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1219 was built in February 1951, #14022, FN 4062-1, as Texas & Pacific 1024, SW9. It was renumbered 1219 in 1962 and became MP 1219 in 1976. It was rebuilt in October 1981 as slug 1419. It became Union Pacific S28 on October 3, 1988, and was assigned Y922 in December 1997.

1220 was built in February 1951, #14023, FN 4062-2, as T&P 1025. It was renumbered 1220 in 1962 and became MP 1220 in 1976. It was rebuilt in January 1982 as slug 1422. It became UP S31 on February 1, 1988, and renumbered Y925 on February 18, 2000.  It was sold to Tri-City & Olympia as 925 in 2009 but never used.  It was retired in August 2012.

1222 was built in February 1951, #14025, FN 4062-4, as T&P 1027.  It was renumbered 1222 in 1962 and became MP 1222 in 1976.  It was sold to Inman Service Co as ISCX 1222.  It later was sold to WATCo as WAMX as 927 and sold to J&L Consultants in December 2013.

1227 was built in July 1951, #14512, FN 6228-3, as T&P 1032.  It was renumbered 1227 and became MP 1227 in 1976.  It was sold as ISCX 1227 and sold as WAMX  925

1228 was built in July 1951, #14514, FN 6228-5, as T&P 1033. It was renumbered 1228 in 1962 and became MP 1228 in 1976. It was rebuilt in October 1980 as slug 1410. It became UP S19, Class SL-1, on November 11, 1986, and renumbered Y913 on February 13, 2004.  It was retired on July 17, 2012.

1231 was built in August 1951, #14517, FN 6228-8, as T&P 1036. It was renumbered 1231 in 1962 and became MP 1231 in 1976. It was repainted and renumbered as Great Southwest RR 102 on July 30, 1984. It was sold to Wilson Ry Corp in June 1988 and resold to Farmers Cooperative Elevator that same month. The elevator was acquired by Cooperative Business Association in 1989 or 1990. The engine was retired in 1997 with engine troubles and was sold to Roy Morris in November 1999 for use as a lease locomotive. The deal fell thru and Mr. Morris sold it to Transglobal Rail in October 2000. After rebuilding it was sold to Nucor Steel as 1231 and sent to Hertford, NC.

1232 was built in April 1951, #12551, FN 4074-1, as 9170. It was renumbered 1232 in 1962 and came to GSW about 1979. It was later returned to the Mopac and then rebuilt at Omaha on October 30, 1984, as Union Pacific 1269.

1233 was built in April 1951, #12552, FN 4074-2, as 9171. It was renumbered 1233 in 1962 and came to GSW about 1979. It was later returned to the MoPac and then rebuilt at Omaha on November 14, 1984, as UP 1270.  It was retired on April 12, 1997, and sold to Nevada Industrial Switching in June 1997. It was then leased to North American Fly Ash Co as 1270.  It became Mineral Solutions in June 1998 and sold as David J Joseph Co DJPX 1270 on September 1, 1999.  It leased in January 2003.  It was sold to Western Rail as WRIX 1270 and sold to Professional Locomotive Services as PLSX 1270 in May 2007.  It was sold as Steel Dynamics Inc 40.

1234 was built in April 1951, #12553, as 9172. It was renumbered 1234 in 1965 and was retired on February 28, 1985, and begun rebuilding as slug 1423. It was sold to Gray Supply as scrap on April 12, 1985

1235 was built in April 1951, #12554, as 9173. It was renumbered 1235 in 1962 and rebuilt as slug 1413 in April 1981. It became UP S22 in March 10, 1986, and renumbered Y916 in March 11, 2002.

1237 was built in May 1951, #12556, FN 4074-6, as 9175.  It was renumbered as 1237 in 1961 and retired on March 19, 1984.  It was sold to Mid-America Car and leased to Kansas City Power & Light Co as 1237.  It was returned to MAC and renumbered as 92.

1247 was built in June 1951, #12566, as 9185.  It was renumbered 1247 in 1962 and sold to Precision National on April 11, 1875.  It was sold as Inman Service Co 1247 and later sold as Webb Asset Management 966.

1249 was built in April 1951, #14325, as St. Louis Brownsville & Mexico 9187. It became MoPac 9187 in 1956 and was renumbered 1249 in 1962. It went to GSW as 1249 on July 30, 1984, and repainted and renumbered 103 in 1985. It was sold to Wilson in June 1988 and resold to Cargill at Split Rock, MN. It now has silver trucks from a UP SW10, but remains in GSW paint and lettering.

1253 was built in February 1951, #14329, as StLB&M 9191. It became MP 9191 in 1956 and was renumbered 1253 in 1962. It was renumbered 1217 in November 1974 and rebuilt as slug 1420 in November 1981. It became UP S29 on September 30, 1988 and renumbered Y923 on October 11, 2001.

 

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