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1802, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in August 1944, #L1001, as 1802, Class 10F-S. It was the first locomotive produced by Fairbanks Morse. In 1959 it was renumbered 760 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was retired in May 1980 and acquired by the Illinois Railway Museum in November 1981.

1803, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in June 1945, #L1005. It was renumbered 761 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was retired in May 1978 and sold to Precision National for scrap in September 1978.

1804, H10-44, Class 10F-S, 762, Class 12F-S, was built in August 1945, #L1006, as 1804, Class 10F-S. It was renumbered 762 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was retired in May 1978 and sold to Precision National for scrap in September 1978.

1805, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in August 1945, #L1007. It was renumbered 763 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was retired in May 1980 and scrapped in March 1981.

1807, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in October 1945, #L1009. It was renumbered 765 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was retired in May 1980 and acquired by Central Wisconsin RR as 765 in March 1981.

1809, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in December 1954, #L1011. It was renumbered 767 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was retired in March 1981 and acquired by National Railroad Museum.

1810, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in March 1946, #L1012. It was renumbered 768 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was retired in January 1978 and sold to Precision National for scrap in March 1978.

1811, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in April 1946, #L1013. It was renumbered 769 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was retired in May 1980 and sold as CWRR 769 in June 1983.

1812, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in August 1946, #L1014. It was renumbered 770 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was retired in January 1982 and sold to Chrome Crankshaft where it was scrapped.

1813, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in January 1949, #10L112.  It was renumbered 771 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962.  It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Colt Industries for parts in June 1980.

1815, H10-44, Class 10F-2, was built in January 1949, #10L114.  It was renumbered 773 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962.  It was retired in May 1978 and sold to Precision National Corp in September 1978.

1816, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in February 1949, #10L115.  It was renumbered 774 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962.  It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Colt Industries for parts in June 1980.

1817, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in February 1949, #10L116. It was renumbered 775 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Colt Industries for parts in June 1980.

1819, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in March 1948, #10L45, as Fairbanks Morse & Co 1000.  It was sold as Milwaukee Road 1822, Class 10F-S, in September 1949 and renumbered 777 in 1959.  It was rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962 and retired in May 1980.  It was sold to Colt Industries for parts in June 1980.

1820, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in February 1950, #10L325.  It was renumbered 778 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962.  It was retired in May 1980 and scrapped by Joseph Behr Co in March 1981.

1821, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in February 1950, #10L326.  It was renumbered 779 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962.  It was retired in May 1980 and sold for scrap to Chrome Crankshaft in January 1982.

1822, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in February 1950, #10L327.  It was renumbered 780 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962.  It was retired in May 1980 and sold to Colt Industries for parts in June 1980.

1823, H10-44, Class 10F-S, was built in March 1950, #10L328. It was renumbered 781 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962. It was sold as CWRR 781 in April 1983, and acquired for preservation when the Central Wisconsin was abandoned.

1824, H10-44, Class 10F-2, was built in March 1950, #10L329.  It was renumbered 782 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-S in 1962.  It was sold as CWRR 782 in April 1983.

1825, H10-44, Class 10F-2, was built in March 1950, #10L330.  It was renumbered 783 in 1959 and rebuilt as 12F-2 in 1962.  It was sold as CWRR 783 in April 1983.

1826, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in May 1950, #12L374.  It was renumbered 750 in 1959 and retired in May 1980.  It was sold as CWRR 750 in April 1983.

1827, H12-44, Class 12F-2, was built in May 1950, #12L375.  It was renumbered 751 in 1959 and retired in May 1980.

1829, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in March 1951, #12L429.  It was renumbered 753 in 1959 and retired in May 1980.  It was sold as CWRR 753 in April 1983.

1831, H12-44, Class 12F-2, was built in March 1951, #12L431.  It was renumbered 755 in 1959 and retired in May 1980.

1832, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in March 1951, #12L432.  It was renumbered 756 in 1959 and renumbered 749.  It was retired in May 1976 and sold for scrap to Precision National Corp in September 1976.

1841, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in November 1951, #12L523. It was renumber 723 in 1959 and retired in May 1980.

1842, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in November 1951, #12L524. It was renumbered 724 in 1959 and retired in May 1976. It was sold for scrap to Precision National Corp in September 1976.

2303, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in March 1952, #12L564. It was renumbered 733 in 1959 and retired in January 1977. It was sold for scrap to Precision National in March 1977. For a period of time it was painted in the passenger yellow scheme for use at the Milwaukee passenger terminal.

2305, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in March 1952, #12L566. It was renumbered 735 in 1959 and sold as CWRR 735 in August 1982.

2308, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in March 1952, #12L569. It was renumbered 738 in 1959 and retired in May 1980. It was sold to Precision National for scrap.

2309, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in March 1952, #12L570. It was renumbered 739 in 1959 and retired in May 1980. It was sold to Precision National for scrap.

2310, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in January 1954, #12L823. It was renumbered 740 in 1959 and retired in April 1980. It was acquired by the Mad River and NKP Historical Society.

2313, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in January 1954, #12L826. It was renumbered 743 in 1959 and retired in April 1980. It was sold to Colt Industries for parts.

2321, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in January 1955, #12L956. It was renumbered 706 in 1959 and retired in March 1981.  It was sold as CWRR 1200 and sold to Miller Compressing Co.  It was sold as Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum 9733.

2323, H12-44, Class 12F-S, was built in January 1955, #12L958.  It was renumbered 708 in 1959 and retired in April 1976.  It was sold to Precision National Corp in August 1976 and scrapped.


 

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