11+ units total (6+ built new)
Rebuilt From Rebuilt As Rbld Frame No. Notes NS 7028 GP50 NS 610 RP-M4C 5/13 NS 7014 GP50 NS 611 RP-M4C 5/13 NS 7076 GP50 NS 612 RP-M4C 6/13 NS 7039 GP50 NS 613 RP-M4C 9/13 NS 7003 GP50 NS 614 RP-M4C 6/14 new frame NS 615 RP-M4C 5/14 n/a Built on new frame supplied by Curry Rail; GP50 hood new frame NS 616 RP-M4C 8/14 n/a Built on new frame supplied by Curry Rail; GP50 hood new frame NS 617 RP-M4C 8/14 n/a Built on new frame supplied by Curry Rail, long hood from FURX (BN) 7273 new frame NS 618 RP-M4C 11/14 n/a Built on new frame supplied by Curry Rail new frame NS 619 RP-M4C 10/14 n/a Built on new frame supplied by Curry Rail, long hood from ? new frame NS 620 RP-M4C 2/15 n/a Built on new frame supplied by Curry Rail, long hood from CP unit Former numbers for units not yet frame checked and especially for those not completed are always 'suspect' and are listed for entertainment only. new frame NS 621 RP-M4C n/a In progress; new frame supplied by Curry Rail, long hood from CP unit new frame NS 645 RP-M4C n/a In progress for Chicago GP33ECO 1 of 3; new frame supplied by Curry Rail new frame NS 648 RP-M4C n/a In progress 1/15 for Atlanta GP33ECO 1 of 10; new frame supplied by Curry Rail Long hoods from the following units are on hand for the slugs being built on new frames: FURX (BN) 7220 (moved into the shop 7/14), FURX (BN) 7258, FURX (BN) 7267, CP 5853, CP 5984, CP 6001, CP 6002 , and CP 6022. Work Done: - Complete conversion to new slug with EM2000 microprocessor - New Admiral cab installed with cab signals, LSL, CCB26 electronic air brake, and remote control - Original long hood retained (where applicable) - Dynamic brake equipped - Approximately 25 yards of concrete added for ballast - Switched to short hood forward (where applicable) Notes: - These are road slugs with cabs and full height long hoods setup to operate with the GP59E and GP33ECO masters
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