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Pillsbury Corp.

1, NW2, was built by Electro-Motive in July 1939, #946, FN E260-8, as Great Northern 5319, Class SW-4.  It was renumbered 119 in 1943 and became Great Northern 464, Class NW-2, in 1970.  It was retired in May 1982 and sold to Smith Brothers in June 1982.  It was sold as Pillsbury Rail Terminal 1 in September 1987 and resold to Cargill Co as CRGX 1.

0144, 65DE19A, was built by Whitcomb in November 1943, #60340, as United States Army 7970.  It was sold as Materials Services Co 49-0144 and sold to Pillsbury in 1978.  It was sold to Prairie Sand & Gravel Co no number.

852, SW1, was built by Electro-Motive  in March 1940, #1042, FN E298-4, as Chicago Milwaukee St Paul & Pacific 1616, Class DE-6.  It was reclassified Class 6E-S and renumbered 950 in 1959 and 862 in January 1973.  It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Independent Locomotive Co in January 1983.  It was sold as Pillsbury 862 and became Peavey Grain Co 862.  It was sold as Wisconsin Great Northern RR 862 in 1998.

1060, S2, was built by Alco in November 1949, #77807, as Chesapeake & Ohio 5038, Class MSA-10.  It was transferred as B&O 9132, Class S-2, in 1963 and sold to Luntz Iron & Steel on November 3, 1972.  It was sold through Birmingham Rail & Locomotive as Savannah State Docks 9132 in July 1973.  It was sold to Railway Equipment Leasing Co as RE 1060 in January 1980.  It was sold as Pillsbury 1060 in April 1980 and sold as Burdick Grain Co 1060 in April 1989.  It became Peavey Grain 1060 in September 1991 and sold to Indiana Boxcar Corp as IBCX 1060 in 1997.  It was resold to George R Silcott in September 2000 and stored at Worthington, OH.

1947, 65 Ton, was built by Whitcomb.

8110, S2, was built by Alco in July 1946, #74489, as Grand Trunk Western 7934, MS-10.  It became 8110 in 1957 and sold to Railway Equipment Leasing Co as RE 1035.  It was leased to Pillsbury and leased as Staley Grain Co 8110.  It became Tate & Lyle Grain Co 8110.

No number, 80 Ton, was built by General Electric.

 

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