GP7u

CP 1501

 

 

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CP 1501 AT MOOSE JAW, SK.

 

Built by : GMD

Built in : 1952 as CP 8409

Serial Number : A 325

Class : DS-15

Paint Scheme : CPR

This Photo : Bill Sanderson, 2004

 

Other Photos (chronological) :

1. CP 8409 at Revelstoke, B.C., painted in the CP Rail Large Multimark paint scheme. Photo by Stan F. Styles, 1975. From the Bill Sanderson collection;

2. CP 1501 at Toronto, ON., painted in the CP Rail Small Multimark paint scheme. Photo by Doug Boyd, 1986. From the Bill Sanderson collection.

3. CP 1501 at Toronto, ON., painted in the CP Rail no-Multimark paint scheme. Photo by Bill Sanderson, 1991;

4. CP 1501 at Moose Jaw SK., painted in the CP Rail no-Multimark paint scheme. Photo by Bill Sanderson, 2001;

5. CP 1501 at Winnipeg, MB., painted in the Canadian Pacific paint scheme. Photo by A. Ross Harrison, 2008;

6. CP 1501 at New Westminster, B.C., painted in the Canadian Pacific paint scheme. Photo by Mark Forseille, 2011;

7. CP 1501 at New Westminster, B.C., painted in the Canadian Pacific paint scheme. Photo by Mark Forseille, 2011.

 

Paint Data : CP Rail Small Multimark, 8" Stripes > CP Rail no-Multimark > Canadian Pacific

 

Notes : Built by GMD as GP7 #8409 (1952). Rebuilt by CP as GP7u, chop-nosed and renumbered to #1501 (1980). Equipped with CANAC remote control 'beltpack' equipment. Retired (9/30/2011). Sent to SRY, New Westminster B.C., for parts salvage and scrapping (11/11/2011).

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