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Columbia Grain, Inc.
6140, SD9, was built by Electro-Motive in December 1954, #20122, FN 5376-2, as Baltimore & Ohio 766, Class RSE-7c. It was renumbered 7406, Class FS6E-3, in 1957 and renumbered 1832, Class SD-9, in June 1964. It was assigned CSX Transportation 9707, Class SD-9, but retired on July 29, 1987. It was sold to Steel Processing Corp on March 30, 1988 and resold to Montana Rail Line in November 1988. It was rebuilt by Livingston Rebuild Center as Burlington Northern 6243, Class SD-9, on February 7, 1990, and became Burlington Northern Santa Fe 6140, Class SD-9, on August 7, 1999. It was sold to AG Processing as AGPX 6140 in 2007 and resold as Columbia Grain Inc 6140 in 2009.
6152, SD9, was built by Electro-Motive in July 1955, #20560, FN 5399-6, as Chicago Burlington & Quincy 350. It became BN 6152, Class SD-9, in 1970 never lettered as BNSF 6152, Class SD-9. It was sold to Ag Processing Inc as AGPX 6152 in 2007 and resold as CGI 6152 in 2009.
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