Canadian Pacific Railway
GMD GP9 modified
Earliest modified units were three GP9's 8633_8634_8635
8633 outshopped Ogden 3/1971. 8900 Train Master is a brake slug.
8634 with script lettering. One of three GP9's (8633-8635)
8635 when it was just another GP9. Note the beautiful
sky in the background.
8635 now with its short nose chopped and Block lettering.
Two days out of Ogden.
8635 with its nose chopped and Block lettering. Calgary 9/1971 Keith Ardinger Collection
8635 one of three GP9's (8633-8635) (Trailing unit 8904
A predecessor modification and upgrade of five units prior
to development of the Ten Year Locomotive Program.
All photographs L.B.Chapman unless otherwise credited.
8492 in original condition with barrel headlight and block lettering. GMD A690 10/1954 Alyth 5/12/1973
8492 rebuilt with sharp pointed chop nose, new style classification
lights and high bell mount. Full size Multimark.
8204 (2nd) ex 8492 rebuilt Ogden 5/1984. It has pointed
chop nose. Small Multimark
8518 in original appearance with steam generator, barrel headlight and block lettering. GMD A716 12/1954
Freshly outshopped in CP Rail small Multimark paint scheme. Still with steam generator.
8518 now with chop nose and no long equipped with SG. Outshopped 7/1978.
8202 (ex 8518) Few photographs are known to exist of this unit as 8202 since it was wrecked only one month after overhaul at Angus. #471-15 hit a washout at Moor Lake Mileage 10.7 North Bay Sub. 5/16/1983 it was destroyed when the trailing units fell on top of it, the lead unit. St.Luc 4/20/1983 just 5 days out of Angus 4/15/1983.
8530 rebuilt and upgraded Ogden 3/1975. It has sharp pointed
chop nose. Small Multimark.
Rear view showing extended sand box. Black and white stripes blend with small Multimark.
8615 original paint style with block lettering. Twin sealed beam headlight. GMD A955 7/1956 Alyth 12/29/1970
8615 upgraded Angus 10/29/1977 following fire damage.
Enlarged sandbox at rear. Small Multimark St.Luc 11/08/1977
8619 original appearance. GMD A959 8/1956 Alyth 12/29/1970
8619 upgraded 9/1977 Angus following fire damage. Enlarged
sandbox at rear. Small Multimark St.Luc 9/24/1977
Enlarged sand capacity for hump engines due to frequent usage.
1512 (ex 8510) has a one-only full-height extended rear
for enlarged sand capacity.
1513 (and 1514, 1515, 1691) all received this slightly
shorter version extended rear sand box.
1515 now has red and white stripes. Multimark no longer in use.
1691 in new paint scheme with return of Canadian Pacific
Railway name. No stripes on rear but with CP initials.
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