DIESEL PASSENGER LOCOMOTIVES

INCLUDES STEAM LOCOMOTIVES STREAMLINED WITH SHROUDING

BALTIMORE & OHIO



No.            Model    Years Built

50             Box Cab  1935
51/51X-56/56X  EA/EB    1937-38
52             E6A      1940
57/57X-63/63X  E6AB     1940-41

1400-1406      F3A      1947
1407-1414      E6A      1940
1415-1432      E7A      1945
1433-1437      E8AM     1953
1438-1445      E8A      1950
1446-1453      E8A      1953
1454-1457      E9A      1955
2400-2406      F3B      1947
2407-2413      E6B      1940-41
2414-2419      E8BM     1953
3400-3406      GP7      1953
3407-3418      GP9      1955-56
5301-5304      4-6-2    1927-28  steam locomotives built by Baldwin/shrouded in 1947


With the first passenger diesel numbering scheme, the associated B-units had the letter "X" following the A-unit numbers. The pre WW II locomotives are shown as such. EA #52 was transferred to the Alton Route, affiliated at the time, and in 1953 was rebuilt into Gulf Mobile & Ohio E8AM #100A. And a new E6A assumed #52.

In 1953, all remaining EA's and EB's were rebuilt into E8AM's and E8BM's.

In 1957, the passenger locomotives were renumbered into the 1400's (B-units 2400's). These numbers are shown for all post WW II locomotives, along with the locomotives rebuilt in 1953. The E6's are listed under both numbering systems. E6A #52 would have been renumbered #1407, but was wrecked before renumbering.