Canadian Pacific Railway
Hydraulic Switchers 10-22
DTC-2 (Diesel Torque Converter) 500 hp (twin Caterpillar) 44-ton.
These were a Canadian-only locomotive designed without
main generators and traction motors to eliminate the need for an electrician
at small shops, requiring only a diesel mechanic. The units were assigned
to small yards across the system.
HS-10 CLC #2981 3/1957 Ogden shop switcher with newly
out-shopped GP-9 8835.
HS-12 sold 7/29/1974 to Great Lakes Paper, Thunder Bay.
13 switching with all yardmen
"decorating". This method was used for many decades to
14 and 15 fresh from CLC. 2992, 2993 March 3/1958
HS-20 in company of a number of CLC H16-44's more than
two dozen of which were the last F-M powered units
HS-22 last hydraulic. CLC 3009 5/1960. Long used on the
Chipman-Norton branch of 4-4-0 fame it was actually
Preserved 6/1978 by South Simcoe Railway
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