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C-5 12941141 viewsNo. 1294 is a rebuilt 1888 Schenectady 4-4-0. Place, date and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog
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C-5 6251030 viewsThe 4-4-0 was built by Schenectady in 1888 and rebuilt by the C&NW about 30 years latter. The location of the steam dome indicates a new boiler. The negative is dated August 23, 1930 but place and photographer are unidentified. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW B-5s 473 Minneapolis, MI1071 viewsThe B-5 class was the largest group of 0-6-0's on the Chicago Great Western: fifteen engines built by Baldwin in 1915 and 1916. S.W.Henderson found No. 473 in Minneapolis on an unspecified date. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW D-2 105961 viewsChicago Great Western 105 was built by Cooke in 1888 and sold in 1918 to the Kansas City Northwestern. The class D-2 Mogul is possibly at the Oelwein Shops transfer table post 1910 reclassification, photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW D-3s 121061 viewsBuilt by Schenectady in 1914, Chicago Great Wetern No. 12 was one of several locomotives aquired from the St.Paul Bridge & Terminal RR in 1934. The D-3s is not a true Mogul but an 0-6-0 switcher with pony wheels added. Place, date and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW E-75 5051046 viewsChicago Great Western No.505 was built by Baldwin in 1910 and scrapped in 1950. After 1930 the Chicago Great Western rostered only six 4-6-0's, all E-75 class engines built by Baldwin 1910 with 73' drivers built for passenger service. No. 505 is at an unknown location, date and photographer unidentified. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW E-75 5051043 viewsChicago Great Western 505 has been fitted with a coal stoker which indicates the 4-6-0 is a top class passenger engine. The new tender holds the stoker engine behind the door next to the entry steps. Baldwin built the E-75 in 1910. Date, place and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW E-75 5061016 viewsChicago Great Western 4-6-0 No. 506 was built by Baldwin in 1910 but her spoked drivers have been replaced with modern boxpok type drivers. It appears a Pullman carries the markers on this train but the date, place and photographer are not identified. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW F-7B 276 Mankato MN1262 viewsThe 2-6-2 was the most numerous type on the Chicago Great Wester: 95 were built in 1902 and 1903. However, 29 were rebuilt, mainly as 4-6-2's, and only nine remained on the roster as 2-6-2's from 1933 to 1950. An unidentified photographer found No.276 at Mankato, Minnesota in September 1949. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.l
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CGW G-3B 3351000 viewsChicago Great Western No. 335 has somewhat unusual Clark steam admission valves(above the main cylinders). The G-3B was built by Baldwin in 1909 and scrapped in 1948. Place, date and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW G-3s 320 Austin, MI1000 viewsThe Chicago Great Western G-3s 2-8-0 was built by Baldwin in 1909 and was scrapped in 1950. An unidentified photographer found No. 320 in Austin, Minnesota on June 29, 1946. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW G-3s 347790 viewsThe Chicago Great Western owned forty G-3 engines in two subclasses. Half were built by Baldwin in 1909 and the rest in 1910. No. 347 was built in 1910 and scrapped in 1950. Date, place and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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