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Agri Industries, Inc.
151, GP7, was built by General Motors in January 1951, #A171, as Algoma Central Ry 151. It was sold to Keoto-Washington Transportation Co (Kewash RR) 151 in 1982 and sold as Agri Industries 151. It became Continental Grain Co 151 and then Cargill Inc 151. It was sold as Attebury Grain Co 151.
536, SW1, was built by Electro-Motive on April 24, 1942, #1685, as Chicago Rock Island & Pacific 536. In October 1976 it was sold to Producers Grain Co which became part of Agri Industries. It was sold as Arkansas-Oklahoma RR 536 in February 2009.
1220, SW1200, was built by in February 1962, #27149, as Chicago & North Western 320. It was renumbered 1220 in July 1971 and retired on December 27, 1987. It was sold to Wilson Railway Co in April 1990 and sold as Avon Grain Co 1220. It became Hartland Co-Op 1220 and sold as AI 1220 in 1993.
2301, HH600, was built by Alco in July 1937, #68803, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 2301, Class 2300. On September 19, 1963, it was sold to Palo Duro Grain Co which became part of Agri Industries. It is now being preserved as AT&SF 2301 at the museum in Temple, TX.
83 600, S4, was built by Alco in May 1953, #80464, as Northern Pacific 719. It became Burlington Northern 919, Class ASW-10, in 1970, and retired in May 1973. It was sold as Agrico Chemical Co 1 and resold as Goodpasture Grain Co 83 600. It was sold as AGRI 83 600 and sold as Intercontinental Terminal 83 600. It was sold as Woodhouse Terminal 83 600.
83 604, RS3, was built by Alco in October 1955, 381686, as Federal Barge Line RR 61. It was sold as Birmingham Southern RR 154 and renumbered 254. It was sold as GGCl 83 604. It was sold as AGRI 83 604 and sold as IT 83 604. It was sold as WT 83 604.
This un-numbered locomotive appears to be a General Electric 25 tonner.
Agri Grain Marketing
2, 25 Ton, was built by General Electric in September 1947, #29045, as Koppers Co unknown number. It was sold at Peavey Grain unknown number and sold as Cargill Co 2. It became AGM 2.
14, SW1, was built by Electro-Motive in December 1941, #1563, as Louisville & Nashville 12, Class S-30. It was sold as Cargill 14 "Lady Di" and became Agri Grain Marketing 14.
No number, SW1, was built by Electro-Mootive in July 1949, #7473, as Chicago Rock Island & Pacific 537. It was sold to Chrome Locomotive in February 1981. They sold it to Dubuque Sand & Gravel Co as 537 in August 1984 and later became Agri Grain Marketing Co with no number.
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