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Electro-Motive SD45 Diesels

8801, Class EF636-1, was built in August 1966, #31992, FN 7887-2.  It was rebuilt in June 1982 as 7438, Class EF636-LR5.  It was retired on December 29, 1999.

8803, Class EF636-1, was built in August 1966, #31994, FN 7887-4.  It was rebuilt on September 25, 1981, as 7402, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on May 31, 1999.  It was sold to Helm Leasing and resold to Alstom Canada.  It was scrapped in March 2004 by Anpro Demolition Inc.

8807, Class EF636-1, was built in August 1966, #31998, FN 7887-8. It was rebuilt in March 1984 as 7497, Class EF636-LR1.  It was sold to Helm Leasing as 923 in 1994 and later became Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana 1510.

8809, Class EF636-1, was built in August 1966, #32000, FN 7887-10.  It was rebuilt in December 1979 as 7400, Class EF636-R01, and was retired on July 20, 1999.  It was sold as CIT Financial Group 7400 and later renumbered 9500.

8816, Class EF636-1, was built in August 1966, #32007, FN 7887-17.  It was retired in February 1988 and scrapped in July 1988.

8819, Class EF636-1, was built in August 1966, #32010, FN 7887-20  It was rebuilt in May 1982 as 7436, Class EF636LR-5 and retired on June 30, 1999.

8820, Class EF636-1, was built in August 1966, #32011, FN 7887-21.  It was sold and rebuilt as Morrison Knudsen Co  8302 in August 1980 and later rebuilt as 9002.  It was transferred as Motive Power Industries 9002 on January 1, 1997, and resold as Helm 9002.

8828, Class EF636-1, was built in August 1966m #32019, FN 7887-29.  It was rebuilt in October 1981 as 7407, Class EF636LR-5, and was retired on April 30, 1999.  It was sold to Boise Locomotive on September 30, 1999, and rebuilt at Alstom as CIT Financial  CEFX 3119, SD40-3.

8834, Class EF636-1, was built in September 1966, #32025, FN 7887-35.  It was rebuilt in October 1982 as 7459, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on February 7, 2001.  It was scrapped in August 2002.

8836, Class EF636-1, was built in September 1966, #32027, FN 7887-37.  It was rebuilt on April 30, 1982 as 7434, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on April 30, 1999,  It was sold to Boise Locomotive on November 9, 1999, and sold to Alstom Canada.  It was rebuilt as SD40M-2 as CEFX 3133 on January 31, 2001.  It sold to First Union Rail as SBTX 3133 and sold to Watco as WAMX 4201 in 2014.  It was assigned as Blue Ridge Southern RR.

8837, Class EF636-1, was built in September 1966, #32028, FN 7887-38.  It was rebuilt in November 1981 as 7399, Class EF630-LR2, and sold to VMV in 1998.  It was rebuilt as Union Pacific 4766, a SD40M-2, on September 4, 1999, and renumbered 2816 on September 10, 2001.  It was later Locomotive Leasing Partners 2816 on June 6, 2002.

8840, Class EF636-1, was built in September 1966, #32031, FN 7887-41.  It was rebuilt by National Railway Equipment as UP 4745, Class SD40-2, on April 6, 1999, and renumbered 2795 on December 29, 2001.  It was retired on April 14, 2002, and sold to CIT Financial as CEFX 2795.  It was relettered as CITX 2795 in 2008 and sold to Independent Locomotive Service as ILSX 1326 in 2013.  It was assigned as St Croix Valley RR 1326 in May 2014.

8845, Class EF636-2, was built in February 1967, #32759, FN 7943-1.  It was rebuilt in December 1981 as 7416, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on April 30, 1999,  It was sold to Boise Locomotive on September 30, 1999, and was later rebuilt at Alston as CIT Financial 3136.

8850, Class EF636-2, was built in February 1967, #32764, FN 7943-6.  It was rebuilt in December 1981 as 7418, Class EF636KR-5, and retired on November 9, 1997.  It was sold to VMV on November 16, 1997, and was rebuilt as SD40-3 Helm Leasing Corp 6404 on March 12. 1998.

8852, Class EF636-2, was built in February 1967, #32766, FN 7964-8.  It was rebuilt in April 1982 as 7433, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on January 26, 2000.

8853, Class EF636-2, was built in February 1967, #32767, FN 7964-9. It was rebuilt in December 1981 as 7420, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on November 20, 2000.

8856, Class EF636-2, was built in February 1967, #32770, FN 7954-12.  It was rebuilt in January 1982 as 7422, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on November 30, 1996.

8860, Class EF6362, was built in February 1967, #32774, FN 7954-16.  It was rebuilt in August 1982 as 7454, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on November 20, 2000.  It was sold to Larry's Truck Equipment as LTEX 7454 in June 2002 and scrapped in June 2008.

8863, Class EF636-2, was built in February 1967, #32777, FN 7954-19.  It was rebuilt in January 1982 as 7424, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on April 30, 1999.  It was rebuilt at Alstom as CIT Finanacial Group 3151.

8865, Class EF636-2, was built in March 1967, #32779, FN 7954-21.  It was rebuilt in February 1982 as 7425, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on May 31, 1999.

8867, Class EF636-2, was built in March 1967, #32781, FN 7954-23.  It was rebuilt in February 1982 as 7426, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on June 17, 2001.  It was sold as LTEX 7426.

8868, Class EF636-2, was built in March 1967, #32782, FN 7954-24,  It was rebuilt in February 1982 as 7427, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on February 7, 2001.  It was sold as LTEX 7427 and sold as Nebraska Kansas & Colorado Ry 7427.

8869, Class EF636-2, was built in March 1967, #32783, FN 7954-24.  It was rebuilt in August 1982 as 7455, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on April 30, 1999.  It was sold to Boise Locomotive on September 30, 1999, and rebuilt as CIT Financial Group CEFX 3129, SD40-3.

8876, Class EF636-2, was built in March 1967, #32790, FN 7954-32.  It was rebuilt in June 1982 as 7443, Class EF636LR-5.  It was rebuilt in December 2002 as MRS Logistics 5313-1, SD40-3MP.

8882, Class EF636-2, was built in March 1967, #32796, FN 7954-38.  It was rebuilt in July 1982, Class EF636LR-5.  It was retired on February 28, 1999, and sold to Boise Locomotive on September 30, 1999.  It was rebuilt as CEFX 3140.

8884, Class EF636-2, was built in March 1967, #32798, FN 7954-40. It was rebuilt in July 1982 as 7447, Class EF636LR-5. It was retired in April 30, 1999, and sold to Boise Locomotive September 30, 1999. It was rebuilt as CEFX 3116.

8885, Class EF636-2, was built in March 1967, #32799, FN 7954-41.  It was rebuilt in November 1981 as 7414, Class EF636LR-5, and was retired on May 22, 2001.  It was sold for scrap to Larry's Truck Equipment Co.

8886, Class EF636-2, was built in March 1967, #32800, FN 7954-42.  It was rebuilt in August 1982 as 7453, Class EF636LR-5.  It was retired on April 30, 1999, and sold to Boise Locomotive on September 30, 1999.  It was rebuilt by Alsthom as CIT 3131, SD40-3.

8888, Class EF636-2, was built in March 1967, #32802, FN 7954-44. It was rebuilt in July 1982 as 7448, Class EF636LR-5. It was retired on May 10, 1997, and sold to Boise Locomotive on April 15, 1999. It was rebuilt as CIT 3117.

8899, Class EF636-2, was built in April 1967, #32813, FN 7971-6. It was rebuilt in March 1982 as 7430, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on September 24, 1998.

8902, Class EF636-2, was built in April 1967, #32816, FN 7971-9.  It was rebuilt in January 1983 as 7465, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on October 29, 1999.  It was sold as Terminal RR of St Louis 3004 and renumbered 300.

8906, Class EF636-2, was built in May 1967, #32820, FN 7971-13.  It was rebuilt as 7544, Class EF636LR-3.  It was sold to Montana Rail Link as 7544 in December 1996 and rebuilt as 318.  It was scrapped in May 2014.

8907, Class EF636-2, was built in May 1967, #32821, FN 7971-14. It was rebuilt at Sacramento as 7520, Class EF636LR-1, in August 1984 and retired on January 29, 1999.  It was sold to Boise Locomotive Co  and rebuilt by Alsthom  for CIT Finanacial Group as CEFX 3152.

8910, Class EF636-2, was built in May 1967, #32824, FN 7971-17.  It was retired and scrapped in July 1988,

8911, Class EF636-2, was built in May 1967, #32825, FN 7971-18,  It was rebuilt in January 1983 as 7466, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on August 27, 1997.  It was sold to Electro-Motive on October 31, 1998, and scrapped at VMV in 2002.

8913, Class EF636-2, was built in May 1967, #32827, FN 7971-20.  It was rebuilt as February 1983 as 7467, Class EF636LR-5, and retired on April 30, 1999.  It was sold to Boise Locomotive and rebuilt CEFX 3120.  It was sold as Fort Worth & Western 2024 in June 2013.

8917, Class EF636-2, was built in May 1967, #32831, FN 7974-24.  It was rebuilt in April 1984 as 7503, Class EF636L2-5.  It was retired on April 30, 1999, and sold to Boise Locomotive on September 30, 1999.  It was rebuilt by Alsthom as CIT 3134.  It was sold as Maryland Midland RR 3404 and renumbered 3449 in 2014. 

8921, Class EF636-2, was built in May 1967, #32835, FN 7971-28.  It was rebuilt in April 1984 as 7500, Class EF636LR-1, and rebuilt on May 15, 2000.  It later resold as CIT 9500.

8929, Class EF636-2, was built in June 1967, #32843, FN 7971-36.  It was rebuilt in May 1983 as 7473, Class EF636LR-2 and retired on April 30, 1999, and sold to Boise Locomotive Co on September 30, 1999.  It was rebuilt as CEFX 3148, SD40-3.  It was sold as MMID 3406 and renumbered 3451 in 2014.

8932, Class EF636-2, was built in July 1967, #32846, FN 7971-39.  It was rebuilt April 1983 as 7471, Class EF636R-1, and retired on April 30, 1999.  It was sold to Boise Locomotive and rebuilt as CIT 3118.

8935, Class EF636-3, was built in February 1968, #33632, FN 7082-1.  It was sold in May 1990 and rebuilt as MPI 9018.  It was transferred as MK 9018 and back as MP 9018 and as Helm 9018 in May 1996.

8938, Class EF636-3, was built in February 1968, #33635, FN 7802-4. It was rebuilt in May 1984 as 7505, Class EF636LR-1. It was wrecked at Momence, IL, on March 23, 1999, and retired on March 31. It was sold to Boise Locomotive on September 30, 1999.

8941, Class EF636-3, was built in February 1968, #33638, FN 7082-7. It was rebuilt in January 1986 as 7562, Class EF636LR-3. It was sold to Helm Leasing as 7562 in 1995 and then sold in 1996 as Buffalo & Pittsburgh 453. It was sold to Larry's Truck Equipment Co in May 2012.  It was scrapped in 2012.

8951, Class EF636-3, was built in April 1968, #33648, FN 7082-17.  It was retired in 1989 and rebuilt by Morrison Knudsen in November 1990 as CSX Transportation 8488, Class SD40-2, on November 17, 1990.

8960, Class EF636-3, was built in April 1968, #33657, FN 7082-26.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment Co as NHL 6435, and sold to Morrison Knudsen as MKCX 9526.  It was sold to Helm Leasing Corp as HLCX 7005.  It was sold as Wisconsin Central Ltd 6637 and rebuilt as 7637.

8988, Class EF636-4, was built in January 1969, #34356, FN 7138-7.  It was sold in January 1989 and rebuilt as MPI 9008.  It was transferred as MK 9008 and back as MPI 9008 on January 1997, and resold as Helm 9008.

8996, Class EF636-4, was built in February 1969, #34364, FN 7138-15.  It was sold in March 1990 and rebuilt as MPI 9013.  It was transferred as MK 9013 and back as MPI 9013 in January 1997.  and as Helm 9013.

9003, Class EF636-4, was built in February 1969, #34371, FN 7163-2.  It was rebuilt as 7548, Class EF737LR-4, in 1985 and sold as Montana Rail Link 7548 in December 1996.  It was rebuilt as 322 in April 1998 and scrapped in May 2014.

9005, Class EF636-4, was built in February 1969, #34373, FN 7163-4.  It was rebuilt at Sacramento as 7522, Class EF636LR-1, on September 21, 1984, and rebuilt as HLCX 6402, SD40M.  It was sold as Arizona & California 4002 in 2001.

9007, Class EF636-4, was built in February 1969, #34375, FN 7163-6.  It was rebuilt in 1990 as MPI 9009 and transferred as MK 9009 and back as MPI 9009.  It was sold as HLCX 9009 and sold to Watco as WAMX 4132.

9013, Class EF636-4, was built in February 1969, #34381, FN 7138-26.  It was sold in April 1989 and rebuilt as MPI 9006.  It was transferred as MK 9006 and back as MPI 9006 on January 1, 1997, and resold as Helm 9006.

9026, Class EF636-4, was built in March 1969, #34394, FN 7138-39.  It was rebuilt in February 1986 as 7564, Class EF636LR-3. It was sold to Helm Leasing as 7564 in 1995 and then rebuilt in 1996 as Buffalo & Pittsburgh 455.  It was sold to Larry's Truck Equipment Co in May 2012.

9029, Class EF636-4, was built in March 1969, #34397, FN 7138-41.  It was rebuilt in 1985 as 7547, Class EF636LR-4 and sold as MRL 7547 in December 1996.  It was renumbered 321 and scrapped in May 2014.

9037, Class EF636-4, was built in March 1969, #34405, FN 7164-44.  It was sold in March 1990 and rebuilt as MPI 9010 in June 1990.  It was transferred as MK 9010 and back as MPI 9010 on January 1, 1997.  It was sold as Helm 9010 in May 1996.

9039, Class EF636-4, was built in March 1969, #34407, FN 7138-46.  It was rebuilt in March 1985 as 7543, Class EF636LR-3.  It was sold to MRL 7543 in December 1996  and rebuilt as 317 on June 10, 1997.  It was scrapped in May 2014.

9044, Class EF636-4, was built in March 1969, #34412, FN 7138-51.  It was rebuilt at Sacramento in November 1983 as 7485, Class EF636-R2, and retired on June 30, 1999.  It was sold to Boise Locomotive on September 30, 1999 and was rebuilt at Alston as CEFX 3137. It was sold as Maryland Midland RR 3405 and renumbered 3450 in 2014

9045, Class EF636-4, was built in March 1969, #34413, FN 7164-52.  It was rebuilt at Sacramento in November 1983 as 7486, Class EF636-R2, and sold to CIT Financial Group  as CEFX 9486 on June 10, 1999.  It was sold as Dallas Garland & NorthEastern 9486 on August 1, 2008, but it was not relettered.

9050, Class EF636-4, was built in March 1969, #34418, FN 7164-57.  It was rebuilt in March 1985 as 7542, Class EF636-LR3.  It was sold to Montana Rail Link as 316.

9071, Class EF636-5, was built in March 1969, #34906, FN 7170-3.  It was retired in November 1990 and sold to National Railway Equipment Co in April 1991.

9074, Class EF636-5, was built in March 1969, #34909, FN 7170-6.  It was sold as National Railway Equipment Co 9074 in 1987 and rebuilt by MK Rail as SP 8584 on May 4, 1994, as SD40-3.  It  became Union Pacific 2658 on March 12, 2008.

9079, Class EF636-5, was built in March 1969, #34914, FN 7170-11.   It was sold to Precision National Corp and sold to NRE in November 1997.  It was rebuilt by NRE on April 6, 1999 as UP 4746, SD40-2.  It was renumbered 2796 on December 10, 2001, and retired on April 15, 2002.  It was sold as CEFX 2796.

9080, Class EF636-5, was built in March 1969, #34915, FN 7170-12.  It was scrapped in 1988.

9085, Class EF636-5, was built in April 1969, #34920, FN 7170-17.  It was sold as NRE 9085 in 1987 and rebuilt by MK Rail as SP 8590 on June 25, 1994, as SD40-3.   It became UP 2683 on October 24, 2003, and sold as NREX 2683.

9087, Class EF636-5, was built in April 1969, #34922, FN 7170-19.  It was retired and sold for scrap in December 1987.

9090, Class EF636-5, was built in April 1969, #34825, FN 7170-22.  It was sold in July 1990 to Chrome Crankshaft and rebuilt as MPI 9020.  It was transferred as MK 9020 and back as MPI 9020 and as Helm 9020 in May 1996.

9093, Class EF636-5, was built in April 1969, #34928, FN 7170-25.  It was sold to Wilson Ry Corp on March 26, 1988, and sold to Wisconsin Central Ltd as 9093 in September 1988.  It was then sold to Larry's Truck Equipment as 9093 and then sold to MRL as 350.

9096, Class EF636-5, was built in April 1969, #34931, FN 7170-28.  It was sold in July 1990 to Chrome Crankshaft and rebuilt as MPI 9019.  It was transferred as MK 9019 and back as MPI 9019 and as Helm 9019 in May 1996.

9098, Class EF636-5, was built in April 1969, #34933, FN 7170-30.  It was rebuilt as MPI 9031 in 1990 and became MKCX 9031.  It became HLCX 9031 in May 1996.

9099, Class EF636-5, was built in April 1969, #34934, FN 7170-31.  It was rebuilt by National Railway Equipment as UP 4743, Class SD40-3, on March 23. 1999, and renumbered 2793 on October 16, 2001.  It was returned on April 15, 2002, to CIT Group as CEFX 2793 and relettered as CITX 2793 in 2010.  It was sold to Residual Based Finance Corp as OFOX 2793 in 2014 sold to WATCo as WAMX 4204 in 2014.

9107, Class EF636-5, was built in October 1969, #35199, FN 7183-4.  It was retired in April 1989 and sold to National Railway Equipment Co.  It was rebuilt as MPI 9011 and transferred as MK 9011 and back as MPI 9010 on January 1, 1997.  It was sold as Helm 9011 in May 1996.

9116, Class EF636-6, was built in October 1969, #35208, FN 7178-13.  It was retired in September 1989 and sold to Precision National Corp.

9117, Class EF636-6, was built in December 1969, #35209, FN 7187-14.  It was rebuilt in March 1968 as 7539, Class EF636LR-3.  It was sold as HATX 7539 in 1995 and renumbered as HATX 451.  It was sold as BPRR 451 and sold to Larry's Truck Equipment in July 2012.  It was scrapped in 2012.

9121, Class EF636-6, was built in December 1969, #35213, FN 7187-18.

9130, Class EF636-6, was built in December 1969, #35767, FN 7217-7.  It was sold as NRE 9130 in 1989 and rebuilt by MK Rail as 8585 on May 10, 1994.  It became UP 2661 on March 26, 2003, and sold as Huron & Eastern RR 2661 in May 2012.

9134, Class EF636-6, was built January 1970, #35771, FN 7217-11, as SP  9134, Class EF636-6.  It was rebuilt as 7546, Class EF636LR-3, in 1985 and sold as MRL 7546 in December 1996.  It was renumbered 320 on March 20, 2000, and scrapped in May 2014.

9143, Class EF636-6, was built in March 1970, #35780, FN 7217-20. It was acquired by Utah Ry as 9143 in June 1985 and scrapped in 1991,

9151, Class EF636-6, was built in March 1970, #35788, FN 7217-28.  It was sold as National Helm Leasing 6550 in February 1988 and rebuilt as SD40M-3 on June 18, 1994, as SP 8589.  It was renumbered as Union Pacific 2665, Class SD40M-2, on June 19, 2001.

9505, SD45X, Class EF642-2,  was built in February 1971, #38608, FN 5751-3, as General Motors Corp 4203.  It was sold as SP  9505, Class EF642-2, in December 1972 and sold and rebuilt as MK 8301 in August 1980.  It was scrapped on October 7, 1991.

 

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