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4859, Class GG-1, Juniata-General Electric, December 1937, #4326, as Pennsylvania RR 4859, Class GG-1. It became Penn Central 4859 Class GG-1 in 1968. Then it became  NJT 4859 in 1976. It was restored as PRR 4859 after retirement.

4862, Class GG-1, Juniata-General Electric, December 1937, #4329, as PRR 4862, Class GG-1. It became PC 4862, Class GG-1, in 1968. It then became Conrail 4862, Class GG-1, in April 1976.

4874, Class GG-1, was built at Juniata-Westinghouse in January 1939, #4343, as PRR 4874, Class GG-1.  It became PC 4874, GG-1. in 1968.  It became Conrail 4877, Class GG-1, in April 1976, and became NJDOT 4874, Class GG-1, in December 1976.  It was scrapped.

4877, Class GG-1, Juniata-Westinghouse January 1939, #4346, as PRR 4877, Class GG-1. It became PC 4877 Class GG-1 in 1968. In April 1976 it became Conrail 4877 Class GG-1. In December 1976 it became NJDOT 4877 Class GG-1. It was restored as PRR 4877 in 1981.

4880, Class GG-1, Juniata-General Electric, February 1939, #4349, as PRR 4880, Class GG-1. It became Penn Central 4880, Class GG-1, in 1968, and then became Conrail 4880, Class GG-1, in April 1976.  It became NJDOT 4880, Class GG-1, in December 1976.

958, E60CP, was built by General Electric on November 25, 1975, #39536, as National Railway Passenger Corp (Amtrak) 958.  It was sold as NJT 958 on January 13, 1984, and donated to the United Railroad Historical Society of New Jersey in 1998.

959, E60CP, was built by General Electric on June 28, 1976, #39537, as Amtrak 959.  It was sold as NJT 959 on January 13, 1984, and converted to icebreaker service in 1995.  It was sold to Naporano Iron & Metal for scrap.

960, E60CP, was built by General Electric in 1976, #39538, as Amtrak 960.  It was sold as NJT 960 on January 13, 1984, and converted to icebreaker service in 1995.  It was sold to Naporano Iron & Metal for scrap.

961, E60CP, was built by General Electric in 1976, #39539, as Amtrak 961.  It was sold as NJT 961 on January 13, 1984, and sold as Navajo Mine RR LOE23 in April 1995.

 

4410, ALP44, was built by Asea Brown Boveri in 1990.  It was retired on December 18, 2010.

4419, ALP44, was built by Asea Brown Boveri in 1995.  It was retired on December 18, 2010.

4622, ALP46, was built by Bombardier in 2002.

 

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