CN Diesel Data book for 1973
The   ideal   companion   book   for   CN   modelers   using   our   Rail   Canada   vol.   1   for   the   period 1955-1967,   or   for   modelers   using   Rail   America   vol.   1   for   GTW,   GT   (Eastern   Lines)   CV   & DW&P from the same period.  
DD 73 Cover DD 73 page 172
This   176   page,   8½"   x   11"   coil   bound   book   has   164   diagrams   like   those   shown   above      plus clearance   drawings   for   standard   and   narrow   gauge   locomotives   and   equipment   as   well   as an   index   by   class   and   unit   number. A   large   majority   of   pages   have   B&W   photos,   which   are also listed on the index pages. Each     sub-class     has     it's     own     diagram,     detailing     overall     dimensions,     horsepower information,   railway   assignments   (i.e.:   CN   or   GTW   etc.),   truck   types,   number   of   fans, dynamic   brakes,   steam   or   electric   generators,   roof   top   air   tanks   on   GEEP   units,   max. speed, max. operating curve, and on and on.  The   data   diagrams   are   cadd   drawn   reproductions   of   the   original   railway   sheets   and   the data portion is a clean typeset of the original. Find   out   when   trucks   were   changed   from   four   to   six   axle   or   vice   versa   and   back   again. This   is   an   excellent   reference   when   trying   to   date   photos   where   modifications   have   been recorded on these data sheets.
CN Diesel Data book for 1973
The   ideal   companion   book   for   CN   modelers   using   our   Rail Canada   vol.   1   for   the   period   1955-1967,   or   for   modelers using   Rail America   vol.   1   for   GTW,   GT   (Eastern   Lines)   CV   & DW&P from the same period.  
DD 73 Cover DD 73 page 172
This    176    page,    8½"    x    11"    coil    bound    book    has    164 diagrams   like   those   shown   above      plus   clearance   drawings for     standard     and     narrow     gauge     locomotives     and equipment   as   well   as   an   index   by   class   and   unit   number. A large   majority   of   pages   have   B&W   photos,   which   are   also listed on the index pages. Each    sub-class    has    it's    own    diagram,    detailing    overall dimensions,   horsepower   information,   railway   assignments (i.e.:    CN    or    GTW    etc.),    truck    types,    number    of    fans, dynamic   brakes,   steam   or   electric   generators,   roof   top   air tanks   on   GEEP   units,   max.   speed,   max.   operating   curve, and on and on.  The   data   diagrams   are   cadd   drawn   reproductions   of   the original   railway   sheets   and   the   data   portion   is   a   clean typeset of the original. Find   out   when   trucks   were   changed   from   four   to   six   axle or    vice    versa    and    back    again.    This    is    an    excellent reference      when      trying      to      date      photos      where modifications have been recorded on these data sheets.