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780, Class C-4S, was built by Baldwin in December 1907, #32363, as 1254, Class F-8, 2-8-0. It was rebuilt at Dale Street on January 15, 1916 as Class M-2, 2-6-8-0. It was renumbered 2000 on January 18, 1910, and then to 1999 on April 12, 1912. It was again rebuilt at Dale Street on February 13, 1926, as 870, Class C-4S. It was renumbered 780 in October 1929 and scrapped in January 1947.

811, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in June 1918, #48891. It was retired in May 1958 and scrapped in 1962,

812, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in June 1918, #48951. It was retired in August 1956 and sold for scrap to Paper Calmenson & Co in September 1956.

814, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in June 1918, #49077. It was retired in December 1957 and scrapped in 1963.

819, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in July 1918, #49297. It was retired in May 1958 and scrapped in 1962.

820, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in July 1918, #49298, It was retired in May 1958 and scrapped in 1963.

821, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in July 1918, #49354. It was retired in May 1958 and scrapped in 1963.

822, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in July 1918, #49405. It was retired in March 1958 and scrapped in 1962.

825, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in August 1918, #49478. It was retired in March 1958 and scrapped in 1963.

828, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in September 1918, #49658. It was retired in December 1957 and scrapped in 1963.

829, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in September 1918, #49732, It was retired in December 1957 and scrapped in 1963.

830, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in September 1918, #49826. It was retired in March 1958 and scrapped in 1962.

833, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in February 1919, #51263. It was retired in May 1958 and scrapped in 1963.

835, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in February 1919, #51389. It was retired in December 1957 and scrapped in 1962.

838, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in March 1919, #51486. It was retired in March 1958 and scrapped in 1963.

840, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in March 1919, #51536. It was retired in March 1958 and scrapped in 1963.

842, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in March 1919, #51538. It was retired in May 1958 and scrapped in 1963.

847, Class C-1, was built by Baldwin in April 1919, #51635. It was retired in May 1958 and scrapped in 1963.

854, Class C-2S, was built by Brooks in November 1901, #4046, as 1114, Class 50B, 2-8-0. It was reclassified F-6 in 1903, and then rebuilt as 854, Class C-2S, in 1925. It was sold for scrap to West End Iron & Metal Co on March 29, 1952.

872, Class C-5, was built by Rogers in November 1901, #5672, as 1162, Class 50, 2-8-0. It was renumbered 1197 in 1902 and renumbered and reclassified 1097, Class F-5, in 1903. It was rebuilt as 872, Class C-5, on October 23, 1930. It was sold for scrap to Paper Calmenson & Co on September 29, 1949.

887, Class C-5, was built by Alco-Brooks in July 1903, #27899, as 1303, Class 51B, 2-8-0. It was almost immediately reclassified as F-9. It was rebuilt as 877, Class C-5, in 1927. It was sold for scrap to Duluth Iron & Metal on May 23, 1951.

 

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