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2400, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in January 1954, #18764, FN 5308-1.  It was renumbered 220 in 1959 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee in February 1970 as 092, Class 20E-RS.  It was retired in December 1982 and sold to Precision National Corp.  It was scrapped in June 1983.

2402, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in January 1954, #18766, FN 5308-3. It was renumbered 215 in 1959 and 255 at a later date. It was rebuilt at West Milwaukee in September 1973 as 957, Class 20E-RS. It became Soo Line 957 and was assigned, but never renumbered as 4311. It was sold to General American Transportation Co in August 1990 and then to Massachusetts Central as 957.  It was wrecked on June 4, 1994, at Forest Lake Junction, MA, and scrapped at Hardwick, MA, in February 1995.

2403, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in January 1954, #18767, FN 5308-4.  It was renumbered 222 in 1958 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee in September 1973 as 963, Class 20-RS.  It became Soo Line 963 and was planned to be numbered 4317.  It was retired in August 1990 and sold to Frank Nesbitt.  It was then sold or leased to Georgetown RR as 9060.

2405, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19568, FN 5348-1. It was renumbered 216 in 1959 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee in September 1969 as 994, Class 20E-RS. In March 1983 it was sold to Mid American Car and then to Cadillac & Lake City as 994. It was returned to Mid American and rebuilt as Habco Loram Corp 994.  It was renumbered 6871 and became Mid-Am Equipment Co JCLX 2100.

2406, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19569, FN 5348-2.  It was renumbered 217 in 1959 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee in January 1970 as 985, Class 20E-RS.  It was retired in December 1982  and sold as City of Prineville Ry 985 in 1983.

2409, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19572, FN 5348-5. It was renumbered 219 in 1959 and 272 in 1973. It was later sold to National Railway Equipment Co.

2411, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19574, FN 5348-7. It was renumbered 226 in 1959 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee in February 1970 as 983, Class 20E-RS. It was retired in December 1982. Disposition is unknown.

2413, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19576, FN 5348-9.  It was renumbered 210 in 1959 and renumbered 270 in 1973.  It was sold as Wisconsin & Calumet RR 270 in 1985 and sold to National Railway Equipment Co.

2416, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19579, FN 5352-1.  It was renumbered 228 in 1959 and renumbered 274 in 1973.  It was retired in August 1984 and sold to Precision National Corp.

2423, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19586, FN 5352-8. It was renumbered 235 in 1959 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee in July 1973 as 964, Class 20E-RS. It was assigned Soo Line 4318 but it was sold on February 1985 as Chicago Central & Pacific where it was renumbered 1864.

2425, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19588, FN 5352-10.  It was renumbered 237 in 1959 and 278 in 1973.  It was retired in August 1984 and sold to Precision National Corp.

2429, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19592, FN 5349-4. It was renumbered 203 in 1959 and 803 in July 1973. It was retired in January 1981 and scrapped in May 1984.

2432, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19595, FN 5351-1. It was renumbered 206 in 1959 and 806 in July 1973. It was retired in January 1981 and scrapped in May 1984.

2434, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19597, FN 5351-3.  It was renumbered 208 in1959 and 808 in March 1974.  It was retired in January 1981 and scrapped in May 1984.

2435, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19598, FN 5351-4.  It was renumbered 209 in 1959 and 809 in July 1973.  It was retired in January 1981 and scrapped in May 1984.

2436, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19599, FN 5350-1.  It was renumbered 270 in 1965 and rebuilt as 980, Class 20E-RS, in December 1972.  It was assigned Soo Line 4334 but in February 1985 it was sold to the CC&P where it was renumbered 1880.

2437, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19600, FN 5350-2. It was renumbered 271 in 1959 and rebuilt as 979, Class 20E-RS, in December 1972. It was assigned Soo Line 4333 but in February 1985 it was sold to the Chicago Central & Pacific where it was renumbered 1879.

2440, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19603, FN 5353-1.  It was renumbered 274 in 1959 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee in November 1969 as 991, Class 20E-RS.  It was retired in December 1982.

2441, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1954, #19604, FN 5353-2.  It was renumbered 275 in 1959 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee in April 1972 as 981, Class 20E-RS.  It was assigned Soo Line 4335 but was sold as CC&P 981.  It was renumbered 1881.

2389, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in November 1954, #20030, FN 5372-2. It was renumbered 239 in 1959 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee as 960, Class 20E-RS. It became Soo Line 960 and was assigned, but never renumbered, as 4314. It was sold to General American Transportation in August 1990 and then to Octoraro RR as 960. It was later sold to Massachusetts Central as 960.

2391, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in November 1954, #20032, FN 5372-4.  It was renumbered 241 in 1959 and there is confused information after that.

2392, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in November 1954, #20033, FN 5372-5.  It was renumbered 242 in 1958 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee in August 1973 as 959, Class 20E-RS.  It became Soo Line 959 and was planned to be numbered 4313.  It was retired in August 1990 and sold to Frank Nesbitt then sold or leased to  Georgetown RR  as 9057. It was sold as Grainbelt Corp 9057 in 2005.

2393, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in November 1954, #20034, FN 5372-6. It was renumbered 243 in 1958 and rebuilt at West Milwaukee in June 1973 as 958, Class 20E-RS. It became Soo Line 958 and was planned to be numbered 4312. It was retired in August 1990 and sold to Frank Nesbitt. It was then sold or leased to GRR as 9058. In 2000 it was sold to EconoRail as 9058..

2394, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in November 1954, #20035, FN 5372-7. It was renumbered 244 in 1959 and later renumbered 279. In August 1984 it was sold to National Railway Equipment Co.

2397, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in November 1954, #20038, FN 5372-10. It was renumbered 247 in 1959 and rebuilt in June 1973 as 967, Class 20E-RS. In February 1985 it was sold to the Chicago Central & Pacific where it became 1867.

2399, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in November 1954, #20040, FN 5372-12.  It was renumbered 249 in 1959 and rebuilt in August 1973 as 956, Class 20E-RS. It became Soo Line 956 and was planned to be numbered 4310. It was retired in August 1990 and sold to Frank Nesbitt. It was then sold to GRR as 9056.

2381, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1956, #21205, FN 5428-4. It was renumbered 253 in 1959 and rebuilt as 973, Class 20E-RS, in May 1973. In February 1985 it was sold to the CC&P where it was renumbered 1873.

2384, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1956, #21208, FN 5428-7. It was renumbered 256 in 1959 and rebuilt as 971, Class 20E-RS, in June 1973. In February 1985 it was sold to the CC&P where it was renumbered 1871.

2368, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in February 1958, #23527, FN 5543-1. It was renumbered 260 in 1959. In October 1973 it was rebuilt as 946, Class 20E-RS. It was assigned Soo Line 4300, but was rebuilt as fuel tender 4003 in July 1986.

2369, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in February 1958, #23528, FN 5543-2. It was renumbered 261 in 1959. In October, 1973, the West Milwaukee shops rebuilt it as 947, Class 20E-RS. It later became Soo Line 947, and was assigned, but never received, number 4301. It was sold to General American Transportation Co., who sold or leased it to the Georgetown RR as 9050.  It was sold as Lycoming Valley RR 9050.

2370. Class 17.5E-RS, was built in February 1958, #23529, FN 5543-3.  It was renumbered 262 in 1959 and rebuilt in October 1973 as 948, Class 20E-RS.  It was assigned Soo Line 4302 in 1985, but was rebuilt as fuel tender 4001 in July 1986.  It was retired and rebuilt for Railpower by Alstom in February 2005, #2RPGGB208B020500005, as Union Pacific Y2004, Class GG20GP.  It was retired on August 7, 2008, and stored at Juniata.  It was rebuilt for Railpower at Juniata in September 2010 as R J Corman Railroad 2010, as a RP20BD.

2371, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in February 1958, #23530, FN 5545-4. It was renumbered 263 in 1959 and rebuilt in October 1973 as 949, Class 20E-RS. It was assigned Soo Line 4303 in 1985, but was rebuilt as fuel tender 4002 in November 1987.

2372, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in February 1958, #23531, FN 5545-5.  It was renumbered 264 in 1959 and rebuilt in October 1973 as 950, Class 20E-RS.  It was assigned Soo Line 4304 in 1985 but was retired in January 1989.  It was sold to GATX and sold as GRR 9051,

2374, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in January 1958, #23533, FN 5545-7. It was renumbered 266 in 1959. In October, 1973, the West Milwaukee shops rebuilt it as 952, Class 20E-RS. It later became Soo Line 952, and was assigned, but never received, number 4306. It was retired in January 1989 and sold to GATX, who sold or leased it to the GRR as 9053.  It was sold as Grainbelt Corp 9053 in 2005.

2375, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in February 1958, #23534, FN 5545-8. It was renumbered 267 in 1959 and rebuilt in September 1973 as 953, Class 20E-RS. It became Soo Line 953 in 1985 and was wrecked and scrapped in 1987.

2377, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in January 1958, #23536, FN 5545-10. It was renumbered 269 in 1959, In September 1973 it was rebuilt at West Milwaukee as 955, Class 20E-RS. It later became Soo Line 955, and was assigned, but never received, number 4309. It was retired in January 1989 and sold to GATX, who sold or leased it to GRR as 9055. In 2000 it became Econo-Rail 9055.

280, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in March 1959, #25275, FN 7573-1. It was sold to D. A. Wilson Co. in August 1984 and shortly sold to Farmrail as 280 "Arapaho".

282, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25277, FN 7575-3.  It was retired in July 1984 and sold to Precision National Corp in August 1984.

286, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25281, FN 7575-7. It was sold to Wilson in August 1984 and then to Farmrail as 280 "Choctaw". It was sold as Finger Lakes Ry 1702 in 1995.

291, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in April 1959, #25286, FN 7575-12.  It was sold as Minnesota Valley RR 291 in August 1984, and sold as Dakota Missouri Valley & Western 291.  It was sold to Pioneer Rail as Minnesota Central RR 907 and transferred as PREX 907.  It was transferred as Michigan Southern RR 907.

292, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in April 1959, #25287, FN 7575-13. It became St Maries Valley RR 101 in May 1980.

301, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25296, FN 7575-22. It was retired in May 1980 and sold to STMA as 102.

304, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25299, FN 7575-25.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment Co in October 1984 and sold as Cedar Rapids & Iowa City 102.

310, Class 17.5E-RS,, was built in May 1959, #25305, FN 7575-31.  It was retired in December 1982 and sold as Iowa RR 310 in February 1983.  It was sold as Nucor Yamato Steel 310.

313, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25308, FN 7575-34.  It was scrapped at Milwaukee in September 1984.

314, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25309, FN 7575-35.  It was retired in May 1980 and sold as Iowa RR 314 in February 1983.

315, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25310, FN 7575-36. It was retired in December 1982 and sold to Wilson in August 1984.

316, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25311, FN 7575-37. It was sold to Wilson in August 1984 and then to Farmrail as 316. Later it became Finger Lakes Ry. 1704.

317, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25312, FN 7575-38. It was retired in December 1982 and sold to Wilson in August 1984.

318, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25313. It was retired in December 1982 and sold to Wilson in July 1985.

319, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in June 1959, #25314.  It was retired in December 1982 and sold as IRRC 319 in February 1983.  It was sold as Great Western RR 319 and resold as Santa Maria Valley RR 1801.

326, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25321. It was retired in December 1982 and sold to Dakota Rail as 326 in March 1983. It later was sold to Wisconsin & Southern as 4494.

328, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25323, FN 7575-49. It was retired in December 1982 and sold to D&I RR as 5 in November 1983.  It was scrapped in October 2010.

330, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in July 1959, #25325, FN 7575-51.  It was sold as Independent Locomotive Service 1365 in March 1984 and later sold as Wyoming-Colorado RR 1365.

331, Class 17.5E-RS, was built in May 1959, #25326, FN 7575-52. It was retired in December 1982 and sold to Wilson Ry Equipment in June 1984. In 1987 to was sold to Farmrail as 331 "Caddo".

Thanks for roster information: Randy Keller

 

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