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Don't try this at home! A very badly damaged TEBU4 sits at Mac Yard LRC. This unit has been here for over 1 year and will likely not be repaired any time soon. This might be an interesting unit to model as iut started out life as a GP9.
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Caption: Don't try this at home! A very badly damaged TEBU4 sits at Mac Yard LRC. This unit has been here for over 1 year and will likely not be repaired any time soon. This might be an interesting unit to model as iut started out life as a GP9.

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ngineered4u [39] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/03/2016 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN ???? (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Mac Yard (search)
City/Town: Vaughn (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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9 Comments
  1. I guess we get to see how Sluggos are made out of.

  2. @rlk2211… I will look at the other side the next time I am at work as it may still have its #. The point I was trying to make was that CN has/had many different booster units including ones made from retired MLW’s

  3. That looks too short to be a GP9 frame, but I’m just guessing I’m not as familiar with the CN slugs.

  4. @Todd. It was damaged in a collision at Mac Yrd over a year ago. Still not sure if it will be repaired or retired. Probably retired.

  5. How did this get damaged?

  6. LOL@snake..you are most welcome my friend :-)

  7. Hey Phil…Thanks for not settin’ the place on fire yesterday….:):)

  8. CNCNDR, you would be incorrect my friend. Do some research There are 2 classes of these units. There is a 500 class that were built by GMDD and there are 200 class that were built by and were chopped down GP9′s IE.. CN 200 YBU4, blt new in 1980 as 458 Yard Slug A3870 12
    CN 200 Steeple Cab 1
    CN 200 7/1950, renmbrd #6725 in 3/69 Z-5-A 1
    CN 201 Ordered as 9202, re# 6726 in 03/69, retired 07/95 Z-5-A 30358 2
    CN 201 YBU4, blt new in 1980 as 459 Yard Slug A3871 34
    CN 202 Steeple Cab 2
    CN 202 Yard Slug 37070 2
    CN 203 YBU4, blt as 462 Yard Slug A3874 3
    CN 204 YBU-4 Slug/Booster blt as 457 Yard Slug A3869 8
    CN 205 YBU4, blt as 451 Yard Slug A3863 2
    CN 206 YBU-4m, re# from 452 Yard Slug A3864 3
    CN 207 YBU4, blt as 453 Yard Slug A3865 5
    CN 209 GP38-2 A2839 2
    CN 210 Yard Slug 1
    CN 211 GP38-2 A2840 1
    CN 211 Yard Slug A850 36
    CN 212 ex-GP9 4119/4375 converted to slug in 1986 Yard Slug A1281 1
    CN 213 ex-GP9 2022/4473, converted to slug in 1986 Yard Slug A827 3
    CN 217 Yard Slug A1249 33
    CN 218 ex-GP9 4115/4372, converted to slug in 1986 Yard Slug A1277 5
    CN 219 Yard Slug A1017 5
    CN 220 GP9 Booster rebuilt from CN 4245 in 1986; Class: GY-00d Yard Slug A1511 6
    CN 221 Rebuilt EMD, Class: GY-00d.

  9. Those were never made out of GP9′s, they were built new from GMDD London out of MP1500 frames.

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