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1614 was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1917, #58828, for Imperial Russian State Rys, but was diverted as United States Railway Adminstration 1014.  It was sold as Frisco  1614 in March 1918.

1615 was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1917, #58829, for Russia  but was diverted as USRA 1015.  It was sold as Frisco 1615 in March 1918. It was sold as Eagle Picher Co 1615 in November 1951 and given for display at Altus in November 1967.

1621 was built by Baldwin in April 1918, #48420, for Russia, but was diverted as USRA 1195.  It was sold  Southern Ry as their 8029 in April 1918. It was sold as Fort Smith Subiaco & Rock Island as their 101 in 1920. In the 1920s, the original Frisco 1621 was destroyed in a dynamite blast. The Frisco traded 4-6-0 641 to the Subiaco for their 101 and it replaced the original 1621 in 1925. It was sold to Eagle-Picher in November 1951 and displayed at the National Museum of Transport at Kirkwood, MO, in July 1961.

1625 was built by Alco-Schenectady in March 1918, #58903, for Imperial Russian State Rys E1199, but was diverted as USRA 1089.  It was sold as Frisco 1625 in November 1920. It was sold to Eagle-Picher in November 1951 and in September 1964 displayed at the Age of Steam, Dallas, TX.

1630 was built by Baldwin in March 1918, #47953, for Imperial Russian State Rys, but was diverted as USRA 1147.  It was sold as Frisco 1630 in November 1920. It was sold to EP in November 1951 and was restored operational at Illinois Railway Museum as Frisco 1630 in August 1967.

1632 was built by Baldwin in May 1918, #48522, for Russia, but was diverted as USRA 1099.  It was assigned as Southern 8030 in May 1918.  It was sold as Frisco 1632 in November 1920. It was sold to Eagle-Picher in November 1951 and given to the Smoky Hill Railroad Museum at Ottawa, KS, in Drcember 1965. It is now at the Belton Grandview & Kansas City Ry at Belton, MO.

 

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