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Electro-Motive GP30 Diesels
1301 was built in July 1962, #27401, fn 7626-2, as Louisville & Nashville 1002, Class GP-30. It became SBD 1301.
1309 was built in November 1962, #27928, FN 5648-1, as Seaboard Air Line RR 600. In July 1967 it became L&N 1009, Class GP-30. It later became Seaboard Coast Line 1309 and then SBD 1309. It was rebuilt by Morrison Knudsen in December 1988 and became Burlington Northern 2805, Class GP-39M, on December 30, 1988. It later became Burlington Northern Santa Fe 2805, Class GP-39M, and later became Class GP39-2R.
1328 was built in December 1962, #27942, FN 7636-10, as SAL 519. In July 1967 it became SCL 328 and then SBD 1328 in January 1983. It was traded in to General Electric in 1985.
1362, was built in May 1963, #27754, FN 7657-3, as L&N 1031, Class GP-30. It became SBD 1362 and then was rebuilt by Morrison Knudsen in February 1989 as BN 2806. It later became BNSF 2806, Class GP-39M, on March 2002 and later became Class GP39-2R.
1373 was built in June 1963, #27755, FN 7657-4, as L&N 1032, Class GP-30. It became SBD 1373 and then renumbered 4061.
1393 was built in January 1963, #27990, FN 7637-2, as Atlantic Coast Line 901. It became SCL 1301 in July 1967 and was later to L&N as 1062, Class GP-30. It then went to SBD as 1393.
1395 was built in January 1963, #27992, FN 7637-4, as ACL 903. It became SCL 1303 in July 1967 and transferred as L&N 1064, Class GP-30. It became SBD 1395, Class GP-30, and rebuilt by Morrison Knudsen as BN 2808, Class GP-39M, on February 24, 1989. It became BNSF 2808, Class GP-39M, in April 2001 and later became Class GP39-2R.
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