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Alco Freight Diesels
1016, FA1, Class DFA-3c, was built in November 1948, #76250. It was traded in to General Electric in 1964.
1053, FA2, Class DFA-7b, was built in June 1951, #78966. It became Class AF-16 in 1966 and retired in 1968. It was traded in to General Electric in August 1968.
1090, FA2, Class DFA-7c, was built in October 1951, #79289. It became Class AF-16 in 1966 and traded in to General Electric in 1967.
1102, FA2, Class DFA-7c, was built in October 1951, #79301. It was renumbered 1302, Class AF-16. in 1966 and became Penn Central 1302, Class AF-16, in 1968. It was rebuilt by General Electric in 1973 as Long Island RR 600, Class PC6.
"1390", FPA4, was built by Montreal in April 1959, #83164, as Canadian National 6786, Class MPA-18B. It became Via Rail Canada 6786, Class MPA-18B, in March 1978 and sold as Windsor & Hantsport Ry 6786. It was acquired by Danbury Railway Museum and painted as PC 1390. It was later repainted as NYC 1390.
3327, FB2, Class DFB-7a, was built in May 1951, #78674. It was reclassified as Class AF-16 in 1966 and became PC 3327, Class 1302, Class AF-16, in 1968. It was traded in to General Electric in 1968
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