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N&W 3661-3657-3667 sit beside the CN Fort Erie shops on a snow covered winter day.  There were several ex-Wabash units that were assigned to the Canadian division.  These units could be seen running through Canfield on the CN.
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Caption: N&W 3661-3657-3667 sit beside the CN Fort Erie shops on a snow covered winter day. There were several ex-Wabash units that were assigned to the Canadian division. These units could be seen running through Canfield on the CN.

Photographer:
Dave Burroughs [94] (more) (contact)
Date: 02/1968 (search)
Railway: Norfolk and Western (search)
Reporting Marks: N&W 3661 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Fort Erie (search)
City/Town: Fort Erie (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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7 Comments
  1. I guess so but don,t remeember any No.

  2. Thank you Bruce.

  3. Prior to July 1971, 11 of the London-built F7′s had been retired, and are shown as being trade-ins to EMD (LaGrange IL) for N&W GP40′s. None of those were renumbered from their Wabash 3-digit numbers (600s).
    #Pierre could those be the ones you mean ?
    After July 1971, the remaining painted and renumbered units such as those in this photo, were slowly retired ( or in the case of 3659 and 3726, wrecked), until the final remaining London-built Wabash F7, 3725, was retired in Sept1979.
    The 3671 survives at Mad River & NKP museum, Bellevue OH; and 3725 is at the Monticello IL museum.

  4. I wouldn,t know,i was there only a few months.

  5. I think 3663 was one of the others and there was a GP9??

  6. Very nice photo Dave. I’m in love with those F’s. Pierre when were they scrapped, what year/month?

  7. I worked there in 1971,there were 5 of them scrapped in the yard that we used for parts to fix the others.

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