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6104-A, F3A, Class DF-1, was built in October 1947, #4511, FN E811-A10. It was renumbered 6109 and later Texas & New Orleans 309, Class DF-1. It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in November 1955 as 607, Class DF-14. It then became SP 607, Class EF418A-1, in 1966 and retired on July 28, 1968.

6105-D, F3A, Class DF-1, was built in December 1947, #4513, FN E811-A14.  It was renumbered 6111 and later T&NO 311, Class DF-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in 1955 as 611, Class DF-14.  It became SP 611, Class EF418A-1, in 1966 and retired.

6107-A, F3A, Class DF-1, was built in January 1948, #4516, FN E811-A17.  It was renumbered 6114 and later T&NO 314, Class DF-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in 1956 as 631, Class DF-14.  It became SP 631, Class EF418A-1, in 1966, and retired.

6107-D, F3A, Class DF-1, was built in January 1948, #4517, FN E811-A18.  It was renumbered 6115 and later T&NO 315, Class DF-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in 1956 as 614, Class DF-14.  It became SP 614, Class EF418A-1, in 1966 and retired.

6108-D, F3A, Class DF-1, was built in January 1948, #4519, FN E811-A20.  It was renumbered 6117 and later T&NO 317, Class DF-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in 1956 as 617, Class DF-14.  It becamer SP 617, Class EF418A-1, in 1966 and retired.

6111-D, F3A, Class DF-1, was built in January 1948, #4525, FN E811-A26.  It was renumbered 6123 and later T&NO 327, Class DF-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in March 1955 as 602, Class DF-14.  It became SP 602, Class EF418A-1, in 1966.  It was retired on September 25, 1968.

6101-C, F3B, Class DF-1, was built in May 1947, #4545, FN E811-B4.  It was renumbered 8003 and later T&NO 503, Class DF-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in December 1955 in 715, Class DF-14A.  It became SP 715, Class EF415B-1, in 1966 and retired in November 1968.

6108-C, F3B, Class DF-1, was built in December 1947, #4559, FN E811-B18.  It was renumbered 8017 and later T&NO 517, Class DF-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in November 1954 as 701, Class DF-14, and became SP 701, Class EF418B-1 in 1966.  It was retired in May 1967.

6109-B, F3B, Class DF-1, was built in December 1947, #4560, FN E811-B19.  It was renumbered 8018 and later T&NO 518, Cloass DF-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in 1954 as 702, Class DF-14, and became SP 702, Class EF418B-1, in 1966.  It was retired,

6110-C, F3B, Class DF-1, was built in January 1948, #4563, FN E811-B22.  It was renumbered 8021 and later T&NO 521, Class DF-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in 1954 as 703, Class DF-14, and became SP 703, Class EF418B-1, in 1966.  It was retired.

6118-C, F3B, Class DF-1, was built in January 1948, #4579, FN E811-B38.  It was renumbered 8037 and later TNO 523, Class DF-1.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in March 1956 as 705, Class DF-14A, and became SP 705, Class EF418B-1, in 1966.  It was retired in November 1969.

6120-A, F3A, Class DF-2, was built in October 1948, #6903, FN E1035A-1.  It was renumbered 6140 and later T&NO 300, Class DF-2, in March 1957.  It was retired in November 1963.

6296, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10601, FN 3039-A1.  It was reclassified Class EF415A-6 in 1966 and retired in 1967.

6297, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10602, FN 3039-A2.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in 1965.

6298, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10603, FN 3039-A3.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in 1965.

6299, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10604, FN 3039-A4.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in 1965.

6300, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10605, FN 3039-A5.  It was reclassified Class EF415A-6 in 1966 and retired in 1967.

6301, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10606, FN 3039-A6.  It was reclassified Class EF415A-6 in 1966 and traded to to Electro-Motive in 1966

6302, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10607, FN 3039-A7.  It was reclassified Class EF415A-6 in 1966 and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1967.

6303, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10608, FN 3039-A8.  It was reclassified Class EF415A-6 in 1966 and traded in to General Electric in April 1970.

6304, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10609, FN 3039-A9.  It was reclassified Class EF415A-6 in 1966 and retired in 1969.

6305, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10610, FN 3039-A10.  It was reclassified Class EF415-6 in 1966 and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1966.

6306, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10611, FN 3039-A11.  It was reclassified Class EF415-6 in 1966 and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1967.

6307, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10612, FN 3039-A12.  It was reclassified Class EF415-6 in 1966 and sold to General Electric in 1969.  It was sold to  Precision National Corp and sold to Missouri-Kansas-Texas as trade material.

6308, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10613, FN 3039-A13.  It was reclassified Class EF415-6 in 1966 and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1966.

6309, F7A, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10614, FN 3039-A14. It was reclassified Class EF415-6 in 1966 and traded it to General Electric in 1969.  It was sold to Wellesville Addison & Galeton where it was never used. It was sold to  Louisiana & North West as 47 in 1971. It went to Entertainment Trains Inc as 200 in May 1990 and was at the Galveston Railroad Museum as Texas Limited 200.  It was scrapped on June 1, 2011.

8200, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10649, FN 3039-B5.  It was retired in 1965.

8201, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10650, FN 3039-B6.  It was reclassified Class EF415B-6 in 1966 and retired in 1967.

8202, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10651, FN 3039-B7.  It was reclassified Class EF415B-6 in 1966 and retired in 1968.

8203, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10652, FN 3039-B8.  It was reclassified Class EF418B-6 in 1966 and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1966.

8204, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10653, FN 3039-B9.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in 1965.

8205, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10654, FN 3039-B10.  It was reclassified Class EF415B-6 in 1966 and retired in 1966.

8206, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10655, FN 3039-B11.  It was reclassified Class EF415B-6 in 1966 and retired in 1966.

8207, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in October 1950, #10656, FN 3039-B12.  It was reclassified Class EF415B-6 in 1966 and retired in 1966.

8208, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in November 1950, #10657, FN 3039-B13.  It was reclassified Class EF418B-6 in 1966 and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1966.

8209, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in November 1950, #10658, FN 3039-B14.  It was sold to General Electric and resold to Precision National Corp in 1964.

8210, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in November 1950, #10659, FN 3039-B15.  It was retired in 1965.

8211, F7B, Class DF-6, was built in November 1950, #10660, FN 3039-B16.  It was reclassified Class EF418B-6 in 1966 and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1968.

306, FP7A, Class EP415CA-1, was built in April 1950, #11628, FN 3056-A1, as St Louis South-Western 306, Class Z-15..  It was renumbered 330 in 1952 and became SP 6462 in 1960.  It was reclassified Class EP415CA-1 in 1966 and retired in September 1972.

6427, F7A, Class EF415A-2, was built in September 1951, #12814, FN 3126-A4, as T&NO 341, Class DF-4.  It became SP 6427, Class EF415A-2, in 1966 and retired.

6433, F7A, Class EF415A-2, was built in September 1951, #12820, FN 3126-A10, as T&NO 347, Class DF-4.  It became SP 6433, Class EF415A-2, in 1966 and retired.

6437, F7A, Class EF415A-2, was built in September 1951, #12824, FN 3126-A14, as T&NO 351, Class DF-4.  It became SP 6437, Class EF415A-2, in 1966 and retired.

6379, F7A, Class DF-8, was built in July 1952, #16560, FN 3107-A2. In 1966 it was reclassified EF415-8. It was traded in to General Electric in 1968, and was sold to L&NW in October 1968. In May 1990 it became ETI 100. It was at the Galveston Railroad Museum as TL 100 and scrapped on June 1, 2011.

357, F7A, Class EP415A-3, was built in December 1952, #17211, FN 3157-A4, as T&NO 357 Class DF-9. It became SP 357, Class EP415A-3, in 1966 and retired in December 1967.

6443, FP7A, , Class EF415A-11, was built in February 1953, #18157, FN 3166-A4, as 6443, Class DF-11.  It was reclassified Class EF415A-11 in 1966 and traded it in to General Electric.  It was sold as WA&G 2200 in March 1970 and sold as Port Authority of Allegheny County 6690 in 1975.  It was sold as Connecticut Department of Transportation 6690 in 1989 and sold to Galveston Railroad Museum in 2011.

379, F7A, Class EF415A-11, was built in March 1953, #18372, FN 3167-A16, as T&NO 379, Class DF-11. It later became SP 379, Class EF415A-11. It was traded in to General Electric in August 1969. GE sold it to WA&G as 2400 in 1969. It then went to Louisiana & North West in 1974. In January 1992 it went to Waccamaw Coast Line as 48.   It was scrapped.

553, F7B, Class EF415B-13, was built in July 1953, #18380, FN 3167-B6, as T&NO 553, Class DF-13.  It later became SP 553, Class EF415B-13.  It was retired on January 27, 1970.

 

 

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