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Montreal M636 Diesels

2305, Class MF-36a, was built in July 1970, #M6037-06.  It was retired in 1994.

2306, Class MF-36a, was built in July 1970, #M6037-07.  It was wrecked on December 14, 1994 and retired on May 23, 1995.  It was scrapped.

2310, Class MF-36a, was built in August 1970, #M6037-10.  It was retired on January 24, 1996, and sold for scrap at Arkansas & Missouri RR.

2313, Class MF-36a, was built in August 1970, #M6037-14.  It was retired on June 4, 1996, and restored in service on June 20, 1996.  It was retired on August 19, 1996, and restored in service on September 20, 1996.  It burned and retired on October 29, 1996, and scrapped in 1997.

2327, Class MF-36b, was built in February 1971, #M6052-08.  It was retired on January 24, 1996, and sold for scrap at Arkansas & Missouri RR.

2328, Class MF-36b, was built in February 1971, #M6062-09.  It was retired on May 23, 1995, and sold through Canac to Caulfield Limited.  It was scrapped for parts.

2332, Class MF-36b, was built in March 1971, #M6052-13.  It was retired on January 24, 1996.

2336,  Class MF-36b, was built in March 1971, #M6052-17.  It was retired in 1993.

2337,  Class MF-36b, was built in March 1971, #M6042-18.  It was scrapped on April 26, 1994.

 

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