CP SD70ACUs with Classic Scheme!

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CP SD70ACUs with Classic Scheme!

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CP has revealed a couple of SD70ACU engines specially painted in the old paint scheme (with cursive lettering):

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Re: CP SD70ACUs with Classic Scheme!

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Those look sharp. Interesting that the two are slightly different.

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Dan Cluley wrote:Those look sharp. Interesting that the two are slightly different.
Two variations. I believe the block lettering was replaced with the script-style lettering sometime around 1960.
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Re: CP SD70ACUs with Classic Scheme!

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According to this Trains article, there are eight more on the way.

https://trn.trains.com/news/news-wire/2 ... tage-units

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