Georgia Central Railway

Locomotives
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RR Affiliation: GWI Allan Williams, Jr. photo at Lyons, GA 7 Jan. 2015
Revised: 6 March 2021 Roster by: Greg Wiltsie
Road No. Model & Date Bldr Nmbr Notes
452 SD45R (11/69, 9/66) 35209, 32015 Assigned to GCR; ex-HATX 452 < HATX 7561 < SP 7561(2nd) < nee SP 8824
457 SD45R (4/67) 32818 Assigned to GCR; ex-HATX 457 < HATX 7566 < SP 7566(2nd) < nee SP 8904
462 SD45R (2/67) 32776 Reblt; ex-IMRR 462 < HATX 462 < PNWR 3601 < HATX 922 < SP 7499 < nee SP 8862
522 B32-8 (10/89) 46117 Ex-NS 3522
532 B32-8 (10/89) 46127 Ex-NS 3532
536 & 537 B32-8 (10/89) 46131 Ex-NS 3536 & 3537
542 & 546 B32-8 (11/89) 46151 & 46161 Ex-NS 3542 & 3546
556 & 557 B32-8 (12/89) 46137 & 46141 Ex-NS 3556 & 3566
1706 GP10 - 10/59 EMD 24296 Being repaired; ex-Ohio Central 7585 < PC 7244 < PRR 7244
RLIX 1761 GP16 (5/50) EMD 11129 Wears G&W colors; ex-RLIX 1761 < CSX 1761 < SBD 4715 < SCL 4715/789 < nee ACL GP7 104
2069 GP38-2 (6/69) EMD 35258 Ex-Sou 2778; rebuilt with lo nose
2113 GP38-2 (2/66) EMD 31474 Ex-LLPX 2259 < IC 3119 < ICG 3006 < nee IC GP40 3006
2114 & 2115 GP38-2 (11/79) EMD 786271-9 & 11 Ex-GMTX 2308 & 2310 < UP 373 & 375 < nee C&NW 4608 & 4610
2116 GP38-2 (12/79) EMD 797303-6 Ex-GMTX 2317 < UP 396 < nee C&NW 4631
2137 & 2138 GP38-2 (3/72) EMD 7362-19 & 22 Ex-NS 5028 & 5031
2139 GP38-2 (3/72) EMD 73752-27 Ex-NS 5134
2140 GP38-2 (8/75) EMD 75614-9 Ex-NS 5171
2148 GP38-2 (6/75) EMD 75623-1 Ex-BayL 10 < nee A&SAB 510
?? GP38-2 (1/70) EMD 36031 Recent acquisition; ex-FURX 5568 < NS 5568 < nee Sou 2783
Retirements & Dispositions

U30B Retirements:

  • 1001 - 1004 are ex-CSX 5305, 5320, 5325 & 5332
  • 1004 (2nd) - loco is ex-CSX 3261
  • 1005, 1007 & 1007(2nd) are ex-CSX 5341, 5349 & GVT 901
  • 1008 - 1011 are ex-CSX 5350, 5351, 5358 & #?
U33B Retirements:
  • 1012 - 1014 are ex-CSX 5609, 5614 & 5621,
  • 1015 & 1016 are ex-CSX 5627 & 5628
Alco Slug Retirements:
  • 1005:2 - was ex-Ohio Central 1005 < CR Slug 1005 < nee NYC RS11 8007<
  • (1006:2) - was transferred to Golden Isles; ex-Ohio Central 1006 < CR Slug 1006 < nee RS11 PRR 8625
GP7/9/9R Transfers:
  • 1713 - Assigned to HOG; ex-GCR 6046 < RSM 6046 < GTW 6046 < D&TSL 76 < nee DTSL 46
  • 1714 Went to MNA; ex-Maryland Midland 201 < ex-N&W 794
  • 1800 - Assigned to HOG; ex-GCR 1800 < PRLX 4627 < GTW GP9R 4627 < GTW 4906 < nee GTW GP9 1781
GP20 Lease Returns:
  • 2092 - Assigned to I&M; ex-AZER 2170 < Kyle 2170 < BN 2015 < nee GN 2015
  • 2093 - Assigned to I&M; ex-AZER 2171 < Kyle 2171 < BN 2023 < nee GN 2023
GP30 Lease Returns:
  • LTEX 2413 - Assigned to ??; ex-ATSF 2413 < ATSF 2713/3213 < nee ATSF 1213
  • LTEX 2435 - Assigned to ??; ex-ATSF 2435 < ATSF 2735/3235 < nee ATSF 1235
U23B Retirements:
  • 3905 - Sold to SARM dinner train; ex-NS 3910 < nee SOU 3910
  • 3907 & 3909 are ex-NS 3907 & 3909 < nee SOU 3907 & 3909
  • 3910 - Scrapped; ex-NS 3910 < nee SOU 3910
  • 3911-12 & 3917-19 are ex-NS 3911-12 & 3917-19 < nee SOU 3911-12 & 3917-19
  • 3928 .. 33, 37, 38, 46 & 47 are ex-NS 3928 .. 33, 37, 38, 46 & 47 < nee SOU 3928, 3933, 3937, 3938, 3946 & 3947
  • 3950 .. 56, 57, 59, 65 & 68 are ex-NS 3950 .. 56, 59, 65 & 68 < nee SOU 3950, 3956, 3959 & 3968
Other Retirements:
  • 3602 & 3614 are ex-CV GP18s (same #s)
  • 4929 is ex-GTW GP9 (same #)
  • 5605 & 5614 are ex-CSX (same #s)
  • 6049 - Scrapped; ex-GTW 6049 < nee DTSL 49; sold to RLGN 1756 > RLHH 1756
  • 7011 is ex-GTW SW9 (same #)

Abbreviations:

  • BN - Burlington
  • BP - Buffalo & Pittsburgh
  • CV - Central Vermont
  • D&TSL - Detroit & Toledo Shore Line
  • GTW - Grand Trunk Western
  • I&M - Iowa & Middleton
  • NP - Northern Pacific
  • PRLX - Progress Rail Leasing
  • RI/CRIP - Rock Island
  • NS - Norfolk Southern
  • RLGN - Rail Link
  • RLHH - Rail Link
  • SAL - Seaboard Air Line
  • SBD - Seaboard
  • SOU - Southern Railway

Additional information/updates provided by: Blane Brandenburg, Martin Baumann, Maurice Boggs, Mike Derrick, John Komanesky, Michael Richmond, R. Craig and Hawkins Rail website.

New: 9 May 2008

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