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3127, Class E-60, was built as Buffalo & Susquehanna 153. It became Baltimore & Ohio 3127, Class E-60, in January 1932 and was sold to WA&G as 3127 on January 1, 1956. It was scrapped in November 1956.
1200, 125 Ton, was built by General Electric in September 1937, #12229, as Ford Motor Co 1000. It was sold to WA&G as 1200 in December 1955 and was retired in 1962. It was scrapped in 1969.
1400, 132 Ton, was built by General Electric in June 1939, #12507, as FMC as 1003. It was sold to WA&G as 1400 in May 1956 and was retired in 1963. It was scrapped in 1969.
1600, 132 Ton, was built by General Electric in June 1939, #12508, as FMC as 1004. It was sold to WA&G as 1600 in Marrch 1958 and was retired in June 1969. It was scrapped in 1969.
2000, F7A, was built by Electro-Motive in July 1952, #16561, FN 3107-A3, as Southern Pacific 6380, Class DF-8. In 1966 it was reclassified EF415A-8. It was traded in to GE, who sold it to the WA&G as 2000 on November 19, 1968. It was sold to Louisiana & North West as 45 in June 1969. After years of storage, it was sold as Golden Gate Ry Museum 6380 and given it's original number for shipment in April 2000.
2100, F7A, was built by Electro-Motive in July 1952, #16559, FN 3107-A1, as SP 6378, Class DF-8. In 1966 it was reclassified EF415A-8. It was traded in to GE and became WA&G 2100 in Jun 1969. Almost immediately it was sold to L&NW as 46. It joined 45 for the trip to California as GGMX 6378.
2200, FP7A, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1953, #18157, FN 3166-A4, as SP 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.
2400, F7A, was built by Electro-Motive in March 1953, #18372, FN 3167-A16, as Texas & New Orleans 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 as Louisiana & North West 48 in 1974. In January 1992 it went to Waccamaw Coast Line as 48. It was scrapped.
No number, F7A, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1950, #10614, FN 3039-A14, as SP 6309, Class DF-6. It was reclassified Class EF415-6 in 1966 and traded it to General Electric in 1969. It was sold to WA&G where it was never used. It was sold to L&NW 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.
No number, FP7A, Electro-Motive January 1950, #9004, FN 6043-A3. It was originally Western Pacific 805A, Class D-176. It was traded in to General Electric in September 1972. GE sold it to WA&G where it was never renumbered. It came to L&NW as 49 in 1976. In July 1986 it was purchased by the Portola Railroad Museum who have restored it as WP 805A.
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