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St. Louis-San Francisco

Electro-Motive SD45 Diesels

900 was built in February 1967, #33011, FN 7967-1.  It became Burlington Northern 6650, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on January 20, 1986.  It was sold to St Louis Auto Shredding for scrap in July 1986.

901 was built in February 1967, #33012, FN 7967-2.  It became BN 6651, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on December 15, 1984.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in July 1985.

902 was built in February 1967, #33013, FN 7967-3.  It became BN 6652, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on December 15, 1984.  It was sold to St Louis Auto Shredding for scrap in February 1986.

903 was built in February1967, #33014, FN 7967-4.  It became BN 6653, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on January 20, 1985.  It was sold to Chrome Locomotive Co on November 25, 1986.

904 was built in February 1967, #33015, FN 7967-5. It became BN 6654, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired in August 1986. It was sold to Pielet Bros for scrap in December 1986.

905 was built in Februar 1967, #33016, FN 7967-6.  It became BN 6655, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and sold as Gulf & Mississippi 6655 in December 1986.  It was sold to National Ry Equipment Co as 6655 in April 1987 and sold as Wisconsin Central Ltd 6655 in December 1987.  It was sold to Larry's Truck Equipment Co.

906 was built in February 1967, #33017, FN 7967-7.  It became BN 6656, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on August 19, 1986.  It was sold to Chrome Locomotive Co on November 26, 1986.

907 was built in February 1967, #33018, FN 7970-1.  It became BN 6657, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on August 28, 1982.  It was sold as Colorado & Eastern 6657 on October 2, 1982, and sold for scrap to Pielet Bros in July 1988.

908 was built in February 1967, #33019, FN 7970-2.  It became BN 6658, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on August 23, 1984.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in July 1985.

909 was built in February 1967, #33020, FN 7970-3.  It was wrecked on January 20, 1979, and sold to Precision National for scrap in April 1979.

910 was built in February 1967, #33021, FN 7970-4.  It became BN 6659, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on September 30, 1986.  It was sold to Soo Line RR as 6492 in March 1987 and retired in June 1992.  It was sold to Chrome Locomotive in March 1993 and sold to Morrison Knudsen.  It was rebuilt as Southern Pacific 8586 on May 27, 1994.  It was assigned as Union Pacific 2662, but never repainted. 

911 was built in February 1967, #33022, FN 7970-5.  It became BN 6660, Class SD-45, in December 1980 amd was sold as G&M 6660 in December 1986.  It was retired in April 1987 and sold to National Railway Equipment Co.  It was sold as WCLtd 6660 in December 1987 and was renumbered 6497.

912 was built in May 1967, #33182, FN 5729-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in March 1971 and later became BN 6661, Class SD-45, in December 1980.  It was retired on September 3, 1986, and sold to Pielet Bros for scrap on December 10, 1986.

913 was built in May 1967, #33183, FN 5729-2.  It became BN 6662, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on November 12, 1986.  It was sold to Chicago Railway Equipment Co on March 25, 1987, and scrapped at Pielet Bros.

914 was built in February 1968, #33599, FN 7080-1. It became BN 6663, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on November 18, 1986. It was sold to Pielet Bros for scrap on March 25, 1987.

915 was built in February 1968, #33600, FN 7080-2.  It became BN 6664, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on December 17, 1986.  It was sold to Pielet Bros for scrap on March 9, 1987.

916 was built in February 1968, #33601, FN 7080-3.  It became BN 6665, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on October 1, 1982.  It was sold to Chrome Locomotive Co on October 22, 1982.

917 was built in February 1968, #33602, FN 7080-4.  It became BN 6666, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on July 7, 1986.  It was sold to Chrome Locomotive Co on November 25, 1986.

918 was built in February 1968, #33603, FN 7080-5.  It became BN 6667, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on December 12, 1986,  It was sold to Pielet Bros for scrap on March 15, 1987.

919 was built in February 1968, #33604, FN 7080-6.  It became BN 6668, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired in November 1986.  It was sold to Pielet Bros for scrap in March 1987.

920 was built in February 1968, #33605, FN 7080-7.  It became BN 6669, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on January 20, 1986.  It was sold to St Louis Auto Shredding for scrap on July 16, 1986.

921 was built in February 1968, #33606, FN 7080-8.  It became BN 6670, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on November 20, 1984.  It was sold to Simon & Sons for scrap in March 1985.

922 was built in February 1968, #33607, FN 7080-9.  It became BN 6671, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on October 3, 1986.  It was sold to Wilson Railway on May 1, 1987, and scrapped.

923 was built in February 1968, #33608, FN 7080-10.  It became BN 6672, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on September 11, 1984.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in July 1985.

924 was built in February 1968, #33609, FN 7080-11.  It became BN 6673, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on September 12, 1986.  It was sold to Pielet Bros Co in October 1986 and resold to National Ry Equipment Co in December 1986.

925 was built in February 1968, #33610, FN 7080-12.  It became BN 6674, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on January 18, 1985.  It was sold to Chicago Ry Equipment Co on December 21, 1986, and sold for scrap to Pielet Bros Co in December 1986.

927 was built in October 1968, #34246, FN 7129-2. It became BN 6675, Class SD-45, in December 1980, and was retired on December 1986. It was sold to Mid-America Car in March 1987 and then to Precision National Corp in May 1987.

928 was built in October 1968, #34247, FN 7129-3.  It became BN 6676, Class SD-45, in December 1980, and was retired on June 13, 1986.  It was sold to Chrome Locomotive Co on November 26, 1986.

929 was built in September 1969, #35477, FN 7194-1.  It became BN 6677, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on November 14, 1986.  It  was sold to Azcon Corp on March 15, 1987, and then to National Ry Equipment Co in April 1987.  It was then sold to WCLtd as 6677 in December 1987 and later renumbered 6498.

930 was built in September 1969, #35478, FN 7194-2.  It became BN  6678, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and sold to Soo Line RR as 6491 in March 1987.  It was retired in June 1992,  It was sold to Morrison-Knudsen Corp as 9528 in March 1993 and sold to WCLtd as 9528 in 1997.  It was renumbered 6638 and then rebuilt as 7638.

931 was built in September 1969, #35479, FN 7194-3.  It became BN 6679, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on December 13, 1984.  It was sold for scrap to General Metal Co in July 1986.

932 was built in September 1969, #35480, FN 7194-4.  It became BN 6680, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on December 13, 1986.  It was sold to Precision National on April 30. 1987, and taken over by National Railway Equipment.  It was rebuilt as Union Pacific 4733, SD40-3, on December 15, 1998, and renumbered 2783 on December 11, 2001.  It was retired on April 15, 2002.  It was returned to CIT Group as CEFX 2783 and relettered as CITX 2783 in 2010.  It was sold to Residual Based Finance Corp as OFOX 2783 in 2014 and sold to WATCo as WAMX 4202 in 2014.

933 was built in September 1969, #35481, FN 7194-5.  It became BN 6681, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on December 21, 1986.  It was sold to Azcon Corp on February 16, 1987, and then resold at National Helm Leasing Corp 6681 in March 1987.  It was sold as Montana Rail Link 6681 on October 31, 1989, and renumbered 356.   It was scrapped in May 2014.

934 was built in September 1969, #35482, FN 7194-6.  It became BN 6682, Class SD-45, in December 1980, and was retired on August 20, 1986.  It was sold to Chicago Ry Equipment Co on December 19, 1986, and scrapped at Pielet Bros.

935 was built in September 1969, #35483, FN 7194-7. It became BN 6683, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on December 9, 1986. It was sold to VMV Enterprises in February 1987 and became Paducah & Louisville 6683 in March 1987. It was rebuilt at Paducah in 1995 as Kansas City Southern as 619.

936 was built in September 1969, #35484, FN 7194-8.  It became BN 6684, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on July 1, 1986.  It was sold to Pielet Bros Co on January 20, 1987.

937 was built in October 1969, #35485, FN 7194-9.  It became BN 6685, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and was retired on January 20, 1986,  It was sold for scrap to St Louis Auto Shredding on July 16, 1986.

938 was built in October 1969, #35486, FN 7194-10.  It became BN 6686, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on December 9, 1986.  It was sold to Azcon Corp on February 21, 1987, and then to National Helm Leasing Corp 6686 in March 1987.  It was sold as Montana Rail Link 6686 on October 31, 1989, and renumbered 908.

939 was built in October 1969, #35487, FN 7194-11.  It became BN 6687, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on January 12, 1985,  It was sold to Pielet Bros in October 1986 and resold to National Ry Equipment Co in December 1986.

940 was built in October 1969, #35488, FN 7194-12.  It became BN 6688, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired in January 1986.  It was sold for scrap to Saint Louis Auto Shredding on July 16, 1986.

941 was built in October 1969, #35489, FN 7194-13.  It became BN 6689, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on December 12, 1986.  It was sold to Azcon Corp on March 27, 1987, and resold as National Helm Leasing Corp 6689 in March 1987.  It was later rebuilt as Morrison Knudsen Corp 9532 in 1993

942 was built in October 1969, #35490, FN 7194-14.  It became BN 6690, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on December 9, 1986.  It was sold to Azcon Corp on March 15, 1987, and resold as National Ry Equipment Co in March 1987.  It was resold as WCLtd 6690 on March 19, 1988, and renumbered 6499.  It was later rebuilt as 7499.

943 was built in December 1969, #35583, FN 7204-1.  It became BN 6691, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on September 23, 1986.  It was sold to Chicago Ry Equipment Co on March 2, 1987, and transferred to Pielet Bros for scrap in March 1987.

944 was built in December 1969, #35584, FN 7204-2.  It became BN 6692, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on December 15, 1986.  It was sold to Azcon on February 21, 1987, and resold as National Helm Leasing Corp 6692 in March 1987.

945 was built in December 1969, #35585, FN 7204-3.  It became BN 6693, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on January 20, 1986.  It was scrapped on November 15, 1986.

946 was built in December 1969, #35586, FN 7204-4.  It became BN 6694, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on December 13, 1986.  It was sold to Azcon on March 9, 1987, and resold as National Helm Leasing Corp 6694 in March 1987.  It was sold as Montana Rail Link 6694 on October 31, 1989, and renumbered 908.  It was rebuilt as 358 and transferred as I&M Rail Link 358 in April 1997.  It was returned as MRL 358 in July 2002.

947 was built in December 1969, #35587, FN 7204-5.  It became BN 6695, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on December 15, 1986.  It was sold as National Helm Leasing Co 6695 in March 1987,

948 was built in December 1969, #35588, FN 7204-6.  It became BN 6696, Class SD-45, in December 1980 and retired on September 16, 1986.  It was sold to Chicago Ry Equipment Co on December 19, 1986, and sent for scrap to Pielet Bros.

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