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1129 was built by Baldwin in February 1918, #47849, for Imperial Russian State Rys. It was diverted as United States Railroad Administration 1129 and leased as Erie RR 1129. It was sold as Louisiana Ry & Navigation Co 103 and became Louisiana & Arkansas 103, Class 100, in 1933. It was scrapped at Shreveport in July 1947.
2428, Class J-2, was built by Baldwin in February 1918, #47736, for the Imperial Russian State Rys. It was taken over as United States Railroad Administration 1114 in 1918 and sold as Erie 2428, Class J-2. It was scrapped in May 1950.
2443, Class J-2, was built by Baldwin in February 1918, #47850, for the Imperial Russian State Rys. It was taken over as USRA 1130 and sold as Erie 2443, Class J-2. It was transferred as New York Susquehanna & Western 2443, Class S-2, in February 1943.
2464, Class J-2, was built by Alco-Brooks in February 1918, #58891, for the Imperial Russian State Rys E1187. It was taken as USRA 1077 and sold as Erie 2464, Class J-2. It was later sold to Minneapolis Northfield & Southern as 505 in September 1935.
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