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CN FPA4's were uncommon on the west coast, but then again, they appeared from time to time.  Here GMD meets MLW.... GMD says "what's you doin here?"
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Caption: CN FPA4's were uncommon on the west coast, but then again, they appeared from time to time. Here GMD meets MLW.... GMD says "what's you doin here?"

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Roy Jennings [6] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/11/1966 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 6762 (search)
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City/Town: Port Kells (search)
Province: British Columbia (search)
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4 Comments
  1. Don, both CN 9158 (ex-9080) and 9166 (ex-9110) had those full-louvred grill replacements. Weird.

  2. @mrdanno4050. FPA-4 and FPB-4′s were also regulars on passenger trains in the Maritimes as far east as Halifax.

  3. interesting grill work on the F7 dont think i saw that before this a one of a kind unit

    Don

  4. Since those FPA4′s usually stuck to eastern Canada in the Windsor-Montreal corridor, this would be a bit of a surprise for any western railfans that day!

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