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601, TA, was built on August 3, 1937, #735, FN E151-1.  It was retired on September 8, 1958, and scrapped at Silvis in April 1960.

606, TA, was built in October 5, 1937, #740, FN E151-6.  It was retired on September 18, 1956, and scrapped at Silvis in November 1958.

625, E3A, was built in June 1939, #934, FN E255-A1.  It was traded in to Electro-Motve in September 1969.

626, E3A, was built in July 1939, #935, FN E255-A2.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in July 1969.

627, E6A, was built in June 1940, #1063, FN 8082-A1.  It was wrecked and rebuilt as E8A 656 in December 1953.  It was again wrecked in September 1964 and traded in to Electro-Motive in February 1965.

628, E6A, was built in June 1940, #1064, FN E305-A2. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in June 1969.

629, E6A, was built in June 1940, #1065, FN E305-A3.  It was traded in to General Electric in July 1966.

630, E6A, was built in October 1941, #1424, FN E415-A1. It was purchased by the Smoky Hill Ry for use on their tourist line. After it developed mechanical problems it was sold to John Killian and Brad Dussenberry for use on the Midland Ry where it has been restored to operation.

631, E6A, was built in November 1941, #1425, FN E415A2.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in July 1969.

632, E7A, was built on April 23, 1946, #3094, FN E650-A1.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in July 1969.

634, E7A, was built in May 1946, #3096, FN E650-A3.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in December 1969.

635, E7A, was built in May 1946, #3097, FN E650-A4.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in July 1969.

636, E7A. was built in May 1946, #3098. FN E650-A5.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in July 1969.

637, E7A, was built in September 1946, #3733, FN E712-A1.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1972.

637B, E7B, was built in September 1946, #3739, FN E712-B1.  It was renumbered 607 in September 1965 and sold to Industrial Maintenance Corp in 1970.  It was resold to Precision Engineering Co in May 1970 and scrapped in June 1970.

638, E7A, was built on September 25, 1946, #3734, FN E712-A2.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1972.

639, E7A, was built in September 1946, #3735, FN E3712-A3. 

641, E7A, was built in February 1948, #3737, FN E712-A5.  It was retired in July 1979 and sold to Chrome Crankshaft in February 1981.  It was scrapped in April 1981.

642, E7A, was built in February 1948, #3738, FN E712-A6.  It was scrapped at Silvis in April 1981.

643, E8A, was built in March 1949, #10306, FN E952-1, as General Motors demonstrator 952. It was sold to the Rock in April 1950 as 643. In March 1981 it went to Chrome Locomotive Co.

646, E8A, was built in June 1951, #14278, FN 2932-A3.  It went to Chrome Locomotive in March 1981.

648, E8A, was built in July 1951, #14280, FN 2032-A5.  It was traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1972.

650, E8A, was built in February 1952, #15197, FN 2042-A1.  It went to Chrome Locomotive in March 1981.

651, E8A, was built in February 1952, #15198, FN 2042-A2.  It was wrecked in September 1964 and traded in to Electro-Motive in February 1965.

652, E8A, was built in February 1952, #15199, FN 2042-A3.  It went to Chrome Locomotive in March 1981.

654, E8A, was built in March 1952, #15201, FN 2047-A5.  It went to Chrome Locomotive in March 1981.

658, E8A, was built on August 24, 1950, #10781, FN 2019-A5, as Union Pacific 930. It went to Rock Island as 658 in August 1969 and then to Chrome Locomotive in March 1981. It was scrapped in May 1981.

660, E8A, was built on April 14, 1953, #17789, FN 2052-A7, as UP 937. It went to Rock Island as 660 in May 1969 and then to Chrome Locomotive in March 1981. It was scrapped in June 1981.

662, E9A, was built on May 15, 1956, #21261, FN 7527-A1, as Union Pacific 900. It became CRI&P 662 in June 1969. It was sold to Chrome Locomotive in March 1981 and scrapped in June 1981.

665, E9A, was built on January 28, 1956, #21266, FN 7527-A6, as UP 905. It became CRI&P 665 in June 1969. It was sold to Chrome Locomotive in March 1981 and scrapped in May 1981.

750, AB6, was built in June 1940, #1066, FN E306-B1. It was rebuilt at Silvis in December 1948 for suburban service and sold to Joliet Ry Equipment for scrap in January 1974.

751, AB6, was built in June 1940, #1067, FN E306-B2. It was rebuilt at Silvis in March 1949 for suburban service and sold to Luria Steel & Trading Co for scrap in November 1973.

 

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