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1001, F45, was built by Electro-Motive in April 1971, #37167, FN 5774-2, as Burlington Northern 6627, Class F-45. It was retired in June 1986 and sold to Doyle McCormack as 743 in March 1987. It was then sold to Transisco as 1001 and later was sold to Wisconsin & Southern as 1001. It later was sold to Montana Rail-Link as 391.
1002, F45, was built by Electro-Motive in April 1971, #37182, FN 5774-17, as BN 6642, Class F-45. 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.
1003, F45, was built by Electro-Motive in April 1971, #37175, FN 5774-10, as BN 6635, Class F-45. 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.
No number, 65 Ton, was built by General Electric in July 1942, #15653, as United States Army 7341. It became United States Navy 65-00603 and sold as Topeka Railway Equipment Co no number. It became PLM Railcar Maintenance Corp no number and then Transisco no number.
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