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Nacionales de Mexico

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16, FA1, was built by Alco in October 1948, #76535, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 59L, Class 52. It later became Delaware & Hudson 16, Class P-20, in December 1967. It was later sold to the Nacionales de Mexico as 16 on October 13, 1978.  It was wrecked before 1982 and sold to Doyle McCormack.  He donated it to Smithsonian but it was never accepted.  It is now at the Museum of the American Railroad.

17, FA1, was built by Alco in November 1948, #76538, as AT&SF 60L, Class 52.  It was sold as D&H 17, Class P-20, in December 1967 and rebuilt by Morrison Knudsen in 1974.  It was sold as NdeM 17 on October 13, 1978 and is at preserved at Puebla Museum.

19, FA1, was built by Alco in May 1947, #75318, as AT&SF 54B, Class 52.  It was renumbered 66L in May 1949.  It was sold to the D&H as 19, Class P-20, in December, 1967 and rebuilt it by Morrison-Knudsen in February, 1975. Later it became NdeM 19 on October 13, 1978, and is at preserved at Puebla Museum.

719, M630, was built by Montreal in December 1972, #M6067-03, as British Columbia Ry 719.  It was retired on November 27, 1991, and traded in to General Electric.  It was sold as Nacionales de Mexico 719 in 1992.

720, M630, was built by Montreal in December 1972, #M6067-04, as BCR 720.  It was retired on November 27, 1991, and traded in to General Electric.  It was sold as FNM 720 in 1992 and scrapped in 1995.

721, M630, was built by Montreal in December 1972, #M6067-05, as BCR 721.  It was retired on November 27, 1991, and traded in to General Electric.  It was sold as FNM 721 in 1990.

723, M630W, was built by Montreal in November 1973, #M6074-01, as BCR 723.  It was retired on November 27, 1991, and traded in to General Electric.  It was sold as FNM 723 in 1992.

726, M630W, was built by Montreal in November 1973, #M6074-04, as BCR 726.  It was retired on November 27, 1991, and traded in to General Electric.  It was sold as FNM 726 in 1992.

727, M630W, was built by Montreal in November 1973, #M6074-05, as BCR 727.  It was retired on November 27, 1991, and traded in to General Electric.  It was sold as FNM 727 in 1992.

728, M630W, was built by Montreal in November 1973, #M6074-06, as BCR 728.  It was retired on November 27, 1991, and traded in to General Electric.  It was sold as FNM 728 in 1992.

730, M630W, was built by Montreal in November 1973, #M6074-08, as BCR 730  It was retired on November 27, 1991, and traded in to General Electric.  It was sold as FNM 730 in 1992.

905, GP38-2, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1979, #788107-6, FN 788107-6, as Chihuahua-Pacifico 905.  It was taken over as NdeM 905 and later as Ferrocarril Mexicano 2046.

930, U30C, was built by General Electric in January 1968, #36650. as Chicago & North Western 930. It was retired on September 14, 1978, and sold to GE. They sold it to Hyman-Michaels Co, who resold it to NdeM as 930 in September 1978.

932, U30C, was built by General Electric in January 1968, #36652. as C&NW 932. It was retired on September 14, 1978, and sold to GE. They sold it to Hyman-Michaels Co, who resold it to NdeM as 932 in September 1978.

935. U30C, was built by General Electric in January 1968, #36655, as C&NW 935. It was retired on September 14, 1978, and sold to GE. They sold it to Hyman-Michaels Co, who resold it to NdeM as 935 in September 1978.

936, U30C, was built by General Electric in January 1968, #36656, as C&NW 936. It was retired on September 14, 1978, and sold to GE. They sold it to Hyman-Michaels Co, who resold it to NdeM as 936 in September 1978.

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