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Pennsylvania Railroad

 

2-8-0s

 

1, Class H-6sb, was built by Baldwin in 1906.

153, Class H-9s.

685, Class H-9s.

784, Class H-9s.

800, Class H-1.

893, Class H-6, was built by Juniata in 1900.

915, Class H-9s, was built by Baldwin in 1913.

994, Class H-9s, was built by Juniata in 1911.

1086, Class H-6sb, was built by Juniata in 1907.

1187, Class H-3, was built by Juniata in January 1888, #1235.  It was sold as G R McAbee Powder & Oil Co 01187 on August 24, 1911 and later sold as John P Dyer Quarry Co 01187 in 1913.  It was rebuilt as a 0-8-0. In 1939 it was sold and rebuilt by PRR in 1939 for exhibition in the New York World's Fair and later sent to Strasburg, PA.  It was loaned to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in August 1969 and donated to RR Museum of Pennsylvania in December 1979.

1290, Class H-9s. was built by Juniata in 1912.

2837, Class H-6sb.

2897, Class H-10s.

3116, Class H-6sb, was built by Baldwin in 1906.

3542, Class H-9s.

4043, Class H-9s.

7120, Class H-10s.

7239, Class H-10s.

7552, Class H-10s.

7616, Class H-10s.  It was transferred as Long Island RR 107, Class H-10s.

 

7758, Class H-6sb.

7798, Class H-6sb.

8061, Class H-10s.

8086, Class H-10s.

8152, Class H-10s.

8173, Class H-10s.

8198, Class H-10s.

8670, Class H-10s.

8885, Class H-10s.

9453, Class H-10s.

9889, Class H-10s.

9895, Class H-10s.

9913, Class H-8sc, was built by Juniata in 1912.

9959, Class H-8sc, was built by Juniata in 1912.

9965, Class H-8sc, was built by Juniata in 1912.

9974, Class H-10s.

 

 

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