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Bay Colony RR

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Berkshire Scenic Ry.

19, 80 Ton, was built by General Electric in March 1947, #28689, as General Electric Corp 19.  It was sold as BSRy 19 in July 1984.

67, 50 Ton, was built by General Electric on March 19, 1957, #32855, as United Illuminating Co 67.  It was donated as BSRy 67 in 1986.

8619, SW8, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1953, #16194, as New York Central 9619, Class DES-18c.  It was renumbered 8619, Class ES-8, in 1966 and became Penn Central 8619, Class ES-8, in 1968.  It became Consolidated Railroad Corp 8619, Class SW-8, in April 1976, and sold as BSRy 8619 in 1985.


Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard

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Cape Cod & Hyannis RR

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Cape Cod Central RR

1201, RS3u, was built by Alco May 1951, #78868, as New York Central 8246, Class DRS-16b.  It was renumbered as 5246, Class ARS-16, in 1966 and became Penn Central 5246, Class ARS-16, in 1968.  It was sold as National Railway Passenger Corp 104 in 1976 and rebuilt in 1984.  It was sold as Shoreline Locomotive Co 6055 and resold as Connecticut Central RR 1201.  It was sold as Providence & Worcester 120 in 1991 and sold as CCC 1201 in 2001.  It was scrapped in September 2011.

1501, GP7, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1952, #15943, as Atlanta & St Andrews Bay RR 501.  It was sold as South Central Florida Express RR 9011 in 1990 and sold as CCC 1501 in 1999.

1502, GP7, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1952, #15944, as A&StAB 502.  It was rebuilt as 511 and sold as SCFE 9012 in 1990.  It was sold as CCC 1502 in 1999 and scrapped in September 2011.


Cape Cod RR

0670, RS1, was built by Alco in November 1948, #76212, as New York New Haven & Hartford 0670, Class DERS-1b.  It was sold as Genesee & Wyoming 42 in January 1964 and sold to Cape Cod RR and painted as NH 0670 in September 1989.  It was sold to A J Belliveau RR Construction in March 1991.  It was leased as Connecticut Central  0670 and sold as Central New England RR 0670 in 1995.

1100, F3Au, was built by Electro-Motive in December 1946, #3596, as Alton RR 810.  It became Gulf Mobile & Ohio 805-A in June 1947 and Illinois Central Gulf 1605 in 1972.  It was rebuilt at Paducah as Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority 1100 in 1977 and leased as CCRR 1100 in 1992 and sold to Mid Atlantic Rail Car in 1998.  It was leased as Indian Head Central RR 1100 in 1998 and leased as St. Marys RR 1100 in 2004.  It was rebuilt by Relco in 2009 as San Luis & Rio Grande RR 1100.

1101, F3Au, was built by Electro-Motive in December 1946, #3586, as Alton 800.  It became GM&O 800-A in June 1947 and ICG 1601 in 1972.  It was rebuilt on June 24, 1977, at Paducah as MBTA 1101 and sold as CCRR 1101 in February 1992.  It was sold to Gulf Coast Railroad Museum as Seaboard Air Line RR 4033.

1114, F3Au, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1947, #3950, as GM&O 811-A.  It was rebuilt at Paducah on September 22, 1978, as MBTA 1114.  It was leased as CCRR 1114 in February 1992 until January 1998 and sold to Mid Atlantic Rail Car in January 1998.  It was leased as Indian Head Central RR 1114 in 1998 and leased to the Mirant power plant in 2001.  It was rebuilt by Relco in 2009 as San Luis & Rio Grande RR 1114.

1789, GP9, was built by Electro-Motive in April 1957, #22791, as Great Northern 716, Class GP-9.  It became Burlington Northern 1789, Class GP-9, in 1970 and retired in July 1983.  It was sold to Chrome Locomotive in September 1983 and sold as MBTA 1923 in January 1984. It was sold as CCRR 1923 in January 1992 and renumbered 1789 in 1994.  It was leased as Bay Colony RR 1703 in May 1999.

1823, GP9, was built by Electro-Motive in March 1954, #19356, as GN 671, Class GP-9.  It became BN 1823, Class GP-9, in 1970 and retired in March 1983.  It was sold to Azcon Corp in May 1983 and sold as MBTA 1924 in January 1984.  It was sold as CCRR 1924 in January 1992 and renumbered 1823 in 1992.  It was sold as D J Joseph Co 1823 in January 1997 and resold as Nucor Steel Corp 1823 in February 1997.

1925, GP9, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1958, #24056, as Northern Pacific 366.  It became BN 1945, Class GP-9, in 1970 and retired in June 1983.  It was sold to Chrome Locomotive in July 1983 and sold as MBTA 1925 in January 1984.  It was sold as CCRR 1925 in January 1992 but never used.  It was scrapped in February 1996.


Classic Rail Cars

6906, RDC9, was built by Budd in August 1956, #6407, as Boston & Maine 6906.  It was sold as Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority 6906 in December 1976.  It was sold as CRCX 6906 and listed as Amtrak 800506.


Donohue Brothers

No number, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in July 1951, #31114, as Sanford & Eastern 18.  It became Claremont & Concord 17 in May 1961 and sold as DB  no number in 1974.  It was sold as Andrew Merrilees Ltd D-1 in 1986 and sold as Canadian Steel Foundries no number in 1988.


Edaville Railroad

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Fore River RR

14, 65DE19A, was built by Whitcomb in June 1944, #60497, as United States Army 8491.  It was sold to S A Healy Construction and sold as South Buffalo Ry 45 in December 1947.  It was transferred as Conemaugh & Black Lick 52 in December 1950 and sold as FRRR 14 in May 1953.  It was sold to Marshall Equipment Co in November 1956 and sold as Canadian Car & Foundry TM4634 in December 1956.  It operated as 7 and later it was scrapped.

15, 70 Ton, was built by General Electric in 1951.

17, S6, was built by Alco in December 1956, #82285, as Southern Pacific 1083, Class DS-12.  It was renumbered 1250, Class AS409-4, in 1966 and sold to Chrome Crankshaft Co in February 1976.  It was sold as FRRR 17.

18, S4, was built by Alco in September 1950, #78239, as Delaware & Hudson 3045, Class DES-69.  It was reclassified Class S-10 in 1959 and sold as Portland Terminal Co 1062, Class DS-4d, in August 1967.  It was sold as FRRR 18 on July 23, 1981, and sold as Quincy Bay Terminal RR 18 in 1992.

7750, GP38, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1969, #35323, FN 7191-20, as Penn Central 7694, Class EF-20.  It later became Consolidated Railroad Corp 7694, Class GP-38 in April 1976 and became Norfolk Southern as PRR 2889.  It was sold to Juniata Terminal as JTCX 2889 and renumbered 7750.  It was sold as FRRR 7750.


Grafton & Upton RR

9, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in July 1946, #28497.

10, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in July 1946, #28498.  It was sold to West End Iron Works in 1971.

1001, S4, was built by Alco in June 1952, #79805.  It was scrapped in May 2008.

1500, F7A, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1952, #16592, as Bessemer & Lake Erie 720-A, Class W-4A2. It was later as United States Steel Corp as 720-A and became Toledo Peoria & Western 1500 in March 1992.  It was sold to Adirondack Scenic Ry as ADIX 1500 in 2005 and sold as G&U 1500 in 2011.

1800, GP7u, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1952, #17011, FN 5170-12, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 2784, Class 2650. It was rebuilt at Cleburne in August 1979 as 2167, Class 2050. In August 1990 it was sold to Railtex as North East Kansas & Missouri 2167 "Spirit of Hiawatha" and transferred to the 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 G&U 2167 and rebuilt as 1800 in December 2013.

1801, GP7u, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1952, #15798, as AT&SF 2698, Class 2650. It was rebuilt at Cleburne in October 1980 as 2210, Class 2050. It February 1990 it was sold to Railtex as NEK&M 2210 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..


Hingham Industrial Center

101, 50 Ton, was built by Porter in August 1942, #7396, as Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard 502.  It became United States Navy 65-00458 and sold as HIC 101.  It was sold as Virginia Central Ry 101 and renumbered 3.  It went to Roanoke Chapter National Ry Historical Society in 1984.


Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington RR

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32, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in October 1948, #29986, as Delaware Lackawanna & Western 51.  It became Erie Lackawanna 51, Class SD-3, in 1960 and sold as HT&W 32.  It was transferred as Claremont & Concord RR 32.  It was retired.


Lynn Sand & Gravel Co.

No number, 25 Ton, was built by General Electric in January 1947, #28617, as 2.  It had the number removed later.


Massachusetts Central RR

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Massachusetts Electric Co.

Worcester County Electric Co.

1 was built by H K Porter Co in September 1902, #2601, for National Steel Co.  It was sold to United States Army in 1917 and sold as Worcester Electric Co 1 in 1920.  It was merged as Worcester County Electric Co 1 in August 1937 and renamed as Massachusetts Electric Co 1 in January 1961.  It was sold to F Nelson Blount in July 1963 and donated to Steamtown in 1967.  It was sold to a private individual at Oaks, PA.

2, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in September 1950, #30803, as WCECo 2.   It was renamed as MECo 1 in January 1961 and sold to Alter Recycling Co with no number.


Monsanto Co.

1, 25 Ton, was built by General Electric in May 1956, #29237.


New England Milling Co.

10, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric.


Pioneer Valley RR

This is a Pinsley Railroad line.


Quaboag Transfer, Inc.

This gravel company operated out of Palmer.

1701, GP9, was built by Electro-Motive in November 1957, #24221, as Pennsylvania RR 7189, Class ES-17A.  It became Penn Central 7189, Class ERS-17, in 1968 and became Consolidated Railroad Corp 7189, Class GP-9, in April 1976.  It was traded in Electro-Motive.  It was sold as Providence & Worcester 1701 in 1982 and sold as QT 1701 in 1984.

3606, RS11, was built by Alco in September 1956, #81940, as Duluth Winnipeg & Pacific 3606, Class MR-18A. It went to Central Vermont as 3606, Class MR-18A, in March 1983, and to QT in October 1985. It was sold to Winchester & Western on October 1988 and became Wimpey Materials Co 360 in March 1991.

3611, RS11, was built by Alco in September 1956, #82028, as DW&P 3611, Class MR-18A. It went to CV as 3611, Class MR-18A, in January 1965. It was returned to DW&P in 1968 and later went back to CV. It was sold to QT in November 1985 and to W&W in October 1988.  It was sold as Miller Milling Co 3611 in 1996.

7803, GP38, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1969, #35432, FN 7191-129, as Penn Central 7803, Class EF-20.  It became Consolidated Railroad Corp 7803, Class GP-38, in April 1976 and was later sold to QT as 7803.  It was then sold to Buffalo & Pittsburgh as 7803.

7822, GP38, was built by Electro-Motive in November 1969, 35451, FN 7202-8, as PC 7822, Class EF-20.  It became Conrail 7822, Class GP-38, in April 1976 and was later sold to QT as 7822.It was then sold to BPRR as 7822.


Quincy Bay Terminal RR

18, S4, was built by Alco in September 1950, #78239, as Delaware & Hudson 3045, Class DES-69.  It was reclassified Class S-10 in 1959 and sold as Portland Terminal Co 1062, Class DS-4d, in August 1967.  It was sold as Fore River RR 18 on July 23, 1981, and sold as Quincy Bay Terminal RR 18 in 1992.

19, S4, was built by Alco in September 1950, #78032, as D&H 3036, Class DES-69. It was changed to Class S-10 in 1959, and sold to Green Mountain RR as 303, Class DS-4A, on March 11, 1966. It was sold to Chrome Crankshaft in March 1984 and then to New England Southern 303 in 1984. It then was transferred to QBT as 19 in 1992. It was transferred as Claremont & Concord 104.


Union Freight Co.

1, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in June, 1946, #28490. It was sold to Consumers Co as 106-1 in December 1953 and later sold to Dolese & Shepard Co.

2, 44Ton, was built by General Electric at June 1946, #28491. It was sold in December 1953 as Consumers 106-2 was later sold to Vulcan Materials Co as 21611.

5, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric at June 1946, #28494. It was sold in December 1953 as Consumers 106-5. It later became Vulcan Materials 4687 and was retired by them in December, 1970. They sold it to Birmingham Rail & Locomotive where it became 113.


United Illuminating Co.

67, 50 Ton, was built by General Electric on March 19, 1957, #32855.  It was donated as Berkshire Scenic Ry 67 in 1986.


Whitin Machine Works

1, 23 Ton, was built by General Electric in August 1949, #30491, as 5.  It was renumbered 1 and sold as Edaville RR 1 in 1967.  It was sold as Maine Narrow Gauge RR 1 in 1993.

3, 23 Ton, was built by General Electric in May 1950, #30580.  It was sold to Steam Village RR in 1967 and sold to Koppers Co in 1975.  It was sold as Edaville RR 3 in 1980.  It was damaged enroute and never repaired.  It was sold for parts to MNGR in 1993.

4, 23 Ton, was built by General Electric in August 1949, #30490.  It became Edaville RR 2 in 1967.

3, 65 Ton, was built by General Electric in October 1943. #18090.  It was sold to General Crushed Stone Co in 1968 and painted with no lettering or number.

 

 

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