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No Number was built by General Electric in 1921, #7897, as a demo.  It was sold as Hutchinson & Northern Ry 1 in 1923 and acquired by Orange Empire Railway Museum in 1970.

1 was built by GE in 1893, #1437, for the Columbian Exposition.  It was sold as Manufacturer RR 1 in 1893 and became New York New Haven & Hartford RR 1.  It was rebuilt by GE in 1901, #1607, and sold as Joe Cushing RR 1 in 1905.  It was purchased by GE for preservation in 1948 and given to National Museum of Transportation in 1964.

1, Steam Turbine, was built by GE in January 1938, #12136.  It was leased as Union Pacific 1 on April 4, 1939, and returned to GE on January 17, 1939.

1, 45 Ton, was built by GE in August 1941, #13057.  It was sold as Pittsburgh Allegheny & McKees Rocks 3 and sold as Groveton Paper Co 1.  It was sold as Livonia Avon & Lakeville 97 in September 1964 and resold as Rochester Gas & Electric Co no number in April 1965.

2, 44 Ton, was built by GE in May 1956, #32553.

7, 45 Ton, was built by GE in April 1941, #13009.  It was sold as Wisconsin Power & Light Co, no number, and later became Alliant Energy, no number.

19, 80 Ton, was built by GE in March 1947, #28689.  It was sold as Berskshire Southern Ry 19 in July 1984.

51, U25B, was built by General Electric in July 1963, #34565.  It was sold as St Louis-San Francisco 815.  It became Burlington Northern  5217, Class U-23-B, in December 1980 and retired in September 1981.  It was sold to Precision National Corp.

52, U25B, was built by General Electric in July 1963, #34564.  It was sold as SL-SF 814.  It became BN 5216, Class U-23-B, in December 1980 and retired in September 1981.  It was sold to Precision National Corp.

53, U25B, was built by General Electric in July 1963, #34561.  It was sold as SL-SF 812.  It became BN 5214, Class U25B, in December 1980 and retired in October 1981.  It was sold to Precision National Corp.

54, U25B, was built by General Electric in July 1963, #34562.  It was sold as SL-SF 813.  It became BN 5215, Class U-25-B, in December 1980 and retired in October 1981.  It was sold to Precision National Corp.

55, U25B, was built by General Electric in July 1963, #34563.  It was sold as SL-SF 811.  It became BN 5213, Class U25B, in December 1980 and retired in October 1981.  It was sold to Precision National Corp.

301, U30B, was built by GE in May 1966, #35880. It was later sold as Chesapeake & Ohio 8224, Class U30B, in 1974. It later was numbered 5352 became CSX Transportation 5352, Class U30B..

303, U36B, was built by GE in June 1966, #35935.  It was rebuilt as Western Pacific 770, Class RS-70, U30B, and renumbered 3070 in June 1972.  It was retired in October 1980 and sold to Levin Metals.

536, C30-7, was built by GE in October 1978, #42082, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 8060, Class 8058. It was retired in March 1994 and sold to General Electric Corp. It was then sold to Conrail Leasing Co as 536 in March 1994 and later became Consolidated Railroad Corp 536, Class C30-7. It was returned to GE as 536 in January 1999 and then sold to Helm Leasing. It was rebuilt as C36M on May 14, 1999, as Union Pacific 572. It was returned to Helm Leasing Corp as 572 on March 1, 2000.

537, C30-7, was built by GE in October 1978, #42083, as AT&SF 8061, Class 8058.  It was retired in March 1984 and sold to General Electric as 8061.  It was sold as Conrail Leasing 537 in March 1994 and later became Conrail 537, Class C30-7.  It was returned to GE as 537 in January 1999 and sold to Helm.  It was rebuilt as C36M on June 22, 1999, as UP 575.  It was returned as Helm 575 on March 1, 2000.

586, C30-7, was built by GE in June 1978, #41711, as AT&SF 8044, Class 8010. It was retired and sold to General Electric Corp as 8044. It was renumbered as 586. It was rebuilt in September 1999 as C36M and leased to UP as 595 on October 1, 1999. It was returned as Helm Leasing 595 on March 1, 2000.

0593, C30-7, was built by General Electric in May 1979, #42398, as AT&SF 8087, Class 8064.  It was retired in June 1994 and sold to General Electric as 8087.  It was renumbered as 0593 in 1997 and sold as Helm 593 in 1999.

606, B36-8, was built by General Electric in October 1982, #42999.  It was rebuilt as 808, B39-8E, in 1986 and updated as B40-8.  It was rebuilt as 809, B40-8W, in 1988.

750 was built by General Electric in December 1948, #29927, as Sovjetzkije Zeleznyje Dorogi A1605, and became GE 750. It was purchased and rebuilt as Chicago Milwaukee St Paul & Pacific E70 in August 1950. It was retired on July 8, 1974.

752, U25B, was built by General Electric in June 1959, #33506.  It was scrapped around 2000.

753, U25B, was built by General Electric in January 1961, #34220.  It was sold as St Louis-San Francisco 804.

753, SD40-2, was built by General Motors in September 1980, #A3947, as British Columbia Ry 753.  It was sold to GE as 753 in 2003 and sold to Iowa Chicago & Eastern as 6451 in April 2004.

1304 was built by St Louis Car Co in 1939 as Capital Transit Co 1304.  It was sold to GE in 1961 for test purposes.

1399, 44 Ton, was built in February 1947, #28344.  It was sold as Union Pacific 1399 on May 8, 1947, and renumbered UPMW 03999 in October 1956.  It was renumbered UPMW 903999 in October 1959 and rebuilt in February 1973.  It was retired in June 1974 and sold to Diesel Supply in June 1974.  It was sold as General Dynamics, Electric Boat Division "Diane" in August 1974 and donated to Danbury Railroad Museum in July 2006.

2000, B23-S7R, was built by GE on June 23, 1972, #38409, as Western Pacific 2263, an U23B. It was assigned Union Pacific 531 in December 1982 but was retired on November 19, 1987. It was sold to GE in February 1988 and rebuilt at Erie in April 1989 as GECX 2000. It was sold to Providence & Worcester as 2215 in 1998.

2002, B23-S7R, was built by GE on June 7, 1972, #38403, as WP 2257, and U23B. It was assigned UP 525 in December 1972 but was retired on November 19, 1987. It was sold to GE in February 1988 and rebuilt at Erie in April 1989 as GECX 2002. It was sold to P&W as 2216 in 1998.

2024, ES44AC, was built by GE in August 2013, #61742.

2350, S2, was built Alco in July 1945, #73502, as AT&SF 2350, Class 2322.  It was retired on December 7, 1977, and sold as GE Power Systems 2350.  It went to Gulf Coast Railroad Museum in 1999 and donated to Rosenberg Railroad Museum in March 2014.

2501, U25B, was built by General Electric in February 1962, #34239.  It was sold to Union Pacific as 633 in July 1962 and retired in September 1972. They sold it to Morrison Knudsen as 1 on August 14, 1974, and rebuilt it in July 1976 as Oregon California & Eastern 7602. It was sold to EconoRail as 7602 when that road ceased operation in 1992.

2504, U25B, was built by General Electric in February 1962, #34237.  It was sold to UP as 636 in July 1962 and retired in September 1972.  It was sold to MK as 6 on August 14, 1974, and rebuilt as OC&E 7607 on July 1, 1976.  It was sold to ER as 7607 in 1992.

2870, SD40R-2, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1974, #73685-4, FN 73685-4, as  Southern Pacific 8353, Class EF630-1.  It became Union Pacific 4397, Class SD40T-2, on May 3, 1999, and renumbered 2870 on April 26, 2001.  It was retired on August 6, 2002, and sold as GECX 2870.  It was sold to Helm Leasing Corp as HLCX 6106 and sold to Webb Asset Management as WAMX 4133.

3000, C30-7S, was built by General Electric in January 1972, #38214, as Southern Ry 3811, a U30C.  It was retired in February 1987 and rebuilt as GECX 3000 in May 1989.  It was rebuilt as MRS Logistica 3501, a C30-S7R.

3001, C30-7S, was built by GE in January 1972, #38215, as Southern 3812, a U30C.  It was retired in February 1987 and rebuilt as GECX 3001 in May 1989.  It was rebuilt as MRSL 3502, a C30-S7R.

3002, C30-7S, was built by GE in October 1976, #40961, as Union Pacific 2956, Class U30C.  It was retired on March 7, 1988, and rebuilt as GECX 3002 in Jnne 1989.

3005, C30-7S, was built by GE in August 1974, #39917, as CMStP&P 5652, Class 30G-RS6, a U30C.  It was rebuilt by GE Montreal in September 1990 as GECX 3005, a C30-S7.  It was sold as MRSL 3506, a C30-S7R.

3007, C30-7S, was built by GE in August 1974, #39923, as CMStP&P 5658, Class 30G-RS6, a U30C. It was retired in February 1985 and rebuilt by GE Montreal is August 1990 as GECX 3007, a C30-S7.  It was sold as MRSL 3506, C30-S7R.

3008, C30-7S, was built by GE in August 1974, #39919, as CMStP&P 5654, Class 30G-RS6, a U30C. It was rebuilt by GE Montreal in September 1990 as GECorp 3008.  It was sold as MRSL 3509, a C30-S7R.

3010, C30-7S, was built by GE in September 1974, #39921, as CMStP&P 5656, Class 30G-RS6, a U30C.  It was rebuilt by GE Montreal in October 1990 as GECorp 3010. 

3067 was a caboose.

3604, B36-7, was built by GE in November 1983, #44259, as Consolidated Railroad Corp 5008, Class B36-7.  It became Norfolk Southern PRR 3604 and retired in January 2002.  It was sold as GENX 3604.  It was rebuilt as RP20BD at CAD, Lachine, January 2007 for Railpower Technologies, #1RPBD20665000185, as RPRX 5405.

3609, B36-7, was built by GE in November 1983, #44272, as Conrail 5021, Class B36-7.  It became NS PRR 3609, Class B36-7, and retired in January 2002.  It was sold as GENX 3609.  It was rebuilt as RP20BD at CAD, Lachine, in January 2007 for Railpower, #1RPBD20665000186, as RPRX 5406.

5786, B36-7, was built by GE in November 1983, #44258, as Conrail 5007, Class B36-7.  It became CSX Transportation 5786, Class B36-7, and sold as GENX 5786.  It was rebuilt as Estrada de Ferro Vitoria-Minas 727, BB36-7.

5793, B36-7, was built by GE in November 1983, #44275, as Conrail 5024, Class B36-7.  It became CSX 5793, Class B36-7, and sold as GENX 5793.  It was rebuilt as EFVM 733. BB36-7.

7027, U28B, was built by GE  in February 1966, #35854.  It was sold as Southern Pacific 7027, Class GF428-1, and sold on December 14, 1984.

7314, SD40u, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1966, #31497, FN 7861-7, as Southern Pacific 8416, Class EF7301-1.  It was rebuilt as 7314, Class EF630R-1, in August 1980 and retired on August 6, 2002.  It was sold as GECX 7314 and sold to Helm Leasing Corp as HLCX 6336 in 2005.  It was sold to Watco as WAMX 4131 in 2008.

7484, B36-7, was built by GE in December 1980, #43130, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 7484, Class 7484.  It was returned to GE for the GE lease fleet in August 1989 and leased as British Columbia Ry 7484 on November 3, 1995.  It was rebuilt and renumbered 3601 on July 7, 2000.

7486, B36-7, was built by GE in December 1980, #43132, as AT&SF 7486.  It was returned to GE for the GE lease fleet in August 1989 and sold to BCOL as 7486 on November 3, 1995,.  It was rebuilt and renumbered as 3603 in 1996 and sold to National Railway Equipment Co as 3603 in 2003.

7490, B36-7, was built by GE in October 1980, #43136, as AT&SF 7490, Class 7484. It was returned to GE for the GE lease fleet in August 1989 and sold to BCOL as 7490 on November 3, 1995. It was later rebuilt and renumbered 3607 on October 4, 1996.  It was sold to Progress Rail Services as PRSX 3607.

7498, B36-7, was built by GE in November 1980, #43144, as AT&SF 7498, Class 7484.  It was returned to GE for the GE lease fleet.  It was lease as Great Canadian Railtour Co in 1990 and returned to GE in 1992.  It was leased as BCOL 7498 in October 1984 and became BCOL 3615 on January 24, 1997.  It was sold to NRE as 3615 in 2003.

8001, B39-8, was built by GE in October 1987, #45449, as LMX Corp 8540.  It was wrecked and rebuilt by GE in July 1988 as GECX 8001.  It was sold as British Columbia Ry 3902 in 1998.

8002, B3908. was built by GE in December 1988, #45723.  It was sold as BCER 3903 in 1998.

8044, C30-7, was built by GE in June 1978, #41711, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 8044, Class 8044. It was retired and sold to General Electric Corp as 8044. It was sold to Conrail Leasing as 586. It was rebuilt in September 1999 as C36M and leased to Union Pacific as 595 on October 1, 1999. It was returned as Helm Leasing Corp 595 on March 1, 2000.

8078, C30-7, was built by GE in May 1979, #42389, as AT&SF 8078, Class 8064.  It was retired in January 1994 and sold to General Electric as 8078.  It was renumbered as 0591 and rebuilt as C36M on June 7, 1999, as UP 564.  It was retired on March 1, 2000, and became HLCX 564.

8087, C30-7, was built by GE in May 1979, #42398, as AT&SF 8087, Class 8064.  It was retired in June 1994 and sold to General Electric as 8087.  It was renumberd as 593 in 1997 and sold as Helm 593 in 1999.

8500, B39-8E, was built by GE in October 1987, #45412, as LMX 8503.  It was wrecked and retired in July 1988.  It was rebuilt as GECX 8000 and sold as BCOL 3901 in 1998.

8560, SD40T-2, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1979, #786174-62, FN 786174-62, as Southern Pacific 8560, Class EF630-8.  It was sold as GECX 856 in 2004 and rebuilt as America Latina Logistica 9500.

8633, SD40-2, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1977, #786040-1, FN 786040-1, as Denver & Rio Grande Western 5374, Class EF630D-3. It became Union Pacific 4063 on April 27, 1999, and was renumbered 8633 on May 27, 2000. It was retired as GECX 8633 on January 28, 2004.

8634, SD40-2, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1977, #786040-7, FN 786040-7, as DRG&W 5380, Class EF630D-3. It became UP 4064 on August 6, 1999, and was renumbered 8634 on May 9, 2000.  It was retired as GECX 8634 on January 30, 2004.

29920 was built by General Electric in September 1948, #29920, as Sovjetzkije Zeleznyje Dorogi A1599.  It became GE 29920.  It was purchased and rebuilt as Chicago Milwaukee St Paul & Pacific E79 on November 18, 1950.  It was retired on July 8, 1974.

29921 was built by General Electric in October 1948, #29921, as SZD A1600. It became GE 29921. It was purchased and rebuilt as CMStP&P E21 on December 21, 1950. It was rebuilt in April 1958 as Class EP-4, and was retired on July 8, 1974.

 

29922 was built by General Electric in October 1948, #29922, as SZD A1601. The order was cancelled with the beginning of the Cold War and the locomotive became GE 29922. It was purchased by CMStP&P and rebuilt in September 1950 as E20. In 1956 it was again rebuilt as Class EF-4 and it was retired on July 8, 1974.

29925 was built by General Electric in December 1948, #29925, as SZD A1603. It became GE 29925. It was purchase and rebuilt as CMStP&P E73 in August 1950. It was retired on July 8, 1974,

29930 was built by General Electric in 1948 #29930, as SZD A1608. It became GE 29930 until it were sold to the Chicago South Shore & South Bend as 801 in May 1949.

29931 was built by General Electric in 1948, #29931, as SZD A1609. It became GE 29931 and sold to CSS&SB as 802  in May 1949.  It was donated to Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum in 1983 and loaned to Lake Shore Railway Museum in 1994.

29932 was built by General Electric in 1948, #29932, as SZD A1610. It became GE 29932 and sold to CSS&SB as 803  in May 1949.  It was sent to Illinois Railway Museum in 1983.

No number, 80 Ton, was built by General Electric in August 1948, #29998, a demonstrator.  It was sold as Steel Co of Canada 50 in February 1950 and scrapped in 1987.

 

LMX Corporation

8501, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45410.  It was sold as Railway Equipment Leasing Co 8501 in June 2001 and sold as Utah Central Ry 8501.

8502, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45411.  It was retired in June 2001 and sold as Providence & Worcester RR 3902.

1st 8503, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45412.  It was wrecked and retired in July 1988.  It was rebuilt as GECX 8000 and sold as British Columbia Ry 3901 in 1998.

2nd 8503, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in April 1988, #45654.  It was retired in June 2001 and sold as Relco 8503 and resold as  National Railway Equipment Co 8503.

8504, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45413.  It was retired in June 2001 and sold as P&W 3907.

8506, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45415.  It was sold as Relco 8506 in June 2001 and sold as CIT Financial Group 8506.  It was rebuilt and sold to Ferrocaril Central Andino.

8511, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in November 1987, #45420.  It was sold to Connecticut Southern as 8511 in June 2001. 

8514, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in November 1987, #45423.  It was sold as Relco 8514 in June 2001.

8515, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in November 1987, #45424.  It was sold as Relco 8515 in June 2001 and sold as Seminole Gulf RR 8515 in 2007.  It was renumbered 592 in 2008.

8516, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in December 1987, #45425.  It was sold as BCOL 3906 in 2001.

8517, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in December 1987, #45426.  It was sold as Relco 8517 in June 2001 and sold as NRE 8517.

8518, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in November 1987, #45427.  It was wrecked on July 30, 1991, and sold as Relco 8518 in June 2001.

8522, B39-8, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45431.  It was sold as Montreal Maine & Atlantic 8522 in June 2001.

8523, B39-8, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45432.  It was sold as Relco 8523 in June 2001 and sold as NRE 8523.

8524, B39-8, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45433.  It was sold to Relco Inc as RLCX 8524 in June 2001 and sold as San Luis & Rio Grande RR 8524.  It was transferred as Saratoga & North Creek Ry 8524 in 2011.

8527, B39-8, was built by General Electric in November 1987, #45436.  It was sold to Relco Inc as RLCX 8527 in June 2001 and sold as SL&RG 8524.

8528, B39-8, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45437.  It was sold to Relco as RLCX 8528 in June 2001 and sold as NRE 8528.

8533, B39-8, was built by General Electric in November 1987, #45442.  It was sold as P&W 3905 in June 2001.

8534, B39-8, was built by General Electric in December 1987, #45443.  It was sold to Relco as RLCX 8534 in June 2001 and sold as NRE 8534.

8535, B39-8, was built by General Electric in December 1987, #45444.  It was sold as P&W 3909 in June 2001.

8536, B39-8, was built by General Electric in December 1987, #45445.  It was sold as RLCX 8536 in June 2001 and sold as MM&A 8536.  It was resold as SL&RG 8536.

8537, B39-8, was built by General Electric in December 1987, #45446.  It was sold as RLCX 8537 in June 2001 and resold as SL&RG 8537.

8538, B39-8, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45447.  It was sold as RLCX 8538 in June 2001 and sold as NRE 8538.

1st 8540, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45449.  It was wrecked and rebuilt by General Electric in July 1988 as GECX 8001.  It was sold as British Columbia Ry 3902 in 1998.

2nd 8540, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in April 1988, #45655.  It was sold as P&W 3901 in June 2001.

8548, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in November 21, 1987, #45457.  It was sold as MM&A 8548 in June 2001.

8552, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45461.  It was sold as CSOR 8552 in June 2001 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in October 2011.

8554, B39-8E, was built by General Electric in October 1987, #45463.  It was sold as CSOR 8554 in June 2001 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in October 2011.

8561, B39-8E, was built by General Electric on November 10, 1987, #45470.  It was sold as MM&A 8561 in June 2001.

8563, B39-8, was built by General Electric in November 1987, #45472.  It was sold as MM&A 8563 in June 2001.

8565, B39-8, was built by General Electric in November 1987, #45474. It was sold to CSOR as 8565 in August 2001. 

8572, B39-8, was built by General Electric in March 1099, #45481.  It was sold as Relco 8572 in June 2001 and sold as CEFX 8572.  It was sold as NRE 8572 and sold as Nashville & Eastern RR 8572 in 2005.

8574, B39-8, was built by General Electric in March 1988, #45483.  It was sold as British Columbia Rail 3905 in 2000.

8578, B39-8, was built by General Electric in March 1988, #45487.  It was sold as MM&A 8578 in June 2001.

8580, B39-8, was built by General Electric in March 1988, #45489.  It was sold as Relco 8580 in June 2001 and sold as Seminole Gulf RR 8580 in 2007.  It was renumbered 591 in 2008.

8595, B39-8, was built by General Electric in April 1988, #45504.  It was sold as Relco 8595 in June 2001.

8596, B39-8, was built by General Electric in April 1988, #45505.  It was sold as NREX 8596 and sold as NERR 8596 in 2005 and resold as San Luis & Rio Grande RR 8596.

 

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