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Chicago & North Western

Electro-Motive GP35 Locomotives

 

824 was built in February 1964, #28908, FN 7704-1. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

825 was built in February 1964, #28909, FN 7704-2. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

826 was built in March 1964, #28961, FN 7709-1. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

827 was built in April 1964, #28962, FN 7709-2. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

828 was built in April 1964, #28963, FN 7709-3. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

829 was built in March 1964, #28964, FN 7709-4. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

830 was built in March 1964, #28965, FN 7709-5. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

831 was built in March 1964, #28966, FN 7709-6. It was retired on December 12, 1988, and sold to Fox River Valley RR as 831 on January 12, 1989. It later became Wisconsin Central Ltd 831 and was rebuilt as 2556.  It was sold to Larry's Truck Equipment as LTEX 2556 in 2002 and sold as US Rail 355 in 2006. It was returned as LTEX 355.

832 was built in April 1964, #28967, FN 7709-7.  It was retired on December 12, 1988, and sold to FRVRR as 832 on January 12, 1989.  It later became WCLtd 832 and was rebuilt as 2557.  It was sold to Larry's Truck Equipment.

833 was built in April 1964, #28968, FN 7709-8. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

835 was built in April 1964, #28970, FN 7709-10. It was retired on July 28, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August 1986. It was scrapped by St Louis Auto Shredding.

836 was built in April 1964, #28971, FN 7709-11. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

837 was built in April 1964, #28972, FN 7709-12. It was retired on August 16, 1990, and sold to Dakota Missouri Valley & Western RR as 324 on August 27, 1990.  It was sold to Western Rail Inc as WRIX 324 in 2011 and sold to Webb Asset Management as WAMX 3534 in 2015.

838 was built in April 1964, #28973, FN 7709-13. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

839 was built in April 1964, #28974, FN 7709-14. It was retired on July 15, 1986, and traded into Electro-Motive in August 1986. It was scrapped by St Louis Auto Shredding Co.

840 was built in April 1964, #28975, FN 7709-15. It was retired on December 12, 1988. On January 12, 1989, it was sold to FRVRR as 840. It later became WCLtd 840 and then was rebuilt as 2558.  It was sold to Larry's Truck Equipment.

841 was built in April 1964, #28976, FN 7709-16. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

843 was built in April 1964, #28978, FN 7709-18. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

844 was built in February 1965, #29760, FN 7763-1. It was retired on July 15, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August 1986. It was scrapped at St Louis Auto Shredding.

845 was built in February 1965, #29761, FN 7763-2. It was retired on July 15, 1986, and traded in to Electro-Motive in August 1986. It was scrapped at St. Louis Auto Shredding.

846 was built in February 1965, #29762, FN 7763-3. It was retired on December 12, 1988, and sold to Fox River Valley RR for parts on January 12, 1989.

847 was built in February 1965, #29763, FN 7763-4. It was retired on November 26 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

848 was built in February 1965, #29764, FN 7763-5. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

850 was built in February 1965, #29766, FN 7763-7. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

852 was built in February 1965, #29768, FN 7763-9. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

854 was built in February 1965, #29770, FN 7763-11.  It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

855 was built in February 1965, #29771, FN 7763-12. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

856 was built in February 1965, #29772, FN 7763-13. It was retired on August 16, 1990, and sold as Dakota Missouri Valley & Western RR 856 on August 27, 1990.  It was sold as Full Circle AG 856

857 was built in February 1965, #29773, FN 7763-14. It was retired on July 15, 1986. It was traded in to Electro-Motive in August 1986 and scrapped by St Louis Auto Shredding.

861 was built in March 1965, #29777, FN 7763-18. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

862 was built in March 1965, #29778, FN 7763-19. It was retired on August 16, 1990, and sold to Dakota Missouri Valley & Western on August 27, 1990.  It was renumbered 325.

863 was built in March 1965, #29779, FN 7763-20. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

864 was built in March 1965, #30276, FN 7763-21. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

865 was built in March 1965, #30277, FN 7763-22. It was retired on November 26, 1991, and sold to National Ry Equipment Co.

866 was built in June 1965, #30625, FN 7823-1. It was retired on December 12, 1988, and sold to Fox River Valley RR for parts on January 12, 1989.

 

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