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501, E6A, was built in November 1939, #959, as Atlantic Coast Line 501, Class DEP. It was built as E3A but it was wrecked before it was delivered. It was rebuilt as E6A. It became SCL 501 in July 1967 and retired in 1970. It was sold to Glenn Monhart and restored as ACL 501. It was sold to North Carolina Department of Transportation in 1998 and leased to North Carolina Transportation Museum.
514, E6A, was built in January 1941, #1154, as ACL 514, Class DEP. It became SCL 514 in July 1967.
515, E6A, was built in January 1941, #1155, as ACL 515, Class DEP. It became SCL 515 in July 1967 and sold to Precision Engineering Co. It was scrapped in April 1970.
520, E6A, was built in March 1942, #1558, as ACL 520, Class DEP. It became SCL 520 in July 1967.
531, E8A, was built in December 1952. #17440, as Fort Worth & Denver 9981-A. It was sold to Precision Engineering Co on April 11, 1968, and sold as SCL 531 in May 1968. It was sold as National Railway Passenger Corp 230 in March 1972.
574, E8AM, was built in November 1939, #956, as ACL 500, E3A. It was rebuilt in March 1953 as E8AM, and became ACL 574 on July 1967. It was sold as Amtrak 232 in July 1972.
575, E8AM, was built on June 10, 1946, #3408, as ACL 532, E7A. It was wrecked and rebuilt in July 1953 as E8AM. It became SCL 575 on July 1967 It was sold as Amtrak 233 in July 1972 and renumbered 444.
579, E8A, was built in January 1950, #9186, as ACL 548, Class DEP. It became SCL 579 in August 1967 and sold as Amtrak 237 in July 1972.
585, E8A, was built in May 1951, #14284, as Missouri-Kansas-Texas 132. It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in November 1957 and renumbered 54-C in 1958. It was sold to Preicision Engineering Co in 1966 and sold as ACL 554 in 1966 and became SCL 585 in July 1967. It was sold as Amtrak 243 in July 1972 and retired on June 20, 1974.
587, E8A. was built in May 1951, #14287, as MKT 135. It was renumbered 56-A in 1958 and sold to Precision Engineering Co in 1966. It was sold as ACL 556 in 1966 and became SCL 587 in July 1967. It was sold as Amtrak 245 in July 1972 and retired on May 22, 1974. It was sold for scrap in September 1975 to Naporano Iron & Metal.
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