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1612, Class E-5, was built by Alco in 1907 as 202, Class I. It was renumbered 1612, Class E-5, in 1925.

2170, Class I-6, was built by Schenectady in December, 1908, #45772, as 150, Class G. In 1925 it was renumbered 2170, Class I-6. It was acquired by the Army in July, 1951 and numbered 600, and was apparently scrapped between 1952 and 1955.

2171, Class I-6, was built by Schenectady in December, 1902, #45773, as 151, Class G. In 1925 it was renumbered 2171, Class I-6. It was acquired by the Army in July, 1951, and was apparently scrapped. It is highly unlikely it was ever used.

2172, Class I-6, was built by Schenectady in December, 1902, #45774, as 152, Class G. In 1925 it was renumbered 2172, Class I-6. It was acquired by the Army in July, 1951, and was apparently scrapped. It is highly unlikely it was ever used.

2180, Class I-5, was built by Alco in 1909 as 159, Class G-1.  In 1925 it was renumbered 2180, Class I-5.

2352, Class I-6, was built by Alco in 1912 as 172, Class G-2. In 1925 it was renumbered 2352, Class I-6.

125, Class I-7, was built by Baldwin on July 24, 1895, #14348, as Toledo Ann Arbor & Northern Michigan 37.  It became AA as 125, Class I-7, in 1895 and sold as Manistique & Lake Superior 12 on March 1, 1920.  It was renumbered in 1925 and scrapped in 1951.

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