Genesee & Wyoming

Diesel Fleet
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Roster by: John Komanesky Photograph by: Tom Trencansky
Revised: 4 June 2012 ARR Mark: GNWR
Road No. Bldr & date Model Notes
25 RS1 - 1/52 Alco 79580 To GNWR 40 > BCLR 1064 > GMRC 1064
30 RS1 - 6/55 Alco 81345 To GNWR 1976 Bicentinennial > GNWR 30 > CCR 30 > CNZR 30
35 S4 - 6/59 Alco 82008 To OMID 35
36 S4 - 11/53 Alco 80941 Ex-PLE 8655; to GNWR 1776 Bicentennial > GNWR 36 > OMID 3
40 RS1 - 1/52 Alco 79580 Ex GNWR 25 < BCLR 1064 < GMRC 1064
42 RS1 - 11/48 Alco 76212 Ex New Haven 0670; to CCR 0670 > CNZR 00670 > AJ Belliveau Const. 0670
43 RS1 - 10/49 Alco 77174 Ex-Chicago & Western Indiana; to Jersey Central Terminal 43
44 RS1 - 2/50 Alco 77849 Ex-Chicago & Western Indiana 260; to Eastman Kodak 9
45 and 46 MP15DC 10,11/1980 EMD 796350-1,2 Acquired new; wear OLS logo
47 SW1500 12/1969 EMD 35293 Ex-HBT 50; to WPRR 1551 > PNWR 1551 > CWRY 1551
50 and 51 GP38 5/1970 EMD 36459, 36478 Ex-Conrail 7843 & 7862 < nee PC 7843(2nd) & 7863(2nd); to -- & BPRR 51 > ELS 401 & 400
61-63 C424 - 5,6,6/1963 Alco 84544, 548, 550 Ex-D&H 461, MEC 453 & D&H 463 < --, D&H 453, -- < CR 2476,2480 & 2408 < nee EL 2402, 2406 & 2408; to --, MNNR 62, MNNR 63
1000 - 1002 SW1001 - 11-12/1973 EMD 73623-5,17,23 Ex-Conrail 9405, 9417 & 9424 < nee Reading 2605, 2617 & 2623
1004 SW1001 EMD Ex-??
1250 SW1200 EMD Ex-??
1541-42, 1544 SW1504 - 7/1973 EMD 712708-09, 711 Ex-FCCM 8841, HLCX 1525, FCCM 8844 > FNM 8841, 8842 & 8844 > NdeM 8841, 8842 & 8844; to LRNW 1541, 1542 & 1544
1543 SW1504 - 8/1973 EMD 712715 Ex-FCCM 8848 < FNM 8848 < NdeM 8848
1776 S4 - 11/53 Alco 80941 Ex-Bicentennial < GNWR 36 < nee PLE 8655; > OMID 3
1976 RS1 - 5/55 Alco 81345 Ex-Bicentennial < GNWR 30; CCR 30 > CNZR 30
8846 & 8853 SW1504 - 7,8/1973 EMD 712713, 720 Ex-FCCM 8846 & 8853 < FNM 8846 & 8853 < NdeM 8846 & 8853
No # RS1 - 5/43 Alco 870813 Ex-NYSW 233(2nd)
Note: All units painted in GWI colors, excepted as noted.

Thanks also to the following contributor(s): Bob VAn Derveer and Greg Wiltsie

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