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Illinois Central Gulf

Electro-Motive F Units

1601, F3A, was built in December 1946, #3586, as Alton RR 800.  It became Gulf Mobile & Ohio 800-A in June 1947 and ICG 1601 in 1972.  It was rebuilt on June 24, 1977, at Paducah as Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority 1101 and sold as Cape Cod RR 1101 in February 1992.   It was sold to Gulf Coast Railroad Museum as Seaboard Air Line RR 4033.

1602, F3A, was built in December 1946, #3587, as Alton 801.  It became GM&O 800-B in June 1947 and ICG 1602 in 1972 and retired on March 16, 1977.  It was rebuilt in 1977 at Paducah as MBTA 1103.

1603, F3A, was built in December 1946, #3589, as Alton 803.  It became GM&O 801-B in June 1947 and ICG 1603 in 1972 and retired on March 16, 1977.  It was rebuilt in 1977 at Paducah as MBTA 1105 and sold to New Orleans & Gulf Coast RR  1105.

1604, F3A, was built in December 1946, #3592, as Alton 806. It became GM&O 803-A in June 1947 and ICG 1603 in 1972. It was rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1106 and sold as NO&CG 1106.

1605, F3A, was built in December 1946, #3596, as Alton 810.  It became GM&O 805-A in June 1947 and ICG 1605 in 1972.  It was rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1100 in 1977.

1606, F3A, was built in December 1946, #3599, as Alton 813.  It became GM&O 806-B in June 1947 and ICG 1606 in 1972.  It was rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1108 in April 1978 and sold as Idaho Northern  & Pacific RR 1108.

1607, F3A, was built in May 1947, #3942, FN E740-A1, as GM&O 807-A.  It became ICG 1607 in 1972 and rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1107 in September 1977.

1608, F3A, was built in May 1947, #3943, FN E740-A2, as GM&O 807-B.  It became ICG 1608 in 1972 and rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1109 in 1977.  It was sold as Metro-North Commuter RR 410.

1609, F3A, was built in June 1947, #3945, FN E740-A4, as GM&O 808-B.  It became ICG 1609 in 1972 and rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1112 in 1977.  It was sold as INPR 1112.

1610, F3A, was built in June 3, 1947, #3946, FN E740-A5, as GM&O 809-A.  It became ICG 1610 in 1972 and scrapped in August 1977.

1611, F3A, was built on June 4, 1947, #3947, FN E740-A6, as GM&O 809-B.  It became ICG 1611 in 1972 and rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1110 in August 1977.

1612, F3A, was built on June 4, 1947, #3948, as GM&O 810-A.  It became ICG 1612 in 1972 and rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1113 in September 1978,  It was sold as MNCR 411.

1613, F3A, was built on June 5, 1947, #3949, as GM&O 810-B. It became ICG 1613 in 1972 and retired on October 1, 1977. It was rebuilt in 1977 as MBTA 1111.

1614, F7A, was built in September 1949, #7633, as GM&O 811-B.  It became ICG 1614 in 1972 and scrapped on September 3, 1977.

1615, F7A, was built in September 1949, #7636, as GM&O 813-A.  It became ICG 1615 in 1972 and retired in 1977.

1616, F3A, was built on December 17, 1946, #3600, as Alton 814.  It became GM&O 880-A in June 1947 and became ICG 1616 in 1972.  It was rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1152.

1617, F3A, was built in December 1946, #3601, as Alton 815.  It became GM&O 880-B in June 1947 and became ICG 1617 in 1972.  It was scrapped on April 29, 1978.

1618, F3A, was built in June 1947, #4996, as GM&O 883-A. It became ICG 1618 in 1972 and was rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1153.

1619, F3A, was built in June 1947, #4997, as GM&O 884-A. It became ICG 1619 in 1972 and was rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1151. It was sold as MNCR 412 and sold to Adirondack Scenic RR as ADIX 1502.

1620, F3A, was built on June 6, 1947, #4998, as GM&O 885-A. It became ICG 1620 in 1972 and was rebuilt at Paducah as MBTA 1150.

 

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