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701, Class GS-1, was built by Baldwin in May 1930, #61391.  It was transferred as Southern Pacific 2nd 4400, Class GS-1, on January 23, 1953, and renumbered 4471 on July 3, 1953.  It was retired on December 16, 1955, and scrapped at Los Angeles on January 20, 1956.

704, Class GS-1. was built by Baldwin in June 1930, #61430, as SP 4406, Class GS-1.  It got smoke deflectors in Sacramento on July 31, 1934.  It was sold as T&NO 704, Class GS-1, on March 18, 1941, and sold for scrap to Houston Compressed Steel on July 12, 1954.

705, Class GS-1. was built by Baldwin in July 1930, #61431, as SP 4407, Class GS-1.  It got smoke deflectors in Sacramento on May 17, 1934.  It was sold as T&NO 705, Class GS-1, on March 18, 1941, and returned as SP 4407 on April 20, 1953.  It was retired on December 27, 1954, and sold for scrap to Purdy Co on June 1, 1955.

706, Class GS-1. was built by Baldwin in July 1930, #61432, as SP 4408, Class GS-1.  It got smoke deflectors in Sacramento on May 31, 1934.  It was sold as T&NO 706, Class GS-1, on May 6, 1941, and returned as SP 4408 on April 30, 1953.  It was retired on June 12, 1955, and sold for scrap to Purdy Co on August 15, 1953.

707, Class GS-1. was built by Baldwin in July 1930, #61433, as SP 4409, Class GS-1.  It got smoke deflectors in Sacramento on November 14, 1934.  It was sold as T&NO 707, Class GS-1, on June 7, 1941, and returned as SP 4409 on June 11, 1953.  It was retired on June 6, 1955, and sold for scrap to Purdy Co on September 16, 1955.

709, Class GS-1, was built by Baldwin in June 1930, #61413, as SP 1st 4403, Class GS-1.  It was transferred as T&NO 709, Class GS-1, on November 6, 1943, and returned as SP 4471, Class GS-1, on October 12, 1952.  It was renumbered 4403, Class GS-1, on July 8, 1953.  It was retired on June 6, 1955, and sold for scrap to Purdy Co on August 15, 1955.

 

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