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15, 44 Ton , Class DS-1a, was built by General Electric in May 1945, #27975.  It was sold as Conway Scenic RR 15 in January 1975.

230, U25B, was built in October 1965, #35706, as Chicago Rock Island & Pacific 230.  It was sold as MEC 230 in May 1980.

234, U25B, was built in October 1965, #35710, as CRI&P 234.  It was sold as MEC 234 in May 1980.

238, U25B, was built in October 1965, #35714, as CRI&P 238.  It was sold as MEC 238 in May 1980.

282, U23B, was built in August 1968, #36805, as Delaware & Hudson 303, Class GRF-23. .  It was renumbered 2303 in February 1973 and transferred as MEC 282 in June 1983. It burned at Sanitaria Springs, NY on December 13, 1986.

283, U23B, was built in August 1968, #36806, as D&H 304, Class GRF-23.  It was renumbered 2304 in February 1973 and transferred as MEC 263 in June 1981.  It was sold to GE for Super 7 program but was scrapped by Pielet Brothers in 1991.

284, U23B, was built in August 1968, #36807, as D&H 305, Class GRF-23.  It was renumbered 2305 in February 1973 and transferred as MEC 284 in June 1983. 

287, U23B, was built August 1968, #36810, as D&H 308, Class GRF-23.  It was renumbered 2308 in February 1973 and transferred as MEC 287 in June 1981.  It was retired in February 1988 and sold to Midwest Steel & Alloy on April 6, 1988.  It was sold to General Electric and scrapped by Naporano Iron & Metal.

 

 

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