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Canadian Pacific Railways

4-6-0s

 

232, Class C2a, was built by Canadian Locomotive in November 1891, #423, as 576, Class SO. In December 1907 it was renumbered 313, Class C1b. It was rebuilt in June 1910 as Class C1g and again rebuilt in October 1913 as 232, Class C2a. It was retired in February 1937 and scrapped.

388, Class D4f, was built by Baldwin in October 1897, #15521, as 490, Class SR2. It was rebuilt in September 1905 and renumbered in March 1909 as 488, Class D4f. In November 1913 it was renumbered 388 and retired in June 1929 and scrapped.

431, Class D4g, was built at Angus in December 1912, #1870, as 2431. It was renumbered 431 in September 1913 and retired in March 1956 and scrapped.

437, Class D4g, was built at Angus in January 1913, #1876, as 2437. It was immediately renumbered 437 and retired in February 1958 and scrapped.

441, Class D4g, was built at Angus in January 1913, as 2441. It was renumbered 441 in October 1913 and retired in December 1958 and scrapped.

482, Class D4g, was built at Angus in December 1913, #1946. It was retired in September 1950 and scrapped.

484, Class D4g, was built at Angus in January 1914, #1948. It was retired in December 1958 and scrapped.

485, Class D4g, was built at Angus in January 1914, #1949. It was retired in September 1957 and scrapped.

508, Class D6a, was built by Alco-Schenectady in November 1902, #26755, as 934 Class ST9. It was renumbered 508, Class D6a, in December 1908. It was simpled in May 1911 and was transferred to Dominion Atlantic as 508 in August 1923. It was returned to CP in 1937 and retired in May 1947 and scrapped.

530, Class D6b, was built by North British in December 1903, #16044, as 991, Class ST12. It was renumbered 530, Class D6b, in January 1909 and simpled in November 1911. In May 1937 it became Dominion Atlantic 530 and was named "Lescarbot". It was retired in May 1945 and scrapped.

554, Class D6d, was built by Saxon in January 1904, #2841, as 975, Class ST12. It was renumbered 554, Class D6b in July 1908, and was simpled in February 1911. It was retired in March 1937 and scrapped.

564, Class D9c, was built by Alco-Schenectady in July 1903, #28340, as 1304, Class ST11. In September 1907 it was renumbered 564, Class D9b. It was rebuilt in February 1911 as Class D9c. It was retired in July 1953 and scrapped.

569, Class D9c, was built by Alco-Schenectady in July 1903, #28345, as 1309, Class ST11. In July 1907 it was renumbered 569, Class D9b. It was rebuilt in February 1911 as Class D9c. It was retired in February 1953 and scrapped.

574, Class D9c, was built by Alco-Schenectady in July 1903, #28350, as 1314, Class ST11. In April 1906 it was renumbered 614 and in May 1907 it was again renumbered 574, Class D9b. It was rebuilt in July 1911 as Class D9c. It was retired in June 1940 and scrapped.

575, Class D9c, was built by Alco-Schenectady in July 1903, #28351, as 1315, Class ST11. In February 1908 it was renumbered 575, Class D9b. It was rebuilt in October 1910 as Class D9c. It was retired in March 1955 and scrapped.

590, Class D9c, was built by Alco-Schenectady in August 1903, #28366, as 1330, Class ST11. In September 1907 it was renumbered 590, Class D9b. It was rebuilt in June 1910 as Class D9c. It was retired in March 1955 and scrapped.

591, Class D9c, was built by Alco-Schenectady in August 1903, #28367, as 1331, Class ST11. In July 1907 it was renumbered 591, Class D9b. It was rebuilt in December 1910 as Class D9c. It was retired in April 1947 and scrapped.

592, Class D9c, was built by Alco-Schenectady in August 1903, #28368, as 1332, Class ST11. In September 1907 it was renumbered 592, Class D9b. It was rebuilt in October 1909 as Class D9c. It was retired in January 1955 and scrapped.

619, Class D10d, was built by Alco-Richmond in June 1907, #43086. It was retired in October 1939 and scrapped.

624, Class D10d, was built by Alco-Richmond in July 1907, #43091. It was retired in March 1948 and scrapped.

628, Class D10d, was built by Montreal in September 1907, #43112. It was retired in October 1954 and scrapped.

644, Class D10d, was built by Montreal in January 1907, #42101. It was retired in July 1952 and scrapped.

652, Class D10d, was built by Montreal Locomotive in February 1907, #42109.  It was retired in April 1944 and scrapped.

693, Class D10b, was built by Montreal Locomotive in February 1906, #39373.  It was retired in November 1952 and scrapped.

723, Class D10b, was built by Montreal Locomotive in August 1905, #31215. It was retired in April 1952 and scrapped.

774, Class D10c, was built at Angus in March 1906, #1451.  It was retired in December 1946 and scrapped.

793, Class D10c,  was built at Angus in November 1905, #1429, as 783, Class D11a. It was renumbered 793 in February 1907 and rebuilt in September 1910 as Class D10c. It was retired in March 1954 and scrapped.

802, Class D10e, was built by Montreal in September 1908, #45596, as 2602. It was renumber 802 in September 1912 and retired in October 1959 and scrapped. It was involved in a head on collision between 1908 and 1912, and I would appreciate any information on this wreck.

807, Class D10e, was built by Montreal in October 1908, #45601, as 2607. It was renumbered 807 in September 1913 and retired in September 1960 and scrapped.

809, Class D10e, was built by Montreal in October 1908, #45603, as 2609. It was renumbered 809 in September 1913 and retired in September 1956 and scrapped.

815, Class D10e, was built by Montreal in November 1908, #45719, as 2615. It was renumbered 815 in January 1914 and retired in September 1960 and scrapped.

833, Class D10e, was built by Montreal in September 1909, #46542, as 2633. It was renumbered 833 in January 1914 and retired in July 1959 and scrapped.

836, Class D10e, was built by Montreal in September 1909, #46545, as 2636. It was renumbered 836 in November 1913 and retired in November 1957 and scrapped.

839, Class D10e, was built by Montreal in September 1909, #46548, as 2639. It was renumbered 839 in April 1914 and retired in November 1956 and scrapped.

840, Class D10e, was built by Montreal in October 1909, #46549, as 2640. It was renumbered 840 in September 1913 and retired in December 1959 and scrapped.

847, Class D10e, was built by Montreal in October 1909, #46556, as 2647.  It was renumbered 847 in February 1913 and retired in January 1959 and scrapped.

853, Class D10e, was built at Angus in March 1910 as 2653. It was renumbered 853 in February 1914 and retired in July 1958 and scrapped.

854, Class D10e, was built at Angus in March 1910 as 2654. It was renumbered 854 in January 1914 and retired in November 1955 and scrapped.

857, Class D10e, was built at Angus in April 1910 as 2657. It was renumbered 857 in February 1914 and retired in February 1960 and scrapped.

859, Class D10e, was built at Angus in June 1910 as 2659.  It was renumbered 859 in October 1913 and retired in March 1956 and scrapped.

861, Class D10e, was built at Angus in July 1910 as 2661. It was renumbered 861 in October 1913 and retired in September 1959 and scrapped.

870, Class D10g, was built at Angus in August 1910 as Montreal & Atlantic 2670. It was renumbered 870 in November 1913 and was relettered CPR 870 in 1932. It was retired in August 1960 and scrapped.

871, Class D10g, was built at Angus in August 1910 as 2671. It was renumbered 871 in March 1913 and became Quebec Central 871, Class D10g, in 1954. It was retired in January 1961 and scrapped.

877, Class D10g, was built at Angus in September 1910 as 2677. It was renumbered 877 in November 1913 and retired in April 1953 and scrapped.

891, Class D10g, was built at Angus in January 1911 as 2691. It was renumbered 891 in July 1913 and retired in December 1959 and scrapped.

909, Class D10g, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in June 1911, #981, as 2709.  It was renumbered 909 in September 1913 and retired in March 1959 and scrapped.

915, Class D10g, was built at Angus in June 1911 as 2715. It was renumbered 915 in December 1913 and retired in June 1959 and scrapped.

929, Class D10g, was built at Angus in August 1911 as 2729. It was renumbered 929 in June 1913 and retired in July 1956 and scrapped.

930, Class D10g, was built at Angus in August 1911 as 2730. It was renumbered 930 in June 1913 and retired in May 1960 and scrapped.

933, Class D10g, was built at Angus in August 1911 as 2733. It was renumbered 933 in March 1913 and retired in December 1959 and scrapped.

957, Class D10g, was built at Angus in November 1911 as 2757. It was renumbered 957 in September 1912 and retired in October 1955 and scrapped.

989, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in May 1912, #50963, as 2764. It was renumbered 989 in January 1913 and was retired in March 1960 and scrapped.

991, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in May 1912, #50965, as 2766. It was renumbered 991 in August 1913 and was retired in July 1959 and scrapped.

993, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in May 1912, #50967, as 2768. It was renumbered 993 in May 1913 and was retired in June 1958 and scrapped.

999, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in May 1912, #50973, as 2774. It was renumbered 999 in March 1913 and became Dominion Atlantic 999 in May 1937. It was returned to CP 999 in July 1953 and retired in March 1963. It is now preserved at the Canadian Railway Museum.

1002, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in May 1912, #50976, as 2777. It was renumbered 1002 in February 1914 and was retired in February 1961 and scrapped.

1007, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in June 1912, #50981, as 2782. It was renumbered 1007 in December 1913 and was retired in February 1960 and scrapped.

1015, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in June 1912, #50989, as 2790. It was renumbered 1015 in December 1913 and was retired in September 1960 and scrapped.

1017, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in June 1912, #50991, as 2792. It was renumbered 1017 in October 1913 and was retired in October 1957 and scrapped.

1029, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in June 1912, #51003, as 2804. It was renumbered 1029 in May 1913 and was retired in November 1958 and scrapped.

1031, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in July 1912, #51005, as 2806. It was renumbered 1031 in June 1913 and was retired in December 1954 and scrapped.

1032, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in July 1912, #51006, as 2807. It was renumbered 1032 in July 1913 and was retired in June 1958 and scrapped.

1036, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in July 1912, #51010, as 2811. It was renumbered 1036 in May 1913 and was retired in March 1959 and scrapped.

1050, Class D10h, was built by Montreal in December 1912, #52067. It was retired in November 1959 and scrapped.

1098, Class D10h, was built by Canadian Locomotive in November 1913, #1134. It was retired in December 1961 and acquired by the Steamtown Foundation.

963, Class D10j, was built by Montreal in August 1912, #51098. It was retired in September 1956 and scrapped.

972, Class D10j, was built by Montreal in August 1912, #51106. It was retired in January 1966 and sold to George M. Hart.

981, Class D10j, was built by Montreal in August 1912, #51115. It was retired in June 1959 and scrapped.

983, Class D10j, was built by Montreal in August 1912, #51117. It was retired in November 1959 and scrapped.

1063, Class D10j, was built by Alco-Schenectady in October 1912, #52100. It was retired in December 1958 and scrapped.

1072, Class D10k, was built by Alco-Schenectady in October 1912, #52109. It never was a Quebec Central locomotive despite the tender lettering. This was an error. It was retired in May 1961 and scrapped.

1083, Class D10k, was built by Alco-Schenectady in October 1912, #52120. It was retired in August 1960 and scrapped.

2036, Class E4d, was built Delorimier in December 1899, #1303, as 217, Class ST3. It was renumbered in December 1907 as 836, Class E4b. It was rebuilt later as Class E4d. In April 1913 it was renumbered 2036 and retired in April 1936 and scrapped.

2046, Class E4d, was built at Delorimier in July 1900, #1332, as 227, Class ST3. It was renumbered in December 1907 as 846, Class E4c. In July 1911 it simpled and became Class E4d. It was renumbered 2046 in September 1913 and scrapped in July 1935.

2066, Class E5d, was built at Delorimier in November 1902, #1361, as 817, Class ST7. It was renumbered 866, Class E5d, in October 1907. In August 1912 it was renumbered 2066 and retired in September 1938 and scrapped.

2087, Class E5e, was built by North British in July 1903, #15869, as 838, Class ST7. It was renumbered 887, Class E5e, in April 1906. In April 1913 it was renumbered 2087 and retired in October 1939 and scrapped.

 

 

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