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Alco RS2, RS3 Diesels
100, RS3, Class RS-3, was built in November 1951, #79385.
104, RS2, Class RS-3, was built in June, 1947, #75146, as Great Northern 201, Class RS-4. It later became Spokane Portland & Seattle 64 on February 16, 1963. It was traded in to Alco in 1967 and was sold to L&N as 104, Class RS-3, in 1967.
126, RS3, Class RS-3, was built in January 1954, #80669.
248, RS3, Class RS-3, was built in April 1951, #78565, as Reading Co 502, Class RS-1. It was sold to Alco Products in July 1966 and resold at Tennessee Central Ry 248 in 1966. It was sold as L&N 248, Class R-3, in May 1968 and rebuilt as slug 2055 in July 1971. It was retired on May 7, 1982, and sold to Chrome Crankshaft for scrap.
249, RS3, Class RS-1, was built in April 1951, #78571, as Reading 508, Class RS-1. It was sold to Alco Products in July 1966 and resold as TC 249 in 1966. It was sold as L&N 249, Class RS-3, in June 1968 and retired in 1975.
261, RS2u, Class RS-3, was built in March 1947, #75142, as Chicago Indianapolis & Louisville 22. It was rebuilt by Alco in 1964 as 52. It became L&N 261, Class RS-3, in August 1971.
262, RS2u, Class RS-3, was built in April 1947, #75144, as CI&L 23. It was rebuilt by Alco in 1964 as 53. It became L&N 262, Class RS-3, in August 1971.
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