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CN's first H-16-44, 2200, was having a temper tantrum on a cold December 1966 morning and did not want to start. The mechanic was making adjustments as the Road Foreman provided encouragement.  CN had a total of 18 of these FM designed units which were built by Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston, Ontario in 1955.
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Caption: CN's first H-16-44, 2200, was having a temper tantrum on a cold December 1966 morning and did not want to start. The mechanic was making adjustments as the Road Foreman provided encouragement. CN had a total of 18 of these FM designed units which were built by Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston, Ontario in 1955.

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Date: 12/00/1966 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 2200 (search)
Train Symbol: N/A (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Capreol (search)
City/Town: Capreol (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. I remember when they scrapped them in 1968 at psc shops,they removed the engine , generator and traction motor and shipped the body to London,they were only 10 years old.

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