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Jeffrey Dobek

Rare to see two ETR units working together. 104_108 CPR yard in Windsor 6/03/2012 Jay Butler


 

ETR 101 acq. 6/1946, nee Canadian Car & Munitions 5. MLW S1 #69824 12/1941 Collection of Al Howlett

Essex Terminal shop tracks. May 22, 1981 Check out the "gas" pump!
Doug Kroll Sold 2/1988 Don Hearn & Sons Trucking

102 SW8 800 hp GMD A238 8/1951 April 1973 Douglas Leffler


ETR 102 in newer paint scheme. Al Howlett Collection

102:2 acq. 4/1986 (ex ACR 172) GMD A2019 8/1963 (last GP9 built). Windsor July 23, 1986 Dave Parker
Note:
Unit had been retired 1984 and cannibalized by ACR. Chop nosed by ETR

102 (2nd) with eastbound transfer to CP. 6/20/1998

103 in early paint scheme. S3 660 HP MLW #77282 6/1952 Bob Farkas 8/12/1982

Essex Terminal 103 S3 660 HP MLW #77282 6/1952

ETR 104 in nice new modern paint scheme at Ojibway 5/02/1988 Sam Beck Collection

Note
: Sold 1999 BBOH 104 photo 1/2/2004 switching Cargill, Bloomingburg, Ohio.

104 SW8 800 hp GMD A612 2/1954 c.1979

104 (2nd) acq. 11/1999 (ex ICG 1475, nee SW7 404) SW14 1300 HP r/b 1981 EMD 10046 6/1950

105 SW9 1200 HP GMD A949 3/1956 Windsor 10/10/1991 Alex Simins

105 southbound to Amherstberg. Windsor 9/21/2012 Myles Roach

106 acq. 8/1972 (ex L&HR 22) C-420 Alco 84721 6/1963
Sold 1988 Arkansas & Missouri 50.

107 acq. 7/1977 (ex DD-GM 113, nee EMD 113) SW1500 EMD 37436 4/1971 Windsor 8/1/1979 Brian Woodruff

Note: This unit had been a plant switcher first at EMD in La Grange and later at GMD in London.
It had problems with the sharp curves in the GMD plant and was swapped for ETR 102 an SW8.

107 repainted in newest scheme and equipped with ditch lights. Windsor 10/10/1991 Alex Simins

107 Ojibway yard. 9/21/2012

108 (ex Cartier 59) about as close to the border as you can get! Windosr 4/25/2015 John Lowes

108 acq. 11/1989 (ex Cartier 59) Built as low nose. GP9 GMD A1822 5/1960 Windsor 5/13/2000

Still in Cartier paint scheme and with 102 along to protect 108 recently acquired.
GMD A1822 5/1960 and A2019 8/1963 ex ACR 172. (below)

This was the very last GP9 built in North America, long after production ended. GMD A2019 8/1963
Note the GP20 style frame and fuel tanks on this and 171. Steelton, May 27, 1974. Ted Ellis

 

 


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