The GE U33C is a 6-axle diesel-electric locomotive built by GE Transportation Systems between January 1968 and January 1975. 375 examples of this locomotive were built for 11 North American railroads and one construction contractor.
|Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway||25||8500-8524|
|Burlington Northern Railroad||39||5725-5763|
|Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad||4||8000-8003|
|Delaware and Hudson Railway||9||754-762|
|Erie Lackawanna Railway||15||3301-3315|
|Great Northern Railway||15||2530–2544 to Burlington Northern 5700-5714|
5701 was wrecked and never wore the BN Cascade Green.
|S J Groves & Sons Construction||2||507-508 to Burlington Northern 5764-5765|
|Illinois Central Railroad||10||5050-5059|
|Northern Pacific Railway||10||3300-3309 to Burlington Northern 5715-5724|
|Southern Pacific Railroad||212||8585-8796|
- "General Electric U33C as Santa Fe 8511". Railmodel Journal. Denver, Colorado: Golden Bell Press. 6 (12): 28–31. May 1995.
- "General Electric's U33C". Diesel Era: 31–46, 60. January–February 1996.
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- Thompson, J. David. GE U33C Original Owners.