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Electro-Motive GP40-2 Diesels

3001, Class GP40-2, was built in December 1973, #73624-4, FN 73624-4, as Reading Co 3674.  It became Consolidated Railroad Corp 3278, Class GP40-2. in April 1976, and later became NS PRR 3001 in 1999.  It later became NS 3001, Class GP40-2.

3003, Class GP40-2, was built in April 1977, #766069-1, FN 766069-1, as Conrail 3280, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3003 in 1999 and later became NS 3003, Class GP40-2.

3005, Class GP40-2, was built in April 1977, #766069-3, FN 766069-3, as Conrail 3282, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3005 in 1999 and later became NS 3005, Class GP40-2.

3007, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1977, #766069-6, FN 766069-6, as Conrail 3285, Class GP40-2.   It became NS PRR 3007 in 1999 and later became NS 3007, Class GP40-2.

3010, Class GP40-2. was built in May 1977, #766069-10, FN 766069-10, as Conrail 3289, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3010 and later became NS 3010, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on January 4, 2014.

3012, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1977, #766069-19, FN 766069-19, as Conrail 3298, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3012 and later became NS 3012, Class GP40-2.

3015, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1972, #766069-25, FN 766069-25, as Conrail 3304, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3015 and later became NS 3015, Class GP40-2.

3016, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1977, #766069-26, FN 766069-26, as Conrail 3305, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3016 and later became NS 3016, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on January 14, 2014.

3017, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1977, #766069-28, FN 766069-28, as Conrail 3307, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3017 and later became NS 3017, Class GP40-2.

3018, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1997, #766069-31, FN 766069-31, as Conrail 3310, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3018 and later became NS 3018, Class GP40-2.

3022, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1978, #776127-3, FN 776127-3, as Conrail 3315, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3022 and later became NS 3022, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on December 20, 2013.

3026, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1978, #776127-12, FN 776127-12, as Conrail 3324, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3026 and later became NS 3026, Class GP40-2.

3027, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1978, #776127-14, FN 776127-14, as Conrail 3326, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3027 and later became NS 3027, Class GP40-2.

3028, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1928, #776127-15, FN 776127-15, as Conrail 3327, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3028 and later became NS 3028, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on May 9, 2012.

3031, Class GP40-2, was built in June 1978, #776127-20, FN 776127-20, as Conrail 3332, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3031 and later became NS 3031, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on April 25, 2012.

3032, Class GP40-2, was built in June 1978, #776127-21, FN 776127-21, as Conrail 3333, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3032 and later became NS 3032, Class GP40-2.

3037, Class GP40-2, was built in June 1976, 776127-32, FN 776127-32, as Conrail 3344, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3037 and became NS 3037, Class GP40-2.

3039, Class GP40-2, was built in March 1979, #786191-3, FN 786191-3, as Conrail 3348, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3039 and later became NS 3039, Class GP40-2.

3041, Class GP40-2, was built in March 1979, #786191-5, FN 786191-5, as Conrail 3350, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3041 and later became NS 3041, Class GP40-2.

3043, Class GP40-2, was built in March 1979, #786191-7, FN 786191-7, as Conrail 3352, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3043 and later became NS 3043, Class GP40-2.

3045, Class GP40-2, was built in March 1979, #786191-10, FN 786191-10, as Conrail 3355, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3045 and later became NS 3045, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on April 19, 2012.

3047, Class GP40-2, was built in April 1979, #786191-17, FN 786191-17, as Conrail 3362, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3047 and later became NS 3047, Class GP40-2.

3048, Class GP40-2, was built in April 1979, #786191-19, FN 786191-18, as Conrail 3364, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3048 and later became NS 3048, Class GP40-2.

3049, Class GP40-2, was built in April 1979, #786191-22, FN 786191-22, as Conrail 3367, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3049 in 1999 and later became NS 3049, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on May 4, 2012.

3050, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1979, #786191-25, FN 786191-25, as Conrail 3370, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3050 in 1999 and later became NS 3050, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on March 18, 2014, as a slug master.

3051, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1979, #786191-26, FN 786191-26, as Conrail 3371, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3051 in 1999 and later became NS 3051, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on September 29, 2012.

3052, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1979, #786191-27, FN 786191-27, as Conrail 3372, Class GP40-2.  It became NS PRR 3052 in 1999 and became NS 3052, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on April 13, 2012.

3053, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1979, #786191-31, FN 786191-31, as Conrail 3376, Class GP40-2.  It was sold as NS PRR 3053 in 1999 and became NS 3053, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on April 17, 2012.

3055, Class GP40-2, was built in May 1979, #786191-33, FN 786191-33, as Conrail 3378, Class GP40-2.  It was sold as NS PRR 3055 and became NS 3055, Class GP40-2.  It was rebuilt on October 17, 2012.

3057, Class GP40-2. was built in May 1979, #786191-37, FN 786191-37, as Conrail 3382, Class GP40-2.  It was sold as NS PRR 3057 in 1999 and became NS 3057, Class GP40-2.

3101, Class GP40-2, was built in February 1970, #36045, FN 7240-45, as Southern Ry 2797, GP38.  It was rebuilt as NS 3101, Class GP40-2, in October 2008.

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