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"410", H20-44, was built by Fairbanks Morse & Co in March 1954, #20L832, as Akron Canton & Youngstown 505, Class D-2. It was sold as Southwest Portland Cement Co 410 in March 1971 and donated to Center for Transportation and Commerce (Galveston Railroad Museum) in 1984. It was restored as UP 410.
1300, Class H10-44, was built in May 1945, #L1004. It was retired in February 1965 and traded in to Electro-Motive in May 1966.
1329, Class H15-44, was built in May 1948, #15L11. It was retired in February 1965 and traded in to Electro-Motive in February 1966.
1366, Class H20-44, was built in March 1947, #L1032, as Fairbanks Morse & Co 2000. In October 1947 it became UP 1366 and retired in November 1962. It was sold to SWPC as 66 in 1963 and renumbered 408 in 1969. It was retired in 1984 and donated to Southwest Railway Museum on May 15, 1984. It was restored in 1998.
1369, Class H20-44, was built by Fairbanks Morse & Co in December 1947, #L1042 . It was sold as SWPC 69 in 1983 and renumbered 409 in 1969. It was donated to Illinois Railway Museum in 1984.
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