1974 Ann Arbor Railroad roster

Roster is based on data from AA's chief mechanical officer

Road Nunber HP Builder Builder's Model Tractive Effort Weight Date Notes
1 386 Whitcomb 44 ton 25,700 85,600 1941 1
2 - 3 660 Alco-GE S1 49,400 198,000 1944 2
4 - 7 660 Alco-GE S3 49,400 197,750 1950 2
10 660 Alco-GE S3 49,050 196,210 1952 3
20 - 21 1000 Alco-GE RS-1 60,000 240,230 1950  
50 - 53, 50A - 52A 1600 Alco-GE FA-2 71,640 243,270 1950 4
54 - 56, 53A - 56A 1600 Alco-GE FA-2 71,460 234,270 1950 4
385 - 394 2500 GM - EMD GP35 64,300 257,500 1964  4,5

1974 Roster Notes

1. AA 1 was sold to Dundee Cement (10/85), renumbered 951901

2. AA 2-4 were sold to GM-EMD in trade for new power (3/70). AA 5 was sold to George R. Silcott, then to Relco Equipment (7/69), then to General American Tank Car, renumbered 46707

3. M&LS 1 was sold to the AA, renumbered 10 (12/68)

4. AA 52A, 55A, 50A, 55 were sold to the Wabash (1963), renumbered 820-823, and leased to the New Jersey, Indiana & Illinois. They were traded to Alco Products (9/65) for new power. AA 50-54, 56, 51A, 53A, 54A, 56A were traded to GM-EMD for 385-394 (1964). Wabash 601, 614, 620, 713 were sold to the AA and traded to GM-EMD for GP35's 385-394

5. AA 385, 388, 390-392, 394 have engines converted to 645-type.