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1500, S4, Class 1500, was built in May 1951, #78687.  It was retired on June 21, 1977 and heavily rebuilt and re-engined as Lone Star Steel 55 on March 30, 1981. 

1507, S4, Class 1500, was built in May 1951, #78774.  It was retired on September 28, 1971, and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1972.

1511, S4, Class 1500, was built in June 1951, #78806.  It was retired on January 28, 1971, and sold as Kaiser Steel Co 1004.  It was sold to Chrome Crankshaft in February 1973.

1525, S4, Class 1500, was built in July 1952, #79814.  It was retired on July 21, 1977, and sold as Texas & Northern 29 and rebuilt as 45 on October 18, 1979.

1526, S4, Class 1500, was built in July 1952, #80059.  It was retired on April 15, 1976, and heavily rebuilt and re-engined, as LSS 56 on April 30, 1981.

1533, S4, Class 1500, was built in June 1953, #80616.  It was retired on April 14, 1978, and rebuilt as LSS 53.

1535, S4, Class 1500, was built in June 1953, #80618.  It was retired on September 26, 1977.

2301, HH660, Class 2301, was built in July 1937, #68803. It was sold to Palo Duro Grain Co on September 19, 1963. This company was merged into Agri Industries. The locomotive is now being preserved at the railroad museum in Temple, TX.

2316, HH1000, Class 2310, was built in June 1939, #69156.  It was retired on March 30, 1971, and sold to Precision National in June 1971.

2340, S2, Class 2322, was built November 1943, #70064.  It was retired on December 19, 1975, and sold as TN 24.  It later became LSS 24.

2346, S2, Class 2322, was built in August 1944, #72725.  It was retired on November 16, 1971, and traded in to Electro-Motive in 1972.

2350, S2, Class 2322, was built in July 1945, #73502.  It was retired on December 7, 1977, and sold as General Electric Power Systems 2350.  It went to Gulf Coast Railroad Museum in 1999.

2351, S2, Class 2322, was built in July 1945, #73503.  It was retired on December 7, 1977.

2365, S2, Class 2322, was built in May 1949, #76768.  It was retired on June 28, 1968, and traded in to General Electric in 1969.

2371, S2, Class 2322, was built in September 1949, #77125.  It was retired on February 29, 1976.

2380, S2, Class 2322, was built in December 1949, #77927.  It was retired on June 1, 1972, and sold to National Metals & Steel Co.

 

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