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316, Class D-1, was built by B&O in 1886.

1162, Class D-7, was built by Baldwin in 1903.

1171, Class D-7, was built by Baldwin in 1903.

1173, Class D-7, was built by Baldwin in 1903.

1198, Class D-13, was built by Pittsburgh in 1900 as Cleveland Lorain & Wheeling RR 24.  It became B&O 1198, Class D-13, in 1909.

57, Class D-22, was built by Rhode Island in 1892 as Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern RR 5.  It became B&O 57, Class D-22, in 1900.

1182, Class D-23, was built by Baldwin in 1906.

91, Class D-29, was built by Pittsburgh in 1900.

353, Class D-30, was built by Baldwin in 1919.  It was renumbered 1153 in 1950.

355, Class D-30, was built by Baldwin in 1919.  It was renumbered 1155 in 1950.

359, Class D-30, was built by Baldwin in 1919.  It was renumbered 1159 in 1950.

362, Class D-30, was built by Baldwin in 1919.  It was renumbered 1162 in 1950.

363, Class D-30, was built by Baldwin in May 1919, #51757.  It was renumbered 1163 in 1950.

365, Class D-30, was built by Baldwin in 1919.  It was renumbered 1165 in 1950.

366, Class D-30, was built by Baldwin in 1919.  It was renumbered 1166 in 1950.

369, Class D-30, was built by Baldwin in 1919.  It was renumbered 1169 in 1950.

375, Class D-30, was built by Alco in 1919.  It was renumbered 1175 in 1950.

377, Class D-30, was built by Alco in 1919.  It was renumbered 1177 in 1950.

378, Class D-30, was built by Alco in 1919.  It was renumbered 1178 in 1950.

380, Class D-30, was built by Alco in 1919.  It was renumbered 1180 in 1950.

384, Class D-30, was built by Alco in 1919.  It was renumbered 1184 in 1950.

385, Class D-30, was built by Alco in 1919.  It was renumbered 1185 in 1950.

386, Class D-30, was built by Alco in 1919.  It was renumbered 1186 in 1950.

387, Class D-30, was built by Alco in 1919.  It was renumbered 1187 in 1950.

340, Class D-38, was built by Lima in 1916 as Cincinnati Indianapolis & Western 52.  It became B&O 340, Class D-38, in 1926.

80, Class D-40, was built by Baldwin in December 1903, #23295, as Chicago & Alton RR 80, Class B-3.  It was reclassified Class D-40 in 1931 and transferred as B&O 80, Class D-40, in September 1934.

61, Class D-42, was built by Alco-Brooks in March 1909, #45949 as C&A 95, Class B-8. It was reclassified Class D-42 in 1931 and transferred as B&O 61, Class D-42, in August 1933.

62, Class D-42, was built by Alco-Brooks in March 1909, #45950, as C&A 96, Class B-8.  It was reclassified Class D-42 in 1931 and transferred as B&O 62, Class D-42, in August 1933.

63, Class D-42, was built by Alco-Brooks in March 1909, #45951. as C&A 97, Class B-8,  It was reclassified Class D-42 in 1931 and transferred as B&O 63, Class D-42, in August 1933.

390, Class D-44, was built by Alco-Brooks in January 1904, #28753, as Buffalo Rochester & Pittsburgh 151, Class F3.  It became B&O 390, Class D-44, in January 1932 and renumbered 1190 in 1950.  It was sold as Ohio River Sand & Gravel Co 1190 in 1953 and donated to City of New Martinsville, WV in 1963.  It was donated to Mad River & Nickle Plate RR Museum in October 1978 and moved to Bellevue, OH, in March 1982.  It was sold to Scott Syman at Dunkirk, NY, and purchased by Age of Steam Roundhouse in November 2009.

391, Class D-44, was built by Alco-Brooks in 1904, as BR&P 152, Class F3.  It became B&O 391, Class D-44, in 1932.

392, Class D-44, was built by Alco-Brooks in 1904, as BR&P 153, Class F3.  It became B&O 392. Class D-44, in 1932.

393, Class D-44, was built by Alco-Brooks in 1904, as BR&P 154, Class F3.  It became B&O 393, Class D-44, in 1932.

 

 

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