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Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis & Omaha

4-4-0s

34, Class D-4, was built by Baldwin in June 1879, #4691, as Chicago St Paul & Minneapolis 34.  It became CStPM&O 34 in 1880 and retired in February 1913.

59, Class D-5, was built by Baldwin in October 1881, #5868. It was retired in September 1912,

70, Class E-2, was built by Baldwin in September 1882, #6375. It was retired in December 1915.

136, Class E-6, was built by Schenectady in July 1887, #2347. It was rebuilt in 1925 and later became a display engine.

168, Class E-8, was built by Schenectady in July 1888, #2595. It was retired in July 1927.

211 was built by Taunton in July 1870, #501, as St Paul & Sioux City 11 "Medelia". It became CStPM&O 211 in 1880 and was sold to Fairchild & North Eastern as 7 in 1898. It was scrapped in 1918.

255, Class F-8, was built by Schenectady in December 1898, #4934. It was retired in May 1933.

257, Class F-8, was built by Schenectady in December 1898, #4936. It was scrapped in January 1940.

260, Class F-8, was built by Schenectady in December 1898, #4939. It was retired in May 1935.

276, Class F-8, was built by Schenectady in March 1896, #4425. It was retired in 1938.

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