British Columbia Hydro & Power

Diesel Locomotives

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Reporting Mark: BCH New: 25 Aug. 2016
Model (& Bldr) BCH Road No. Prior BCER # Bldr No. Date Notes
MP15DC (EMD) 151-153 -- 75626-1 to 3 11/75 --
SD38 (EMD) 381 -- 37816 10/71 --
SD38-2 (EMD) 382-383 -- 71606-1 & 2 12/72 --
384 -- 74614-1 8/74 --
SW900RS (GMDD) 900 900 A738 6/55 --
901 & 902 901 & 902 A892 & 893 6/56 --
903 & 904 903 & 904 A1165 & 1166 8/57 --
905-908 905-908 A1476-1479 3-4/58 --
909 909 A2059 6/64 --
910 & 911 911 A2245, 2334 6/67, 3/69 SW900RSm; re-engined with a 1000-hp prime mover
931 -- A846 5/1956 Ex-Midland Rwy of Manitoba 1
70-Tonner (GE) 940-942 940-942 30371-30373 9/49 Sold prior to SRY
943 943 30386 5/50 Sold prior to SRY
Electric (GE-Alco) 960 & 961 -- -- 1912 --
962 -- -- 1912 --

British Columbia Electric Railway (BCER) became a government entity in 1961 and was renamed British Columbia Hydro. Twenty-seven years later, BCH was incorporated into Southern Railway of British Columbia (SRY).

Reference: Extra 2200 South Newsletters (March-April 1963, August 1968, and October 1971)

Additional information provided by: Keith Ardinger, Peter Cox and Larry Russell


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