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1, "Countess of Dufferin", was built by Baldwin in 1872, #2660, as Northern Pacific 56. It was purchased in 1877 by the Government of Canada and numbered 1. In September 1883 it became CPR 151. In April 1897 it was sold to the Columbia River Lumber Co. It was later repurchased from them and placed on display at Winnipeg.

30, Class A1e, was built at Delorimier in September 1887, #1066 as 391, Class SA. It was rebuilt in November 1893 as Class SC. It was renumbered 218, Class A6a, in January 1908. In April 1913 it was again rebuilt as 30, Class A1e. It was retired in May 1950 and scrapped.

136, Class A2m, was built by Rogers in August 1883, #3332, as 140. It was rebuilt in May 1907 as 196, Class A5h. It was renumbered in September 1912 as 115. It was again rebuilt in August 1913 as 136, Class A2m. In June 1960 it was sold to Neil McNish.

374 was built at Delorimier in June 1886, #1038, as Class SC. It was rebuilt in December 1902 as Class SA. In April 1907 it became 92, Class A4a. It was rebuilt in December 1909 as 245, Class A7f. It was again rebuilt in February 1913 as 158, Class A2q. In July 1945 it was retired and presented to the City of Vancouver where it has been partially restored as 374.


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