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Bombardier (BBD ) built Nacionales de Mexico M424W #9532 part of order #6114 for 53 units including 9527, #9526, and 9533 (& others) in this March 1981 shipment. 


This sharp red-black-yellow paint scheme did not last, most units repainted two tone blue. Anyone know if some N de M M424's operational today? 


CN Mac Yard. March 22, 1981, Kodachrome by S. Danko 


More N de M :


  Builders' plate  


   Builders' service bulletin plate  


   #9549 June '81 image by Ron Bouwhuis'  


        NdM #9526  


 sdfourty
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Bombardier (BBD) built Nacionales de Mexico M424W #9532 part of order #6114 for 53 units including 9527, #9526, and 9533 (& others) in this March 1981 shipment.

This sharp red-black-yellow paint scheme did not last, most units repainted two tone blue. Anyone know if some N de M M424's operational today?

CN Mac Yard. March 22, 1981, Kodachrome by S. Danko

More N de M :

Builders' plate

Builders' service bulletin plate

#9549 June '81 image by Ron Bouwhuis'

NdM #9526

sdfourty

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Date: 03/22/1981 (search)
Railway: Builder/Manufacturer (search)
Reporting Marks: NdeM 9532 (search)
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City/Town: Concord (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. I don’t believe any are still in use. At least one is preserved in a museum in Mexico.

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