CN GE Units
All photos were generously submitted by Brian Nicholson
"All shots in major yards were done with a signed release and accompanied
by a friend who is a CN employee. CN today has a 'No-Tolerance' policy to
tresspassing; so NEVER try to enter a CN yard to take photos!"
GE 70T 41 from series 26-43 built (in U.S.) in 1950. These diminutive units
gave 25+ years of service on Prince Edward Island and in Nova Scotia until
their retirement. They were MU equipped; so 2 or 3 in multiple could be found
working light rail branches. Notice the neat marker lamps on #41 front and rear.
GE 70T 40 on P.E.I. in the older paint scheme. One of these engines is
preserved in operating condition at the C.R.H.A. museum in Delson, Quebec.
The rest are probably still active on industrial railroads.