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1486, H12-44, Class DS-113, was built in September 1952, #12L653. It was renumbered 2350, Class FS412-1, in 1966 and scrapped in 1975.
1487, H12-44, Class DS-113, was built in September 1952, #12L654. It was renumbered 2351, Class FS412-1, in 1966 and retired in 1974. It was sold for scrap to Purdy Co.
1489, H12-44, Class DS-113, was built in October 1952, #12L656. It was renumbered 2353, Class FS412-1, in 1966 and sold for scrap to Schnitzer Steel in 1974.
1581, H12-44, Class DS-121, was built in January 1956, #12L1066. It was renumbered 2379, Class FS412-4, in 1966 and sold to Metal Processing Co in 1975. It was sold as Southwest Portland Cement Co 115 in 1975 and sold to Age of Steam Museum in 1993.
4801, H24-66, Class DF-500, was built in November 1953, #24L733, as Fairbanks Morse & Co TM-4. It was sold as SP 4801 in December 1953 and renumbered 3021, Class FP624-1, in 1966. It was used as test bed for brake sled programs.
4802, H24-66, Class DF-501, was built in December 1953, #24L791. It was renumbered 3022, Class FP624-2, in 1966 and sold for scrap to Chrome Crankshaft in August 1974..
4807, H24-66, Class DF-501, was built in December 1953, #24L804. It was renumbered 3027, Class FP624-2, in 1966.
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