Minneapolis & St Louis EMC NW1 Roster
|1st No.||2nd No.||3rd No.||4th No.||Bldr||Date||Order||Phase|
|M&StL D-538||M&StL 90||MT&W 90||788||6/38||E203||I|
|M&StL D738||M&StL 91||C&NW 90||C&NW BU-6||829||8/38||E210||I|
- National Railroad Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin – ex M&StL D-538, restored to original appearance
- Chicago & North Western 91 – ex M&StL 91
- Marinette Tomahawk & Western 90 – ex M&StL 90
- M&StL D-538 > renumbered Minneapolis & St Louis 90, March, 1956 > to Marinette Tomahawk & Western 90, September, 1957 > to National Railroad Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin, August, 1973, restored as Minneapolis & St Louis D-538
- M&StL D-738 > renumbered Minneapolis & St Louis 91, March, 1956 > to Chicago & North Western 91 in the November, 1960, merger > rebuilt as Chicago & North Western slug BU6 in May, 1963 > retired May, 1980 > to Kansas City Southern 4078
- 1957 – M&StL 90
- Don Dover and Dan Dover, “Winton Switchers, Extra 2200 South, July/August/September, 1971, pgs 27-29.
- Utah Rails – Builder List of EMD and EMC Winton and 567-powered switchers.
- “Minneapolis & St Louis: The Peoria Gateway,” Extra 2200 South, Issue 99 (April/May/June 1993), pgs 19-27
- Paul K. Withers and Don Strack, Diesels of the Chicago & North Western, Withers Publishing, 1995, pg 49, 288