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250, Class S-1, was built by Baldwin in March 1930, #61176, as 9700. It was renumbered 250 in May 1938 and retired December 13, 1954.

251, Class S-1, was built at West Milwaukee in February 1938 and retired December 13, 1954. It was the last steam locomotive built in the Milwaukee Shops.

200, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in October 1937, #62089.  It was renumbered 230 in January 1938 and retired December 13, 1954.

201, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in October 1937, #62090.  It was retired December 20, 1955.

202, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in October 1937, #62091.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

204, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in November 1937, #62093.  It was retired on December 31, 1955.

205, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in November 1937, #62094.  It was retired on December 31, 1955.

206, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in November 1937, #62095.  It was retired in August 1955.

207, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in November 1937, #62096.  It was retired in January 1956.

208, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in November 1937, #62097.  It was retired in January 1956.

209, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in November 1937, #62098.  It was retired in February 1956.

210, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in November 1937, #62099.  It was retired in December 1954.

212, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in December 1937, #62101.  It was retired in December 1954.

213, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in December 1937, #62102.  It was retired December 31, 1955.

214, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in December 1937, #62103.  It was retired December 31, 1955.

215, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in December 1937, #62104.  It was retired December 31, 1955.

216, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in December 1937, #62105.  It was retired December 20, 1955.

217, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in December 1937, #62106.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

218, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in December 1937, #62107.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

220, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in January 1938, #62109.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

221, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in January 1938, #62110.  It was retired December 31, 1955.

222, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in January 1938, #62111.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

228, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in March 1938, #62117.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

231, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in March 1940, #62344.  It was retired December 31, 1955.

232, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in April 1940, #62345.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

233, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in April 1940, #62346.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

234, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in April 1940, #62347.   It was retired December 13, 1954.

235, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in May 1940, #62348.  It was retired December 31, 1955.

237, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in May 1940, #61350.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

238, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in May 1940, #61351.  It was retired December 31, 1955.

239, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in May 1940, #62352.  It was retired December 31, 1955.

240, Class S-2, was built by Baldwin in May 1940, #62353.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

260, Class S-3, was built by Alco in July 1944, #71973.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

261, Class S-3, was built by Alco in July 1944, #71974.  It was given to the National Railway Museum at Green Bay, WI, in August 1956. It was later removed from the museum and rebuilt for excursion service.

264, Class S-3, was built by Alco in July 1944, #71977.  It was retired January 12, 1956.

265, Class S-3, was built by Alco in July 1944, #71978.  It was given to the City of Milwaukee for display in September 1956. I was fortunate to be on the "Old Smokey" committee of the city at the time of the donation. It was later removed from display at the foot of Lincoln Avenue and given to the Illinois Railway Museum, where it is now preserved.

266, Class S-3, was built by Alco in July 1944, #71979.  It was retired in December 20, 1955.

267, Class S-3, was built by Alco in September 1944, #71980.  It was retired December 13, 1954. It was converted to burn oil and was used between the two electric divisions. The train in the background was my home-coming troop train from Seattle to Fort Sheridan, IL.

268, Class S-3, was built by Alco in September 1944, #71981.  It was retired December 13, 1954.

 

 

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