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1226, Class 1226, was built by Baldwin in 1905, 326211, as a balanced compound four cylinder locomotive. It was simpled at San Bernardino in May 1925.  It was sold for scrap to the Purdy Co on January19, 1948.

1246, Class 1226, was built by Baldwin in 1905, #26485, as a balanced compound four cylinder locomotive. It was simpled at San Bernardino in June 1923. It was sold for scrap to Finkelstein Supply Co on May 2, 1950.

1283, Class 1270, was built by Baldwin in 1909, #34098.  It was scrapped at Topeka on January 22, 1949.

1316, Class 1309, was built by Baldwin in 1911, #37332. It was originally a four-cylinder balanced compound, but it was rebuilt at Clovis in March 1922 as a simple engine. On October 18, 1954, it was donated to the Fort Concho Foundation at San Angelo, TX, for display. It was later donated to the Texas State RR and restored as 500 in 1980.

1320, Class 1309, was built by Baldwin in 1911, #37336.  It was rebuilt at Clovis in May 1923 and sold for scraped to Luria Brothers on March 8, 1952.

1399, Class 1398, was built by Baldwin in 1909 as 1301, a 4-4-6-2. It was quickly renumbered 1399 to make room for the 1297 Class Pacifics which were built in 1910. It was designed for passenger service, but the front drivers slipped during startup of a train. It was rebuilt at Topeka in October 1915 by shortening the boiler and removing the front engine. In 1919, the Jacobs-Shubert firebox was replaced as well as the boiler with boiler 6315-1. It was sold to Purdy Co for scrap on April 23, 1950.

3415, Class 3400, was built by Baldwin in June 1919, #51861.  It was rebuilt at Topeka in February 1942 and donated to the City of Abilene on December 9, 1955.  It was restored and began running on May 23, 2009.

3417, Class 3400, was built by Baldwin in 1919, #51889, and was rebuilt at Cleburne in October 1943. It was donated to the City of Cleburne for display on April 26, 1955. It was acquired by the Fort Worth & Western in 1990 and relettered, but it was never moved. It was returned to the city and is now a candidate for full restoration by local interests for excursion service.

3429, Class 3400, was built by Baldwin in 1921, #54982. It was rebuilt at Topeka in June 1940 with box pok drivers. It was sold for scrap to The Purdy Co on November 24, 1955.

3438, Class 3400, was built by Baldwin in 1923, #56771. It was rebuilt at Topeka in June 1936 with box pok drivers. It was sold for scrap to Luria Bros on March 10, 1952.

3502, Class 3500, was built by Baldwin in 1914, #41183. It was rebuilt at Topeka in January 1922 and scrapped at Topeka on March 1, 1940.

3516, Class 3500, was built by Baldwin in 1914, #41209.  It was rebuilt at Albuquerque in April 1922 and sold for scrap to Midvale Iron & Supply Co on February 16, 1955.

3520, Class 3500, was built by Baldwin in 1914, #41230.  It was rebuilt at San Bernardino in May 1922 and sold for scrap to El Paso Pipe & Supply Co on July 13, 1954.

 

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