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Electro-Motive SW, SW1 Diesels
9131, SW, was built in October 1937, #900, FN E187-1. It was traded to Electro-Motive.
9139, SW1, was built in June 1939, #900, FN E259-4. It became Burlington Northern 84, Class SW-1, in 1970, and was transferred to Davenport Rock Island & North Western as 84 soon afterwards. It was retired in April 1984. It was sold to ConAgra as 84.
9141, SW1, was built in May 1940, #1068, FN E310-1. It became BN 86, Class SW-1, in 1970, and was transferred to DRI&NW as 86 soon afterwards. It was retired in April 1984 and sold to Wilson Ry Corp in October 1985. It was later sold to Potlatch Corp 86.
9143, SW1, was built in May 1940, #1070, FN E310-3. It became BN 88, Class SW-1, in 1970, and was retired in July 1980 and sold to Joseph & Sons in July 1980. It was then sold to Denver Railway as 88.
9146, SW1, was built in June 1940, #1073, FN E310-6. It became Colorado & Southern 155 in June 1957 and transferred as Fort Worth & Denver 601 on April 28, 1959. It became BN 103, Class SW-1, in January 1972 and retired in December 1972. It was sold to Northern States Power Co as NSPX 4 and donated to the Gopher State Railway Museum.
9147, SW1, was built in June 1940, #1074, FN E310-7. It became BN 91, Class SW-1, in 1970 and retired in August 1983. It was sold to Midwest Locomotive in November 1983 and leased as Kansas City Power & Light Co 91. It was returned as MWLX 91 and renumbered 1940 in 2010.
9150, SW1, was built in February 1941, #1282, FN E375-3. It became BN 94, Class SW-1, in 1970 and sold to Ladish Malting Co as LM-1, in March 1978. It was sold to DRWY as 998.
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