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Alton RR

Chicago & Alton RR

 

2-6-0s

 

158 was built by Schenectady in August 1878, #1099.  It was retired in 1901.

159 was built by Schenectady in August 1878, #1101.  It was retired in 1901.

5, Class F-1, was built by C&A in 1889.   It was retired in 1901.

300, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17019.  It became 2400, Class K-18, in 1931 and sold for scrap in April 1947.

303, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17022.  It was rebuilt as 53, Class B-10, a 0-6-0, in November 1921 and renumbered 311, Class D-30, in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

304, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17023.  It became 2402, Class K-18, in 1931 and sold to Rutland Toluca & Northern in October 1933.

305, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17024.  It was rebuilt as 54, Class B-10, a 0-6-0, in August 1921 and renumbered 312, Class D-30, in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

307, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17026.  It was renumberd 2403, Class K-18, in 1931 and sold as Prairie State Coal Co 2403 in 1932.  It was resold as Chicago Springfield & St Louis 33 in 1934.  It was sold as Springfield & Southwestern RR 33 in 1941 and scrapped in 1946.

308, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17027.   It was rebuilt as 43, Class B-10, a 0-6-0, in September 1927 and renumbered 301, Class D-39, in 1931.  It was scrapped in May 1933.

310, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17048,  It was rebuilt as 56, Class B-10, a 0-6-0, in September 1920 and renumbered 314, Class D-50, in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

313, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17061.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and reclassified Class F-3.  It was planned to renumber as 2404, Class K-18, in 1931 but it was retired in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

314, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17062.  It was planned to renumber as 2405, Class K-18, in 1931 but it was retired in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

315, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17063.  It was rebuilt as 50, Class B-10, a 0-6-0, in May 1923 and renumbered 308, Class D-30, in 1931.  It was scrapped in September 1933.

316, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17064.  It was renumbered 2406, Class K-18, in 1931 and scrapped in December 1946.

317, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in September 1899, #17065.  It was rebuilt as 52, Class B-10, a 0-6-0, in December 1921 and renumbered 310, Class D-30, in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

320, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in October 1899, #17125.  It was rebuilt as 49, Class B-10, a 0-6-0, in May 1923 and renumbered 307, Class D-30, in 1931.  It was sold as Green Bay & Western 92, Class M-1, in May 1933 and rebuilt in June 1935 as 261, Class R-1a, a 2-6-0.  It was scrapped in January 1943.

321, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in October 1899, #17126.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and retired in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

323, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in October 1899, #17128.  It was rebuilt as 48, Class B-10, a 0-6-0, in December 1923 and renumbered 306, Class D-39, in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

324, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in October 1899, #17129.  It was rebuilt as 46, Class B-10, a 0-6-0, in April 1925 and renumbered 304, Class D-39, in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

326, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in October 1899, #17137.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and reclassified as Class F-3.  It was renumbered as 2408, Class K-18, in 1931 and scrapped in April 1947.

330, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in October 1899, #17165.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and reclassified as Class F-3. It was planned to renumber as 2411, Class K-18, in 1931 but it was retired in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

332, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in October 1899, #17167.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and renumbered as 2412, Class K-18, in 1931.  It was retired in 1932.

333, Class F-3, was built by Baldwin in October 1899, #17168.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and reclassified as Class F-3. It was retired 1931 and scrapped in August 1933.

335, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in June 1900, #17828.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and retired in 1931 and scrapped in September 1933.

336, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in June 1900, #17829.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and was renumbered 2414, Class K-18, in 1931.  It was sold as Rutland Toluca & Northern 200 in April 1932.

337, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in June 1900, #17849.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and retired in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

338, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in June 1900, #17850. It was rebuilt as Class F-3B.  It was planned to renumber as 2415, Class K-18, in 1931 but it was retired in 1931.  It was scrapped in September 1933.

340, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in June 1900, #17894.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B.  It was planned to renumber as 2416, Class K-18, in 1931 but it was retired in 1932.  It was scrapped in September 1933.

341, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in June 1900, #17896.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and was renumbered 2417, Class K-18.  It was sold as Chicago Springfield & St Louis 31 in January 1933.  It was sold as Springfield & Southwestern RR 31 in 1941 and resold as Manchester & Oneida Ry 7 in 1946.  It was too heavy for the line and seldom used and was scrapped in 1951.

342, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in June 1900, #17897.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and was renumbered 2418, Class K-18.  It was sold as CS&StL 30 in November 1932.  Disposition was not known.

343, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in July 1900, #17946.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and retired in 1931.  It was scrapped in September 1933.

344, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in July 1900, #17947.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and retired in 1931.  It was scrapped in May 1933.

346, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in September 1900, #18124.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and retired in 1931.  It was scrapped in August 1933.

348, Class F-3A, was built by Baldwin in September 1900, #18198.  It was rebuilt as Class F-3B and was renumbered 2421, Class K-18, in 1931.  It was retired in 1932 and sold as CS&Stl 32 in 1933.  Disposition was not known.

360, Class F-4, was built by Baldwin in April 1902, #20302.  It was planned to renumber as 2423, Class K-19, in 1931 but it was scrapped in September 1933.

361, Class F-4, was built by Baldwin in April 1902, #20303.  It was renumbered 2424, Class K-19, in 1931 and scrapped in August 1933.

366, Class F-4, was built by Baldwin in August 1903, #22714.  It was renumbered 2428, Class K-19, in 1931 and scrapped in May 1935.

390, Class F-7, was built by Baldwin in December 1910, #35664.  It was renumbered 2430, Class K-20, in 1931 and transferred as Baltimore & Ohio 2430, Class K-20, in December 1936.

391, Class F-7, was built by Baldwin in December 1910, #35665.  It was renumbered 2431, Class K-20, in 1931 and transferred as B&O 2431, Class K-20, in June 1937.

395, Class F-7, was built by Baldwin in December 1910, #35712.  It was renumbered 2435, Class K-20, in 1931 and transferred as B&O 2435, Class K-20, in December 1936.

397, Class F-7, was built by Baldwin in December 1910, #35714.  It was renumbered 2437, Class K-20, in 1931 and transferred as B&O 2437, Class K-20, in July 1937.

398, Class F-7, was built by Baldwin in December 1910, #35715.  It was renumbered 2438, Class K-20, in 1931 and transferred as B&O 2438, Class K-20, in November 1939.

399, Class F-7, was built by Baldwin in December 1910, #35716.  It was renumbered 2439, Class K-20, in 1931 and scrapped in May 1933.

 

 

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