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Electro-Motive F45 Diesels
6609, Class F-45, was built in August 1969, #35113, FN 5750-4, as Great Northern 436, Class F-45. It became BN 6609, Class F-45, in 1970 and retired in June 1984. It was sold to Canadian National for parts.
6618, Class F-45, was built in August 1970, #36345, FN 5762-5. It was retired in August 1985 and sold for scrap to Pielet Brothers in November 1986.
6627, Class F-45, was built in April 1971, #37167, FN 5774-2. It was retired in June 1986 and sold to Doyle McCormack as 743 in March 1987. It was then sold to Transisco Rail Services Co as 1001 and later was sold to Wisconsin & Southern as 1001. It later was sold to Montana Rail-Link as 391.
6635, Class F-45, was built in April 1971, #37175, FN 5774-10. It was retired in June 1986 and sold to National Railway Equipment Co as NRL 6635. It was then to Transisco as 1003 and later was sold to W&S as 1003. It later was sold to MRL as 393.
6640, Class F-45, was built in June 1971, #37180, FN 5774-15. It was sold to New York Susuquehanna & Western as 6371 in August 1986 and renumbered 3636 in November 1986.
6642, Class F-45, was built in April 1971, #37182, FN 5774-17. It was retired in March 1987 and sold to National Railway Equipment Co. It was then sold to Transisco as 1002 and later was sold to W&So as 1002. It later was sold to MRL as 392. It was scrapped in May 2014.
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