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758 was built in March 1972, #7390-2, FN 7390-2.  It was retired and stored at Calgary. Alta.

759 was built in March 1972, #7390-3, FN 7390-3.  It was retired and stored at Keith, Alta.

760 was built in March 1972, #7390-4, FN 7390-4.  It later got Canadian Pacific cab letting and was retired in December 2003.

763 was built in January 1973, #72672-2, FN 72672-2.  It was retired and stored at Moose Jaw, Sask  It was rebuilt in 2008 as Progress Rail Service 3002 PR30C.

764 was built in January 1973, #72672-3, FN 72672-3.  It was sold to Mandak Metals on November 23, 2003, for scrap.

765 was built in January 1973, #72672-4, FN 72672-4.  It was sold to Mandak Metals on November 23, 2003, for scrap.

767 was built in November 1973, #73634-1, FN 73634-1.  It was scrapped at Winnipeg, MT, in May 2005.

768 was built in November 1973, #73634-2, FN 73634-2.  It was retired and stored at Keith, Alta.

769 was built in November 1973, #73634-3, FN 73634-3.

770 was built in November 1973, #73634-4, FN 73634-4.  It was sold as National Railway Equipment Co 770 in September 2004.

773 was built in December 1973, #73634-7, FN 73634-7. It later got CP cab lettering.  It was retired in January 2001 and sold to Helm Leasing,  It was rebuilt as VMV Enterprises as 2001, a SD40-3, and sold as NREX 2001.  It was sold as Northshore Mining Co 2001 in December 2010.

775 was built in October 1974, #73695-1, FN 73695-1.

776 was built in October 1974, #73695-2, FN 73695-2.  It became CP 776 in 1993.

778 was built in October 1974, #73595-4, FN 73595-4.  It became CP 778 in July 1983 and sold to Independent Locomotive Service as 1337 in 2001.

779 was built in October 1974, #73595-5, FN 73595-5.  It became CP 779 in 1994.

781 was built in October 1974, #73595-7, FN 73595-7.  It became CP 781.

785 was built in October 1974, #73695-11, FN 73695-11.  It became CP 785 in 1990 and sold to General Electric in February 2002.  It was was sold to Power Source Supply Inc as PWSX 785.

787 was built in October 1975, #75604-1, FN 75604-1.  It became CP 787 in July 1990 and sold to Uni-Capital in 1999.  It was sold as Missouri & Northern Arkansas 4080 on January 5, 2000.

6300 was built in July 1973, #72640-7, FN 72640-7, as Chicago Milwaukee St Paul & Pacific 177, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 16 and later Soo 6300 in 1985. It was retired in July 1988 and went to the General Motors lease fleet as 6300 in October 1988. It was rebuilt and renumbered 6000 in March 1991.

6302 was built in July 1973, #72640-9, FN 72640-9, as CMStP&P 179, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 18 and later Soo Line 6302 in 1985. It was retired in July 1988 and later went to the GM lease fleet as 6302 in October 1988.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment Co as NREX 6302 and sold to WATCo as WAMX 4122.

6303 was built in July 1973, #72640-10, FN 72640-10, as CMStP&P 180, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 19 and later Soo 6303 in 1985. It was retired in July 1988 and later went to the GM lease fleet as 6303 in October 1988. It was sold as NREX 6303 and sold as WAMX 4123.

6304 was built in July 1973, #72640-11, FN 72640-11, as CMStP&P 181, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 20 and later Soo Line 6304 in 1985. It was retired in July 1988 and later went to the GM lease fleet as 6304 in October 1988.  It was sold as NREX 6304 and sold as WAMX 4124.

6305 was built in July 1973, #72641-1, FN 72641-1, as CMStP&P 21, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo Line 6305 in 1985 and went to the General Motors lease fleet as EMDX 6305 in July 1988.  It was sold as NREX 6305 and sold as WAMX 4125..

6308 was built in July 1973, #72641-4, FN 72641-4, as CMStP&P 24, Class 30ERS6. It became Soo 6308 in 1985 and wrecked in June 1987 at Rutledge, IA. It was retired in July 1987 and stored.

6309 was built in July 1973, #72641-4, FN 72641-4, as CMStP&P 25, Class 30ERS6.  It became Soo 6309 in 1985 and went to the GM lease fleet as EMDX 6309 in July 1988.  It was sold as NREX 6309.

6311 was built in July 1973, #72643-2, FN 72643-2, as CMStP&P 27, Class 30ERS6.  It became Soo 6311 in 1985 and went to the GM lease fleet as EMDX 6311 in July 1988.  It was sold as NREX 6311.

6313 was built in July 1973, #72643-3, FN  72643-3, as CMStP&P 29, Class 30ERS6.  It was became Soo 6313 in 1985.  In July 1988 it was retired and later went to GM lease fleet as EMDX 6413.  It was sold as Georgia Southwestern RR 4000 in 2006 and sold as Columbus & Greenville Ry 3309 in 2010.

6314 was built in July 1973, #72643-5, FN 72643-5, as CMStP&P 30, Class 30ERS6. It became Soo 6314 in 1985. In July 1988 it went to GM lease fleet as EMDX 6314.

(6315) was built in July 1972, #7396-1, FN 7396-1, as CMStP&P 3000, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 130 in July 1973 and assigned Soo 6315 in 1985. It was retired in August 1987 and sent to VMV Enterprises where it was rebuilt as Nacionales de Mexico 13040  in December 1987.  It was transferred as Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana 1437 in 1997 and assigned as Kansas City Southern de Mexico 3276 in 2006.

6316 was built in July 1972, #7396-3, FN 7396-3, as CMStP&P 3003, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 132 in July 1973 and again renumbered Soo 6316 in 1985. It was retired in July 1988 and sent to VMV where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13044.

6318 was built in July 1972, #7396-7, FN 7396-7, as CMStP&P 3006, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 136 in July 1973 and assigned Soo 6318 in 1985. It was retired in August 1987 and sent to VMV where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13043.

(6319) was built in July 1972, #7396-8, FN 7396-8, as CMStP&P 3007, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 137 in July 1973 and assigned Soo 6319 in 1985. It was retired in August 1987 and sent to Morrison Knudsen where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13014 in December 1989.  It became TFM 1412 in 1997 and renumbered as KCSM 3261 in 2006..

(6320) was built in July 1972, #7396-9, FN 7396-9, as CMStP&P 3008, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 138 in July 1973 and assigned Soo 6320 in 1985. It was retired in August 1987 and sent to Morrison Knudsen where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13012 in December 1989.  It became TFM 1411 in 1997 and renumbered as KCSM 3260. 

(6321) was built in July 1972, #7396-10, FN 7397-10, as CMStP&P 3009. Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 139 in July 1973 and assigned Soo Line 6321 in 1985.  It was retired in August 1987 and sent to Morrison Knudeen where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13024 in April 1988.  It became TFM 1422 in 1997 and renumbered as KCSM 3271 in 2006.

(6322) was built in July 1972, #7396-11, FN 7396-11, as CMStP&P 3010. Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 140 in July 1973 and assigned Soo Line 6322 in 1985,  It was retired in August 1987 and send to Morrison Knudsen where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13010 in October 1989.  It became TFM 1409 in 1997 and renumbered as KCSM 3258 in 2006.

(6323) was built in July 1972, #7396-13, FN 7396-13, as CMStP&P 3012, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 142 in July 1973 and assigned Soo 6323 in 1985. It was retired in August 1987 and sent to Morrison Knudsen where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13027 in May 1988.  It became TFM 1425 in 1997 and renumbered as KCSM 3274 in 2006.

(6324) was built in July 1972, #7396-15, FN 7396-15, as CMStP&P 3014, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 144 in July 1973 and assigned Soo 6324 in 1985. It was retired in August 1987 and sent to VMV where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13041 in January 1988.  It became TFM 1438 in 1997 and renumbered as KCSM 3287 in 2006..

(6326) was built in July 1972, #7396-18, FN 7396-18, as CMStP&P 3017, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 147 in July 1973 and assigned Soo 6326 in 1985. It was retired in August 1987 and sent to MK where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13025 in May 1988.  It became TFM 1423 in 1997 and renumbered as KCSM 3272 in 2006..

(6330) was built in July 1972, #7396-24, FN 7396-24, as CMStP&P 3023, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 153 in July 1973 and assigned Soo Line 6330 in 1985.  It was retired in August 1987 and sent to MK where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13021 in March 1988.  It became TFM 1419 in 1997 and renumbered as KCSM 3268 in 2006.

(6331) was built in August 1972, #7396-25, FN 7396-25, as CMStP&P 3024, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 154 in July 1973 and assigned Soo 6331. It was retired in August 1987 and sent to MK where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13013.  It was wrecked on March 24, 1988.

(6333) was built in August 1972, #7396-27, FN 7396-27, as CMStP&P 3026, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 156 in July 1973 and assigned Soo Line 6333 in 1985,  It was retired in August 1987 and sent to MK where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13022 in April 1988.  It became TFM 1420 in 1997 and renumbered KCSM 3269 in 2006.

(6336) was built in August 1972, #7396-30, FN 7396-30, as CMStP&P 3029, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 159 in July 1973 and assigned Soo Line 6336 in 1985,  It was retired in September 1987 and sent to VMV where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13045. 

(6338), was built in August 1972, #7396-35, FN 7396-35. as CMStP&P 3034, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 164 in July 1973 and assigned Soo Line 6338 in 1985.  It was retired in August 1987 and sent to VMV where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13037 in December 1987.  It became TFM 1434 in 1997 and renumbered KCSM 3283 in 2006.

(6339) was built in August 1972, #7396-36, FN 7396-36. as CMStP&P 3035, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 165 in July 1973 and assigned Soo Line 6339 in 1985,  It was retired in August 1987 and sent to MK where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13018 in March 1988.  It became TFM 1416 in 1997 and renumbered KCSM 3265 in 2006.

(6340) was built in August 1972, #7396-37, FN 7396-37, as CMStP&P 3036, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 166 in July 1973 and assigned Soo Line 6340 in 1985.  It was retired in August 1987 and sent to VMV where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13048.

(6341) was built in August 1972, #7396-38, FN 7396-38, as CMStP&P 3037, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 167 in July 1973 and assigned Soo Line 6341 in 1985.  It was retired in August 1987 and sent to VMV where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13046.

(6342), was built in August 1972, #7396-39, FN 7396-39, as CMStP&P 3038, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 168 in July 1973 and assigned Soo Line 6342 in 1985.  It was retired in August 1987 and sent to MK where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13020 in March 1988.  It became TFM 1418 in 1997 and renumbered KCSM 3267 in 2006.

6345, was built in July 1973, #72640-2, FN 72640-2, as CMStP&P 172, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered Soo Line 6345 in 1985.  In July 1988 it was retired and later went to General Motors lease fleet as EMDX 6345.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment Co as NREX 6345.

6346 was built in July 1973, #72640-3, FN 72640-3, as CMStP&P 173, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered Soo Line 6346 in 1985.  In July 1988 it was retired and later went to GM lease fleet as EMDX 6346.  It was sold as Georgia Southwestern RR 4001 in 2006 and sold as Columbus & Greenville Ry 3310 in 2010.

6347 was built in July 1973, #72640-4, FN 72640-4, as CMStP&P 174, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered Soo Line 6347 in 1985.  In July 1988 8t was retired and later went to GM lease fleet as EMDX 6347.  It was sold as Wheeling & Lake Erie 6347 in 2000 and rebuilt in December 2013.

6348 was built in July 1973, #72640-5, FN 72640-5, as CMStP&P 175, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo 6348 in 1985. In July 1988 it was retired and later went to GM lease fleet as 6348.

6349 was built in May 1974, #73682-1, FN 73682-1, as CMStP&P 182, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered Soo Line 6349 in 1985.  In July 1989 it was sold to General American Transportation as 6349.  It was later renumbered 9349 and then later 7349.

6350 was built in June 1974, #73682-2, FN 73682-2, as CMStP&P 183, Class 30-ERS-6.  It was renumbered Soo Line 6350 in 1985.  In July 1989 it was sold to GATX as 6350.  It was later renumbered 9350 and then later 7350.  It was sold as NREX 7350 and sold as WAMX 4128.

6351 was built in June 1974, #73682-3, FN 73682-3, as CMStP&P 184, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered Soo Line 6351 in 1985.  In July 1989 it was sold to GATX as 6351.  It was later renumbered 9351 and then later 7351.

6352 was built in June 1974, #73687-5, FN 73687-5, CMStP&P 186, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo Line 6352 in 1985. In July 1989 it was sold to GATX as 6352. It was later renumbered 9352 and then later 7352.

6353 was built in June 1974, #73687-6, FN 73687-6, as CMStP&P 187, Class 30-ERS-6.  It later became Soo Line 6353 in 1985 and was sold to GATX in July 1989 as 6353.  It was renumbered 9353 and later renumbered 7353.

6354 was built in June 1974, #73687-7, FN 73687-7, as CMStP&P 188, Class 30-ERS-6.  It later became Soo Line 6354 in 1985 and was sold to GATX in July 1989 as 6354.  It was renumbered 9354 and later renumbered 7354.  It was rebuilt to SD38-2 as Indiana Harbor Belt 3861 in 2001.

6355 was built in June 1974, #73687-8, FN 73687-8, as CMStP&P 189, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo 6355 in 1985. In July 1989 it was sold to GATX as 6355. It was later renumbered 9355 and then later 7355.

6357 was built in June 1974, #73687-10, FN 73687-10, as CMStP&P 191, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered Soo Line 6357 in 1985.  In July 1989 it was sold to GATX as 6357.  It was later renumbered 9357 and then later 7357.

6358 was built in June 1974, #73687-11, FN 73686-11, as CMStP&P 192, Class 30-ERS-6.  It was renumbered Soo Line 6358 in 1985.  It July 1989 it was sold to GATX as 6358.  It was later renumbered 9358 and then later 7358.

6359 was built in June 1974, #73687-12, FN 73687-12, as CMStP&P 193, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo 6359 in 1985 and was sold to Helm Leasing as 6359 in July 1989. It was sold to Dakota Minnesota & Eastern as 6359, "Mount Rushmore", in March 1990.

6360 was built in June 1974, #73687-15, FN 73687-15, as CMStP&P 195, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo 6360 in 1985. In July 1989 it was sold to Helm as 6360 and then became DM&E 6360, "City of Mankato", in March 1990.

6361 was built in June 1974, #73687-16, FN 73687-16, as CMStP&P 197, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo 6361 in 1985. In July 1989 it was sold to Helm as 6361 and then became DM&E 6361, "City of Redfield", in March 1990.  It was wrecked at Brookings, SC, on August 25, 2000.

6363 was built in June 1974, #73687-20, FN 73687-20, as CMStP&P 201, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo 6363 in 1985. In July 1989 it was sold to Helm as 6363 and then became DM&E 6363, "City of Rochester", in March 1990.

6364 was built in June 1974, #73687-22, FN 73687-22, as CMStP&P 203, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo 6364 in 1985. In July 1989 it was sold to Helm as 6364 and then became DM&E 6364, "City of Sleepy Eye", in March 1990.

6366 was built in July 1974, #73687-24, FN 73687-24, as CMStP&P 205, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered Soo Line 6366 in 1985.  In July 1989 and sold to HLCX as 6366 and then became DM&E 6366 "City of Winona" in 1996.

6367 was built in July 1974, #73667-25, FN 73667-25, as CMStP&P 206, Class 30ERS6. It later became Soo 6367 and was sold to Helm in 1990 as 6367. It later became DM&E 6367 "City of New Ulm" in January 1995.

6368 was built in July 1974, #73687-26, FN 73687-26, as CMStP&P 207, Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered Soo Line 6368 in 1985 and was retired in July 1989,  It was sold to Helm in July 1991 as 6368 and renumbered as 6500.  It later became DM&E 6368 "City of Claremont" in January 1995.

6369 was built in July 1974, #73687-27, FN 73687-27, as CMStP&P 208, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo 6369 in 1985. It was retired in July 1989 and sold to Helm as 6369 in July 1991. It became DM&E 6369, "City of Walnut Grove", in February 1996.

6370 was built in July 1974, #73687-28, FN 73687-28, as CMStP&P 209, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo 6370 in 1985. It was retired in August 1989 and sold to Helm 6370 in July 1991. It became DM&E 6370, "City of Arlington", in January 1995.

6375 was built in July 1972, #7396-14, FN 7396-14, as CMStP&P 3013, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered 143 in July 1973 and became Soo Line 6375 in 1985. It was retired in July 1987 and sold to VMV where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13011 in December 1989.  It became TFM 1410 in 1997 and assigned as KCSM 3259 in 2006.

(6376) was built in July 1972, #7396-21, FN 7396-21, as CMStP&P 3020. Class 30ERS6.  It was renumbered 150 in July 1973 and asslgned Soo Line 6376 in 1985.  It was retired in August 1987 and sent to VMV where it was rebuilt as NdeM 13035 in October 1987.  It became TFM 1432 in 1997 and renumbered as KCSM 3281 in 2006.

6384 was built in June 1974, #73687-13, FN 73687-13, as CMStP&P 194, Class 30ERS6. It was assigned Soo Line 6384 in 1985 and banditized in 1987. It was retired in July 1989 and became DM&E 6384, "City of New Ulm", in March 1990. It was returned to Helm and renumbered 6211.

6386 was built in June 1974, #73687-18, FN 73687-18, as CMStP&P 199, Class 30ERS6. It was renumbered Soo 6386 in 1985. In July 1989 it was sold to Helm as 6386 and then became DM&E 6386, "City of Walnut Grove", in March 1990. It was returned to Helm and renumbered 6212.  It was sold as Wisconsin & Southern 4009 and became WATCo WAMX 4178.

6387 was built in June 1974, #73687-19, FN 73687-19, as CMStP&P 200, Class 30ERS6.  It became Soo Line 6387 in 1985 and was sold to Helm as 6387 in July 1989.  It was sold to DM&E in March 1990 as 6387. It was returned to Helm Leasing and renumbered 6213 in February 1996.  It was sold as Norfolk Southern 3505, Class SD40-2, on December 27, 2013.

6388, was built in June 1974, #73687-21, FN 73687-21, as CMStP&P 202, Class 30ER6.  It was renumbered  Soo Line 6388 in 1985.  In July 1989 it was sold as HLCX 6388 and and became DM&E 6388.  It was returned as and renumbered HLCX 6214 in 1996.  It sold as NS 3506, Class SD40-2, on March 1, 2014.

6603 was built in May 1980, #796327-2, FN 796328-6.  It became CPR 6603.

6611 was built in May 1980, #796328-6, FN 796328-6.  It became CPR 6611.

6615 was built in March 1981, #797393-2, FN 797393-2.

6616 was built in March 1981, #797393-3, FN 797393-3.  It became CPR 6616.

 

 

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