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5004B, Class Z-1, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in June 1926, #59276. It was originally 5005.
5010, Class Y-1, was built by Alco-General Electric in August 1927, #67022, 10160. It was rebuilt in August 1956 at Pennsylvania RR 1, Class FF-1, and it was scrapped in 1966.
5011, Class Y-1, was built by Alco-General Electric in October 1927, #67023, 10161. After a wreck, it was rebuilt in 1945 and was scrapped in 1956.
5013, Class Y-1, was built by Alco in March 1928, #67543, and finished by General Electric in August 1928, #10538. In August 1956 it was rebuilt as Pennsylvania RR 3, Class FF-1, and it was scrapped in 1962.
5014, Class Y-1, was built by Alco-General Electric in March 1930, #68272, 11149. It was rebuilt as PRR 4, Class FF-2, in August 1956.
5015, Class Y-1, was built by Alco-General Electric in March 1930, #68273, 11150. It was rebuilt as PRR 5, Class FF-2, in August 1956.
5018, Class W-1, was built by General Electric in May 1947, #28448. The final effort at turbine power was built by Union Pacific in the Omaha company shops. The foundation for this coal fired unit was a retired Great Northern electric locomotive. It was built as GN 5018, Class W-1, and purchased by UP in September, 1959. The front unit, which provided hostler power and control, was a PA1 which was built by Alco in January, 1949, #76311, as UP 607. The diesel was numbered 80 and the turbine unit was 80B. The whole rebuilding took place in October, 1961. In 1965 these units became 8080 and 8080B to make room for DD35s. The effort was given up in March, 1968. The diesel was traded in to Electro-Motive, May, 1968, and the turbine was scrapped at Omaha in April, 1968.
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