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204 was built in January 1966, #31068, FN 7844-5.  It became Grand Trunk Western 6204, Class GR-420d, in 1984.  It was retired on March 5, 1999, and was later rebuilt by Transcona as Locomotive Leasing Partners 2226.  It became General American Transportation Co GMTX 2263 on April 30, 2014

205 was built in September 1969, #35291, FN 7188-1.  It became GTW 6205, Class GR-420d, in 1984.

208 was built in May 1970, #36339, FN 7258-7, as 216.  It was renumbered 208 in May 1970 and became GTW 6208, Class DF-420e, in 1984.

213 was built in April 1970, #36336, FN 7258-4.  It became GTW 6213, Class GR-430a, in 1984, and then sold as LLPX 2213.  It became GMTX 2250 on November 14, 2013.

214 was built in April 1970, #36337, FN 7258-5.  It became GTW 6214, Class DF-430e, in 1984, and then sold to LLP as 2215 in 1999.

216 was built in July 1971, #36867, FN 7287-2.  It became GTW 6216, Class GR-420f,  in 1984 and retired on April 6, 1999.  It was sold to LLP and rebuilt at Transcona as LLPX 2223.

217 was built in July 1971, #36868, FN 7287-3.  It became GTW 6217, Class GR-420f, in 1984 and retired on April 6, 1999.  It was sold to LLP and rebuilt at Transcona as LLPX 2224.  It became GMTX 2261 on April 22, 2014.

218 was built in July 1971, #36869, FN 7287-4.  It became GTW 6218, Class GR-420f, in 1984 and retired on April 6, 1999.  It was sold to LLP and rebuilt at Transcona as LLPX 2221.

 

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