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(1586), Class SD40, was built in June 1966, #31905, FN 5707-7, as Norfolk & Western 1586.  It was assigned as NS 1586, Class SD40, but not relettered and rebuilt in September 2006 as NS 870, Class RP-U4.

(1597), Class SD40, was built in June 1966, #31916, FN 5707-18, as N&W 1597.  It was assigned as NS 1597, Class SD40, but not letterered.  It was sold to Webb Asset Management as WATCo 4103.

(1600), Class SD40, was built in June 1966, #31919, FN 5707-21, as N&W 1600.  It was assigned as NS 1600, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was sold as WATCo 4106 in 2004 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in 2012.

(1605), Class SD40, was built in June 1966, #31924, FN 5707-26, as N&W 1605.  It was assigned as NS 1605, Class SD40, but not lettered.  It was sold to Big Dog Lines as BDLX 1605 in 2004 and sold as New York Susquehanna & Western 3022 in 2004.  It was rebuilt to SD40-2 status in 2006.

(1607), Class SD40, was built in June 1966, #31926, FN 5707-28, as N&W 1607.  It was assigned as NS 1607, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was sold as WATCo 4107 in 2004 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in 2012. 

(1608), Class SD40, was built in June 1966, #31927, FN 5707-29, as N&W 1608.  It was assigned as NS 1608, Class  SD40, but never relettered.  It was sold as WATCo 4108 in 2004 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in 2012.

(1609), Class SD40, was built in June 1966, #31928, FN 5707-30, as N&W 1609.  It was assigned as NS 1609, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was sold as WATCo 4109 in 2004 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in 2012.

(1617), Class SD40, was built in May 1971, #35612, FN 7370-8, as N&W 1617.  It was assigned as NS 1617, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was sold as WATCo 4110 in 2004 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in 2012.

(1618), Class SD40, was built in May 1971, #35613, FN 7320-9, as N&W 1618.  It was assigned as NS 1618, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was sold as WATCo 4111 in 2004 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in 2012.

(1621), Class SD40, was built in May 1971, #35616, FN 7320-12, as N&W 1621.  It was assigned as NS 1621, Class SD40, but not relettered. It was retired in August 2009 and sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

(1623), Class SD40, was built in May 1971, #35618, FN 7320-14, as N&W 1623.  It was assigned as NS 1623, Class SD40, but not relettered.   It was retired in August 2009 and sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

(3171), Class SD40, was built in April 1971, #37356, FN 7308-2, as Southern RR 3171.  It was assigned as NS 3171, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was retired in August 2009 and sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012. 

3176, Class SD40, was built in April 1971, #37361, FN 7308-7, as Cincinnati New Orleans & Texas Pacific (Southern) 3176.  It became NS 3176, Class SD40, and retired in August 2009.  It was sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

(3177), Class SD40, was built in April 1971, #37362, FN 7308-8.  It was assigned as NS 3177, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

(3178), Class SD40, was built in April 1976, #37363, FN 7308-9, as CNO&TP (Southern) 3178.  It was assigned as NS 3178, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was sold as National Railway Equipment Co 3178 and rebuilt by NRE as Pacific Harbor Line 81, 3GS21C, in May 2008.

(3180), Class SD40, was built in April 1971, #37365, FN 7308-11, as Alabama Great Southern (Southern)3180.  It was assigned as NS 3180, Class SD40, but never relettered.

(3182), Class SD40, was built in April 1971, #37367, FN 7308-14, as AGS (Southern) 3182 .  It was assigned as NS 3182, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was retired in August 2009 and sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

(3183), Class SD40, was built in April 1971, #37367, FN 7308-14, as Georgia Southern & Florida (Southern) 3183.  It was assigned as NS 3183, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was retired in August 2009 and sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

(3186), Class SD40, was built in December 1971, #7375-1, FN 7375-1, as Southern 3186.  It was assigned as NS 3186, Class SD40, but sold  as NREX 3186.  It was rebuilt as GEC Alsthom GCFX 3059.  It became CIT-Financial Group  as CEFX 3059 in 2008.

3187, Class SD40, was built in December 1971, #7375-2, FN 7375-2, as Southern 3187.  It became NS 3187, Class SD40.  It was retired in August 2009 and sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

(3192), Class SD40, was built in January 1972, #7375-7, FN 7375-7, as AGS (Southern) 3192.  It was assigned as NS 3192, Class SD40, but never relettered.  It was retired in August 2009 and sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

3196, Class SD40, was built in January 1972, #7375-11, FN 7375-11, as GSF (Southern) 3196.  It became NS 3196, Class SD40.  It was retired in August 2009 and sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

3197, Class SD40, was built in January 1972, #7375-12, FN 7375-12, as GSF (Southern) 3197 .  It became NS 3197, Class SD40.  It was retired in August 2009 and sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

3200, Class SD40, was built in January 1972, #7375-15, FN 7375-15, as CNOTP (Southern) 3200.  It became NS 3200, Class SD40.  It was retired in August 2009 and sold for scrap to Cresson Steel in June 2012.

 

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