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172, GP9, was built by Electro-Motive in September 1955, #20864, FN 5413-18, as Chesapeake & Ohio 5955, Class MRSE-17. It was reclassified Class GP-9 in 1964 and became Western Maryland 5955, Class GP-9 in April 1976. It was assigned CSX Transportation 0286. It was later sold to IW as 172 and then purchased by Railtex and assigned to Austin & NorthWestern as 172. It came to Dallas Garland & NorthEastern 172 in May 1996. It was rebuilt by C&F Locomotive Service as a slug relettered HHLC 172 with no info on the name. It was then sold as Rochester & Southern 807.
173, GP9, was built by Electro-Motive in March 1959, #25105, FN 5595-6, as Southern Pacific 5805, Class DF-612. It was renumbered 3668, Class EF418-8. in 1966 and rebuilt as 3849, Class EF418-R4, in 1977. It was sold as IW 173.
174, GP9, was built by Electro-Motive in May 1954, #19476, FN 5334-5, as Texas & New Orleans 244, Class DF-601. It was renumbered SP 3415, Class EF418-2, in 1966 and rebuilt on July 18, 1972, as 3359, Class EF418E-2. It was sold to Wilson Railway Supply on March 28, 1988, as shop switcher 1 and renumbered 60. It was sold as IW 174 in 1989 and sold to Railtex as AUNW 174. It was transferred as DGNO 174 in May 1996 and transferred as Virginia Southern 174.
175, GP7, was built by Electro-Motive in March 1950, #11118, FN 6074-2, as Missouri-Kansas-Texas 1502. It was renumbered 92 in 1958 and retired on May 9, 1989. It was sold to Wilson Ry on July 19, 1989, and sold to IW as 175. It was then sold to Texas NorthEastern RR as 92.
178, GP9, was built by General Motors in May 1960, #A1816, FN C628-3, as Cartier RR 3. It was renumbered 53 in 1960 and later as IW 178. It later was Virginia Southern Ry 178 in 1990 and later Grand Rapids Eastern RR 178 and Goodrich-Exeter RR 178 "Paulina". It then became DGNO in August 1997. Disposition has been lost.
179, GP9, was built by General Motors in May 1960, #A1818, FN C628-5, as Cartier 5. It was renumbered 55 in 1960 and later as IW 179. It later was Mid-Michigan RR 179 in 1990 and later GEXR 179 "Griffin" in 1992. It was transferred as Ontario L'Original RR 179 in 1996 and transferred as Ottawa Valley Ry 179 in 2001. It was transferred as MMRR 180 in 2008 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in October 2011.
180, GP9, was built by General Motors in May 1960, #A1819, FN C628-6, FN 7060-54, as Cartier 6. It was renumbered 56 in 1960 and later as IW 180. It later was MMRR 180 in 1990 and later GEXR 180 in 1992. It was transferred as OLO 180 in 1996 and transferred as RLK 180 in 2001. It was transferred as Michigan Shore RR 180 in 2008 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in October 2011.
201, GP38, was built by Electro-Motive in November 1967, #33684, as Chesapeake & Ohio 3853, Class GP-38. It was sold as IW 201 and later sold as Chicago Central & Pacific 2005. It was sold as Railcar Ltd 2005 and sold as Knoxville & Holston River RR 2005 in 2005.
301, GP40, was built by Electro-Motive in September 1966, #32235, as Chicago Rock Island & Pacific 343. It became Union Pacific 603 on April 7, 1980, and transferred as Missouri Pacific 603 on September 6, 1985. It was retired on October 6, 1988, and sold to Wilson Ry in November 1988. It was sold as IW 301 in 1989 and sold to Helm Leasing Co as HLCX 301. It was rebuilt by AMF as HLCX 4003 on February 3, 1985. It was leased as Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana 1157 after April 1997 and returned as HLCX 4003.
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