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Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad Association

4, S1, was built by Alco in June 1945, #73353, as South Omaha Terminal Ry 1.  It was sold as Hutchinson & Northern Ry 4 in December 1969 and sold as A&SV 4.


Agmark LLC

1253, SW10, was built by Electro-Motive in April 1953, #17821, FN 4133-17, as Union Pacific 1841, SW9.  It was rebuilt as SW10 at Omaha as 1253 on September 30, 1983, and retired on July 14, 1998. It was sold to National Railway Equipment Co in July 1998 and sold as Agmark 1253.  It was later marked as KARX 1253.


Archer-Daniels-Midlands Corp.

This is an international food company. 


Ash Grove Cement Co.

Ash Grove Lime & Portland Cement Co.

3, 45 Ton, was built by General Electric in June 1944, #27510.

4, 65 Ton, was built by General Electric in June 1953, #31865.


Bartlett & Company

There is a special page covering this multi-site grain company.


Brandon Rail

There is a special page covering this railroad.


Cedrite Technologies, Inc.

9428, SW900, was built by Electro-Motive July 1955, #20412, as Baltimore & Ohio 653, Class DS-20E. It was renumbered 9428, Class SE-3, in 1956, and was reclassified Class SW-900 in 1965.  It was retired on September 8, 1986, and sold to Wilson Railway Corp on December 23, 1986.  It was sold as Cedrite 9428 in March 1988 but closed in 1992.  It was sold through Mid-America Car Corp as Ag Processing Inc 9428 in March 1992.


Central Kansas Railway

This is included on the OmniTrax system.


Collingwood Grain Inc.

7526, Class GP-10, was built in December 1956, #22688, as New York  Central 6021, Class DRS-9e.  It was renumbered 7421, Class ERS-17, in 1966 and became Penn Central 7421, Class ERS-17, in 1968.  It became Consolidated Railroad Corp 7421, Class GP-9, in April 1976 and rebuilt at Paducah in 1978 as Conrail 7526, Class GP-10.  It was sold as CGI 7526.


Continental Grain Co.

We have a page on the national company.


Cooperative Farm Chemicals Assn.

32, S3, was built by Alco in November 1950, #78510, as Texas City Terminal Co 32.  It was sold as CFCA 32 in 1972.

1244, SSB1200, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1951, #13827, FN 6214-A1, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 22419L, Class 2418, TR4A.  It was renumbered 1418A, Class 1418, in 1974 and retired in April 1979.  It was rebuilt as 1244, Class 1214, SSB1200, in 1979 and retired in 1985.  It was sold as Cooperative Farm Chemical Assn 1244 on May 1, 1985, and retired on June 16, 1989.  It was sold to Greenbrier Management Services LLC as FLIX 1244 and sold to S&I Locomotive Services as SILX 1245.

1245, SSB1200, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1951, #13828, FN 6214-B1, as AT&SF 2419A, Class 2418, TR4B.  It was renumbered 1419A, Class 1418, on August 23, 1974, and retired on April 9, 1979.  It was rebuilt as 1245, Class 1214. SSB1200, on August 27, 1979, and retired on April 30, 1985.  It was sold as CFCA 1245 on May 1, 1985, and retired on June 16, 1989.  It was sold Kansas City Power & Light Co 6813 in August 1991 and sold to Watco Inc as WAMX 1211.


DeBruce Grain, Inc.

We have a page on the elevator company.


Dodge City Ford & Bucklin RR.

301, 45 Ton, was built by General Electric in May 1941, #13059.

1001, CF7, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1951, #13722, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 249C, Class 200, an F7A.  It was rebuilt at Cleburne as 2544, Class 2417, in November 1973 and retired on January 16, 1987.  It was sold to WATCo in February 1987 and became Southwest Kansas RR 1001 in April 1987.  It was sold as DCFB 1001 but the line was abandoned later.

6601, S1, was built by Alco in June 1941, #69407, as United States Army 7459.  It was later sold as DCFB 6601.

999014 was built by Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe in February 1942 as 2178, Class Ce-1.   It was rebuilt as 999014 in 1967 and later sold as DCFB 999014.


Emporia Manufacturing Co.

10 was built by Lima in February 1910, #1108, as Emporia Manufacturing Co 10.  It was sold to Birmingham Rail & Equipment in 1929 and sold as Delaware & Northern Ry 10 on January 3, 1930.


Erman Corp.

1, NW2, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1949, #6874. as St Louis-San Francisco 263.  It became Burlington Northern 423, Class NW-2, in December 1980 and retired in August 1983.  It was sold as EC 1 in September 1983 and resold as Eli Lilly & Co 1.

2, GP7, was built by Electro-Motive.


Garden City Western Ry.

This became a Pioneer road.


Hutchinson & Northern Ry.

This was originally a traction freight line and can be found on the Kansas traction page.


Hutchinson Salt Co.

Hutchinson Transportation Co.

1284, SW1200, was built by Electro-Motive in March 1957, #23082. FN 4385-2, as Cuyahoga Valley RR 1284.  It was sold as HSCo 1284 in 1995 and became HUTX 1284.


C. D. Jennings Grain Co.

515, JDT 20 Ton, was built by Plymouth in March 1959, #6176.  It became Continental Grain Co 515.


Johnson County Airport Commission

1992, SW8, was built by General Motors in February 1951, #A181, FN C112, as Canadian National 8501, Class Q-7-a.  It was reclassified GS-10b in September 1954 and renumbered 7151, Class DS-8a, in June 1956.  It was sold to National Railway Leasing Co and became JCAC 1992 in 1992.


Kansas & Missouri Railway & Terminal Co.

3, 46 Ton, was built by General Electric on October 25, 1941, #13163, for Benecia Arsenal.  It became Unites States Army 4505 and sold to Columbia Steel & Shafting Inc.  It was sold as Kansas City Public Service Freight Operation 2 in 1960 and later sold as KM 3.


Kansas City Municipal Bureau of Public Utilities

946, SL110, was built by General Electric.


Kansas City Terminal Ry.

We have a special page on the Kansas City Terminal.


Kyle RR

We have a page on this railroad.


Neosho Construction Co.

6400, GP9u, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1956 #21465, as Spokane Portland & Seattle 150. It became Burlington Northern 1975, Class GP-9, in 1970 and became National Museum of Transport in June 1985. Later it was traded to Morrison Knudsen for two MARC E9s. MK was rebuilt it as NCCo 6400.


Northeast Kansas & Missouri RR

This line was built as a Union Pacific line between Saint Joseph and Marysville and served as a Railtex line. But after several years, it was sold back to the UP.

23, GP9, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1955, #20141, as Southern Pacific 5616, Class DF-605.  It was renumbered 3453, Class EF418-5, and rebuilt on April 2, 1970, as 3303, Class EF418E-1.  It was retired on December 17, 1986, and sold as Cape Cod & Hyannis 203 in May 1988.  It was renumbered 23 and sold to Railtex in April 1989.  It was assigned as North Carolina & Virginia 23 and reassigned as NEKM 23 in May 1991..

1308, GP7, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1951, #15250, as Chesapeake & Ohio 5744, Class MRSE-15.  It was reclassified Class GP-7 in 1964 and retired in April 1984.  It was sold to Lambton Cartage & Warehousing and then as Herzog Contracting Co 1308.  It was then leased as NEKM 1308 and sold as MidWest Rail Holdings 1308.

2022, GP7u, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1952, #17459, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 2804, Class 2650. It was rebuilt at Cleburne in September 1981 as 2022, Class 2000. It was retired in March 1990 and sold to Railtex in August 1990. It was assigned to NEKM as 2022 and later moved to Texas Northeastern as 2022. In April 1992 it became Dallas Garland & North Eastern 2022 as one of the first locomotives.

2167, GP7u, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1952, #17011, as AT&SF 2784, Class 2650. It was rebuilt in August 1979 at Cleburne as 2167, Class 2050. It was retired in October 1989 and sold to Railtex in July 1990. They assigned it to NEKM as 2167, Spirit of Hiawatha" and transferred it to Missouri & Northern Arkansas as 2167 in October 1991.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment as NREX 2167 and sold to Motive Power Resources Inc as MVPX 2167. It was sold as Grafton & Upton 2167 and rebuilt as 1800 in December 2013.

2210, GP7u, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1952, #15798, as AT&SF 2698, Class 2650. It was rebuilt in October 1980 at Cleburne as 2210, Class 2050. It was retired in June 1989 and sold to Railtex in February 1990. It was assigned to NEKM as 2210 "The Spirit of Seneca" and later transferred to M&NA as 2210.  It was sold as NREX 2210 and sold as MVPX 2210.  It was sold as G&U 2210 and renumbered 1801 in December 2013..


Northeast Kansas Rail Museum

6540, FP9A, was built by General Motors in July 1958, #A1400, as Canadian National 6540, Class GPA-17e.  It became Via Rail Canada 6540, Class DPA-17e, on March 31, 1971, and sold to Rail Enterprise Inc on February 19, 1994.  It was sold as NKRM in 1994 and sold at Boone & Scenic Valley RR 6540 in 2002.


Ottaway Mfg. Co.

There is a special page covering this miniature locomotive builder.


 Right Cooperative Association

101, TC-10 was built by Electro-Motive  in November 1958, #24961, FN 5583-14, as Norfolk & Western 519, GP9.  It was rebuilt as 101, TC-10, in December 1985 and was sold as RCA 101,


South East Kansas RR

This is a Watco shortline.


South Kansas & Oklahoma RR

This is a Watco shortline.


Topeka Railway Equipment Co.

No number, 65 Ton, was built by General Electric in July 1942, #15653, as United States Army 7341.  It became United States Navy 65-00603 and sold as TRECo no number.  It became PLM Railcar Maintenance Corp no number and then Transisco Rail Services Co no number.


Union Equity Cooperative Grain Corp.

This is part of Farmland Industries.

 

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