230. It became CM&StP 1230 in 1928 and was renumbered 1467 in July 1938. It was retired on July 23, 1954.

1246, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in May 1912.  It was scrapped on December 31, 1934.

1251, Class I-5as, was built at West Milwaukee in May 1912.  It was renumbered 1482 in July 1938 and retired om July 17, 1953.

1257, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in June 1912. It was renumbered 1487 in July 1938 and retired on December 31, 1955.

1260, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in June 1912. It was renumbered 1490 in July 1938. It was leased to the Port Townsend RR for a period of time when that road was spun off and then retired on October 7, 1954.

1261, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in July 1912.  It was renumbered 1491 in August 1938 and retired on April 15, 1952/

1274, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in May 1913. It was renumbered 1502 in July 1938 and retired on February 17, 1944. Somewhere along the way it received a square tender instead of the slope back.

 

1281, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in June 1913. It was renumbered 1508 in July 1938 and was sold to Davenport, Rock Island & North Western as 59 on September 22, 1942.

1283, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in September 1913.  It was renumbered 1510 in August 1938 and retired on October 17, 1945.

1287, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in October 1913. It was renumbered 1514 in August 1938 and retired on April 26, 1954.

1288, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in October 1913.  It was scrapped on October 30, 1934.

1291, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in October 1913.  It was renumbered 1517 in August 1938 and retired on October 17, 1945.

1298, Class I-6a, was built at West Milwaukee in December 1913. It was renumbered 1526 in July 1938 and retired in December 31, 1955.

1301, Class I-6a, was built at West Milwaukee in January 1914.  It was renumbered 1529 in June 1938 and retired on October 7, 1954.

1302, Class I-6a, was built at West Milwaukee in January 1914.  It was renumbered 1530 in August 1938 and retired on December 21, 1955.

1303, Class I-6a, was built at West Milwaukee in January 1914.  It was renumbered 1531 in July 1938 and retired on December 31, 1955.

1509, Class I-5a, was built at West Milwaukee in July 1909 as 4509. It was renumbered 1509 in December 1912 and 1442 in June 1938. It was retired on December 31, 1955.

 

 

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