Railroads of Cape Cod & the Islands
Bridge Creek Construction
Cape Cod Central
Cape Cod Railroad
Cape Cod & Hyannis
The following is a roster of all motive power of the Cape Cod Central Railroad. Units which are still in service are highlighted in yellow. Special thanks to Dave Santos for compiling and organizing this information.
||Acquired by CCCRR
||Ex. New England Southern 303, Green Mountain 303, Delaware & Hudson 3036. Transferred to Quincy Bay Terminal mid-1997 after New England Southern interests were bought out. Arrived at Hyannis 5/28/99 for spare/yard power (then owner Jon Delli Priscolli also owned QBT). Departed Hyannis 3/2/00 after Cape Cod Central came under new ownership.
||Ex. CN 3522, 2522. Leased from NRE, delivered to QBT E. Braintree 2/10/99. Arrived in primer at Hyannis 5/99. After Cape Cod Central ownership change, departed 3/2/00.
||Ex. CN 3514, 2514. Leased from NRE, delivered directly from CN to QBT E. Braintree 1/28/99. Arrived in primer at Hyannis 5/99. After Cape Cod Central ownership change, departed 3/2/00.
||Ex. Providence & Worcester 120, Connecticut Central 1201, Shoreline Locomotives 6055, Amtrak 104, Penn Central RS3 5246, New York Central 8246. Repowered by Amtrak in 1984 with an EMD 12 cylinder prime mover.
||Ex. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay 501, South Central Florida Express 9011.
||Ex. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay 502, 511, South Central Florida Express 9012.
||Ex. Conrail 1607. Unit was loaned to Cape Cod Central after CSXT derailed and damaged the two GP7s enroute from Florida to Massachusetts, leaving CCCRR with only one locomotive (RS3m 1201) at the start of the season. Shortly after it was sent to the Cape, CSXT sold/traded this unit along with 11 other GP15-1s to Locomotive Leasing Partners (LLPX). As this unit was no longer owned by CSXT, they needed it returned, and consequently sent GP32-2 2764 to the Cape in its place. As luck would have it, Bay Colony needed to lease an engine right at that time, and this unit ended up in trash train service for a while. It was renumbered LLPX 1505, and is currently (2004) in service in Maine.
||Ex. Conrail 8175. Unit was loaned to Cape Cod Central after CSXT derailed and damaged the two GP7s enroute from Florida to Massachusetts, and after GP15-1 1531 was sold/traded to LLPX (see above). After the GP7s finally arrived, and work progressed to get at least one of them (1501) ready for service, this unit was returned to CSXT in late summer, 2000.