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1201, SW1200RS, was built in November 1955, #20666, FN 4316-1, as Illinois Terminal RR 775.  It was renumbered 1201, Class ES-12, in 1967 and became N&W 1201 in November 1981.  It was retired August 1988 and sold as Sequatchie Valley RR 1201

1202, SW1200RS, was built in November 1955, #20667, FN 4316-2, as ITRR 776.  It was renumbered 1202, Class ES-12, in 1967 and became N&W 1202 in November 1981.  It was retired in June 1987 and sold as Southern Aggregate Co no number.

1203, SW1200RS, was built in November 1955, #20668, FN 4316-3 as ITRR 777.  It was renumbered 1203, Class ES-12, and became N&W 1203 in November 1981.  It was sold as Beaufort & Morehead RR 1203.

1210, SW1200RS, was built in December 1955, #20675, FN 4316-10, as ITRR 784.  It was renumbered 1210, Class ES-12, in 1967 and became N&W 1210 in November 1981,  It was sold to Sequatchie Valley RR as 1210 in March 1988.

1220, SW7u, was built in September 1950, #10761, FN 4038-10, as Union Pacific 1809.  It was retired in February 1977 and sold to Chrome Crankshaft Co.  It was rebuilt at Silvis in August 1979 and sold as IT 1220, Class ES-12.  It became N&W 1220 in November 1951.  It was returned to Chrome in August 1986 and sold to Rail Switching Services as RSSX 1220.

1221, SW7u, was built in January 1950, #10287, FN 6076-15, as Chesapeake & Ohio 5228, Class SE-12.  It was reclassified as Class SW-7 in 1964 and sold to Chrome Crankshaft.  It was sold as IT 1221, Class ES-12, in 1979 and became N&W 1221 in November 1981.  It was returned to Chrome in August 1986.

2019, NW2, was built in February 1948, #6090, FN E854-9, as New York Chicago & St Louis 19, Class ES-10C.  It became N&W 2019 in August 1967 and retired on December 29, 1982.  It was sold to Chrome Crankshaft in March 1984 and resold to Hyman-Michaels Co.  It was sold as Hallet Dock Co 12 in February 1986.

2020, NW2, was built in February 1948, #6091, FN E854-10, as NKP 20, Class ES-10C.  It became N&W 2020 in September 1967 and retired in December 1967.  It was sold to Precision National Corp and sold as Granite City Steel Co 1000.  It was retired.

2105, SW1, was built in December 1950, #13705, FN 6213-1, as NKP 105, Class ES-6a.  It became N&W 2105 in 1965.

2106, SW1, was built in December 1950, #13706, FN 6213-2, as NKP 106, Class ES-6a.  It became N&W 2106 in 1965 and retired on April 22, 1985.  It was traded in to General Electric and sold to Independent Locomotive Service in 1987 and sold as North Central Grain Co-op 2106 in March 1988.

2290, SW1500, was built in February 1970, #35823, FN 7220-1, as ITRR 1509, Class ES-15.  It became N&W 2290 in November 1981,  It was sold to Helm Leasing in June 1996 and rebuilt by Metro East Industries as Union Pacific 1020 on March 12, 1997.  It was assigned Y1020 in December 1997 but retired on March 11, 2002.

2291, SW1500, was built in February 1970, #35824, FN 4581-1, as ITRR 1510, Class ES-15.  It became N&W 2291 in November 1961,  It was sold to Helm Leasing in June 1996 and rebuilt by Metro East Industries as UP 1005, Class SW1500, on October 3, 1996.  It was assigned Y1005 in December 1997 but retired on March 11, 2002.

2292, SW1500, was built in March 1970, #35825, FN 4581-3, as ITRR 1511, Class ES-15.  It became N&W 2292 in November 1981 and retired in 2009.

2293, SW1500, was built in March 1970, #35826, FN 4581-3, as ITRR 1512, Class ES-15.  It became N&W 2293 in November 1981.  It was sold to Helm Leasing in June 1996 and rebuilt by Metro East Industries as UP 1014, Class SW1500, on December 3, 1996.  It was retired on March 11, 2002. It was sold as Larry's Truck Equipment 1014 and renumbered 1510.

3110, SW1, was built in April 1949, #7741, FN E1094-1, as Wabash RR 110, Class D-6.  It became N&W 3110 in 1965 and sold to Andersen Windowalls  Inc as 3110 in January 1974.  It was sold to Minnesota Transportation Museum in 2000.

3120, SW8, was built in October 1950, #9045, FN 4056-1, as Wabash 120, Class D-8.  It became N&W 3120 in 1965 and renumbered 3720 in 1983.  It was retired inApril 1985 and sold to Cycle Systems i July 1093.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment Co.

3121, SW8, was built in October 1950, #9046, FN 4065-2, as Wabash 121, Class D-8.  It became N&W 3121 in 1965 and renumbered 3721 in 1983.  It was retired in April 1985 and traded in to Electro-Motive.  It was sold for scrap in January 1986.

3123, SW8, was built by General Motors in January 1951, #A146, FN C106-2, as Wabash 123, Class D-8.  It became N&W 3123 in 1965 and retired.

3125, SW8, was built in September 1951, #14418, FN 6280-1, as Wabash 125, Class D-8.  It became N&W 3125 in 1965 and was renumbered 3725 in 1983.  It was retired in April 1985 and sold to Cycle Systems in December 1985.

3127, SW8, was built by General Motors in August 1951, #A278, FN C122-1, as Wabash 127, Class D-8.  It became N&W 3127 in 1965 and was renumbered 3727 in 1983.  It was retired in February 1988 and sold to Independent Locomotive Service as 1370 in March 1988.  It was then sold to Bunge Corp as 1370. 

3129, SW8, was built in February 1953, #17590, FN 6415-2, as Wabash 129, Class D-8.  It became N&W 3129 in 1965 and was renumbered 3729 in 1983.  It was retired in April 1985 and sold to Cycle Systems in July 1987.

3363, SW9, was built in April 1951, #12622, FM 6159-1, as Wabash 363, Class D-12.  It became N&W 3363 in 1965.

3365, SW9, was built in April 1951, #12624, FN 6159-3, as Wabash 365, Class D-12.  It became N&W 3365 in 1965 and was retired in March 1984.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in August 1984.

3372, SW9, was built in March 1952, #17580, FN 4150-1, as Wabash 372, Class D-12.  It became N&W 3372 in 1965 and retired in April 1985.  It was sold to Cycle Systems in July 1987.

3373, SW9, was built in March 1952, #17581, FN 4150-2, as Wabash 373, Class D-12.  It became N&W 3373 in 1965 and retired in February 1988.  It was sold to Independent Locomotive Service in September 1988 and sold as Central RR of Indianapolis 1201 in April 1989.  It was sold as BDLX 1201 and resold as Luzerne & Susquehanna RR 1201 in 2007.

3375, SW1200, was built in January 1954, #18877, FN 4243-1, as Wabash 375, Class D-12.  It became N&W 3375 in 1965 and sold as Akron & Barberton Belt RR 1203.

 

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