GMD GP9 1750 hp 65 mph
8483-8521 39 units
8496 GMD A694 1/1955.
8502 one of 29 built as a passenger unit with steam generator
(note air reservoirs on roof account water tank under frame).
8514 (8501-8529 29 units built with s.g.) Large Multimark Late 1980's Winnipeg Paul Smith
8616 a GM unit in what was once FM territory. Cominco
8617 being serviced at Revelstoke. Note the nose mounted bell. GMD A957 7/1956
8621 without nose mounted bell.GMD A 1106 2/1957 Jim Booth
8633 with chopped nose and large Multimark. Alyth 3/14/1971 Bob Loat/Bruce Chapman Collection
8635 4461 8633 with B unit added due to heavier hump switching.
4462 was also modified for this yard service.
8636 first unit the biggest CP order to date; 73 GP9's 8636-8708. GMD A1092 1/1957
8650 shows off its ditch lights nicely. GMD A1106 2/1957
8678 leads this train through New Westminster.
8707 second last unit of huge 73 unit order. GMD A1164 11/1957
In not too many years that second piece of equipment will
be a thing of the past. GMD A1454 1/1958
8812 with rotary dump coal hoppers everywhere. GMD A1464 2/1958
8820 equipped with removable cab bay window for winter. Very necessary in December. GMD A1472 3/1958
Extra 8836 with 8834 on Vancouver Island. Only a few more GP9's to come. GMD A1727 8/1959
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