All-Time Diesel Roster
|Revised: 24 Dec. 2013||Photograph by:|
|AAR Mark: INRD||Data by: R. Craig|
|Road No.||Model||Bldr & Date||Bldr Nmbr||Notes|
|101||GP7||EMD - 3/1951||13351||Ex-CF&I 101; the unit was repainted and renumbered 200 for the Bi-Centennial in 1975. 200 eventually was chop nosed, and repainted in phase 2 paint scheme, the one premiered by the GP38-2s. She was sold to the Sidney & Lowe (NE) where she was still around, although inactive, in 2010.|
|102||GP7||EMD - 3/1951||13352||Ex-CF&I 102; loco was chop nosed, may have gotten phase 2 paint, but is definitely phase three paint. She was donated to the Pueblo Railroad Museum, who re-created the Bi-Cent paint scheme on her.|
|103||GP7||EMD - 12/1951||15746||Unit lacks MU capability. Chop nosed. May have gotten phase 2 paint, but is definitely now in phase 3 paint. Donated to PRRM.|
|104||GP7||EMD - 12/1951||15747||the 104 lacks Dynamic Brakes. Chop nosed. May have gotten phase 2 paint, but is definitely now in phase 3 paint. Donated to PRRM.|
|201 - 209||SW8||EMD - 12/51||15737-15745||201-208 started in phase one paint and most if not all got phase 2 paint and now phase three. #203 and some others were sold.|
|210 - 212||SW8||EMD - 3/1952||15940-15942||-#210 was sold|
|214||SW900||EMD - 5/1957||23537||214 was sold to ASARCO in Amarillo, TX in the late 70s, maybe early 80s.|
|1104||S2||Alco - 3/1944||70196||Ex-Denver & Rio Grande Western 116; scrapped in the late 70s.|
|1105||S2||Alco - 9/1943||70183||Ex-Denver & Rio Grande Western 109; scrapped in the late 70s.|
|1106||VO1000||BLW - 7/1942||64413||Ex-US Army 7454; scrapped in the 70s. (See Note 1)|
|1107 - 1108||VO1000||BLW - 9/1943||69654-69655||1107-8 sold and spent time on the Great Plains RR (See Note 1)|
|1109||VO1000||BLW - 12/43||70116||Sold and spent time on the Great Plains RR (See Note 1)|
|2001-2002||GP38-2||EMD - 11/1973||73632-1 & 2||2001 and 2002 were sold to a leasing company, who leased them to the BN and later CORP, who had them as their 3818 and 3819 until about 2/2011.|
Colorado & Wyoming was a subsidiary of Colorado Fuel & Iron until 1993 when sold to Oregon Steel Mills. Some
units were lettered as CF&I.
Paint Scheme Notes:
Note 1: The Great Plains purchased Nos. 1106, 1107 and 1109 from C&W in 1974. The 1108 had been scrapped prior to that time but Great Plains did get some parts from it, such as a pair of trucks. After the Great Plains shut down, the three were sold to the L.B. Foster Co. in 1975, along with all other assets. Foster resold them to Parker Brothers & Co., a Texas sand and gravel company. The 1107 was used on Parker's Western Rail Road at New Braunfels, Texas, and is now at the Museum of the American Railroad in Dallas. The fate of the 1106 and 1109 is unknown, but they are presumed scrapped. The 1109 had developed mechanical problems before leaving, as I recall. In fact, all had mechanical issues, and they leased a couple of UP GP9s for awhile, but they got the 1107 running again in time for the finale in April 1975. Great Plains did not repaint them, instead applying a long piece of white adhesive-backed paper with "Great Plains Railway" in red on the side of the hood. (Michael Bartels)
Thanks goes to Robert R. Harmen, DDS for a major roster expansion and update.
Source: X2200 South Locomotive Newsletter and American Shortline Guide by Edward A. Lewis.