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... Class H covered the 4-4-0 "American" type ... Milwaukee Road class H1 Milwaukee Road class H2 Milwaukee Road class H3 Milwaukee Road class H4 Milwaukee Road class H5 Class Quantity Builder Built Retired ... H6-c 4 Brooks 1888–1889 17 ... × 24 432×610 62 1.575 Acquired 1893 with Milwaukee and Northern H6-d 31 R ...
... Milwaukee Road class EF-1 Thirty 2-unit boxcab sets (60 locomotives) built in 1915 by ALCO/GE, identical to EP-1 but for gearing and paint ... Milwaukee Road class EF-2 3-unit boxcab sets formed from EF-1s in the 1930s ... Milwaukee Road class EF-3 3-unit boxcab sets formed from EF-1s with the middle unit shortened by removing the cab and leading truck the resultant B units were known as "bobtails" ...
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