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618 was built in January 1964, #28790, FN 7705-4. It was renumbered 2516 in March 1974 and then rebuilt as 2608 in 1976. It was sold to Wilson Ry Corp on January 5, 1987, and to Wisconsin Central Ltd as 4004 in October 1987.  It was rebuilt as 2052.  It was sold as Lake States Ry 2052.

621 was built in February 1964, #28929, FN 7706-7.  It was renumbered 2519 in March 1974 and then rebuilt as 2609 in 1976.  It was sold to Wilson Ry Corp on January 5, 1987, and to WCLtd as 4005 in October 1987.  It was rebuilt as 2053.  It was sold to Larry's Truck Equipment in August 2002.

623 was built in February 1964, #28931, FN 7706-9. It was renumbered 2521 in March 1974 and then rebuilt as 2610 in 1976. It was sold to Wilson Ry Corp on January 5, 1987, and then to WCLtd as 4006 in October 1987.  It was rebuilt as 2054.

625 was built in January 1965, #29805, FN 7767-1. It was renumbered 2523 in March 1974 and rebuilt as 2611 in 1976. It was sold to Wilson Ry Corp on January 5, 1987, and then to WCLtd as 4007 in October 1987.  It was sold to Larry's Truck Equipment in August 2002.

630 was built in February 1965, #29810, FN 7767-6.  It was rebuilt as 2008 and renumbered 2600 in March 1974.  It was sold as Kiamichi RR 3801.

633 was built in March 1965, #29813, FN 7767-9. It was renumbered 2530 in March 1974 and rebuilt as 2612 in 1976. It was sold to Wilson Ry Corp on January 5, 1987, and then to WCLtd as 4008 in October 1987. It was sold to Independent Locomotive Services as ILSX 1387.

635 was built in March 1965, #28715, FN 7767-11. It was renumbered 2532 in March 1974 and retired on February 29, 1983. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in May 1984.

2500 was built in December 1963, #28772, FN 7694-1, as Texas & Pacific 600. It was renumbered 2500 in 1974 and it became MP 2500 in 1976. It then rebuilt to 2250 HP as 2617 in January 1981. It was retired in August 18, 1986, and was sold by Wilson Ry Corp in January 5, 1987. It was leased to Kiamichi RR as 3804 and returned in April 1988. It was attempted to resold to Texas-Mexican RR as 869 in November 1988 but never delivered. It then went to Azcon. They sold it to Railtex, who sent it to the Austin & Northwestern as 66. It was rebuilt as a slug mother in March 1993 and assigned to the Dallas Garland & NorthEastern 66. In 1996 it was transferred to the Goderich-Exeter RR as 66 and renumbered 3834 in 1998.

2503 was built in December 1963, #28775, FN 7694-4, as T&P 603. It was renumbered 2503 in 1974 and then MP 2503 in 1974. It was rebuilt as 2602 in 1976 and sold to Wilson Ry Corp on January 5, 1987. It became WCLtd 4001 in October 1987. It was later renumbered 4012 to make place for an SD40. It was later rebuilt and renumbered 2060.  It was sold to Western Rail Inc and rebuilt as a GP38 and became Georgia Southwestern RR 3801 in 2005. 

2507 was built in January 1964, #28779, FN 7694-8, as T&P 607. It was renumbered 2507 in 1974 and then MP 2507 in 1974. It was rebuilt as 2605 in 1976 and sold to Wilson Ry Corp on January 5, 1987. It became WCLtd 4003 in October 1987. It was later renumbered 4013 to make place for an SD40. It was later rebuilt and renumbered 2061.  It was sold as ILSX 1386.

2512 was built in January 1964, #28784, FN 7694-13, as T&P 612.  It was renumbered 2512 in 1974 and became BN 2512 in 1976.  It was rebuilt in 1978 as 2606 and sold to Helm Leasing Corp as HLCX 2606 on August 10, 1987.  It was sold as Kiamichi RR 2606 on April 13, 1988, and returned as HLCX 2606 in February 1989.  It was sold to Electro-Motive in May 1989 and rebuilt by Electro-Motive on February 28, 1990 as Burlington Northern 2922, Class GP-39E.  It became Burlington Northern Santa Fe 2922, Class GP-39E, in October 2001 and became Class GP-39R. 

2541 was built in March 1965, #29824, FN 7781-5, as T&P 644. It was renumbered 2541 in March 1974 and became MP 2541 that same year. It was rebuilt in 1976 as 2613 and was sold to Wilson Ry Corp on January 5, 1987. It went to WCLtd as 4009 in October 1987. It was later rebuilt as 2057.  It was sold to Motive Rail Inc and resold to Paducah & Louisville and resold to Railpower.  It was rebuilt at Super Steel in June 2006 as United States Army 6003, GG20B.

2543 was built in April 1965, #29826, FN 7781-7, as T&P 646. It was renumbered 2543 in March 1974 and became MP 2543 that same year. It was rebuilt in 1976 as 2614 and was sold to Wilson Ry Corp on January 5, 1987. It went to WCLtd as 4010 in October 1987. It was later rebuilt as 2058.  It was sold to Larry's Truck Equipment in August 2002.

2551 was built in June 1964, #29547, FN 7748-2, as Chicago & Eastern Illinois 246.  It was renumbered 654 in 1967 and 2551 in March 1974.  It became MP 2551 that same year and rebuilt in 1976 as 2615.

2552 was built in June 1964, #29548, FN 7748-3, as C&EI 247. It was renumbered 655 in 1967 and 2552 in 1974. It became MP 2552 in October 1976 and retired on February 28, 1983. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in May 1984.

2553 was built in June 1954, #29549, FN 7748-4, as C&EI 248. It was renumbered 656 in 1967 and 2553 in 1974. It became MP 2553 in October 1976 and retired on February 28, 1983. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in May 1984.

2561 was built in September 1964, #29649, FN 7758-2, as C&EI 256.  It was renumbered 664 in 1967 and 2561 in 1974.  It became MP 2561 in October 1976 and traded in to Electro-Motive in May 1984.  It was resold as Kiamichi RR 3805.

2603 was built in December 1963, #28777, FN 7694-6, as T&P 605. It was renumbered 2505 in 1974 and then rebuilt to 2250 HP and renumbered 2603. It became MP 2603 in 1976 and later retired in August 18, 1986. It was sold to Wilson in January 5, 1987. It became WCLtd 4002 in October 1987 and rebuilt as 2051.  It was sold to Independent Locomotive Services as ILSX 1388

 

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