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Georgia Southern Florida 8213 was built in May 1950, #10987, FN 6068-4.

Central of Georgia 8219 was built in May 1951, #9663, FN 5059-2, as CG 122, Class DF-2.  It was renumbered 8219 in 1971 and sold as Chattahoochee Industrial RR 1830.  It was transferred as Georgia Pacific Corp 1830 in 2001.

CG 8225 was built in May 1951, #14484, FN 5118-5, as CG 128, Class DF-2.  It was renumbered CG 8225 in 1971.

CG 8229 was built in May 1951, #14488, FN 5118-9, as CG 132, Class DF-2.  It was renumbered CG 8229 in 1971.

Georgia & Florida 8231 was built in September 1950, #11091, FN 6069-1, as G&F 701.  It was renumbered G&F 8231 in 1971.

8235 was built in April 1951, #14570, FN 6303-2, as Tennessee Alabama & Georgia 705.  It became Southern 705 in 1971 and renumbered 8235 in 1971.  It was sold as Colonel's Island RR 8235 in July 1984.  It was sold as Rail Link Co 435 in 1998.

8239 was built in January 1953, #17676, FN 6485-3, as 2064.  It was renumbered 8239 in 1971 and sold as CISD 8239 in July 1984.  It was sold as RLIX 437 in 1998.

8242 was built in January 1953, #17679, as 2067.  It was renumbered 8242 in 1971.

8281 was built in May 1952, #16509, as 2189.  It was renumbered 8281 in 1971 and sold as Natchez Trace Ry as 8281.  It was sold as Pioneer Rail Equipment 8281 in 1999 and sold as Waldens Ridge RR 8281.  It was sold to Indiana Box Car Co 8281.

8282 was built in May 1952, #16510, as 2190.  It was renumbered 8282 in 1971.

Cincinnati New Orleans & Texas Pacific 8291 was built in April 1950, #10977, as 6204.  It was renumbered 8291 in 1971.

 

 

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