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GO Transit GP40-2(W) No. 703 (built as No. 981 by GMD in December 1973) along with APU No. 801 (constructed as Northern Pacific F7B No. 6014B by EMD in 1951) deadhead eastward through Bayview Jct. with the usual compliment of bi-level coaches wrapping up the Friday evening commuter rush. Both units are still around; sold to Tri-Rail in Miami in 1991 No. 703 would eventually be acquired by Aberdeen, Carolina and Western while No. 801 would depart in 1994 to join her new owner as Ontario Northland No. 205.
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Caption: GO Transit GP40-2(W) No. 703 (built as No. 981 by GMD in December 1973) along with APU No. 801 (constructed as Northern Pacific F7B No. 6014B by EMD in 1951) deadhead eastward through Bayview Jct. with the usual compliment of bi-level coaches wrapping up the Friday evening commuter rush. Both units are still around; sold to Tri-Rail in Miami in 1991 No. 703 would eventually be acquired by Aberdeen, Carolina and Western while No. 801 would depart in 1994 to join her new owner as Ontario Northland No. 205.

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Keith MacCauley [30] (more) (contact)
Date: 9/8/1989 (search)
Railway: GO Transit (search)
Reporting Marks: GOT 703 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Bayview Jct (search)
City/Town: Burlington (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. I just bought the model of this locomotive! Runs great!

  2. Oops! No. 703 was actually built as No. 9811!

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