10+ units total (5+ 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 ? 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 620 RP-M4C n/a In progress; new frame supplied by Curry Rail, long hood from CP unit new frame NS 621 RP-M4C n/a In progress; new frame supplied by Curry Rail 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) 7276, 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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