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8235, Class B30-7, was built in May 1978, #41897.  It was renumbered 5517 in 1986 and became CSX Transportation 5517, Class B30-7, in 1987.

8241, Class B30-7 was built in May 1978, #41903.  It was renumbered 5523 in 1986 and became CSX 5523, Class B30-7, in 1987.  It was scrapped in June 2011.

8243, Class B30-7, was built in May 1978, #41905.  It was renumbered 5525 in 1986 and became CSX 5525, Class B30-7, in 1987.

8250, Class B30-7, was built in February 1979, #42143.  It was renumbered 5532 in 1986 and became CSX 5532, Class B30-7, in 1987.  It was scrapped at Atlanta in September 2011.

8258, Class B30-7, was built in June 1979, #42282.  It was renumbered 5540 in 1986 and became CSX 5540, Class B30-7, in 1987.

8264, Class B30-7, was built in June 1979, #42288.  It was renumbered 5546 in 1986 and became CSX 5546, Class B30-7, in 1987.  It was scrapped at Atlanta in September 2011.

8273, Class B30-7, was built in January 1980, #42778.  It was renumbered 5555 in 1986 and became CSX 5555, "Spirit of Cartersville", Class B30-7, in 1987.  It was scrapped in July 2011.

8285, Class B30-7, was built in March 1981, #43262.  It was renumbered 5567 in 1986 and became CSX 5567, Class B30-7, in 1987.

8289, Class B30-7, was built in March 1981, #43266.  It was renumbered 5571 in 1986 and became CSX 5571, Class B30-7, in 1987.  It was scrapped in 2010.

 

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