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CP 1900

 

 

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CP 1900 AT CANMORE, AB.

 

Built by : GMD

Built in : 1955 as CN 6612

Serial Number : A 629

Class : N/A

Paint Scheme : Maroon & Grey "Block" paint scheme

This Photo : Chris Davidson, 2005

 

Other Photos (chronological) :

1. CN 6612 at Vancouver, B.C., painted in the CN Zebra paint scheme. Photo by Stan F. Styles, 1977. From the Bill Sanderson collection;

2. VIA 6612 at Toronto, ON., painted in the VIA Blue/Yellow paint scheme. Photo by P.A. Patenaude, 1983. From the Bill Sanderson collection;

3. CP 1900 at Ogden, Calgary AB., painted in the Ex-Nebkota Railway paint scheme. Photo by Doug MacKenzie, 1998;

4. CP 1900 at Port Coquitlam, B.C., painted in the Maroon & Grey "Block" paint scheme. Photo by Mark Forseille, 2001;

5. CP 1900 at Banff, AB., painted in the Maroon & Grey "Block" paint scheme. Photo by Cor van Steenis, 2008;

6. CP 1900 at Winnipeg, MB., painted in the Maroon & Grey 'Block" paint scheme. Photo by A. Ross Harrison, 2010;

7. CP 1900 at Alyth, Calgary AB., painted in the Maroon & Grey "Block" paint scheme. Photo by Cor van Steenis, 2013.

 

Notes : Built by GMD as CN #6612 (1955). Sold to VIA Rail (1978), became VIA #6612. Sold to Nebkota Railway (1995) and renumbered to Nebkota #66. Acquired by CP (1998), repainted into the Maroon/Grey paint scheme and numbered #1900, used in "Royal Canadian Pacific"  train service. Also used for assisting CP #2816 on longer trains. Overhauled at NRE, SIlvis, IL. (2013), which added a third porthole.

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