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522 was built by Budd in 1954 at Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 510.  It was sold as AT 522 in 1971 and sold to Delaware Otsego in December 1981.  It was stored and sold to Holland America Tours Westours on December 30, 1985.  It was rebuilt as 510 "Chulitna" (800123) in 1987 and retired in March 2003.  It was sold to Iowa Pacific in November 2007 as Arizona Eastern 510 "Copper Spike" and transferred as San Luis & Rio Grande 510 "Sunset View".

621 "Gene", S12,  was built by Baldwin in May 1952, #75674, as Erie RR 621, Class SB-12.  It became Erie Lackawanna 621, Class SB-12, in 1960 and sold as Auto-Train Corp 621 "Gene" in 1972.

625, S2, was built by Alco  in August 1946, #74661, as Seaboard Air Line 1427, Class DS.  It became Seaboard Coast Line 43 in July 1967 and sold as A-T 625 on August 1, 1976.

705 was built by American Car & Foundry Co in January 1955 as Union Pacific 7007.  It was sold as A-T 705 in June 1972 and sold to Delaware-Otsego Corp in December 1980.  It was sold to CSX Transportation in 1999 and resold to Northern Railcar Co in April 2000.  It was sold to Illinois Transit Assembly in July 2001 and resold to Pete Messina in March 2002.  It is being rebuilt in KCS colors named "Southern Hospitality".

901 was built by American Car & Foundry in 1955 as UP 9001.  It was sold as A-T 901 in 1972 and resold as Green Bay & Western "Trempeleau River" in 1982.  It was sold as Algoma Central "Algoma Country" in 1997.

4008, U36B, was built by General Electric in December 1972, #38747.  It was sold to St Louis Auto Shredding and scrapped in 1985.

 

 

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