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Via Rail Canada, Ltd.

6100, RDC1, was built by Budd in July 1954, #5923, as Canadian National D200. It was renumbered  6100 in 1969 and later became Via 6100 in 1978.  It was rebuilt in 1996 as Dallas Area Rapid Transit 2004.

6104, RDC1, was built by Budd in June 1957, #6806, as CNR D104. In 1969 it was renumbered 6104 and later became Via 6104 in 1978. It was rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2012.  It was leased to Denton County Transportation Authority 2012 in December 2010.

6106, RDC1, was built by Budd in June 1957, #6808, as CNR D106. In 1969 it was renumbered 6106 and later became Via 6106. It was rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2011,

6108, RDC1, was built by Budd in April 1958, #6902, as CNR D108.  It became Via 6108 in 1969 and returned as CNR 6108.  It was rebuilt as 1501, a track geometry vehicle, and renumbered 15016.

6112, RDC1, was built by Budd in April 1955, #6105, as Boston & Maine 6110. In July 1965 it became CNR D112 and was renumbered 6112 in 1969. It later became Via 6112 in 1978 and it later rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2005.

6123, RDC1, was built by Budd in February 1957, #6617, as Canadian Pacific 9063. It later became Via 6123 in 1978 and it later rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2006.  It was leased as DCTA 2006 in 2011.

6126, RDC1, was built by Budd in August 1956, #6318, as CPR 9059. It later became Via 6126 in 1978 and it later rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2010.

6127, RDC1, was built by Budd in January 1957, #6612, as CPR 9062. It later became Via 6127 in 1978 and it later rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2007.

6129, RDC1, was built by Budd in August 1955, #6221, as CPR 9056. It later became Via 6129 in 1978 and it later rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2008.   It was leased as DCTA 2008 in 2011.

6131, RDC1, was built by Budd in May 1958, #6903, as CPR 9070. It later became Via 6131 in 1978 and later rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2001.

6133, RDC1, was built by Budd in July 1956, #6317, as Dominion Atlantic Ry 9058  It was involved in a head on collision with a Burro crane in 1965 and rebuilt as CPR 9058 in October 1966.  It was sold as Via 9058 in September 1974 and rebuilt at Pointe St Charles in May 1980 as 6133.  It was retired and sold to Industrial Rail Services and sold to Rapido Trains on January 23, 2016.

6139, RDC1, was built by Budd in February 1957, #6619, as CPR 9064. It later became Via 6139 in 1978 and later rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2009.  It was leased as DCTA 2009 in 2011.

6141, RDC1, was built by Budd in June 1958, #6904, as CPR 9071. It later became Via 6141 in 1978 and later rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2013.  It was leased to DCTA 2013 in December 2010 and returned to TRE.

6142, RDC1, was built by Budd in January 1957, #6611, as CPR 9061. It later became Via 6142 in 1978 and later rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2002.

6206, RDC2, was built by Budd in January 1955, #6003, as B&M 6200.  It was sold to CN as D206 in July 1965 and renumbered 6206 in 1969,  It later became VIA as 6206 in 1978 and sold to Industrial Rail Service in 2000.

6215, RDC2, was built by Budd in July 1956, #6312, as CP 9107.  It later became Via 6215 in 1978.

6218, RDC2m, was built by Budd in December 1956, #6602, as Duluth Winnipeg & Pacific D-301.  It became CN D-355 in October 1961 and renumbered 6355 in 1969.  It was rebuilt as Via 6218 in 1969, RDC2m, and rebuilt as Quebec North Shore & Labrador 6218.  It was sold as Quebec Central 6218.

 

6303, FP9A, Class GPA-17e, was built by General Motors in July 1958, #A1399, FN C242-A7, as Canadian National 6539, Class GPA-17e.  It was transferred as Via 6539, Class GPA-17e, on March 31, 1978, and rebuilt at Pointe St Charles in 1984 as 6303, Class GPA-17e.  It was sold to Rail Link on January 21, 1999, and repainted as Rail Link-Ottawa Valley 1400.

6307, FP9A, Class GPA-17c, was built by General Motors in 1957, #A1045, FN C217-A1, as CN 6515, Class GPA-17c. It later became Via 6515, Class GPA-17c, and then was renumbered 6307. It was later sold to Ohio Central as 6307.

6313, FP9A, Class GPA-17d, was built by General Motors in 1957, #A1198, FN C230-A4, as CN 6526, Class GPA-17d. It later became Via 6526, Class GPA-17d, and then was renumbered 6313. It was later sold to OC as 6313.

6403, F40PH-2, Class GPA-30a, was built by General Motors in November 1986, #A4600, FN C460-3.

6412, F40PH-2, Class GPA-30a, was built by General Motors in December 1986, #A4609, FN C460-12.

6414, F40PH-2, Class GPA-30a, was built by General Motors in December 1986, #A4611, FN C460-14.

6415, F40PH-2, Class GPA-30a, was built by General Motors in December 1986, #A4612, FN C460-15.

6417, F40PH-2, Class GPA-30a, was built by General Motors in January 1987, #A4614, FN C460-A16.

6418, F40PH-2D, Class GPA-30a, was built by General Motors in January 1987, #A4615, FN C460-A17.

6421, F40PH-2D, Class GPA-30b, was built by General Motors in July 1987, #A4696, FN C460-20.

6422, F40PH-2D, Class GPA-30b, was built by General Motors in July 1987, #A4697, FN C460-21.

6431, F40PH-2D, Class GPA-30c, was built by General Motors in April 1989, #A4832, FN C465-2.

6435, F40PH-2D, Class GPA-30c, was built by General Motors in April 1989, #A4836, FN C465-6.

6436, F40PH-2D, Class GPA-30c, was built by General Motors in April 1989, #A4837, FN C465-7.

6457, F40PH-2D, Class GPA-30d, was built by General Motors in May 1989, #A4858, FN C465-28.

6501, FP9A, Class GPA-17a, was built by General Motors in September 1954, #A631, as CNR 6501, Class GPA-17a. It later became Via 6501, Class GPA-17a, and was later sold to OC as 6501.

6502, FP9A, Class GPA-17a, was built by General Motors in October 1954, #A632, as CNR 6502, Class GPA-17a.  It became Via 6502, Class GPA-17a, in March 1978 and sold as Algoma Central RR 1750 in February 1995.  It was sold to Pioneer Railcorp as 1750 in 2003 and assigned as Peoria & Western Ry 1750 in 2007.  It was reassigned as Keokuk Junction Ry 1750 in September 2011.

6504, FP9A, Class GPA-17a. was built by General Motors in November 1954, ##A634, FN C185-A5.  It became Via 6504, Class GPA-17a, and sold as Kansas City Southern 2 "Shreveport" in 1995.  It was renumbered 1 "Shreveport" in 2000.

6506, FP9A, Class GPA-17a, was built by General Motors in December 1954, #A636, as CNR 6506, Class GPA-17a. It became Via 6505, Class GPA-17a, in March 31, 1978, and later ACRR 1751 in February 10, 1995. It was sold to Pioneer as 1751 in September 2003.

6507, FP9A, Class GPA-17a, was built by General Motors in December 1954,  #A637, FN C183-A8, as CN 6507, Class GPA-17a.  It became Via 6507, Class GPA-17a, and sold as KCS 4 "Vicksburg" in 1995.  It was rebuilt as a display and renumbered 34 in 2007.

6511, FP7A, Class GPA-17a, was built by General Motors in January 1955, #A641, as CN 6511, Class GPA-17a.  It became Via 6511, Class GPA-17a, in 1978, and later ACRR 1752 in February 1995.  It was sold to Pioneer as 1752 in 2003 and assigned as PWRY 1752 in 2007.  It was transferred as KJRy 1752 in September 2011.

6512, FP9A, Class GPA-17a, was built by General Motors in January 1955,  #A637, FN C183-A8, as CN 6507, Class GPA-17a.  It became Via 6507, Class GPA-17a, and sold as KCS 4 "Vicksburg" in 1995.  It was rebuilt as a display and renumbered 34 in 2007.

6514, FP9A, Class GPA-17c, was built by General Motors in January 1957, #A1044, as CNR 6514, Class GPA-17c.  It became Via 6514, Class GPA-17b, in March 31, 1978, and later ACRR 1753 in February 1995.  It was sold as Alberta Pioneer Railroad Association 6514 in 2003.

6525, FP9A, Class GPA-17d, was built by General Motors in March 1957, #A1197, as CNR 6525, Class GPA-17d.  It became Via 6525, Class GPA-17d, in March31, 1978, and later ACRR 1754 in February 1995.  It was sold to Pioneer as 1754 in September 2003.

6531, FP9A, Class GPA-17d, was built by General Motors in May 1957, #A1203, as CNR 6531, Class GPA-17d. It became Via 6531, Class GPA-17d, in March 31, 1978, and later ACRR 1755 in February 20, 1995. It was sold to Pioneer as 1755 in September 2003.

6537, FP9A, Class GPA-17e, was built by General Motors in June 1958, #A1397, FN C242-5, as CNR 6537, Class GPA-17e. It became Via 6537, Class GPA-17b.

6541, FP9A,  Class GPA-17e, was built by General Motors in July 1958, #A1401, FN C242-A9., as CNR 6541, Class GPA-173  It became Via 6541, Class DPA-17e, on March 31, 1978, and sold as Nebkota Rail 54 in 1998.  It was sold as Canadian Pacific 1401 in 1998.

6553, F7Au, Class DPA-15a, was built by General Motors in June 1953, #A524, FN C165-5, as CP 4103, Class DFA-15g. It was rebuilt on April 1, 1954, as 1404, Class DPA-15a, and became Via 1404 in September 1978. It was rebuilt in July 1980 as 6553. In 1995 it was sold to Wisconsin Central and became Algoma Central 1756.  It was donated to West Coast Ry Association and restored as CP 4103.

6606, F9B, Class GPB-17a, was built by General Motors in December 1954, #A623, FN C182-7, as CNR 6606, Class GPB-17a. It became Via 6606, Class GPB-17a, in March 31, 1978, as Via 6606, Class GPB-17a, and later ACRR 1761 in February 20, 1995. It was sold to Pioneer as 1761 on September 2003.

6614, F9B, Class GPB-17c, was built by General Motors in January 1957, #A1053, FN C218-1, as CNR 6614, GPB-17c. It became Via 6614, Class GPB-17c, on March 31, 1978, and later ACRR  1762 on February 20, 1995.  It was sold as Alberta Pioneer Railroad Association 6614 in 2003.

6764, FPA4, Class MPA-18a, was built by Montreal in December 1958, #82273, as CN 6764, Class MPA-18a.  It became Via 6764, Class MPA-18a, and sold as New York & Lake Erie 6764.

6767, FPA4, Class MPA-18b, was built by Montreal in January 1959, #83145, as CN as 6767, Class MPA-18b . It later was Via 6767,Class MPA-18b, in March 1978 . It was sold in 2001 as Cuyahoga Valley Scenic RR 6767.

6771, FPA4, Class MPA-18b, was built by Montreal in 1958, #83149, as CN  6771, Class MPA-18b, It later was Via as 6771 and sold as Western Maryland Scenic RR 305. It was sold in 1993 to CVS and renumbered as 15. It was renumbered back to 6771

6773, FPA4, Class MPA-18b, was built by Montreal in 1959, #83151, as CN 6773, Class MPA-18b  It later was Via as 6773 and sold to Grand Canyon Ry as 6773.

6775, FPA4, Class MPA-18b, was built by Montreal in February 1959, #83153, as CN 6775, Class MPA-18b,  It later became Via Rail 6775, Class MPA-18b, in March 1978, and sold as Napa Valley RR 71 in 1987.

6776, FPA4, Class MPA-18b, was built by Montreal in February 1959, #83154, as CN 6776, Class MPA-18b. It later became Via Rail 6776, Class MPA-18b, in March 1978, and was later sold to GCRy as 6776.

6777, FPA4, was built by Montreal in 1958 as CN as 6777. It later was Via as 6777. It was sold in 1994 to CVS and renumbered as 14. It was renumbered back to 6777.

6779, FPA4, was built by Montreal.  It was sold to GCRy as 6779.

6786, FPA4, Class MPA-18B, was built by Montreal in April 1959, #83164, as CNR 6786, Class MPA-18B.  It became Via 6786, Class MPA-18B, in March 1978 and sold as Windsor & Hantsport Ry 6786.  It was acquired by Danbury Railway Museum and painted as Penn Central 1390.  It was later repainted as New York Central 1390.

6860, FPB4, Class MPB-18a, was built by Montreal in October 1958, #82276, as CNR 6860, Class MPB-18a. It later became Via 6860, Class MPB-18a, and was later sold to GCRy as 6860.

6871, FPB4, was built by Montreal and later became GCRy 6871.

6900, LRC, Class MPA-27a, was built by Bombardier in 1980 , #M6109-01.

6904, LRC, Class MPA-27a, was built by Bombardier in 1981, #M6109-05.

6905, LRC, Class MPA-27a, was built by Bombardier in 1981, #M6109-06.

6910, LRC, Class MPA-27a, was built by Bombardier in 1981, #M6109-11.

6912, LRC, Class MPA-27a, was built by Bombardier in 1981, #M6109-13.

6918, LRC, Class MPA-27a, was built by Bombardier in May 1982, #M6109-19.

6919, LRC, Class MPA-27a, was built by Bombardier in 1982, #M6109-19.

6924, LRC, Class MPA-27b, was built by Bombardier in 1983, #M6125-04.

1087, sleeper-lounge, was built in 1954 as Canadian National 1087 "Cape Breton", sleeper-lounge.  It became Via Rail 1087 and sold to Chicago & North Western in 1985.  It was rebuilt by Milwaukee Railcar to 420 "Fox River", theater car, and became Union Pacific 420 "Fox River". 

 

 

 

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