SP&S Class L-4 - Numbering

Numbering

Upon the acquisition of the A&CR by the SP&S both locomotives were renumbered and placed into Class L-4. A&CR Number 6 was renumbered SP&S number 53 on February 24, 1911. A&CR Number 7 was renumbered SP&S number 54 on February 24, 1911.

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