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1312 was built in May 1957, #22798, FN 5506-1 .  It was rebuilt by Silvis as 4479 on January 31, 1977.  It went to Precision National Corp in April 1980 and sold to Chicago & North Western in February 1981. It was in service as 4550 on August 1, 1981.

1315 was built in May 1957, #22801, FN 5506-4.  It was rebuilt at Silvis on June 3, 1977, as 4485 "Manly Centennial" and went to Precision National Corp in April 1980.  It was sold to C&NW in February 1981 and went in service as 4556 on April 29, 1981.  It was sold as Hartwell Ry 4556.

1316 was built in May 1957, #22802, FN 5506-5. It was rebuilt by Morrison-Knudsen as 4488 on June 20, 1977. It went to Precision National Corp in April 1980 and sold to C&NW in February 1981. It was in service as 4559 on April 2, 1981, and sold to Helm Leasing in 1996.

1317 was built in May 1957, #22803, FN 5506-6.  It was rebuilt at Silvis as 4483 "Wayne Hummer" on March 22, 1977.  It went to Precision National Corp in April 1980 and sold to C&NW in February 1981.  It went in service as 4554 on May 6, 1981.

1318 was built in May 1957, #22804, FN 5506-7.  It was rebuilt at Silvis as 4484 on May 27, 1977.  It went to Precision National Corp in April 1980 and sold to C&NW in February 1981.  It went in service as 4555 on June 10, 1981, and retired on October 27, 1989.  It was sold to Livingston Rebuild Center in December 1989 and rebuilt as Montana Rail Link 128.

1320 was built in May 1957, #22806, FN 5506-9. It was rebuilt by Morrison Knudsen on March 14, 1977, as 4482. It was went to Precision National in April 1980 and sold to C&NW in February 1981.  It went in service as 4553 on May 6, 1981, and retired on July 18, 1996.  It was sold to Helm Leasing Corp in 1996 and sold to Archer-Daniels-Midland for ADM Transportation and lettered as ADMX 4553 in 2001.  It was assigned for ADM/CHS LLC.

1321 was built in May 1957, #23807, FN 5506-10.  It went to Chrome Locomotive Co in February 1981.

1322 was built in May 1957, #23643, FN 8047-1. It was rebuilt by Silvis as 4480 on February 15, 1977. It went to Precision National Corp in April 1980 and sold to C&NW in February 1981. It was in service as 4551 on April 27, 1981.

1323 was built in March 1959, #25213, FN 5599-1.  It was rebuilt at Silvis as 4490 on January 4, 1977.  It was sold as Wisconsin & Southern Ry 4492 in October 1981 and rebuilt in 1989.

1324 was built in March 1959, #25214, FN 5599-2.  It was rebuilt at Silvis as 4491 on January 13, 1977.  It went to Chrome Locomotive Co in February 1981 and sold as United States Sugar Corp 4491.  It was renumbered 1068.

1325 was built in March 1959, #25215, FN 5599-3.  It went to Chrome Locomotive Co in February 1981.

1327 was built in April 1959, #23217, FN 5599-5.  It went to Chrome Locomotive Co in February 1981.

1328 was built in April 1959, #25218, FN 5599-6.  It went to Chrome Locomotive Co in February 1981.

1329 was built in April 1959, #25219, FN 5599-7.  It was rebuilt by Electro-Motive in November 1960, #26348, and then at Silvis as 4493 on January 28, 1977.  It was sold as W&So 4491 in 1981,

1330 was built in April 1959, #25220, FN 5599-8.  It was rebuilt at Silvis as 4492 on January 14, 1977.  It was sold as W&So 4490 in August 1981.

1332 was built in April 1959, #25356, FN 5599-10. It went to Chrome Locomotive Co in February 1981.

 

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