This link from the NH historical society may help with those FL9 questions..
kgjr1554 -AT- earthlink.net wrote:from: http://pc.smellycat.com/list/2006-01/msg00033.html
> A black GP9 7049 arrived at LTEX McDonald,Ohio.Unit has the red and white
> Penn Central worms logo.Frame number is 5408-50
Yep, that's the Geep that originally was at the museum in Wellsville,
WV, until it folded a few years ago. It was picked up (rescued from
scrapping) by the Ohio Central, and then traded to the Minerva Scenic
Railway. Recently, it was sold to LTEX. Apparently the locomotive is in
good condition, so it may end up being fixed up and sold or leased out.
The engine wears a "red P" paint scheme (which the original 7049 never
wore) and it has Conrail style numbers under the cab, but otherwise it
doesn't look too bad in its museum paint job.
PRRGuy wrote:BNSF 2000- NYC 3055you have BNSF 2028 listed twice!
BNSF 2003 - PC 3144
BNSF 2006 - PC 3105
BNSF 2007 - PC 3139
BNSF 2008 - PC 3167
BNSF 2009 - PC 3120
BNSF 2018 - PC 3115
BNSF 2019 - NYC 3038
BNSF 2028 - PC 7704
Update PRR 2257 - NOW BNSF 2028