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Lake Superior & Ishpeming

All-time Diesel Roster

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Updated: 10 March 2012 Photograph by: R. Craig
AAR Mark: LSI Roster compiled by: R. Craig
Road No. Bldr & Model Bldr No. Date Prior Owner Notes
1001 Alco RS1 79576 11/1951 - To Sabine River & Northern 1001 (101)
1002 Alco RS1 79577 12/1951 - To Calumet & Hecla 205 > CGCX 205 > Central Counties Co-Op 205 > Iowa RR Historical Soc. > Boone Scenic Valley 205
1003 Alco RS1 79578 12/1951 - To Calumet & Hecla 206 > CGCX 206
1501-1503 Alco RS2 76802-04 4/1949 - To Peabody Coal Co. 1501-03
1504-1505 Alco RS3 - - - Re-#d to LS&I 1604-05
1604-1605 Alco RS3 78301-02 9/1950 LS&I 1504-05 #1604 to MNNR 1 and #1605 to BCOL 559 > BCOL 40 5 BCR 405
1606-1607 Alco RS3 80478-79 5/1953 - #1606 to BCOL 560 > BCOL 404 > BCR 404
1608 Alco RS3 80737 5/54 - TO MNNR 1608
1609-1610 Alco RS3 81350, 81365 8,9/1955 - #1609 to LASCO 1609 > CGCX 207 > RLCX 1602 LVRC 7805
1611 Alco RS3 78264 9/50 Rock Island 466 -To Rail-to-Water Transfer 102 > AHMX #?
1800 Alco RSD12 - - - Re-#d to LS&I 1850
1801-02 Alco RSD12 81953-54 2/1957 - #1801 given a lo-nose by LS&I; sold to Nashville & Eastern 1801 > West Tenn. 1801
1803 Alco RSD12 83547 11/1959 - To Nashville & Eastern 1803 > West Tennessee 1803
1804 Alco RSD12 84293 4/1963 - -
1805-1807 Alco RSD12 - - - Re-#d to LS&I 1851-53
1850 Alco RSD12 81943 4/1956 LS&I 1800 Ex-B&O 2007 < C&O 2007 < C&O 6700; to N&E 1850 > West Tenn 1850
1851-1853 Alco RSD12 81944-46 4/1956 LS&I 1805-07 Ex-B&O 2008-10 < C&O 2008-10 < C&O 6701-03; to N&E 1851-53 > West Tenn. 1851-53
2300-2301 GE U23C 36706-07 3,4/1968 - #2300 to Arkansas RR Museum and #2301 to WAND 2301
2302 GE U23C 37138 9/1969 - -
2303-2304 GE U23C 37572-73 9/1970 - -
2400 Alco RSD15 81764, 83466 5/1959 ATSF 9802 Ex-ATSF 802; to FRVR 2400 > GB&W 2400 > WC 2400
2401-2402 Alco RSD15 - - Re-#d LS& I 2406-07
2403 Alco RSD15 83054 6/60 ATSF 9844 Ex-ATSF 844; to FRVR 2403 > GB&W 2403 > WC 2403
2404-2405 Alco RSD15 83469, 83574 6/59, 5/60 ATSF 9810, 9338 Ex-ATSF 810, 838; to FRVR 2404-05 > GB&W 2404-05 > WC 2404-05
2406-2407 Alco RSD15 83466, 83577 5/59, 6/60 LSI 2401-02 Ex-ATSF 9807, 9841 < ATSF 807, 841; to FRVR 2406-07 > GB&W 2406-07 > WC 2407-07 > #2407 to Ill. Rwy Museum (as GBW 2407)
2500-2501 GE U25C 35062-63 5,7/1964 - -
3000-3001 GE U30C 39718, 721, 725 4/74 BN 5828, 5830 -
3002-3003 GE U30C 39725, 39730 5/74 BN 5825, 5929 -
3004-3005 GE U30C 39715, 39714 4/74 BN 5825, 5929 -
3006-3007 GE U30C 39720, 39722 4/74 BN 5932-33 -
3008 GE U30C 39729 5/74 BN 5832
3009 GE U30C 40390 5/75 BN 5300 (2nd)
3010-3011 GE U30C 40395, 43640 5,6/75 BN 5305 (2nd), 5808
3012-3016 GE U30C 40737-41 7/1975 DEEX #018-022 -
3050-3051 GE U30C 39719, 39716 1974 BN 5927, 590 -
3052-3053 GE U30C 39728, 39732 1974 BN 5936, 5938 -
3071-3072 GE C30-7 41541, 41550 1978? BNSF 5518, 5527 Ex-BN 5518, 5527
3073-3074 GE C30-7 41552, 41595 1978? BNSF 5529, 5531 Ex-BN 5529, 5531
* * * * CEFX Leased GE Power * * * *
1001 AC4400CW 53458/td> 11/04 -- --
1003-5 AC4400CW 53460-62 11/04 -- --
1012-13, 1015 AC4400CW 53469-72 11,12/04 -- --
1022 AC4400CW 53479 12/04 -- --

NOTES:

3001: Ex-BN 5828     3007: Ex-BN 5933
3002: Ex-BN 5830     3008: Ex-BN 5832
3003: Ex-BN 5936     3009: Ex-BN 5833
3004: Ex-BN 5825     3010: Ex-BN #?
3005: Ex-BN 5929     3011: Ex-BN #?
3006: Ex-BN 5932

3050: Ex-BN 5827     3071: Ex-BN 5018
3051: Ex-BN 5930     3072: Ex-BN 5027
3052: Ex-BN 5936     3073: Ex-BN 5029
3053: Ex-BN 5938     3074: Ex-BN 5031

The following Detroit Edison U30C's were acquired, most used for parts supply: 007, 018-0222.

The 3003, 3009, 3074, 3072 have been completely repainted in the "new" 
paint scheme with large numbers on the side of the hood like BN and the 
LS&I herald under the cab window.  The paint scheme is nearly indentical to 
the BN since the new shade of green appears to match the BN color whereas 
in the old "touch-up" scheme the green didn't match very well. (Robert Oom)

Additional information/updates provided by: Robert C. Anderson, Martin Baumann, Robert Oom and Bob Van Derveer

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