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52, RS2, was built in May 1949, #76823, as Chicago Great Western 52, Class D-5. It became C&NW 52 in 1968 and was retired on January 22, 1977.  It was sold as Nucor Steel Corp 52.

53, RS2, was built in August 1949, #77185, as CGW 53, Class D-5. It became C&NW 53 in 1968 and was retired July 1, 1977. Disposition is unknown.

54, RS2, was built in August 1949, #77186, as CGW 54, Class D-5. It became C&NW 54 and was retired on February 17, 1981. It was sold by Precision National Corp.

57, RS2 was built in August 1949, #77189, as CGW 57, Class D-5. It became C&NW 57 and was retired on April 17, 1973. Disposition is unknown.

166, RS3, was built in July 1953, #80520, as Chicago St Paul Minneapolis & Omaha 166. Later C&NW 166 in 1957 it was retired on March 3, 1978. It was sold to Erie Western RR as 1603 in June 1978 and it was resold to Prairie Trunk RR 1603. It later was sold by Azcon for probable scrap.

401, C425, was built in December 1966, #3468-03. It was renumbered 4255 in 1982. It was retired on August 27, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive. It was scrapped by St. Louis Auto Shredding.

402, C425, was built in December 1966, #3468-02. It was renumbered 4256 in 1982. It was retired on August 27, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive. It was scrapped by St. Louis Auto Shredding.

403, C425, was built in December 1966, #3468-03. It was renumbered 4257 in 1982. It was retired on August 27, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive. It was scrapped by St. Louis Auto Shredding.

404, C425, was built in December 1966, #3468-04. It was renumbered 4258 in 1982. It was retired on August 27, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive. It was scrapped by St. Louis Auto Shredding.

900, RS27, was built in March 1962, #83601.  It was traded back to Alco on February 10, 1966, and became Alco Products 900, a lease unit.  It was sold to Precision National Corp as 900 in May 1969 and then to Peabody Coal Co 900 in November 1974.

901, RS27, was built in March 1962, #83602.  It was traded back to Alco on February 10, 1966, and became Alco Products 901, a lease unit. It was leased to Canadian Pacific as 2998 and was returned to Alco as 901. It was sold to Precision National Corp as 901 in May 1969 and then to Green Bay & Western on May 11, 1976, as 318.  It became Wisconsin Central Ltd  318 in 1993 and was sold as Minnesota Commercial 318 in 1994.

903, RS27, was built in March 1962, #83604.  It was traded back to Alco on February 10, 1966, and became Alco Products 903, a lease unit. It was sold to GB&W as 316 in October 1968 and became WCLtd 316 in 1993.  It was sold as Minnesota Commercial 316 in 1994.

904, RS36, was built in August 1962, #84223.  It was renumbered 405 in 1966 and renumbered 4259 in 1982.  It was retired on July 15, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August 1986.  It was scrapped by St Louis Auto Shredding.

1515, RSD4, was built in March 1951, #78214.  It was sold to Precision National on February 17, 1981.

1516, RSD4, was built in March 1951, #78215.  It was sold to Precision National on February 17, 1981.

1517, RSD4, was built in April 1951, #78216. It was sold to Precision National on February 17, 1981.

1551, RS3. was built in August 1951, #78940.  It was retired on March 14, 1978, and sold as Erie Western 1601 in June 1978.

1st 1553, RS3. was built in August 1951, #78943.  It was retired in August 1962 and traded in to Alco.

2nd 1553, RS3, was built in May 1953, #80280, as Litchfield & Madison 302. It became C&NW 302 in 1958 and 1553 in December 1971. It was retired on March 14, 1978, and sold as EW 1602 in June 1978.

1555, RS3, was built in August 1951, #79056. It burned on July 4, 1975, was retired on July 9, 1975, and was scrapped at Oelwein in August 1975.

1613, RS3, was built in July 1952, #80131.  It was rebuilt as RS11 March 1960 and renumbered 4250 on May 14, 1981.  It was retired on August 9, 1981.

1617, RS3, was built in July 1952, #80135. It was retired on July 26, 1977, and sold to Michigan Northern Ry as 1617 in October 1977.  It was derelict in March 1981.

1619, RSD4, was built in August 1952, #80445. It was retired November 26, 1979, and scrapped at Huron, SD.

1624, RS3, was built in July 1953, #80518. It was retired December 9, 1980, and scrapped at Huron, SD.

1665, RSD5, was built in September 1953, #80780. It was retired July 25, 1977, and scrapped at Huron, SD, in June 1978.

1685, RSD5, was built in March 1954, #80860. It was retired February 17, 1981, and was sold by Precision National. It was then sold by B&K Engineering..

1686, RSD5, was built in April 1954, #80863. It was retired February 17, 1981, and was sold by Precision National. It was then sold by B&K.

1688, RSD5, was built in April 1954, #80865.  It was retired February 17, 1981, and was sold by Precision National. It was then sold by B&K.

1689, RSD5, was built in April 1954, #80861.  It was sold on March 1, 1981, to Precision National Corp and resold to B&K.  It was then leased as Chicago Madison & Northern 1689 and then as Central Wisconsin RR 1689,  It was then leased as Western Maryland Scenic RR 1689 and returned as B&K 1689,

4240, RS32, was built in June 1962, #84184, as New York Central 8041, Class DRS-12b. It was renumbered 2041, Class AF-20, and became Penn Central 2041, Class AF-20, in 1968. In April 1976 it became Consolidated Railroad Corp 2041, Class DL-721. It was traded in to General Electric, who sold it to Diesel Supply Co. In October 1979 it was sold to C&NW and became 4240 on November 12, 1979. It was retired on July 18, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August. It was scrapped at St Louis Auto Shredding.

4241, RS32, was built in June 1962, #84038, as NYC 8038, Class DRS-12b.  It was renumbered 2038, Class AF-20, and became PC 2038, Class AF-20, in 1968.  In April 1976 it became Conrail 2038, Class DL-721.  It was traded in to General Electric, who sold it to Diesel Supply Co.  In October 1970 it was sold to C&NW and became 4241 on November 12, 1979.  It was retired on July 15, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August. It was scrapped at St Louis Auto Shredding.

4242, RS32, was built in June 1961, #83985, as NYC 8024, Class DRS-12a.  It was renumbered 2024, Class AF-20, and became PC 2024, Class AF-20, in 1968.  In April 1976 it became Conrail 2024, Class DL-721.  It was traded in to General Electric, who sold it to Diesel Supply Co.  In October 1979 it was sold to C&NW and became 4242 on November 12, 1979.  It was retired on July 15, 1986, and traded in Electro-Motive in August.  It was scrapped at St Louis Auto Shredding.

4243, RS32, was built in June 1961, #83983, as NYC 8022, Class DRS-12a.  It was renumbered 2022, Class AF-20, and became PC 2022, Class AF-20, in 1968.  In April 1976 it became Conrail 2022, Class DL-721.  It was traded in to General Electric, who sold it to Diesel Supply Co.  In October 1979 it was sold to C&NW and became 4243 on November 18, 1979.  It was retired on July 28, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August.  It was scrapped at St Louis Auto Shredding.

4245, RS32, was built in June 1962, #84187, as NYC 8044, Class DRS-12b. It was renumbered 2044, Class AF-20, and became PC 2044, Class AF-20, in 1968. In April 1976 it became Conrail 2044, Class DL-721. It was traded in to General Electric, who sold it to Diesel Supply Co. In October 1979 it was sold to C&NW and became 4245 on December 14, 1979. It was retired on July 18, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August. It was scrapped at St Louis Auto Shredding.

4246, RS32, was built in June 1961, #83995, as NYC 8034, Class DRS-12a. It was renumbered 2034, Class AF-20, and became PC 2034, Class AF-20, in 1968. In April 1976 it became Conrail 2034, Class DL-721. It was traded in to General Electric, who sold it to Diesel Supply Co. In October 1979 it was sold to C&NW and became 4246 on December 14, 1979. It was retired on July 18, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August. It was scrapped at St Louis Auto Shredding.

4247, RS32, was built in June 1961, #83982, as NYC 8021, Class DRS-12a.  It was renumbered 2021, Class AF-20, and became PC 2021, Class AF-20, in 1968.  In April 1976 it became Conrail 2021, Class DF-721.  It was traded in to General Electric, who sold it to Diesel Supply Co.  In October 1979 it was sold to C&NW and became 4247 on December 31, 1979.  It was retired on July 15, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August.  It was scrapped at St Louis Auto Shredding.

4248, RS32, was built in June 1962, #84185, as NYC 8042, Class DRS-12b.  It was renumbered 2042, Class AF-20, and became PC 2042, Class AF-20, in 1968.  In April 1976 it became Conrail 2042, Class DL-721.  It was traded in to General Electric, who sold it to Diesel Supply Co.  In October 1979 it was sold to C&NW and became 4248 on December 7, 1979.  It was retired on July 15, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August.  It was scrapped at St Louis Auto Shredding.

4249, RS32, was built in June 1961, #83984, as NYC 8023, Class DRS-12a.  It was renumbered 2023, Class AF-20, and became PC 2023, Class AF-20, in 1968.  In April 1976 it became Conrail 2023, Class DL-721.  It was traded in to General Electric, who sold it to Diesel Supply Co.  In October 1979 it was sold to C&NW and became 4249 on December 31, 1979.  It was retired on July 15, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August.  It was scrapped at St Louis Auto Shredding.

4251, RS11, was built in March 1956, #81484, as Carolina & Northwestern 11.  It was traded in to General Electric in October 1973 and sold as C&NW 4651 on December 22, 1973.  It was renumbered 4251 in 1974 and retired August 9, 1983.  Disposition is not known.

6708, C628, was built in October 1965, #3429-08, as Norfolk & Western 1107.  It was sold as C&NW 6708 on June 29, 1973, and retired on October 2, 1990.  It was sold to Pielet Brothers Iron & Scrap Metal in 1990.

6714, C628, was built in April 1966, #3455-4, as N&W 1112.  It was sold as C&NW 6714 on June 29, 1973, and retired on October 2, 1990.  It was sold to Pielet Brothers Iron & Scrap Metal and scrapped in September 1991.

6715, C628, was built in April 1966, #3455-05, as N&W 1114.  It was sold as C&NW 6715 on June 29, 1973, and retired on April 12, 1990.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment Co in April 1990.

6721, C628, was built in May 1966, #3455-11, as N&W 1120.  It was sold as C&NW 6721 on June 29, 1973, and retired on October 2, 1990.  It was sold for scrap to Pielet Brothers Iron & Scrap Metal in 1990.

6723, C628, was built in April 1966, #3455-13, as N&W 1122.  It was sold as C&NW 6723 on June 29, 1973, and retired on October 2, 1990.  It was sold for scrap to Pielet Brothers Iron & Scrap Metal in 1990.

 

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