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7024, Class O-7-b, was built by Montreal in 1911, #50222, as Canadian Northern 327. It was renumbered 815 and became CN 7024, Class O-7-b, in 1919. It was scrapped in May 1932
7166, Class O-9-a, was built by Montreal in February 1912, #50669, as Grand Trunk RR 1726, Class F. It became CN 7166, Class O-9-a, in 1923 and sold as Montreal Harbours Commissioners 202 in July 1933. It became National Harbours Board 202 in 1936 and retired in November 1938. It was scrapped in April 1942.
7358, Class O-16-a, was built by Montreal in March 1919, #60509, as Canadian Government Ry 881. It became CN 7358, Class O-12-a, in 1920 and reclassified Class O-16-a in August 1920. It was scrapped in April 1960.
7377, Class O-12-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive in 1919, #1603, as CaNo 418. It became CN 7377, Class O-12-a, in 1919 and was scrapped in December 1961.
7387, Class O-12-a, was built by Canadian Locomotive in 1919, #1613, as CaNo 428. It became CN 7387, Class O-12-a, in 1919 and was scrapped in December 1956.
7433, Class O-18-a, was built by Grand Trunk in 1919, #1547, as GTR 1738, Class F9. It became CN 7433, Class O-18-a, in 1923 and scrapped in August 1961.
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Memorial of Sts. Macedonius, Patricia, Modesta, and companions of Nicomedia
Have mercy on me, O God, in Your goodness,
in the greatness of Your compassion wipe out my offense.