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Electro-Motive F Diesel Locomotives

 

40-D, FTA, Class 13.5E-F, was built in October 1941, #1366, FN E397-A2, as Class 54EF. It was reclassified 13.5E-F and traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

41-A, FTA, Class 13.5E-F, was built in July 1944, #1774, FN E498-A1, as Class 54EF.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

42-A, FTA, Class 13.5E-F, was built in July 1944, #2613, FN E615-A1, as Class 54EF. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

43-D, FTA, Class 13.5E-F, was built in July 1944, #2616, FN E615-A4, as Class 54EF. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

44-D, FTA, Class 13.5E-F, was built in July 1944, #2618, FN E615-A7, as Class 54EF. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

45-A, FTA, Class 13.5E-F, was built in July, 1944, #2619, FN E615-A8, as Class 54EF. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

45-D, FTA, Class 13.5E-F, was built in July 1944, #2620, FN E615-A9, as Class 54EF. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

46-A, FTA, Class 54EF, was built in July 1944, #2621, FN E615-A10. It was reclassified 13.5E-F and traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

36-A, FTA, Class 54EF, was built in July 1945, #3247, FN E665-A3. It was reclassified 13.5E-F and traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

37-A, FTA, Class 54EF, was built in July 1945, #3249, FN E665-A5. It was reclassified 13.5E-F and traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

37-D, FTA, Class 54EF, was built in July 1945, #3250, FN E665-A6. It was reclassified 13.5E-F and traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

38-A, FTA, Class 54EF, was built in July 1945, #3251, FN E665-A7. It was reclassified 13.5E-F and traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

39-A, FTA, Class 54EF, was built in July 1945, #3253, FN E665-A9. It was reclassified 13.5E-F and traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1959.

85-A, F3A, Class 15E-F, was built in February 1949, #6312, FN E997-A4, as 82-D. It was renumbered and then retired in March 1965 and traded in to either EMD or General Electric.

83-A, F3A,Class 15E-F, was built in February 1949, #6313, FN E997-A5. It was retired in March 1965 and traded it to either EMD or General Electric.

85-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in May 1949, #6325, FN E997-A9. It was renumbered 108-C in 1951 and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1965.

86-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in November 1949, #7944, FN E1125-A1. It was renumbered 112-A in 1951 and traded in to Electro-Motive in March 1965.

89-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in October 1949, #7949, FN E1125-A6. It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Precision National in February 1981, where it was scrapped.

74-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1949, #8389, FN E1158-A1. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in 1965.

75-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1949, #8391. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in 1965.

75-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1949, #8392. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in 1965.

76-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1949, #8393. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in 1965.

77C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1949, #8396, FN E1158-A8.  It was renumbered 82A and retired in May 1980.  It was sold to Nickel Plate & Mad River Museum in May 1984 and resold as Tennessee Central Ry Museum 719 in 2004.  It was restored to given a scheme as Louisville & Nashville but never relettered.  It was renumbered as 819.

78-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1949, #8397, FN E1158-A9. We have no disposition.

79-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1949, #8399, FN E1158-A11. It was retired in March 1978 and sold to Precision National where it was scrapped.

79-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1949, #8400, FN E1158-A12. It was retired in August 1977 and sold to PNC where it was scrapped.

71-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in July 1950, #10316, FN 3035-A6. It was retired in May 1978 and sold to Precision National in October 1978. It was scrapped.

69-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in July 1950, #10317, FN 3035-A7. It was retired in October 1974 and sold to Precision National, where it was scrapped.

72-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in July 1950, #10318, FN 3035-A8. It was renumbered in 1959 as 83-C, retired in May 1980, and is now at the Indiana Museum of Transportation.

73-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in July 1950, #10319, FN 3035-A9.  It was retired in May 1980.

73-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in July 1950, #10320, FN 3035-A10. It was retired in May 1980.

90-A, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10323, FN 3050-A1. It was renumbered and reclassified as 60-A, Class 15E-F,  in 1955. It was retired in May 1980 and donated to Webster Technical College in March 1984. They transferred it to Mountain Diesel in 1986.  It was sold as Sequatchie Valley RR 600 and transferred as Walking Horse & Eastern RR 806.

91-A, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10325, FN 3050-A3. It was renumbered 61-A and reclassified 15E-F in 1955. It was retired in May 1978 and sold to Precision National for scrap in September 1978.

91-C, F7A, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10326, FN 3050-A4. It was renumbered 61-C and reclassified 15E-F in 1955. It was retired in May 1978 and sold to Precision National for scrap in September 1978.

92-A, F7A, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10327, FN 3050-A5. It was renumbered 62-A and reclassified 15E-F in 1955 and retired in May 1980.

92-C, F7A, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10328, FN 3050-A6. It was renumbered 62-C and reclassified 15E-F in 1955 and retired in May 1980.

93-A, F7A, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10329, FN 3050-A7. It was renumbered 63-A and reclassified 15E-F in 1955. It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Government of Ontario Transit as control cab 910 in January 1981.

93-C, F7A, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10330, FN 3050-A8.  It was renumbered 63-C and reclassified 15E-F in 1955.  It was sold to Chrome Crankshaft and scrapped.

94-A, F7A, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10331, FN 3050-A9.  It was renumbered 64-A and reclassified 15E-F in 1955.  It was sold to Precision National for scrap.

94-C, F7A, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10332, FN 3050-A10. It was renumbered 64-C and reclassified 15E-F in 1955. It was retired in October 1974 and sold to Precision National for scrap in August 1977.

95-A, F7A, Class 15E-P, was built in July 1950, #10333, FN 3050-A11. It was retired in January 1976 and sold to Precision National for scrap in June 1976.

95-C, F7A, Class 15E-P, was built in July 1950, #10334, FN 3050-A12. It was retired in January 1977 and sold to Precision National for scrap in August 1977.

69-B, F7B. Class 15E-P, was built in July 1950, #10335, FN 3035-B1.

70-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in July 1950, #10336, FN 3035-B2.

71-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in July 1950, #10337, FN 3053-B3.

72-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in July 1950, #10338, FN 3053-B4.

73B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in July 1950, #10339, FN 3053-B5.

68-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in July 1950, #10340, FN 3053-B6.

90-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10341, FN 3050-B1. It was renumbered 60-B, Class 15E-F. It was retired in May 1980 and scrapped in May 1982.

91-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10342, FN 3050-B2.  It was renumbered 61-B, Class 15E-F.

92-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10343, FN 3050-B3.  It was renumbered 62-B, Class 15E-F.

93-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10344, FN 3050-B4.  It was renumbered 63-B, Class 15E-F.

94-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10345, FN 3050-B5.  It was renumbered 64-B, Class 15E-F.

95-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in June 1950, #10346, FN 3050-B6.

48-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #10347, FN 3036-A1.

48-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #10348, FN 3036-A2. It was renumbered 47-A in January 1972 and renumbered 81-A.  It was sold as Dakota Rail 81A and sold as Gettysburg Ry 81A.  It was sold as Ohio Central RR 1001 and sold as Aberdeen Carolina & Western 4500 in 2007.

49-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #10349, FN 3036-A3.  It was renumbered 85-A in March 1974   It was rebuilt as Long Island RR 620, Class PC7, cab control car.

49-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #10350, FN 3036-A4.

50-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #10351, FN 3036-A5.

50-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #10352, FN 3036-A6

106-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in January 1951, #10353, FN 3036-A7. It was retired and scrapped in January 1973.

107-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in January 1951, #10354, FN 3068-A8.

108-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in January 1951, #10355, FN 3068-A9.

48-B, F7B, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #10356, FN 3036-B1.

49-B, F7B, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #10357, FN 3036-B2.

50-B, F7B, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #10358, FN 3036-B3.

96-A, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in January 1951, #10361, FN 3073-A1.  It was sold as Wisconsin & Calumet RR 96-A "Richard C Hill" and sold as Wisconsin & Southern RR 71A.  It was sold as Escanaba & Lake Superior RR 600.

96-C, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in January 1951, #10362, FN 3073-A2.  It went Indiana Transportation Museum and lettered as Monon 96.

97-A, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in January 1951, #10363, FN 3073-A3. It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Maryland Midland as 97A in May 1984. It was sold to Short Line Enterprises in October 1992.

 

97-C, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in January 1951, #10364, FN 3073-A4.  It was retired in May 1980 and sold to MMID as 97C in May 1984.

96-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in January 1951, #10365, FN 3073-B1.  It became rotary snow power in 1971 and was acquired by Illinois Railway Museum in 1987.

97-B, F7B, Class 15E-P, was built in January 1951, #10366, FN 3073-B2.

109-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #11800, FN 3036-A1. It was retired in February 1983 and was part of a closed restaurant complex in the Stowell Yard.  It was sold to Kansas City as Kansas City Southern 110 in 2008 but not used.  It was sold as Durbin & Greenbriar Valley RR 522 in 2008.

110-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #11802, FN 3036-A3. It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Chrome Crankshaft in December 1981. They scrapped it at Silvis, IL.

110-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #11803, FN 3036-A4. It was later renumbered 83-A and retired in May 1980.

111-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in December 1950, #11804, FN 3036-A5. It was scrapped by Precision National in April 1972.

114-A, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in November 1951, #15211, FN 3106-A3. It was retired in October 1974 and scrapped by Chrome Locomotive at Silvis in December 1981.

114-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in November 1951, #15212, FN 3106-A4. It was renumbered in 1959 as 82-C, and retired in May 1980. It was later sold to the Mad River & Nickel Plate Historical Society.

118-C, F7A, Class 15E-F, was built in November 1951, #15220, FN 3106-A12.  It was retired in May 1980 and acquired by Illinois Railway Museum.

113-B, F7B, Class 15E-F, was built in November 1951, #15221, FN 3106-B1.  It was retired in February 1975 and sold to Chrome Locomotive in August 1977.  It was scrapped in December 1981.

114-B, F7B, Class 15E-F, was built in November 1951, #15222, FN 3106-B2.  It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Precision National in December 1981.  It was scrapped.

118B, F7B, Class 15E-F, was built in November 1951, #15226, FN 3106-B6.  It was rebuilt as SE3, slug, in May 1974.

98-A, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in November 1951, #15227, FN 3111-A1. It was retired in May 1978 and sold to Precision National in September 1978.  It was scrapped.

99-A, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in November 1951, #15229, FN 3111-A3. It was sold to Precision National in April 1972 and scrapped.

100-C, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in November 1951, #15231, FN 3111-A5. It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Precision National for scrap in February 1981.

101-A, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in November 1951, #15233, FN 3111-A7. It was retired in May 1980.

101-C, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in November 1951, #15234, FN 3111-A8. It was retired in May 1980 and went to the City of Cresco, IA, for display in May 1984.

103-C, FP7A, Class 15E-P, was built in November 1951, #15238, FN 3111-A13. It was retired in May 1980 and sold to the South Dakota Central as 103-C. It is now on display. The train shown was the troop train which brought me home from Korea.

102-B, F7B, Class 15E-F, was built in October, 1951, #15243, FN 3111-B5. It was retired in May 1980 and sold to George R. Silcott, who later sold it to Chrome Crankshaft Co.

82C, F9A, Class 17.5E-F, was built in January 1954, #18753.  It was renumbered 126C in 1959 and later 125A.  It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Precision National Corp.  It was scrapped.

83C, F9A, Class 17.5E-F, was built in January 1954, #18754.  It was renumbered 126A in 1959 and later 93C.  It was retired in February 1975 and scrapped in September 1980.

85C, F9A, Class 17.5E-F, was built in January 1954, #18756, FN 3172-A5.  It was renumbered 128A in March 1974 and renumbered 126A.  It was retired in March 1977 and sold to Precision National Corp in August 1977.   It was rebuilt as Long Island RR 619, Class PC7, in November 1979.  It was sold as Seminole Gulf Ry 501 in September 1999.

125D, F9B, Class 17.5E-F was built in January 1956, #20615, FN 3183-B6, as 86D. It was renumbered 128C in 1959 and later 125D. It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Chrome Locomotive in December 1981. It was scrapped in January 1982.

 

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