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10, T6, was built in January 1959, #82309.  It was assigned as Chesapeake Western 10.  It was sold to Maryland & Delaware for parts.

11, T6, was built in January 1959, #82310.  It was assigned as CHW 11. It was retired in April 1985 and traded in to GE in November 1986.  It was sold as MDDE 18 in December 1985.

14, T6, was built in February 1959, #82315. It was retired in November 1985 and traded in to General Electric in March 1986. It was sold to MDDE ass 8 and later to Arkansas & Missouri as 10.

19, T6, was built in March 1959, #82320. It was retired in April 1985 and traded in to GE in November 1986. It later became A&M 18.

24, T6, was built in May 1959, #83366.  It was retired in November 1985 and sold to Cycle Systems in September 1987.

29, T6, was built in June 1959, #83371.  It was retired in November 1985 and sold to Cycle Systems in September 1987.  It was sold to Mike's Inc in October 1993.  It was sold to Relco Locomotive, Inc as 897 and leased to GE Plastics.

33, T6, was built in July 1959, #83375. It was retired in September 1985 and sold to Cycle Systems in September 1987. They sold it to Mike's Inc who sold or leased it to Alton Barge Terminal.

34, T6, was built in July 1959, #83376. It was traded in to GE and then sold to Md & Dela as 16 in September 1982. It was sold to A&M as 16 in February 1986.

35, T6, was built in July 1959, #83377.

41, T6, was built in July 1959, #83383.  It is preserved by the Roanoke Chapter of the National Railroad Historical Society.

43, T6, was built in October 1959, #83385. It was retired in November 1985 and traded in to GE in March 1986. It was sold to Md & Dela as 14 and later to A&M as 14.  It was sold as BTR Terminal 10 and it became Consolidated Grain & Barge 10.

46, T6, was built in October 1959, #83388.  It was retired in November 1985 and traded in to GE in March 1986.  It was sold as Md & Dela 12 in April 1986 and resold as A&M as 12.

2038, S2, was built in August 1947, #75366, as New York Chicago & St Louis 38, Class AS-10B. It became N&W 2038 in 1965 and later was sold to Akron Canton & Youngstown as 107, Class D. In 1974 it was sold to South East Coal Co as 400.

2042, S2, was built in August 1947, #75370, as NYC&StL 42, Class AS-10B. It became N&W 2042 in 1965 and later was sold to AC&Y as 108. It was wrecked in 1969 and scrapped.

2056, S4,  was built in March 1951, #78707, NYC&StL 56, Class AS-10C.  It became N&W 2056 in 1965 and traded in to General Electric in June 1970.

2069, S4, was built in January 1952, #79525, as NYC&StL 69, Class AS-10d.  It became N&W 2069 in 1965 and retired on September 29, 1976.  It was sold as Art Davis 2069 and sold as Youngstown & Austintown RR 2069 in January 1985.  It was apparently sold to Larry's Truck Electric Co.

2079, S4, was built in May 1953, #80448, as NYC&StL 79, Class ASM-10d.  It became N&W 2079 in 1965 and retired on December 6, 1974.  It was sold to Naporano Iron & Metal and resold to George Silcott in June 1975.  It was sold as Wyandotte Terminal RR 107 in 1976 and sold as RSA Leasing Co 17 in 1982.  It was leased as Allegheny Southern Ry 17 in 1982 and sent to Ontario Midland in 1984 but not used.  It was sold to Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum in 1987 and restored as NKP 79 in 1993.

2085, S1, was built in June 1950, #78139, as NYC&StL 85, Class AS-6A.  It became N&W 2085 in 1965 and sold to George R Silcott in 1971.  It was sold as Bath & Hammondsport RR 4 in March 1971.

 

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