F7AU's 9100:2-9179

Number

Class

Rebuilt

Retired

Notes

9100:2

GFB-17b

from 9174 May 1983

4 December 1989

  • Rebuilt by stripping cab appliances and covering windows
  • used only in trailing positions

9101

GFB-17b

from 9170 July 1983

4 December 1989

  • Rebuilt by stripping cab appliances and covering windows
  • used only in trailing positions

9102:2

GFB-17b

from 9157 August 1983

4 December 1989

  • Rebuilt by stripping cab appliances and covering windows
  • used only in trailing positions

9103

GFB-17b

from 9152 September 1983

4 December 1989

  • Rebuilt by stripping cab appliances and covering windows
  • used only in trailing positions

9104:2

GFB-17b

from 9154 April 1984

4 December 1989

  • Rebuilt by stripping cab appliances and covering windows
  • used only in trailing positions

9105

GFB-17b

from 9178 April 1984

4 December 1989

  • Rebuilt by stripping cab appliances and covering windows
  • used only in trailing positions

9106:2

GFB-17b

from 9155 June 1984

4 December 1989

  • Rebuilt by stripping cab appliances and covering windows
  • used only in trailing positions

9107

GFB-17b

from 9179 November 1984

4 December 1989

  • Rebuilt by stripping cab appliances and covering windows
  • used only in trailing positions

9108:2

GFB-17b

from 9150 December 1984

4 December 1989

  • Rebuilt by stripping cab appliances and covering windows
  • used only in trailing positions

9150

GFA-17a

from 9084 May 1972
to 9108:2 November 1984

9151

GFA-17a

from 9094 June 1972

4 December 1989

  • sold as scrap in May 1994 to Sedbec-Feruni, Contrecoeur QC

9152

GFA-17a

from 9034 June 1972
to 9103 September 1983

9153

GFA-17a

from 9070 July 1972

7 June 1989

  • sold for scrap to M4 Holdings (now On Track Railway Services), Duagh AB, in 1989

9154

GFA-17a

from 9084 August 1972
to 9104:2 April 1984

9155

GFA-17a

from 9040 September 1972
to 9106:2 June 1984

9156

GFA-17a

from 9060 September 1972
to 9105 April 1984

9157

GFA-17a

from 9064 October 1972
to 9102:2 August 1983

9158

GFA-17a

from 9080 November 1972

4 December 1989

  • had atypical side grilles, like F3 after rebuild retired 4 December 1989
  • sold to Century Locomotive Parts, Lachine QC in 1992
  • sold to Waccamaw Coastline Railroad (now Carolina Southern Railroad), Conway SC

9159

GFA-17a

from 9038 December 1972

4 December 1989

  • sold to Century Locomotive Parts, Lachine QC in 1991 cab removed; to be restored for the Komoka Railway Museum

9160

GFA-17a

from 9076 December 1972

4 December 1989

  • damaged in an accident 7 April 1976 when following GP9 4348 ran through an open switch
    on the Nechako Subdivision and derailed
  • repaired using the nose of retired 9046
  • sold for scrap to Sidbec-Feruni, Contrecoeur QC, in May 1994

9161

GFA-17a

from 9142 February 1973

4 December 1989

  • donated to the Children's Museum, Winnipeg MB in November 1993; on display in the museum located at the Forks,
    site of former CN yards behind Union Station; painted green and gold passenger colours; not operational

9162

GFA-17a

from 9140 March 1973

  • It was the first unit to receive new stripe paint scheme where stripes swept up to the left,
    regardless of which side of the unit was being viewed (previously, F-units had been painted with stripes that swept up to the rear); it was also the first to receive the reflective yellow stripe around the lower edge of the carbody
  • wrecked 6 May 1983 at Thunderbird BC (mile 6.4 of the Kitimat Subdivision) cab removed to repair VIA FP9A 6516
  • sold to Century Locomotive Parts, Lachine QC, in 1989

9163

GFA-17a

from 9116 April 1973

4 December 1989

  • sold to Century Locomotive Parts, Lachine QC in 1992
  • sold to Waccamaw Coastline Railroad (now Carolina Southern Railroad), Conway SC

9164

GFA-17a

from 9128 April 1973

  • sold to Century Locomotive Parts, Lachine QC in October 1990
  • sold November 1990 to National Railway Equipment, Dixmore IL

9165

GFA-17a

from 9104 May 1973

4 December 1989

  • modified for snowplow service in southern Ontario by providing removable steel grill for the
    windshield and covers for the roof-mounted radiator fans
  • sold to Century Locomotive Parts, Lachine QC in October 1990
  • sold November 1990 to National Railway Equipment, Dixmore IL
  • nose section used to make replica of California Zephyr Western Pacific 804-A at Disneyland

9166

GFA-17a

from 9110 June 1973

4 December 1989

  • modified for snowplow service in southern Ontario by providing removable steel grill for the
    windshield and covers for the roof-mounted radiator fans

9167

GFA-17a

from 9100 July 1973

4 December 1989

  • modified for snowplow service in southern Ontario by providing removable steel grill for the
    windshield and covers for the roof-mounted radiator fans
  • sold to Century Locomotive Parts, Lachine QC in October 1990
  • sold November 1990 to National Railway Equipment, Dixmore IL
  • now in Age of Steam Museum, Dallas TX

9168

GFA-17a

from 9052 June 1973

4 December 1989

9169

GFA-17a

from 9042 October 1973

4 December 1989

  • sold 1989 to M-4 Holdings (now On Track Railway Service), Duagh AB
  • sold 1993 to Prince George Railway Museum, Prince George BC on display, not operational

9170

GFA-17a

from 9106 October 1973
to 9101 July 1983

9171

GFA-17a

from GTW 9013 December 1973

4 December 1989

  • in storage at Canadian Railway Museum, Delson QC for the John Street Roundhouse museum
    in Toronto not operational

9172

GFA-17a

from 9072 December 1973

7 June 1989

  • sold 1989 to M-4 Holdings (now On Track Railway Service), Duagh AB for scrap

9173

GFA-17a

from 9118 December 1973

4 December 1989

  • nose discovered on ski-hill near Wakefield QC and acquired by the
    Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa

9174

GFA-17a

from 9082 May 1974
to 9100:2 May 1983

9175

GFA-17a

from 9132 June 1974

18 January 1979

  • sold June 1989 to Century Locomotive Parts, Lachine QC, for scrap

9176

GFA-17a

from 9114 September 1974

4 December 1989

  • sold for scrap to Sidbec-Feruni, Contrecoeur QC, May 1994

9177

GFA-17a

from 9088 September 1974

4 December 1989

  • sold to Century Locomotive Parts, Lachine QC in October 1990
  • sold November 1990 to National Railway Equipment, Dixmore IL

9178

GFA-17a

from 9056 December 1974
to 9105 April 1984

  • modified for snowplow service in southern Ontario by providing removable steel grill
    for the windshield and covers for the roof-mounted radiator fans

9179

GFA-17a

from 9120 December 1974
9107 November 1984

  • modified for snowplow service in southern Ontario by providing removable steel grill
    for the windshield and covers for the roof-mounted radiator fans