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2-8-0s

 

599, Class E-6, was built in 1888 as 548.  It was renumbered 599.

592, Class E-8, was built by Mount Clare in 1888.

1212, Class E-8/60, was built by Baldwin in 1892.

1632, Class E-13b, was built by Baldwin in 1886.

1635, Class E-13b, was built by Baldwin in 1886.

1511, Class E-15, was built by Pittsburgh in 1897.

1924, Class E-18, was built by Baldwin in 1900.

1786, Class E-19a, was built by Baldwin in 1902.

1846, Class E-19a, was built by Baldwin in 1900.

1943, Class E-21.

2200, Class E-24, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in 1903. It was rebuilt as Class E-24A and scrapped in 1955.

2208, Class E-24, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in 1903.  It was rebuilt in November 1923 as 1009, Class L-1A.

2210, Class E-24, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in 1903  It was rebuilt as Class E-24A and scrapped in 1955.

2212, Class E-24, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in 1903.

2223, Class E-24, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in 1903.  It was rebuilt in October 1923, as 1010, Class L-1A.

2231, Class E-24, was rebuilt as 1065, Class L-1A.

2235, Class E-24A, was rebuilt from Class E-24 and scrapped in 1955.

2257, Class E-24A, was rebuilt from Class E-24 and scrapped in 1955.

2282, Class E-24A, was rebuilt from Class E-24 and scrapped in 1955.

2289, Class E-24, was rebuilt in November 1923 to 1013, Class L-1A

2290, Class E-24.

2312, Class E-24A, was rebuilt from Class E-24 and scrapped in 1955.

2316, Class E-24A, was built by Alco as Class E-24. It was rebuilt to Class E-24A and scrapped in 1955.

2323, Class E-24, was rebuilt as 1011, Class L-1A, in October 1923 and scrapped in 1952.

2332, Class E-24A, was rebuilt from Class E-24 and scrapped in 1955.

2343, Class E-24A, was rebuilt from Class E-24 and scrapped in 1955.

2345, Class E-24, was rebuilt as 1004, Class L-1A, in September 1923.

2357, Class E-24.

2365, Class E-24, was rebuilt as 1002, Class L-1A, in August 1923.

2371, Class E-24, as 1727.  It was renumbered 2371.

2375, Class E-24A, was rebuilt from Class E-24 and scrapped in 1955.

2382, Class E-24, was rebuilt as 1014, Class L-1A, in November 1923.

2529, Class E-27H, was rebuilt from Class E-27 and scrapped in 1949.

2534, Class E-27DA, was rebuilt from Class E-27 and scrapped in 1955.

2583, Class E-27, was built by Alco in 1906.

2595, Class E-27DA, was built by Alco in 1906 as Class E-27. It was rebuilt to Class E-27DA.

2599, Class E-27, was built by Alco in 1906. It was rebuilt as 699, Class L-2B

2609, Class E-27H, was rebuilt from Class E-27 and scrapped in 1955.

2617, Class E-27DA, was rebuilt from Class E-27 and scrapped in 1955.

2639, Class E-27A, was scrapped in 1949.

2669, Class E-27, was built by Alco in 1906.  It was rebuilt as 672, Class L-2B.

2678, Class E-27DA, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1906, #38411, as Class E-27. It was rebuilt as Class E-27DA.

2713, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B and scrapped in 1955.

2714, Class E-27CA. It was rebuilt from Class E-27B. B&O Chicago Terminal engines carried an identifying plate near the front end of the running board.

2719, Class E-27CA, was built by Alco-Richmond in January 1910, #46744, as Class E-27B. It was rebuilt as Class E-27C in 1920 and Class E-27CA in 1924. It was scrapped in 1950.

2720, Class L-2B, was built by Alco-Richmond in January 1910, #46745.  It was rebuilt as 696, Class L-2B.

2727, Class E-27CA, was built by Alco-Richmond in January 1910, #46752, as Class E-27B. It was rebuilt as Class E-27C in 1917 and Class E-27CA in 1928.

2734, Class E-27CA, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1910, #46759, as Class E-27B. It was rebuilt as Class E-27C in 1917 and Class E-27CA in 1925. It was scrapped in 1952.

2741, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B.

2744, Class E-27CA, was built by Alco in 1910. It was rebuilt from Class E-27.

2749, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B

2755, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27 and scrapped in 1955.

2759, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27.

2763, Class E-27CA, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1910, #47141, as Class E-27B. It was rebuilt to Class E-27CA in 1928 and scrapped in 1955.

2768, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B and scrapped in 1955.

2773, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B.

2774, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B.

2780, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B.

2781, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-37B.

2794, Class E-27D, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1910 as Class E-27B. It was rebuilt to Class E-27E in 1923 and rebuilt to Class E-27D in 1930. It was scrapped in 1955.

2799, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B and scrapped in 1955.

2807, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B.

2819, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B.

2821, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B and scrapped in1955.

2824, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B and scrapped in 1955.

2836, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B and scrapped in 1955.

2841, Class E-27CA. It was rebuilt from Class E-27B.

2844, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B.

2877, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B.

2881, Class E-27CA. It was rebuilt from Class E-27B.

2892, Class E-27CA, was rebuilt from Class E-27B and scrapped in 1955.

2893, Class E-27CA.

2902, Class E-27CA, was built by Alco-Richmond in 1910, #48775, as Class E-27B. It was rebuilt to Class E-27CA and scrapped in 1950.

2944, Class E-33.

588, Class E-37, was built by Baldwin in 1906, #27897, as Morgantown & Kingwood 3. It became B&O 413, Class E-37, in 1923 and was renumbered 588 in 1943. It was scrapped in 1945.

414, Class E-38, was built by Baldwin in 1918, #48895, as Morgantown & Kingwood 4. It became B&O 414, Class E-38, in 1923 and was scrapped in 1938.

416, Class E-39, was built by Baldwin in 1903, #23301, as Morgantown & Kingwood 5. It became B&O 416, Class E-39, in 1923 and was scrapped in 1928.

418, Class E-40, Was built by Baldwin in 1907, #30667, as Morgantown & Kingwood 9. It became B&O 418, Class E-40, in 1923 and was scrapped in 1937.

419, Class E-40, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #32128, as Morgantown & Kingwood 10. It became B&O 419, Class E-40, in 1923 and was scrapped in 1937.

420, Class E-40, was built by Baldwin in 1907, #32153, as Morgantown & Kingwood 11. It became B&O 420, Class E-40, in 1923 and was scrapped in 1933.

421, Class E-40, was built by Baldwin in 1909, #33679, as Morgantown & Kingwood 12. It became B&O 421, Class E-40, in 1923 and was scrapped in 1933.

597, Class E-41, was built by Baldwin in 1916 as Cincinnati Indianapolis & Western 308. It became B&O 432, Class E-41, in 1927 and was later renumbered 597.

435, Class E-42, was built by Brooks in 1898, #3031, as Buffalo Rochester & Pittsburgh 203. It became Cincinnati Indianapolis & Western 321 and then became B&O 435, Class E-42, in 1927. It was scrapped in 1928.

436, Class E-43, was built by Baldwin in 1900, #18407, as Chicago Great Western 304. It was sold to Illinois Southern as 401 and then became Cincinnati Indianapolis & Western 322. It became B&O 436, Class E-43, in 1927 and was scrapped in 1928.

438, Class E-44, was built by Brooks in 1901, #4063, as Lake Shore & Michigan Southern 781. It was renumbered 5781 in 1905. It was later sold to Cincinnati Indianapolis & Western as 326. It became B&O 438, Class E-44, in 1927 and was scrapped in 1928.

439, Class E-45, was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1905, #37777, as Pennsylvania RR 7748. It became Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo 60 and later became Raleigh Lumber Co 60. It then went to Cincinnati Indianapolis & Western as 331 and became B&O 439, Class E-45, in 1926. It was scrapped in 1933.

440, Class E-46, was built by Baldwin in 1911, #36669, and was formerly Indian Creek Valley RR 3.

3100, Class E-60A, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3100, Class E-60A, in January 1932. It was scrapped in 1955.

3101, Class E-60A, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3101, Class E-60A, in January 1932. It was scrapped in 1955.

3105, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3105, Class E-60, in January 1932 and was scrapped in 1955.

3110, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3110, Class E-60, in January 1932 and was scrapped in April 1955.

3116, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3116, Class E-60, in January 1932 and was scrapped in 1955.

3117, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3117, Class E-60, in January 1932 and was scrapped in 1955.

3120, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3120, Class E-60, in January 1932 and was scrapped in 1955.

3121, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3121, Class E-60, in January 1932 and was scrapped in 1955.

3122, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3122, Class E-60, in January 1932.

3123, Class E-60, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in October 1907, #44529, as Buffalo & Susquehanna 149. It became B&O 3123, Class E-60, in January 1932 and was scrapped in 1955.

3124, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3124, Class E-60, in January 1932 and was scrapped in 1955.

3127, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna 153. It became B&O 3127, Class E-60, in January 1932 and was sold to Wellsville Addison & Galeton as 3127 on January 1, 1956. It was scrapped in November 1956.

3128, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna 154. It became B&O 3128, Class E-60, in January 1932.

3129, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna 155. It became B&O 3129, Class E-60, in January 1932.

3130, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna 156. It became B&O 3130, Class E-60, in January 1932.

3131, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna 157. It became B&O 3131, Class E-60, in January 1932.

3132, Class E-60, was built by Alco-Pittsburgh in 1907 as Buffalo & Susquehanna 158. It became B&O 3132, Class E-60, in January 1932. It was retired in 1955 and scrapped in 1956.

3133, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna 159. It became B&O 3133, Class E-60, in January 1932. It was retired in1955 and scrapped in 1956.

3134, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna 160. It became B&O 3134, Class E-60, in January 1932. It was retired in 1955 and scrapped in 1956.

3135, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna 161. It became B&O 3135, Class E-60, in January 1932. It was retired in 1955 and scrapped in 1956.

3136, Class E-60, was formerly Buffalo & Susquehanna 162. It became B&O 3136, Class E-60, in January 1932.

3137, Class E-60, was built by Alco-Brooks in January 1908, #44769, as Buffalo & Susquehanna 163. It became B&O 3137, Class E-60, in January 1932, and was scrapped in 1949.

3142, Class E-60, was built by Alco in 1906 as Buffalo & Susquehanna. It became B&O 3142, Class E-60, in January 1932.

 

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