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4-6-2s

1000 was built by Alco-Brooks in 1904.  It originally was equipped with Stephenson valve gear and inside piston valves.  It was rebuilt with outside piston valves and Walschaert valve gear.

1002 was built by Alco-Brooks in 1904.  It originally was equipped with Stephenson valve gear and inside piston valves.  It was rebuilt with outside piston valves and Walschaert valve gear.

1007 was built by Alco-Brooks in 1904.  It originally was equipped with Stephenson valve gear and inside piston valves.  It was rebuilt with outside piston valves and Walschaert valve gear.

1012 was built by Baldwin in 1904.  It originally was equipped with Stephanson valve gear and slide valves.  In 1930 it was rebuilt with piston valves and Walschaert valve gear.

1013 was built by Baldwin in 1904.  It originally was equipped with Stephanson valve gear and slide valves.  In 1930 it was rebuilt with piston valves and Walschaert valve gear.

1014 was built by Baldwin in 1904.  It originally was equipped with Stephanson valve gear and slide valves.  In 1930 it was rebuilt with piston valves and Walschaert valve gear.

1017 was built by Baldwin in 1910.  It was built with Baker valve gear and received rebuilding with increased boiler pressure and reduced cylinder size from 26 to 24 inches increasing tractive effort.

1019 was built by Baldwin in 1910.  It was built with Baker valve gear and received rebuilding with increased boiler pressure and reduced cylinder size from 26 to 24 inches increasing tractive effort.

1026 was built by Baldwin in 1910.  It was built with Baker valve gear and received rebuilding with increased boiler pressure and reduced cylinder size from 26 to 24 inches increasing tractive effort.  It was streamlined in 1939 for The Firefly and scrapped in May 1949.

1036 was built by Baldwin in 1910.  It was rebuilt with streamling in January 1940.

1046 was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1912.  It was a coal burner but converted to oil in 1924.  It came with Cole trailing trucks but later received Delta trailing truck with Franklin C-2 booster.  It was rebuilt with larger sand domes and the bell moved to the front end.  Retractable coupler pilet was added at the same time.

1053 was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1912.  It was a coal burner but converted to oil in 1924.  It came with Cole trailing trucks but later received Delta trailing truck with Franklin C-2 booster.  It was rebuilt with larger sand domes and the bell moved to the front end.

1054 was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1912.  It was a coal burner but converted to oil in 1924.   It was rebuilt with larger sand domes and the bell moved to the front end.

1058 was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1912.  It was a coal burner but converted to oil in 1924.  It came with Cole trailing trucks but later received Delta trailing truck with Franklin C-2 booster.  It was rebuilt with larger sand domes and the bell moved to the front end.  Retractable coupler pilet was added at the same time.

1061 was built by Baldwin in 1917.  It was rebuilt as 4-6-4 in 1941.

1063 was built by Baldwin in 1917.  It was rebuilt as 4-6-4 in 1940.

1066 was built by Baldwin in 1917.  It was rebuilt as 4-6-4 in 1937.

 

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