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800, Class 800, was built in April 22, 1959, #81762.  It was renumbered 9800, Class 9800, on October 28, 1969, and retired on January 15, 1975.  It was sold to Precision National Corp in March 1975.

802, Class 800, was built in April 1959, #81764.  It was renumbered 9802, Class 9800, on May 11, 1970, and sold to Lake Superior & Ishpeming as 2400 in April 1975. It was later sold to Fox River Valley RR as 2400 in November 1989 and then to Green Bay & Western 2400 in 1991.  It became Wisconsin Central Ltd 2400 on August 28, 1993, and scrapped in March 1996 at Green Bay, WI.

804, Class 800, was built in May 1959, #83430.  It was renumbered 9804, Class 9800, on November 21, 1969, and retired on January 15, 1975.  It was sold tp Precision National Corp in March 1975.

808, Class 800, was built in May 1959, #83467.  It was renumbered 9808, Class 9800, on April 15, 1970, and retired in February 1975.

810, Class 800, was built in June 1959, #83469.  It was renumbered 9810, Class 9800, on April 26, 1970, and retired on January 29, 1975.  It was sold as LS&I 2404 in April 1975 and sold as FRV 2404 in November 1989.  It was sold as GB&W 2404 in 1991 and WCL 2404 on August 28, 1993.  It was scrapped in 1993 at Green Bay, WI.

820, Class 800, was built on June 26, 1959, #83479.  It was burned at Needles in July 1969 and rebuilt as 9820, Class 9800, on October 10, 1969.  It was retired on August 31, 1972, and preserved at Albuquerque.  It was transferred to California State RR Museum in 1986.

826, Class 800, was built in May 1960, #83562.  It was renumbered 9826, Class 9800, on May 8, 1970, and rebuilt as 3901, Class 3900, on March 12, 1976, CRSD20.  It was renumbered 1301, Class 1300, in June 1977 and retired in December 1984.  It was traded in to General Electric in December 1984 and scrapped by Pielet Bros in March 1985.

834, Class 800, was built on May 9, 1960, #83570.  It was renumbered 9834, Class 9800, on October 29, 1969, and retired on January 15, 1975.  It was sold to Precision National Corp in March 1975.

838, Class 800, was built in May 1960, #83574.  It was renumbered 9838, Class 9800, in 1970.  It was sold as LS&I 2405 in April 1975 and sold as FRV 2405 in November 1989.  It was sold as GB&W 2405 in 1991 and WCL 2405 on August 28, 1993.  It was scrapped in March 1996 at Green Bay, WI.

842, Class 800, was built in June 1960, #83578. It was renumbered 9842 Class 9800, on April 8, 1970, and sold to Precision National Corp in 1975. They sold it to Squaw Creek Coal Co as 9842 in 1975. It later became Peabody Coal Co 9842 and then was sold to Indiana Hi-Rail as 9842 in 1988. It was soon renumbered 442. It was sold to Austin & Texas Central as 442 in 2000.

843, Class 800, was built in June 1960, #83579. It was renumbered 9843, Class 9800, on February 11, 1970, and sold to Precision National in 1975. They sold it to SCCo as 9843 in 1975. It later became Peabody 9843 and then was sold to IHR as 9843 in 1988. It was soon renumbered 443. It became A&TC 443 in 2000, but is leased from a private owner.  It was leased to Arkansas Railroad Museum and restored as ATSF 843.

844, Class 800, was built in June 1960, #83054.  It was renumbered 9844, Class 9800, in 1970 and sold to LS&I as 2403 in April 1975.  It was sold as FRV 2403 in November 1989 and sold as GB&W 2403 in 1991.  It became WCL 2403 on August 28, 1993, and scrapped at Green Bay in March 1996.

846, Class 800, was built in June 1960, #83056.  It was renumbered 9846, Class 9800, on January 15, 1970, and rebuilt as 3902, Class 3900, on April 15, 1976, CRSD20.  It was renumbered 1302, Class 1300, in January 1977 and retired in January 1985.   It was traded in to General Electric in December 1984 and scrapped by Pielet Bros in March 1985.

849, Class 800, was built on March 23, 1960, #83059.  It was renumbered 9849, Class 9800, on May 22, 1970.  It was retired on June 20, 1975, and sold to Precsion National Corp in March 1975.

 

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