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3003, E4A, Class DS, was built in November 1938, #835, FN E200-A4.
3007, E4A, Class DS, was built in November 1939, #960, FN E271-A1.
3009, E4A, Class DS, was built in December 1939, #962, FN E271-A3.
3017, E7A, Class DS, was built in March 1945, #1929, FN E534-A1. It became Seaboard Coast Line 544 in July 1967 and scrapped in October 1972.
3020, E7A, Class DS, was built in March 1945, #1932, FN E534-A4. It became SCL 547 in July 1967 and retired in January 1972. It was traded in to General Electric in 1972.
3038, E7A, Class DS, was built in February 1948, #6030, FN E969-A3. It became SCL 564 in July 1967 and wrecked on August 7, 1968. It was retired in February 1973.
3046, E7A, Class DS, was built in April 1949, #8260, FN E1145-A6. It became SCL 571 in July 1967.
3057, E8A, Class DS, was built in December 1952, #17341, FN 6426-A3. It became SCL 596 in July 1967 and sold as National Railway Passenger Corp 253 in March 1972.
3059, E8A, Class DS, was built in December 1952, #17343, FN 6426-A5. It became SCL 598 in July 1967 and sold as Amtrak 254 in March 1972.
3060, E9A, Class DS, was built in December 1963, #28524, FN 7667-A1. It became SCL 599 in 1967 and sold as Amtrak 404 in March 1972.
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