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565, Class 564, was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1902, #25339, as a four cylinder tandem compound. It simpled by removing the high pressure cylinders and superheated prior to 1918. It was rebuilt with standard cylinders in 1918. It was sold for scrap to Hyman Michaels on December 17, 1947.
1029, Class 1014, was built by Baldwin in 1901, #19725. It was rebuilt by Baldwin, #20619 and simpled at Topeka in September 1912. It was sold for scrap toU S Steel Corp on December 4, 1951.
1077, Class 1050, was built by Baldwin in 1902, #20337. It was simpled at La Junta in March 1913 and sold for scrap to Commercial Metals Co on February 26, 1952.
1080, Class 1050, was built by Baldwin in 1902, #20376. It was simpled at Topeka in January 1913 and donated to Brownwood on July 30, 1954.
1140, Class 1050, was built by Baldwin in January 1903, #21521. It was simpled at Topeka in January 1910. It was sold as Temple Lumber Co 1140 in September 1952 and merged to Southern Pine Lumber Co 1140 in 1956. It became Temple-Eastex Inc 1140 and donated to Red River Valley Ry Historical Society in the 1980.
1809, Class 1800, was built by Baldwin in October 1906, #29281. It was rebuilt at Topeka in April 1926 and donated to City of Slaton on September 15, 1955.
1830, Class 1800, was built by Baldwin in 1906, #29665, It was rebuilt at La Junta in August 1927 and sold for scrap to The Purdy Co on March 25, 1953.
1862, Class 1800, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #31204. It was rebuilt at Topeka in December 1928 and sold for scrap to M S Kaplan Co on March 27, 1952.
1864, Class 1800, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #31258. It was rebuilt at La Junta in February 1928 and sold for scrap to M S Kaplan Co on May 17, 1954.
1882, Class 1800, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #31500. It was rebuilt at Albuquerque in May 1927 and sold for scrap to Hyman-Michaels Co on September 14, 1954.
1885, Class 1800, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #31524. It was rebuilt at Topeka in December 1928 and sold for scrap to M S Kaplan Co on February 23, 1952.
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