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108, 35 Ton Motor Car, was built by St Louis Car Co in February 1925, #1352, Electro-Motive #108.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in April 1926 as Chicago & North Western 9900.  It was rebuilt as Sperry Rail Service 126 in August 1937.

511, 1800 HP, was built by General Electric--Electro-Motive in May 1935, #11651, 511.  It was scrapped in 1938.

822, E3A, was built on September 13, 1938, #822, FN E254-A1.  It was sold as Kansas City Southern 1 in April 1939 and renumbered 21 in January 1942.  It was scrapped in January 1064.

103, FTA, was built in March 1939, #1030, FN E390-A1.  It was sold as Cincinnati New Orleans & Texas Pacific (Southern Ry) 6100 and restored as GM 103.

889, NW2, was built on October 10, 1939, #889.  It was sold as Union Pacific 1000 in March 1940 and sold as Stockton Terminal & Eastern RR 1000 in August 1966.  It was sold as Western Pacific 607, Class S-62, in 1969.  It was assigned as Sacramento Northern 607, Class S-62, in 1973 and retired in September 1983.  It was donated in Deer Creek Scenic RR as UP 1000 in October 1984.  It was sold to Nevada State Railroad Museum in March 1993.

905, SW1, was built on August 4, 1939, #905, FN E287-1.  It was sold as Central of Georgia 1, Class DS-1, and resold as Atlanta Stone Mountain & Lithonia Ry 1 on January 17, 1957. 

291A1, F3A, was built on July 31, 1945, #3370, FN E673-A1. It was purchased by Toledo Peoria & Western and renumbered 100. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in September 1963 on GP30 700.

499, BL1, was built in February 1948, #7428, FN E1240-1.  It was sold as Chicago & Eastern Illinois 1602 in 1948 and renumbered 202 in 1949.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive on April 6, 1963.

801, F7A, Class F-7, was built in April 1949, #10081, FN E1314A-1.  It was sold as Great Northern 272-A, Class F-3-7-A, and renumbered 474-A, Class F-3-7-A, in 1954.  It became Burlington Northern 698, Class F-7, in 1970 and sold to Precision National Corp on November 23, 1971.

952, E8A, was built in March 1949, #10306, FN E952-1. It was sold to Chicago Rock Island & Pacific in April 1950 as 643. In March 1981 it went to Chrome Locomotive Co.

922, GP7, was built in October 1949, #10852, FN 6184-1.  It was renumbered 100 in November 1949 and sold as Chicago & North Western 1518 in August 1950.  It was rebuilt at Oelwein as 4311 in October 1972 and retired on August 11, 1986.  It was rebuilt at Green Bay on June 9, 1986, and renumbered as 1518 at Chicago on August 12, 1986.  It was donated to Illinois Railway Museum.

300, GP7, was built in January 1950, #10866, FN 6184-2, as GMC 300,  It was sold as C&NW 1520 in September 1950 and rebuilt at Oelwein as 4313 in August 1972.  It was retired on July 28,1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August 1986.  It was scrapped by St Louis Auto Shredding Co.

801, SW8, was built in October 1950, #13514, FN 6154-1.  It was sold as Georgia Northern RR 13 and renumbered 1015 in 1971.  It was sold as United States Pipe & Foundry Co 01.

1100A, TR6A, was built in November 1950, #13549. It was sold to Southern Pacific as 4600 in April 1951. It was reclassified Class DS-600 and renumbered 1100, Class ES408-1, in 1966.  It was sold to Sierra Pacific Corp as Quincy RR 1100.  In 2004 it was acquired by Feather River Railway Museum.

810, E8A, was built in January 1951, #13676.  It was sold as Delaware Lackawanna & Western 819 in March 1951 and became Erie Lackawanna 810, Class PE-22, in 1960.  It was rebuilt in 1971 as Class FE22-4 and became Consolidated Railroad Corp 4001, Class E8A, in April 1976.  It was retired in January 1978. and was traded in to Electro-Motive.

459A, F7A, was built in August 1952, #17412. It was sold to Union Pacific as 1481 in October 1952. It was retired and sold to Electro-Motive in May 1963.

500, SW8, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1953, #17924.  It was sold as Cuyahoga Valley RR 855 (1954) and sold as International Steel Group 855.

525, GP7m, was built on March 26, 1954, #18789.  Parts were used from Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 107L, Class 100, FT, after it was wrecked at Moline, KS, on October 23, 1953,  It shortly became AT&SF 99, Class 99.  In 1970 it was renumbered 2899, Class 2899. It was rebuilt at Cleburne in July 1981 as 2013, Class 2000. It was retired in July 1991 and sold to Railtex in November 1991 and sent to Dallas Garland & NorthEastern 2013 in April 1992 as one of the first locomotives on the line. It was renumbered 2014 in 1997 due to a numbering conflict within the Railtex fleet.  It was scrapped at Denison, TX, on May 6, 2004.

1000, LWT12, was built in August 1955, #21463. It was assigned and lettered as Pennsylvania RR 1000. It was sold as Chicago Rock Island & Pacific 3 in 1958 and was retired in September 1966.  It was donated to the National Museum of Transportation.

6535, SW900, was built in June 1957, #24007.  In September 1958, it was rebuilt and became Waterloo RR 4.   Later it was sold as Boone Valley Co-op Processing 4 and absorbed as AG Processing 4.

5579, SD24, was built in July 1958, #24701. It was sold to UP as 448 in July 1962 and then rebuilt at Paducah in April 1982 as Illinois Central Gulf 2026.

5625, GP20, was built in August 1960, #26107, FN 5625-1.  It was sold as Southern Pacific 7234, Class DF-620, and renumbered 4084, Class EF420-2.  It was rebuilt as 4117, Class EF420-R02, in August 1977 and retired in March 1993.  It was sold as Great Western Ry 5625 in 1995.

5627, GP20, was built in August 1960, #26109, FN 5625-3.  It was sold as SP 7236, Class DF-620, and renumbered 4086, Class EF420-2, in 1966.  It was rebuilt in 1988 as 4105, Class EF420-2.

5628, GP20, was built in August 1960, #26110, FN 5625-4.  It was sold as SP 7237, Class DF-620, in 1962 and renumbered 4087, Class EF420-2, in 1966.  It was retired in 1987.

5629, GP22, was built in July 1961, #26613, FN 5629-1.  It was rebuilt in October 1961 as 5629, GP30, and later renumbered 1962.  It was sold as Union Pacific 875 in September 1962.  It was retired in October 1982 and sold for scrap to Erman Corp in October 1983.

434B, SD40X, was built in February 1965, #29874.  It was sold as Union Pacific 3041 in February 1966.  It was retired on January 3, 1989, and sold to Wilson Railway Co on March 17, 1989.  It was sold to PLM Leasing Co as 3041 in August 1989 and was rebuilt by Morrison Knudsen on September 30, 1990, as SD40-2.  It was sold to MK and rebuilt on November 19, 1993, as 9051, SD40-3.  It was sold to Helm Leasing as 6399 on August 26, 1996, and leased as  Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicano 1507.  It was returned as HATX 1507.

433A, GP40X, was built in May 1965, #29877. In November 1970 it was sold to Illinois Central as 3075. It was wrecked in January 1974 and rebuilt at Paducah as 2550, GP35, on December 31, 1974.

4351, SD45, was built in December 1965, #31693. In January 1971 it was sold to Illinois Central as 7000 and was scrapped in June 1987.

4203, SD45Xm, was built in February 1971, #38608.  It was sold as Southern Pacific 9505, Class EF642-2, in December 1972 and sold and rebuilt as Morrison Knudsen Corp  8301 in August 1980.  It was scrapped on October 7, 1991.

1976, GM10B, was built in August 1976, #75607-1, FN 75607-1.  It became 4976 in 1976 and retired in 1980s.

9000, GP40X, was built in December 1977, #766068-1.  It was released as Union Pacific 9000 on July 15, 1978, and renumbered 90 on May 28, 1985.  It was renumbered 954 on January 25, 1989, and retired on May 25, 2001.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment in March 2002 and rebuilt at Mount Vernon in June 2005 as Canadian Pacific 4523. a GP38-2.

EMD1, SD60, was built in May 1984, #836054-1, FN 836054-1, and was sold to Consolidated Railroad Corp as 6840, Class SD-60. It later became Norfolk Southern PRR 6701 and sold as CSX Transportation 8790, Class SD-60.

EMD2, SD60, was built in May 1984, #836054-2, FN 836054-2, and was sold to Conrail as 6842, Class SD-60. It later became CSX Transportation 8711, Class SD-60.

EMD3, SD60, was built in July 1984, #836054-3, FN 836054-3.   It was sold to General American Transportation Co as GMTX 9041 in 2009.

EMD4, SD60, was built in May 1984, #836054-4, FN 836054-4.  It was sold to Conrail as 6841, Class SD-60. It later became CSX Transportation 8710, Class SD-60.

EMD8, GP59, was built in June 1985, #836062-1, FN 836062-1.  It was sold as Southern Ry 4606 and became Norfolk Southern 4606, Class GP-59, but never relettered.

EMD9, GP59, was built in June 1985, #836062-2, FN 836062-2.  It was sold as Southern 4607 and became NS 4607, Class GP59.  It was rebuilt in March 2013 as 4650, Class GP39E.

EMD10, GP59, was built in June 1985, #836062-3, FN 836062-3.  It was sold as Southern 4608 and became NS 4608, Class GP-59.  It was rebuilt in January 2014 as 4653, Class GP59E.

EMD5, GP60, was built in October 1985, #836061-1, FN 836061-1.  It was numbered 51 in 1991 and returned as 5 in 1991.  It became Locomotive Leasing Partners 6001 and sold as CSX Transportation 6897, Class GP-60.

EMD6, GP60, was built in October 1985, #836061-2, FN 836061-2.  It became LLPX 6002 and sold as CSX 6898, Class GP-60.

EMD7, GP60, was built in October 1985, #836061-3, FN 836061-3.  It became LLPX 6003 and sold as CSX 6899, Class GP-60.

9501, SD60MAC, was built in June 1991, #896011-2, FN 896011-2.

GM71, SD70ACe, was built in May 2003, #20026404-2, FN 20026404-2.  It became EMDX 71 and sold as Kansas City Southern 3997 in 2006.

GM72, SD70ACe, was built in May 2003, #20026404-3, FN 20026404-3.  It became EMDX 72 and sold as KCS 3998 in 2006.

GM72, SD70ACe, was built in May 2003, #20026404-4, FN 20026404-4.  It became EMDX 73 and sold as KCS 3999 in 2006.

2012, SD70ACe, was built in August 2011, #20106455-01, FN 20106455-01.

1201, SD70ACe, was built at London in May 2012, #20116604A-005, FN 20116604A-005.  It was sold as Arkansas & Missouri 70 in September 2013.

1202, SD70ACe, was built at London in May 2012, #20116604A-001, FN 20116604A-001,  It was sold as A&M 71 in September 2013.

1203, SD70ACe, was built by London in May 2012, #20116604A-002, FN 20116604A-002.  It was sold as A&M 72 in September 2013.

1204, SD70ACe, was built at London in September 2011, #20116604A-003, FN 20116604A-003, as 2112.  It was renumbered 1204 in May 2012 and sold to Texas Utilities Mining Co as TUGX 5308 in January 2014.

1205, SD70ACe, was built at London in September 2011, #20116604A-004, FN 20116604A-004, as 2113.  It was renumbered 1205 in May 2012 and sold as TUGX 5309 in January 2014.

1206, SD70ACe, was built at London in July 2012, #20116676-001, FN 20116676-001.  It was sold as Canadian National 8100 in December 2013.

1207, SD70ACe, was built at London in July 2012, #20116676-002, FN 20116676-002.  It was rebuilt as P4 testbed.

1208, SD70ACe, was built at London in July 2012, #20116676-003, FN 20116676-003.  It was sold as CN 8101 in December 2013.

1209, SD70ACe, was built at London in July 2012, #20116676-004, FN 20116676-004.  It was sold as CN 8102 in December 2013.

1210, SD70ACe, was built at London in July 2012, #20116676-005, FN 20116676-005.  It was sold as CN 8103 in December 2013.

 

 

 

ET800, locomotive test car, was built by Pullman-Standard on April 20, 1939, #6567, as Southern Pacific 400 "American Milemaster", observation.  It was renumbered 9500 in November 1949 and rebuilt in 1957.  It was sold EMD as ET800 (locomotive test car) in 1965 and became Consolidated Railroad Corp 22, rail analyzer car, in February 1985. 

 

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