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600, FA2m, Class PC6, was built by Alco in October 1951, #79301, as New York Central 1102, Class DFA-7c.  It was renumbered 1302, Class AF-16. in 1966 and became Penn Central 1302, Class AF-16, in 1968.  It was rebuilt by General Electric in 1973 as LIRR, Class PC6.

601, FA2m, Class PC6, was built by Alco in June 1956, #81964, as Louisville & Nashville 317, Class FA-2.  It was rebuilt by General Electric in 1971 as LIRR 601, Class PC6.

602, FA2m, Class PC6, was built by Alco in June 1956, #80903, as L&N 309, Class FA-2.  It was rebuilt by General Electric in 1971 as LIRR 602, Class PC6, in April 1971.  It was rebuilt again in June 1973.

603, FA2m, Class PC6, was built by Alco in June 1956, #81087, as L&N 315, Class FA-2.  It was retired in May 1970 and rebuilt by General Electric in 1971 as LIRR 603, Class PC6.

604, FA2m, Class PC6, was built by Alco in June 1956, #81086, as L&N 314, Class FA-2.  It was rebuilt by General Electric in 1971 as LIRR 604, Class PC6, in April 1971.  It was retired in November 1985 and sold to Portola RR Museum.  It was sold to Illinois Railway Museum in 1998.

607, FA2m, Class PC6, was built by Alco in January 1951, #78606, as Western Maryland 303, Class DF-19, FA2.  It was sold to General Electric in June 1972 for rebuilt as LIRR 607, Class PC6, power car.

608, FA2m. Class PC6, was built by Alco in January 1951, #78607, as WM 304, Class DF-19, FA2.  It was sold to General Electric in June 1972 for rebuilt as LIRR 608, Class PC6, power car.  It was rebuilt as 3100 in 1991.

609, FA2m, Class PC6, was built by Alco in January 1951, #78494, as WM 301, Class DF-19, FA2.  It was sold to General Electric in June 1972 for rebuilt as LIRR 609, Class PC6, power car, finished on September 23, 1972.  It was scrapped in October 1998.

619, F9AM, Class PC7, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1954, #18756, FN 3172-A5, as Chicago Milwaukee St Paul & Pacific 85C, Class 17.5E-F.  It was renumbered 128A in March 1974 and renumbered 126A.  It was retired in March 1977 and sold to Precision National Corp in August 1977.   It was rebuilt as LIRR 619, Class PC7, in November 1979.  It was sold as Seminole Gulf Ry 501 in September 1999.

620, F7AM, Class PC7, was built by Electro-Motive in December 1950, #10349, FN 3036-A3, as CMStP&P 49-A, Class 15E-F.  It was renumbered 85-A in March 1974   It was rebuilt as LIRR 620, cab control car.

621, F7AM, Class PC7, was built by Electro-Motive in August 1952, #16651, FN 3146-A10, as Baltimore & Ohio 955A, Class DF-5.  It was renumbered 4599, Class FE-3, in 1957, and was reclassified as Class F-7A in 1964.  It was sold to Morrison Knudsen in May 6, 1975, and sold to LIRR on October 23, 1980.  It was rebuilt at Morris Park as 621, Class PC7, a power cab control car, on April 22, 1982, and sold as SGLR 502 in September 1999.

 

 

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