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LOP&G 100 at Perry in 1938. From the State of Florida Photographic Archives.



LOP&G 101 at Perry in 1933. From the State of Florida Photographic Archives.


The LOP&G 102 at the Live Oak shop in 1939. From John B. Allen and in the collection of Donald R. Hensley, Jr.




LOP&G 103 at Georgia Car & Locomotive works in Atlanta, Ga. From John B. Allen in the collection of Donald R. Hensley, Jr. Has anyone out there seen an actual photo of this lettered for LOP&G 103? For years historians thought there was a LOP&G 123 because of an error by a clerk at GC&L and a poor photo of # 100 that had a fuzzy number that looked just like 123. But that photo turned out to be the # 100 after comparing it with other photos of the #100 and the so call #123 did not match this actual photo of the #103!

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