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CGW G-4 602745 viewsChicago Great Western G-4's were upgraded G-3's. No. 602 was G-3 346 built by Baldwin in 1910. Place, date and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW G-4 608723 viewsEx G-3s 336, now No. 608, operated with higher boiler pressure and was consequently more powerful than the unmodified engine. Twelve of the forty 1909-10 Baldwin 2-8-0's were rebuilt as G-4's. Place, date and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW G-4 609697 viewsNo. 609 was one of two G-4's which had a booster engine on the rear tender truck which provided 14,000 lbs. of tractive force in addition to the 54,800 lbs. produced by the main cylinders. The 2-8-0 was built by Baldwin in 1910 as G-3 337. Date, place and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW H-1 604 Oelwein IA816 viewsThe ten 2-6-6-2's built by Baldwin in 1910 worked for the Chicago Great Western for less than six years and were sold to the Clinchfield where they only lasted until 1925. No. 604 is at Oelwein, Iowa in January 1913. Vollrath Collection. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW K-2A 915687 viewsChicago Great Western No.915 was built as a 2-6-2 by Brooks in 1903 and rebuilt as a 4-6-2 in 1910. Twenty-three of the thirty-seven Pacifics were once 2-6-2's. Date, place and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW K-3s 906 Minneapolis, MI697 viewsChicago Great Western 906 was built by Brooks in 1903 and rebuilt as a Pacific in 1912: it was again modified in 1914 and 1924 and not scrapped until 1950. Pictured in Minneapolis on June 17, 1922 by an unidentified photographer. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW K-5s 928701 viewsBaldwin built No. 928 and four sisters in 1913 and three more in 1916. The Chicago Great Western scrapped 925-927 in 1932 but retained 928-932 until 1950. During the first few years of the Great Depression the CGW also scrapped 23 of the small Pacifics converted from 2-6-2's. Date, place and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW K-5s 929712 viewsChicago Great Western No. 929 was built by Baldwin in 1913 and was scrapped in 1950. From 1932 until 1949, the CGW passenger roster consisted of six 4-6-0's, six small Pacifics converted from 2-6-2's , and five K-5s Pacifics. The coal pusher shows clearly in the tender. Place, date and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW K-5s 932805 viewsNo. 932 is the last of the three K-5s Pacifics built for the Chicago Great Western by Baldwin in 1916. They were identical to the five built three years before. The K-5s has been improved by the boxpok main driver. Date, place and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW K3A 9123140 viewsCGW 912, Class K3A 4-6-2 Pacific ,was built by Brooks in 1903. The engine and tender were 70 feet long. The tender carried 11 tons of coal and 6125 gallons of water. Price collection.
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CGW L-1A 721888 viewsChicago Great Western 2-8-2 No. 721 was built by Baldwin in 1920 and scrapped in 1950. Place, date and photographer not identified. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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CGW L-1A 728797 viewsNo. 728 was one of ten 2-8-2's built for the Chicago Great Western in 1920. Place, date and photographer unknown. Submitted by Edward J. Ozog.
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