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6100, Class U-2-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in June 1927, #1800.  It was scrapped in November 1961.

6102, Class U-2-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in June 1927, #1802.  It was scrapped in January 1959.

6105, Class U-2-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in July 1927, #1805.  It was scrapped in February 1960.
 

6107, Class U-2-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in August 1927, #1807.  It was scrapped in June 1958.

6111, Class U-2-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in August 1927, #1811.  It was scrapped in June 1958.
 

6114, Class U-2-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in September 1927, #1814.  It was scrapped in May 1958.
 

6115, Class U-2-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in September 1927, #1815.  It was scrapped in April 1959.
 

6120, Class U-2-b, was built by Montreal in August 1927, #67351.  It was scrapped in June 1958.

6125, Class U-2-b, was built by Montreal in August 1927, #67356.  It was scrapped in July 1959.

6126, Class U-2-b, was built by Montreal in August 1927, #67357.  It was scrapped in March 1960.
 

6127, Class U-2-b, was built by Montreal in August 1927, #67358.  It was scrapped in February 1960.

6130, Class U-2-b, was built by Montreal in September 1927, #67361.  It was scrapped in October 1961.

6131, Class U-2-b, was built by Montreal in September 1927, #67362.  It was scrapped in July 1960.

6133, Class U-2-b, was built by Montreal in September 1927, #67364.  It was scrapped in November 1961.

6136, Class U-2-b, was built by Montreal in September 1927, #67367.  It was scrapped in March 1959.

6148, Class U-2-c, was built by Montreal in April 1929, #67777.  It was scrapped in May 1960.

6151, Class U-2-c, was built by Montreal in April 1929, #67780.  It was scrapped in September 1959.

6156, Class U-2-c, was built by Montreal in May 1929, #67785.  It was scrapped in October 1961.

6157, Class U-2-c, was built by Montreal in May 1929, #67786.  It was scrapped in June 1958.

6167, Class U-2-e, was built by Montreal in March 1940, #69262.  It was given to City of Guelth in June 1967.

6170, Class U-2-e, was built by Montreal in April 1940, #69265.  It was scrapped in August 1961.

6171, Class U-2-e, was built by Montreal in April 1940, #69266.  It was scrapped in March 1960.

6174, Class U-2-e, was built by Montreal in April 1940, #69269.  It was scrapped in November 1960.

6182, Class U-2-f, was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in August 1940, #1962.  It was scrapped in March 1960.

6200, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in June 1942, #69698.  It was donated to City of Ottawa in January 1964 and transferred to Canada Science & Techology Museum in June 1967.

6208, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in July 1942, #69706.  It was scrapped in April 1960.

6211, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in July 1942, #69709.  It was scrapped in March 1960.

6213, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in August 1942, #69711.  It was donated to City of Toronto in September 1960.

6214, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in August 1942, #69712.  It was scrapped in September 1961.

6215, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in August 1942, #69713.  It was scrapped in June 1961.

6217, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in September 1942, #69715.  It was scrapped in July 1961.

6218, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in September 1942, #69716.  It was donated as Fort Erie, ON, in October 1973.

6222, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in October 1942, #69720.  It was scrapped in June 1961.

6228, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in December 1942, #69793.  It was scrapped in February 1960.

6230, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in January 1943, #69795.  It was scrapped in April 1960.

6233, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in January 1943, #69798.  It was scrapped in April 1960.

6234, Class U-2-g, was built by Montreal in February 1943, 69799.  It was scrapped in March 1960.

6244, Class U-2-h, was built by Montreal in September 1943, #70312.  It was scrapped in April 1960.

6252, Class U-2-h, was built by Montreal in October 1943, #70320.  It was scrapped in April 1960.

6253, Class U-2-h, was built by Montreal in November 1943, #70321.  It was scrapped in February 1960.

6262, Class U-2-h, was built by Montreal in February 1944, #70330.  It was scrapped in February 1960.
 

6303, Class U-3-a, was built by Alco-Schenectady in July 1927, #67342, as Grand Trunk Western 6303, Class U-3-a.  It was transferred as CN 6303, Class U-3-a, in December 1941 and scrapped in July 1961.
 

6304, Class U-3-a, was built by Alco-Schenectady in July 1927, #67343, as GTW 6304, Class U-3-a.  It was transferred as CN 6304, Class U-3-a, in December 1941 and scrapped in May 1961.

6308, Class U-3-a, was Built by Alco-Schenectady in August 1927, #67347, as GTW 6308, Class U-3-a.  It was transferred as CN 6308, Class U-3-a, in December 1941 and scrapped in September 1961.
 

6309, Class U-3-a, was built by Alco-Schenectady in August 1927, #67348, as GTW 6309, Class U-3-a.  It was transferred as CN 6309, Class U-3-a, in December 1941 and scrapped in August 1961.

6312, Class U-3-b, was built by Alco-Schenectady in January 1942, #69618, as GTW 6312, Class U-3-b.  It was transferred as CN 6312, Class U-3-b, in January 1957 and scrapped in November 1961.
 

6314, Class U-3-b, was built by Alco-Schenectady in January 1942, #69620, as GTW 6314, Class U-3-b.  It was transferred as CN 6314, Class U-3-b, in January 1857 and scrapped in September 1959.

6336, Class U-3-b, was built by Alco-Schenectady in February 1942, #69642.  It was transferred as CN 6336, Class U-3-b, in January 1957 and scrapped in May 1961.

6400, Class U-4-a, was built by Montreal in June 1936, #68715.  It was donated to Canada Science and Technology Museum in June 1967.

6402, Class U-4-a, was built by Montreal in June 1936, #68717.  It was scrapped in April 1960.

6403, Class U-4-a, was built by Montreal in June 1936, #68718.  It was scrapped in September 1961.

 

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