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1 was built by Baldwin in January 1920, #52921. It was later sold to Arkansas & Louisiana Missouri as 1.
15 was built by Baldwin in October 1924, #58058. It was later sold to A&LM as 15 and later scrapped.
108 was built by Alco-Cooke in May 1906, #41279, as Ferrocarril Central Mexicano 116, Class DB. It became Nacionales de Mexico 108, Class D-11, in 1909 and became T-M 108 in August 1914. It was scrapped in 1938.
502, 65DE4, was built by Whitcomb in July 1939, #60010. It was rebuilt In May 1957 and scrapped September 1964.
504, 65DE4, was built by Whitcomb in August 1939, #60012. It was renumbered 601A in September 1944 and renumbered 504 in September 1947. It was renumbered 601A in 1948 and renumbered 600A. It was renumbered 601A and renumbered 600A in 1954. It was renumbered 504 in January 1956 and scrapped in September 1964.
506, 65DE4, was built by Whitcomb in September 1939, #60014. It was renumbered 600A in April 1942 and renumbered 506 in May 1947. It was rebuilt and renumbered 600A in February 1949. It was renumbered 600B and rebuilt as 506 in June 1953. It was scrapped in September 1964.
510, DS44-750, was built by Baldwin in June 1949, #74595. It was sold as Texas Crushed Stone Co 510 and sold to Gulf Coast Railroad Museum in 1985. It was restored as TM 510.
850, GP7, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1950, #10537, FN 6029-1. It later was sold to EconoRail as 850.
852, GP7, was built by Electro-Motive in April 1951, #11937, FN 5041-1. It was sold as New Mexico Gateway RR 852 in 2001 and resold as West Texas & Lubbock RR 852 in 2006. It became a parts source.
866, GP38-2, was built by Electro-Motive in November 1980, #806017-1. It was sold as
Helm Leasing Co 3805.
868, GP35, was built by Electro-Motive in March 1964, #28525, as St Louis-San Francisco 700. It became Burlington Northern 2550, Class GP-35, in January 1981 and retired in May 1987. It was sold to Wilson Ry in May 1987 and sold as T-M 868 in September 1988. It was sold as Helm Leasing Co 868 and rebuilt and sold as Webb Asset Management Co 3823.
869, GP35m, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1964, #28772, as Texas & Pacific 600. It was renumbered 2500 in 1974 and it became Missouri Pacific 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.
869, GP60, was built by Electro-Motive in May 1990, #896051-1. It was sold as Helm 7700 and resold as Vermont RR 381. It was returned as Helm 7700 in September 2004 and sold as Burlington Northern Santa Fe 168, Class GP60, in August 2011.
870, GP60, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1991, #907048-1. It was sold as Helm 7701 and leased as Green Mountain RR 382 in February 2002. It was returned as Helm 7701 in September 2004 and sold as BNSF 169, Class GP60, in August 2011.
1158, GP38M-3, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1970, #35102, FN 7183-24, as Seaboard Coast Line 1589. It became Seaboard System 1586 in January 1983 and renumbered 6744 in 1984. It became CSX 6744, Class GP-40, in April 1986 and sold to Helm Atlantic Leasing Corp as HATX 422. It was rebuilt as TM 1158, GP40M-3.
1163, GP38M-3, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1971, #38511, as Baltimore & Ohio 4031, Class GP-40. It was renumbered from mid-February 1981 until April 19, 1981, as temporary 9031. It became 6606 and became CSX Transportation 6606, Class GP-40. It was sold to Helm Leasing on March 18, 1991, and shipped to Metro East Industries by February 1994. It was sold to Morrison Knudsen and rebuilt by Boise Locomotive on February 27, 1998, as TM 1163. It was returned to First Union Rail as FURX 1163 and sold as Herzog Contracting Corp 202.
1165, GP38M-3, was built by Electro-Motive in November 1966, #32450, FN 5718-8, as Louisville & Nashville 3007, Class GP-40. It became SBD 6804 and later became CSX 6804, Class GP-40. It was rebuilt by Boise Locomotive in 1998 as T-M 1165 and returned as FURX 1165.
1170, GP38M-3, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1970, #35099, as SCL 1566. It became SBD 1566 and renumbered 6741. It became CSX 6741, Class GP-40, and rebuilt at Boise in March 1998 as T-M 1170. It was returned as FURX 1170.
1173, GP38M-3, was built by Electro-Motive in December 1971, #39257, FN 5811-21, as Chesapeake & Ohio 3791, Class GP-40. It was renumbered 6566 and became CSX 6566, Class GP-40, in 1987. It was rebuilt by Boise Locomotive in March 1998 as T-M 1173, GP38M-2. It was sold as FURX 2273 and sold as Yadkin Valley RR 2273 in 2007. It was transferred to Knoxville Locomotive Works as KLWX Inc 2273 in 2009.
1174, GP38M-3, was built by Electro-Motive in November 1966, #32656, as B&O 3696, Class GP-40. It was renumbered between October 23, 1980, and November 1980 temporary 9696, It later was renumbered 6512 and then became CSX 6512, Class GP-40. It was retired on May 25, 1993, and sold to Helm Atlantic on July 22, 1993. It was then sold to Morrison-Knudsen. It was then rebuilt by Boise Locomotive on March 20, 1998, as T-M as 1174 and later returned as Helm Leasing.
1175, GP38M-3, was built by Electro-Motive in December 1970, #36724, as B&O 3743, Class GP-40. It was renumbered from September 1976 until January 1980 as temporary 9743. It became 6519 and became CSX 6519, Class GP-40. It was retired on December 9, 1992 and sold to Steel Processing Corp on March 11, 1993. It was shipped to Metro East Industries on April 19, 1993, and sold to Morrison Knudsen. It was rebuilt by Boise Locomotive on April 10, 1998, as T-M 1175. It was returned as FURX 1175 and sold as HZGX 206 in 2011.
1176, GP38M-3, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1971, #38547, as C&O 4067, Class GP-40. It was renumbered 6642 and became CSX 6642, Class GP-40. It was rebuilt at Boise in April 1998 as T-M 1176. It was returned as FURX 1176 and sold as HZGX 207 in 2011.
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