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Electro-Motive GP18 Diesels
918 was built in December 1959, #24927. It was retired in July 1986 and rebuilt as RP-E4D 9733 in June 1987.
924 was built in December 1959, #24933. It was retired in September 1985 and sold for scrap to Cycle Systems in January 1988.
939 was built in June 1961, #26780. It was retired in August 1984 and rebuilt as731 in February 1987,
949 was built in July 1961, #26790. It was retired in February 1987 and sold for scrap to Cycle Systems in February 1993.
950 was built in July 1961, #26791. It was retired in April 1987 and sold in May 1987 to Duval Transportation of the Carolinas as 950. It then became Mid Atlantic RR as 950 in November 1987 and later became Carolina Southern RR 950 in February 1995.
958 was built in August 1961, #26799. It was retired in April 1987 and sold in May 1987 to Duval Transportation of the Carolinas as 958. It then became MARR as 958 in November 1987 and later became CASO 958 in February 1995.
962 was built in August 1961, #26803. It was rebuilt at Roanoke in October 1982 as 9711, RP-4E, and then sold to Central Oregon & Pacific as 4166 in January 1998.
2703 was built in June 1960, #26026, as New York Chicago & St Louis 703, Class ERS-18A. It became N&W 2703 in 1965 and renumbered 1493 in 1983. It was retired November 29, 1984, and sold as Island Creek Coal Co 1493 in 1987. It was sold as Rail Switching Service 1493 in 1999.
2707 was built in June 1960, #26030, as NYC&StL 704, Class ERS-18A. It became N&W 2707 in 1965 and retired on November 19, 1980.
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