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900, Class ERS-22A, was built in November 1962, #27894, FN 5647-1.  It became Norfolk & Western 2900 in 1965 and retired on March 7, 1991.  It was sold to Mad River & Nickel Plate Ry Society in March 1992 and restored as NKP 900.

901, Class ERS-22A, was built in November 1962, #27895, FN 5647-2.  It became N&W 2901 in 1965 and retired in December 1989.  It was sold as Indiana & Ohio Ry 85 in December 1991 and sold as Cincinnati Ry 85 in 2004.  It was restored as NKP 901.

902, Class ERS-22A, was built in November 1962, #27896, FN 5647-3.  It became N&W 2902 in 1965 and retired in March  1991.  It was sold as Great Miami Ry 30 in December 1991 and sold to U S Rail Corp in 2006. 

904, Class ERS-22A, was built in November 1962, #27898, FN 5647-5.  It became N&W 2904 in 1965 and retired in February 1990.  It was sold to Electro-Motive in November 1990 and rebuilt as Burlington Northern 2759, Class GP-39E, on October 23, 1991.  It became Burlington Northern Santa Fe 2749, Class GP-39E, in September 1999 and later became Class GP39-2R.

905, Class ERS-22A, was built in November 1962, #27899, FN 5647-6.  It became N&W 2905 in 1965 and retired on March 7, 1991.  It was sold to Cycle Systems for scrap in October 1992.

909, Class ERS-22A, was built in November 1962, #27903, FN 5647-10.  It became N&W 2909 in1965 and retired in February 1990.  It was sold to Electro-Motive in November 1990 and rebuilt as BN 2760, Class GP-39E, on October 23, 1991.  It became BNSF 2750, Class GP-39E, in September 1999 and later became Class GP39-2R.

 

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