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Burlington Northern Railroad U25C #5603.
|Builder||GE Transportation Systems|
|Build date||September 1963 – December 1965|
|AAR wheel arr.||C-C|
|Gauge||4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm)|
|Prime mover||GE FDL-16|
|Power output||2,500 hp (1,860 kW)|
The U25C was General Electric's first six-axle road switcher intended for the United States domestic market. Launched in September 1963, it remained in production until December 1965. It was replaced by the U28C.
- Sarberenyi, Robert. U25C Original Owners
|Atlantic Coast Line Railroad||21||3000–3020||to Seaboard Coast Line Railroad 2100–2120; 19 to Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México|
|Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad||12||550–561||to Burlington Northern 5630–5641|
|Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railroad||2||2500–2501|
|Louisville and Nashville Railroad||18||1500–1517||1518–1525 ex Oro Dam|
|Northern Pacific Railway||30||2500–2529||to Burlington Northern 5600–5629|
|Oro Dam Project, California||10||8010–8019||8 later to Louisville and Nashville Railroad 1518–1525, other 2 wrecked|
|Pennsylvania Railroad||20||6500–6519||to Penn Central 6500–6519; to Conrail 6500–6519; renumbered 6800–6819|
- Marre, Louis A. (1995). Diesel Locomotives: The First 50 Years: A Guide to Diesels Built Before 1972. Railroad Reference Series (Book 10). Waukesha, WI, USA: Kalmbach Publishing. ISBN 0890242585.
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