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9 was built by Schenectady in October, 1942, #70402, as United States Army 4023. It was renumbered 616 in 1954 and was sold to the Virginia Blue Ridge Ry as 9 on August 15, 1958. In 1967 it became NH&I 9. It was sold to Bill Miller Equipment Sales Inc for restoration  in 2009.

40 was built by Baldwin in December 1925, #58824, as Lancaster & Chester 40.  It was sold to Cliffside RR as 40 in 1947 and sold to NH&I as 40 in 1962.

57, RS1, was built by Alco in December 1948, #76216, as Washington Terminal Co 57.  It was sold in January 1971 as NH&I 57 and then as Black River & Western 57 in 1974.  It was sold as East Penn Ry 57 in 1997.

100, DS4-4-1000, was built by Baldwin in April 1947, #72839, as Copper Range RR 100. It was sold to NH&I as 100 in February 1974.

101, DS4-4-1000, was built by Baldwin in April 1947, #72840, as CRRR 101.  It was sold as NH&I 101 in February 1970 and sold as Tyburn RR 101 in 1989.  It was renumbered 1293 and resold as SMS Rail Lines 101 in 1994.

302, DS4-4-1000, was built by Baldwin in April 1949, #74110, as Pennsylvania RR 9069, Class BS-10.  It was renumbered 8019 in 1966 and became Penn Central 8019, Class BS-10, in 1968.  It was renumbered 8281 in March 1972 and sold as NH&I 302 in 1975.  It was sold as TYBR 302 in 1989 and renumbered 1494.  It was resold as SMS 1494 in 1994 and renumbered 302 in 1997.  It was restored as Pennsylvania RR 9069 in 2007.

390, 45 Ton, was built by General Electric in March 1942, #15149, as American Bridge Co 14.  It was sold as NH&I 390 and resold as TYBR 390.

401, U30B, was built by General Electric in November 1967, #36431, as New York Central 2880, Class GF-30.  It became Penn Central 2880, Class GF-30. in 1968 and became Consolidated Railroad Corp 2880, Class U-30-B, in April 1976.  It was sold as NH&I 401 in 1984.  It was sold as TYBR 401 in 1990.

1513, RSC2, was built by Alco in May 1949, #76815, as Seaboard Air Line RR 1513.  It became Seaboard Coast Line 1102 in July 1967 and retired in January 1974.  It was sold as Florida Power & Light Co 1102 and sold to Penn Eastern Rail Lines as Bristol Industrial Terminal Ry BITY 1102 in 1993.  It was sold to NH&I 1513 in 1994 and later sold as Northern Central Ry 1513.  It was sold to Vintage Locomotives Inc and leased as Danbury Railway Museum 1513 in November 2002.

1533 was built by Montreal Locomotive Co in 1911, #49878, as Canadian Northern 1325. It became Canadian National 1325, Class H-6-d, in 1920 and was renumbered 1533 in 1956. It later became NH&I as 1533.

2198, GP30, was built by Electro-Motive in May 1963, #28158, FN 7643-51, as Pennsylvania RR 2250, Class EF-22.  It was renumbered 2198 in 1966 and became Penn Central 2198, Class EF-22, in 1968.  It became Consolidated Railroad Corp 2198, Class GP-30, in April 1976 and sold as NH&I 2198 in 1996.

4666 was built by Brill in June 1930, #22848, as Pennsylvania RR 4666, Class OEG-415.  It was rebuilt in 1942 and sold in 1970 as NH&I 4666.  It was sold as Black River & Western 4666 in 1975 and later sold as Allentown & Auburn RR 4666 in April 2016.

5342, SD40-2W, was built by General Motors in May 1980, #A3893, FN C426-19, as Canadian National 5342, Class GF-30t.  It was sold as NH&I 5342 in September 2011 and assigned as Pennsylvania Northeastern RR 5342 in October 2011.

(8202), C39-8, was built by General Electric in July 1986, #45331, as Consolidated Railroad Corp 6004, Class C39-8.  It became Norfolk Southern PRR 8202 and renumbered NS 8202, Class C39-8.  It was sold to National Salvage & Service Corp as NSSX 8202 and sold as PNRR 8202.  It was sold to NH&I but never lettered.  It was sold to Montreal Maine & Atlantic as MMA 8202 in July 2012.

8207, C39-8, was built by General Electric in July 1986, #45339, as Conrail 6012, Class C39-8.  It became NS PRR 8207 on July 24, 1999, and renumbered NS 8207, Class C39-8.  It was sold as NSSC 8207 in 2010 and sold as PNRR 8207.  It was sold as NH&I 8207 and sold as MMA 8207 in July 2012.

8208, C39-8, was built by General Electric in July 1986, #45341, as Conrail 6014, Class C39-8.  It became NS PRR 8208 and renumbered NS 8208, Class C39-8.  It was sold as NSSX 8208 and sold as PNRR 8208.  It was sold as NH&I 8208 and sold as MMA 8208 in July 2012.

 

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