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  Elgin Joliet & Eastern

Steam Locomotives

 

27 was built by Pittsburg in August 1900, #2135, as Chicago Lake Shore & Eastern 38. It was scrapped in November 1940.

321 was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in September 1917, #58206, as CLS&E 321. It was scrapped in August 1949.

328 was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in September 1917, #58212 as CLS&E 328. It was sold to Purdy Co for scrap in September 1948.

572 was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in June 1910, #47753, as a 2-8-0. It was rebuilt as an 0-8-0 in August 1930 and scrapped in August 1949.

580 was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in August 1910, #48374, as a 2-8-0 for CLS&E. It was rebuilt as an 0-8-0 in June 1936 and scrapped in August 1949.

594 was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in August 1918, #58576, and was scrapped in June 1947.

744 was built by Alco-Brooks in March 1918, #58219, and was scrapped in June 1947.

746 was built by Alco in 1923 #64742.  It became Duluth Missabe & Iron Range 1312, Class N-4, in 1948 and was scrapped in 1958.

749 was built by Alco in 1923, #64745. It became DM&IR 1315, Class N-4, in 1948 and was scrapped in 1959.

756 was built by Lima in 1923, #6995. It became DM&IR 1322, Class N-5, in 1948 and was scrapped in 1958.

Special thanks to Stephen Dale for roster information.

 

 

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