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306, RS20, was built in May 1951, #78857, as Green Bay & Western 306, RS3. It was rebuilt as RS20 in February 1976. It became WCLtd 306 in 1993 and was later sold to Caddo Antoine & Little Missouri as 306.

307, RS20, was built by Alco in July 1955, #81286, as GB&W 307, RS3.  It was rebuilt as RS20 in January 1975.  It became Wisconsin Central 307 in 1993 and was sold as Minnesota Commercial RR 307 on November 11, 1994.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment Co in 2001.

308, RS20, was built in June 1955, #81287, as GB&W 308, RS3. It was rebuilt as RS20 in April 1974. It became Wisconsin Central 308 in 1993 and was later sold to Kankakee Beaverville & Southern as 308 in January 1995.  It was sold to B&K Engineering in 2005.

309, RS11u, was built in August 1956, #81931, as Kewaunee GB&W 309 "H Weldon McGee".   It was rebuilt in 1964 using some, but not all of the newer innovations from the Century series. Another change simply was to change the fuel rack settings. The result was that, in tests, as much as 2400 hp was gleaned from the original 251 engine. However, there was fear that the main generator could not handle such a load, so the 309 was run at 2,000 hp for a few years, and then at 2250hp after 1987. It should also be noted that the nose was not chopped concurrent with the rebuilding. that was a separate event.  It GB&W 309 on June 1, 1969.  It became Wisconsin Central 309 in 1993 and sold to KB&S as 309 in January 1995.  It was wrecked on March 11, 1999, and scrapped in 2004.

311, DL640A, was built in September 1963, #84559, as GB&W 311. It became WCLtd  311 in 1993 and sold as MCRR 311 on April 16, 1994.  It was wrecked in July 1996.

312, C424, was built in July 1964, #3375-01, as GB&W 312 "The Homer E McGee".  It became WCLtd  312 in 1993 and sold as Indiana Hi-Rail 312 in 1994.  It was sold as Martin Marietta Materials 312 in 1995.

 313, C424, was built in January 1954, #3382-04, as GB&W 313. It became WCLtd 313 in 1993 and MCRR 313 on August 27, 1993..

314, C424, was built in September 1965, #3382-08, as Kewaunee Green Bay & Western 314,  It was transferred to GB&W andt became WCLtd 314 in 1993 and MCRR 314 on August 27, 1993.

 315, C424, was built in February 1968, #3498-01, as GB&W 315. It is now preserved at the National Railway Museum.

316, RS27, was built in March 1962, #83604, as Alco demonstrator 640-5. It was sold to Chicago & North Western as 903 almost immediately. C&NW traded back to Alco on February 10, 1966, and it became Alco 903, a lease unit. It was then sold to GB&W as 316 in October 1968 and became WCLtd 316 in 1993.  It was sold as MCRR 316 in 1994.

318, RS27, was built  in March 1962, #83602, as Alco demonstrator 640-2. It was sold to C&NW as 901 and traded back to Alco on February 10, 1966. It became Alco 901. It was leased to Canadian Pacific as 2998 and retured to Alco as 901. It was sold to Precision National as 901 in May 1969. Then it was sold to GB&W as 318 on May 11, 1976., and became WCLtd 318 in 1993.  It was sold as MCRR 318 in 1994.

319, C424, was built in 1960 as Alco demonstrator 640-1. It was rebuilt in September, 1963, #84558, as  Pennsylvania RR 2415, Class AF24A. It became Penn Central  2415, Class AF24A, in 1968, and  Consolidated Railroad Corp 2474, Class C424, in April 1976. It was sold to GE Hornell and rebuilt.  It was sold to GB&W in January 1980 and entered service as 319 on February 8, 1980.  It became WCLtd 319 in 1993 and sold as Caddo Antoine & Little Missouri 319 in 1994. It was then sold as Livonia Avon & Lakeville 429 in 2002

320, C424, was built in June 1963, #84554, as Erie Lackawanna 2412, Class MFA-24D-4. In April 1976 it became Conrail 2486, Class C424. It was sold to GE Hornell and rebuilt. It was sold to GB&W in January 1980 and entered service as 320 on March 19, 1980. It became WCLtd 320 in 1993 and sold as CALM 320 in 1994.  It was then sold to LA&P in 2002.

322, C424, was built in October 1963, #87433, as Reading 5204, Class RSA-14. In April 1976 it became Conrail 2493, Class C424. It was sold to GE Hornell and rebuilt.  It was sold to GB&W in January 1980 and entered service as 322 in March 1980. It became WCLtd 322 in 1993 and sold to Reading Co Technical & History Society as Reading 5204.

323, C420, was built in July 1966, #3463-01, as Lehigh & Hudson River 27. It became Conrail 2075, Class C420, in April 1976. It was sold to GE Hornell and rebuilt.  It was purchased by GB&W in December 1979 and entered service as 323 on December 18, 1979. It became WCLtd 323 in 1993, was sold to Iowa Interstate RR as 850 in December 1993 and later resold to Louisville New Albany & Corydon on August 10, 1999.

2400, RSD15, was built by Alco in May 1959, #81764, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 802, Class 800. It was renumbered 9802, Class 9800, in 1970, and sold to Lake Superior & Ishpeming as 2400 in April 1975. It was later sold to Fox River Valley RR as 2400 and then to GB&W 2400 in 1991.  It was sold as WCLtd 2400 on August 28, 1993, and scrapped in March 1996 at Green Bay, WI.

2403, RSD15, was built by Alco in June 1960, #83054, as AT&SF 844, Class 800.  It was renumbered 9844, Class 9800, in 1970 and sold to LS&I as 2403 in April 1975.  It was sold as FRV 2403 in November 1989 and sold as GB&W 2403 in 1991.  It became WCL 2403 on August 28, 1993, and scrapped at Green Bay in March 1996.

2404, RSD15, was built by Alco in June 1959, #83469, as AT&SF 810, Class 800.  It was renumbered 9810, Class 9800, on April 26, 1970, and retired on January 29, 1975.  It was sold as LS&I 2404 in April 1975 and sold as FRV 2404 in November 1989.  It was sold as GB&W 2404 in 1991 and WCL 2404 on August 28, 1993.  It was scrapped in 1993 at Green Bay, WI.

2405, RSD15, was built by Alco in May1960, #83574, as AT&SF 838, Class 800.  It was renumbered 9838, Class 9800, in 1970.  It was sold as LS&I 2405 in April 1975 and sold as FRV 2405 in November 1989.  It was sold as GB&W 2405 in 1991 and WCL 2405 on August 28, 1993.  It was scrapped in March 1996 at Green Bay, WI.

 

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