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Electro-Motive SDP40F Diesels

503 was built in June 1973, #72694-4, FN 72694-4.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 282 in April 1978.

505 was built in June 1973, #72694-6, FN 72694-6.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 363 in April 1981.

509 was built in March 1973, #72694-10, FN 72694-10.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 372 in June 1981.

511 was built in March 1973, #72694-12, FN 72691-12.  It was sold to Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe as 511 in September 1984 and rebuilt at San Bernardino in April 1985 as 5251, Class 5250. It later became Burlington Northern Santa Fe 6961, Class SDF40-2, in January 2000, and retired in May 2002.

517 was built in July 1973, #72694-18, FN 72694-18.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 378 in June 1981.

518 was built in July 1973, #72694-19, FN 72694-19.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 383 in July 1981.

526 was built in June 1973, #72694-27, FN 72694-27. It was sold to AT&SF as 526 in September 1984 and rebuilt at San Bernardino in February 1985 as 5255, Class 5250. It later became BNSF 6965, Class SDF40-2, on February 11, 1998, and retired in May 2002.

527 was built in July 1973, #72694-28, FN 72694-28.  It traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 379 in June 1981.

530 was built in July 1973, #72694-31, FN 72694-31.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 385 in July 1981.

549 was built in April 1974, #73683-10, FN 73683-10.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 287 in April 1987.

550 was built in April 1974, #73683-11, FN 73683-11.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 294 in July 1979,

555 was built in April 1974, #73638-16, FN 73638-16.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 281 in April 1978.

605 was built in January 1974, #74611-26, FN 74611-26.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive as F40PH 312 in August 1979.

609 was built in June 1974, #74611-30, FN 74611-30.  It was returned to General Motors Corp as EMD 169 in January 1983 and served for testing purposes at first.

611 was built in June 1974, #74611-32, FN 74611-32.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in December 1987.

627 was built in June 1974, #74611-48, FN 74611-48.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in December 1987.

630 was built in June 1974, #74611-51, FN 74611-51.  It was sold to AT&SF as 630 in September 1984 and rebuilt at San Bernardino in February 1985 as 5253, Class 5250. It later became BNSF 6963, Class SDF40-2, on October 16, 1998, and retired in May 2002.

633 was built in July 1974, #74611-54, FN 74611-54.  It was sold to AT&SF as 633 in September 1984 and rebuilt at San Bernardino in March 1985 as 5259, Class 5250. It later became BNSF 6969, Class SDF40-2, on May 18, 1998. and retired in May 2002.  It was scrapped by Erman Corp on October 18, 2002.

635 was built in July 1974, #74611-56, FN 74611-56.  It was sold to AT&SF as 635 in September 1984 and rebuilt at San Bernardino in March 1985 as 5254, Class 5250. It later became BNSF 6964, Class SDF40-2, on March 24, 1994. and retired in May 2002.  It was scrapped by Erman Corp in 2002.

644 was built in August 1974, #74611-65, FN 74611-65.  It was sold to AT&SF 644 in September 1984 and rebuilt at San Bernardino in May 1985 as 5266. Class 5250.  It later became BNSF 6976, Class SDF40-2, on April 2, 1998, and retired in May 2002.  It was sold to Chris Fussell and sent to Northwest Rail Museum as NRMX 644.  It was leased to Portland & Western.

649 was built in September 1974, #74611-70, FN 74611-70. It was sold to AT&SF as 649 in September 1984 and rebuilt at San Bernardino in April 1985 as 5265, Class 5250. It later became BNSF 6975, Class SDF40-2, on February 12, 1996. and retired in May 2002.

 

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