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    Comment by 'midnight' in media 'Moose Jaw Geeps'

    Nice shot but both units are GP7u
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    Comment by 'midnight' in media 'CP 1555'

    Thanks Roman! Rainer
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    Comment by 'midnight' in media 'CP SD40-2B'

    It's a good story you've told about the 'B' units but not quite accurate. Of the 55 units that had their windows blanked and other appurtances removed in '91 only 5758, 5760, 5763 and 5764 had ever been equipped to lead but all were equipped with Locotrol II recieving equipment and had been...
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    Comment by 'midnight' in media 'Dedicated to Midnight'

    Thanks Cal, it's much appreciated!
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    Comment by 'midnight' in media 'CP Trio'

    If you have an opportunity, please try for a clear, closer 3/4 shot of CPR 3079 if the opportunity comes again.
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    Comment by 'midnight' in media 'CP Sutherland'

    Not to drag this on but the GP7u's on CP are/were 1500-1511 (ex 8412, 8409, 8421, 8422, 8415, 8424, 8411, 8417, 8423, 8416, 8410 and 8418 respectively) and 1682-1687 (ex THB 72-77 respectively). Bodyside louvres are the easiest method to differentiate the GP7 from GP9, the former has two rows...
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    Comment by 'midnight' in media 'CP Sutherland'

    Commentary is inaccurate, as Mile 11 indicates it's a GP7u and it may have been the first or second GP7 rebuild but several GP9s, which had unique rear body modifications, were rebuilt before it.





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