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220, E8A, was built in September 1953, #18266, FN 6471-A1, as Richmond Fredericksburg & Potomac 1012. It went to Amtrak 220 in 1973 and renumbered 440.

221, E8A, was built in September 1953, #18267, FN 6471-A2, as RF&P 1013.  It went to Amtrak as 221 in 1973.

227, E8A, was built in February 1950, #10180, FN 2014-A9, as St Louis-San Francisco 2014 "Truxton".  It was sold as Louisville & Nashville 788, Class E-8, in 1964 and sold as Amtrak 227 in 1973.

230, E8A, was built in December 1952. #17440, FN 6458-A1, as Fort Worth & Denver 9981-A.  It was sold to Precision Engineering Co on April 11, 1968, and sold as Seaboard Coast Line 524 in May 1968.  It was sold as Amtrak 230 in March 1972.

231, E8A, was built in December 1952, #17441, FN 6458-A2, as FW&D 9981-B.  It was sold to Precision Engineering Co on April 11, 1968, and sold as SCL 525 in May 1968.  It was sold as Amtrak 231 in March 1972.

232, E8AM, was built in November 1939, #956, FN E267-A1, as Atlantic Coast Line 500, E3A.  It was rebuilt in March 1953 as E8AM, and became SCL 574 on July 1967.  It was sold as Amtrak 232 in July 1972.

233, E8AM, was built on June 10, 1946, #3408, FN E635-A1, as ACL 532, E7A.  It was wrecked and rebuilt in July 1953, FN 8027-A1, as E8AM.  It became SCL 575 on July 1967   It was sold as Amtrak 233 in July 1972 and renumbered 444.

237, E8A, was built in January 1950, #9186, FN 2009-A5, as ACL 548, Class DEP.  It became SCL 579 in August 1967 and sold as Amtrak 237 in July 1972. 

243, E8A, was built in May 1951, #14284, FN 6268-A2, as Missouri-Kansas-Texas 132.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in November 1957 and renumbered 54-C in 1958.  It was sold to Precision Engineering Co in 1966 and sold as ACL 554 in 1966 and became SCL 585 in July 1967.  It was sold as Amtrak 243 in July 1972 and retired on June 20, 1974.

244, E8A, was built in May 1951, #14286, FN 6268-A4, as MKT 134.  It was renumbered 55-C, in 1958 and sold to Precision Engineering Co in 1966.  It was sold as ACL 555 in 1966 and became SCL 586 in July 1967.  It was sold as Amtrak 244 in July 1972 and retired on March 14, 1974.

245, E8A. was built in May 1951, #14287, FN 6286-A5, as MKT 135.  It was renumbered 56-A in 1958 and sold to Precision Engineering Co in 1966.  It was sold as ACL 556 in 1966 and became SCL 587 in July 1967.  It was sold as Amtrak 245 in July 1972 and retired on May 22, 1974.  It was sold for scrap in September 1975 to Naporano Iron & Metal.

253, E8A, was built in December 1952, #17341, FN 6426-A3, as Seaboard Air Line RR 3057.  It became SCL 596 in July 1967 and sold as Amtrak 253 in 1973,

259, E8A, was built in August 1951, #14584, FN 6591-A2, as New York Central 4041, Class DPA-5b.  It was reclassified Class EP-22 in 1966 and became Penn Central 4041, Class EP-22, in 1968.  It went to Amtrak as 259 in 1973.

270, E8A,  was built in April 1952, #15314, FN 6358-A2, as NYC 4055, Class DPA-5c.  It was reclassified Class EP-22 in 1966 and became PC 4055, Class EP-22, in 1968.  It became Amtrak 270 in 1973.

293, E8A, was built in March 1950, #10423, FN 6079-A3, as Pennsylvania RR 5886A, Class EP-22. It was renumbered 4286 in 1966 and became PC 4286, Class EP-22, in 1968. It went to Amtrak as 293 in 1973.

294, E8A, was built in April 1950, #10424, FN 6079-A4, as PRR 5887A, Class EP-22.  It was renumbered 4287 in 1966 and became PC 4287, Class EP-22, in 1968.  It went to Amtrak as 294 in 1973.

296, E8A, was built in April 1950, #10426, FN 6079-A6, as PRR 5889A, Class EP-22.  It was renumbered 4289 in 1966 and became PC 4289, Class EP-22, in 1966,  It went to Amtrak as 296 in 1973.

297, E8A, was built in April 1950, #10427, FN 6079-A7, as PRR 5890A, Class EP-22.  It was renumbered 4290 in 1966 and became PC 4290, Class EP-22, in 1966.  It went to Amtrak as 297 in 1973.

298, E8A, was built in April 1950, #10428, FN 6079-A8, as PRR 5891A, Class EP-22.  It was renumbered 4291 in 1966 and became PC 4291, Class EP-22, in 1966.  It went to Amtrak as 298 in 1973.

299, E8A, was built in April 1950, #10429, FN 6079-A9, as PRR 5892A, Class EP-22.  It was renumbered 4292 in 1966 and became PC 4292, Class EP-22, in 1966.  It went to Amtrak as 299 in 1973.  It was rebuilt as 1924, steam generator, and and renumbered 674.

300, E8A, was built in April 1950, #10430, FN 6079-A10, as PRR 5893A, Class EP-22.  It was renumbered 4293 in 1966 and became PC 4293, Class EP-22, in 1966.  It went to Amtrak as 300 in 1973. 

337, E8A, was built in March 1950, #9683, FN 2012-A10, as Chicago Burlington & Quincy 9942-A.  It became Burlington Northern 9942, Class E-8, in 1970 and sold as Amtrak 337 in July 1972.  It was sold for scrap on May 28, 1975.

339, E8A, was built in May 1950, #9689, FN 2012-A16, as CB&Q 9945-A.  It became BN 9945, Class E-8, in 1970 and sold as Amtrak 339 in June 1972. 

344, E8A, was built in April 1950, #9688, FN 2012-A15, as CB&Q 9944-B.  It became BN 9950, Class E-8, in 1970 and sold as Amtrak 344 in June 1972.

346, E8A, was built in September 1950, #11702, FN 2023-A1, as CB&Q 9947-B.  It became BN 9953, Class E-8, in 1970 and sold as Amtrak 346 in June 1972.

348, E8A, was built in August 1952, #16705, FN 2048-A1, as CB&Q 9964.  It became BN 9964, Class E-8, in 1970 and sold as Amtrak 348 in June 1972.

(403), E9A, was built in May 1955, #20380, FN 2069-A4, as Baltimore & Ohio 40, Class DP-8.  It was renumbered 1457, Class PE-6, in 1957 and reclassified Class E9A in 1964.  It was sold in 1971 as Amtrak 403 but probably never renumbered.  It was retired in October 1975 and sold for scrap to Naporano Iron & Metal in February 1976.

405, E9A, was built in February 1956, #21601, FN 2075-A1, as Chicago Milwaukee St Paul & Pacific 200-A, Class 24E-P6. It was renumbered 30-A in 1959 and sold to Amtrak as 405 in April 1973.

406, E9A, was built in February 1956, #21602, FN 2075-A2, as CMStP&P 200-C, Class 24E-P6.  It was renumbered 30-C in 1959 and sold to Amtrak as 406 in April 1973.

407, E9A, was built in February 1956, #21603, FN 2075-A3, as CMStP&P 201-A, Class 24E-P6. It was renumbered 31-A in 1959 and sold to Amtrak as 407 in April 1973.

408, E9A, was built in April 1956, #21604, FN 2075-A4, as CMStP&P 201-C, Class 24E-P6. It was renumbered 31-C in 1959 and sold to Amtrak as 408 in May 1973.

411, E9A, was built in January 1956, #21265, FN 7527-A5, as Union Pacific 904, Class E9A.  It was sold as Amtrak 411 in November 1972 and scrapped by Precision National Corp in February 1982.

428, E9A, was built in July 1955, #20492, FN 2070-A8, as UP  955.  It was leased as Amtrak 1428 in May 1972 and sold as 428 in October 1972.

430, E9A, was built in September 1955, #20494, FN 2072-A1, as UP 957.  It was sold as Amtrak 430 in May 1972 and sold  to Alaska RR as 2401 in 1981 and sold to Wisconsin & Southern as 10A in 1991.

434, E9A, was built in April 1956, #21605. FN 2075-A5, as CMStP&P 202A, Class 24E-P6. It was renumbered 32A in 1959 and sold to Amtrak as 434 in 1973.  It was sold to Alaska RR as 2402 in 1981 and sold as Northern Railcar Leasing 10C in 1987 and leased as Scenic Dining Rail 10C in 1988.  It was sold to Wisconsin & Southern as 10C in 1991 and renumbered 101.  It became WATCo WAMX 9101.

447, E8A, was built in May 1952, #15655, FN 6354-A8, as PRR 5790A, Class EP-22.  It was renumbered 4250 in 1966 and became PC 4250, Class EP-22, in 1968.  It went to Amtrack as 277 in 1973 and renumbered 447.

426, E9B, was built in May 1954, #19288, FN 2053-B3, as UP 952B, Class E9B.  It was leased  as Amtrak 1456 in May 1971 and sold as 426 in July 1972.  It was rebuilt at Paducah as 1918, power car and sold as Providence & Worcester 668 in April 1983.  It was renumbered 51.

461, E8A, was built in November 1952, #16785, FN 2054-A17, as PRR 5716A, Class EP-22.  It was renumbered 4316 in 1966 and became PC 4316, Class EP-22, in 1968.  It went to Amtrak as 4316 in May 1971 and renumbered 322 in 1973.  It was renumbered 461.

467, E9B, was built in September 1955, #20507, FN 2070-B1. as UP 967B.  It was sold as Amtrak 467 in January 1972 and retired on June 16, 1974.  It was rebuilt at Paducah in 1975 as 1919, steam generator, and renumbered 671 in 1977.  It was sold as Michigan Northern 671 in May 1983.  It was donated to Illinois Railway Museum in 2000 and sold to Wisconsin & Southern in 2006.  It was restored for service as WSOR 102 in August 2008.

490, FL9, was built in October 11957, #21971, FN 3191-A24, as New York New Haven & Hartford 4025, Class EDER-5. It became Penn Central 5026, Class EP-18E, in 1969, and Consolidated Railroad Corp 5025, Class FL-9, in April 1976. It later became Amtrak 241 and later renumbered 490. It was sold to Naporano Iron & Metal for scrap.

497, E8A, was built in March 1951, #13113, FN 6181-A13, as PRR 5898A, Class EP-22. It was renumbered 4298 in 1966 and became Penn Central 4298, Class EP-22 in 1968. It went to Amtrak as 305 in 1973 and was rebuilt in December 1974 as 497. It was later sold to Metro-North Commuter RR as 497 and later sold to Blue Mountain & Reading. It has been restored as PRR 5898A, Class EP-22, and sold to St Louis Iron Mountain & Southern in 1998.

 

 

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