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608 was built in September 1952, #17345, FN 6416-2.  It was sold as Columbus & Greenville 608 "The City of West Point".

609 was built in September 1952, #17346, FN 6416-3. It was sold to XTRA as 609 and then to Iowa Northern as 609 in July 1981. In 1989 it became Kiamichi RR 707.

610 was built in September 1952, #17347, FN 6416-4. It was sold to XTRA as 610 and then to Iowa Northern as 610 in July 1981. It was later sold to Kiamichi RR as 704 and later became Chapparal RR 704. It was sold as LRS Cos 704 and resold as Cargill Inc 704.

612 was built in September 1952, #17349, FN 6416-6. It was sold to XTRA in January 1982. It was leased quickly to the North Central Texas as 612 "C. F. Tucker Courtney, Jr". In July, 1984, when the line quit operation, it was stored at the old Katy roundhouse in Fort Worth, which was being used by TG Ry for car rebuilding. When the roundhouse burned in mid 1986, the remains were sold to T G Ry and scrapped.

613 was built in September 1952, #17350, FN 6416-7. It was sold to Precision Engineering Co as 1506 in October 1974.

614 was built in September 1952, #17351, FN 6416-8. It was sold to Chicago South Shore & South Bend as 614 in June 1978 and later sold to Columbus & Greenville as 614.

616 was built in October 1952, #17353, FN 6416-10.  It was sold as PNC 1507.

619 was built in October 1952, #17356, FN 6416-13. It was sold to CAGY as 619 "The City of Indianola".

620 was built in October 1952, #17357, FN 6416-14. It was sold to XTRA as 620 and then to Farmrail Corp as 620 in November 1981. It was later sold to Kiamichi RR as 702.

 

 

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