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80, Class B3-35, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in September 1916, #58416, Class B-33. It was later classified Class B3-35 and retired in December 1950 and sold to Midland Electric Coal Co as 80.

81, Class B3-35, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in September 1916, #58417, Class B-3. It was later classified Class B3-35 and retired in December 1950 and sold to MEC as 81.

82. Class B3-35, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in September 1916, #58418, Class B-3. It was later classified Class B3-35 and retired in December 1950 and sold to MEC as 82.

83, Class B3-35, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in September 1916, #59419, Class B-3.  It was later classified Class B3-35 and was sold for scrap in November 1950.

84, Class B3-35, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in September 1916, #58420, Class B-3. It was later classified Class B3-35 and retired in December 1949 and sold to MEC as 84.

85, Class B3-35, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in September 1916, #58421, Class B-3. It was later classified Class B3-35 and retired in April 1950 and sold to MEC as 85.

87, Class B3-35, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in September 1916, #58423, Class B-3. It was later classified Class B3-35 and retired in December 1949 and sold to MEC as 87.

141, Class D7-17, was built by Pittsburgh in July 1881, #507, as Des Moines & Fort Dodge RR 35.  It was rebuilt in 1898 and became M&StL 141, Class D-7, in 1905.  It was reclassified as Class D7-17, and retired in September 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

202, Class G1-19, was built by Pittsburgh in January 1891, #1203, as Iowa Central RR 50, Class G-1. It was renumbered 202 in 1910 and became M&StL 202, Class G1-19 in 1912. It was retired in April 1935 and sold for scrap.

215, Class G3-22, was built by Schenectady in March 1901, #5861, as 101. It was renumbered 126, Class G-1, in 1905. It was again renumbered 126, Class G1-22, in 1910. In 1912 it was renumbered 215, Class G3-22. It was retired in December 1938 and sold for scrap in July 1939.

224, Class G7-24, was built by Cooke in February 1900, #2505, as Iowa Central RR 70, Class G-5. It was renumbered 224 in 1910 and was rebuilt as a simple engine at that time. It became M&StL 224, Class G7-24, in 1912. It was retired in April 1935 and sold for scrap.

227, Class G6-24, was built by Baldwin in June 1909, #33519, as 353, Class G-2.  It was renumbered 207, Class G2-26, in 1910 amd renumbered 227, Class G6-26. in 1912.  It was rebuilt in March 1920 as Class G6-24 and rebuilt in June 1943.  It was retired in July 1948 and sold for scrap.

228, Class G6-24, was built by Baldwin in June 1909, #33501, as 350, Class G-2.  It was renumbered 204, Class G2-26, in 1910 and renumbered 228, Class G6-26 in 1912.  It was rebuilt as Class G6-24 and retired and sold for scrap in March 1946.

311, Class F1-28, was built by Schenectady in October 1899, #5168, as 92, Class F-1,  It was renumbered 311, Class F1-27 in 1910 amd later rebuilt as Class F1-28.  It was scrapped in October 1941.

322. Class F1-28, was built by Alco-Schenectady in July 1906, #39747, as 102, Class F-1.  It was renumbered 322, Class F1-27 in 1910 and later rebuilt as Class F1-28.  It was retired in March 1939 and scrapped in July 1939.

369, Class F-2, was built by Baldwin in December 1910, #35770. It was later renumbered 66 in 1912 and later Class F3-33 and later Class F4-33.  It was retired in November 1942 and sold to Bevier & Southern as 110 in March 1943. It was scrapped in 1960.

450, Class H5-39, was built by Alco-Schenectady in October 1912, #52300, as Class H-5.  It was later reclassified as Class H5-38 and later rebuilt as Class H5-39.  It was retired in August 1949 and later scrapped.

457. Class H5-39, was built by Alco-Schenectady in October 1912, #52307, as Class H-5.  It was later reclassified as Class H5-39 and and later rebuilt as Class H5-39.  It was retired in September 1950 and sold as American Crystal Sugar Co 457 in Mason City, IA.  It was retired and placed at a park in 1959..

460, Class H5-39, was built by Alco-Schenectady in October 1912, #52935, as Class H-5.  It was later reclassified as Class H5-38 and later rebuilt as Class H5-39,  It was retired in December 1949 and later scrapped.

466, Class H6-38, was built by Baldwin in December 1910, #35661, as Iowa Central 424, Class H-6.  It became M&StL 466, Class H6-38, in 1912 and rebuilt in 1915.  It was retired in December 1938 and sold for scrap in July 1939.

471, Class H6-38, was built by Baldwin in December 1910, #35702, as Iowa Central 429, Class H-6.  It became M&StL 471, Class H6-38, in 1912 and rebuilt in 1915.  It was retired in February 1946 and sold to Wunder-Klein-Donahue Co.

500, Class K1-32, was built by Alco-Brooks in January 1921, #62577, as Class K-1.  It was later Class K1-32 and retired in December 1938.  It was sold for scrap in July 1939,

604, Class M1-46, was built by Alco-Schenectady in February 1915, #54989, as Class M-1.  It was later Class M1-46 and retired in September 1948.  It was scrapped.

614, Class M1-46, was built by Alco-Schenectady in February 1915, #54999, as Class M-1.  It was later Class M1-46 and retired in June 1951.  It was scrapped.

630, Class M1-46, was built by Alco-Brooks in January 1921, #62572, as Class M-1.  It was later Class M1-46 and retired in May 1951.  It was scrapped.

 

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