Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo
51 the very first TH&B diesel it and three other NW2's
were built in the pre-GMD era. EMD #5703 12/1947
NOTE: Retired 11/1998 its preservation was arranged
by R.L.Kennedy initially for the Toronto Railway Museum
51 sitting inside Chatham Street roundhouse. 5/26/1984
54 last unit of original four unit order. NW2 EMD 5706 12/1947 CP Rail Toronto Yard 9/22/1984
55 first unit of second four unit order and first GMD
SW9 order. SW9 1200 HP GMD A-121 12/1950
57 with van 83. GMD A123 12/1950. Welland Yard. Sunday,
July 26, 1987 A.W.Mooney
Note: Upgraded with 645 engine parts by TH&B.
Note the pole and chain for old style switching! Also,
classification lights, oil burning converted to electric.
58 is no longer equipped with stack screens, or classification
lamps nor pole (for polling cars).
GMD GP7 71-77 (55 mph 71, 72, 77 ATC). GP9 40-4-3 (75 mph S.G. ATC)
First GMD diesel built and first TH&B road switcher
of a four unit GP7 order. A-117 8/1950
73 GMD A-119 10/1950 Hamilton 7/15/1978 W.Townsend
Note the backup horn on GP7's.
75 in Port Maitland. June 7,1982
76 GMD A-514 6/1953
A well-worn paint job was typical of TH&B engines
in their latter years.
Chatham Street shop track. July 3, 1976 GMD A-515 6/1953 Equipped with ATC.
402_403 at CPR John Street roundhouse. These units will
be dispatched on Number 329
Note: 401, 402, 403 equipped with ATC as well as steam generators. Operated long hood forward.
Service Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo, New York.
Steam Generator Car
THB 500 (ex 502, nee NYC 5313) Converted 1955 to steam
generator car to protect diesels on passenger trains.
500 Chatham Street. c.1984 Douglas A. Lister.
500 sold 1987 to Green Mountain for their excursion trains. North Walpole, NH roundhouse.
Preserved and renumbered as "NYC X5313" which never actually existed.
Relocated 2002 to Steamtown in Scranton, PA
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