General Motors Diesel

General Motors Diesel was a Canadian railway diesel locomotive manufacturer. It has served many notable companies: BNSF Railway, Union Pacific etc... Shops were built in Montreal and Kingston.

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Fredericton Transit - Fleet
... General Motors Diesel Division Buses T6H-4523N General Motors Diesel Division Buses T6H-5307N General Motors Diesel Division Buses TC40-102N (Classic) Motor Coach Industries TC40-102N (Classic) NovaBus TC40-102N ...
Markham Transit - Fleet
... Current YRT status (2005) 1977, 1979, 1981 General Motors Diesel Division Buses T6H-4523N (#2001-#2006, #2014) - Only 2006 remains active in Newmarket ... Only #2025 is retired, the rest remain in service 1966 General Motors Diesel Division Buses T6H-5303 (#2025) - Ex-Toronto Transit Commission #3758, retired 1966 General Motors ...
St. Catharines Transit - Fleet
... New Flyer Industries D40i model also known as "Invero" New Flyer Industries DE40LF (diesel-electric hybrid) New Flyer Industries DE40LFR (diesel-electric hybrid. 579B-581B Retired ex Canadian National Transport 1961 #180-182 1952 ... TDH-4509 General Motors Corporation 2050 Retired ex Lishman's Coach Lines 1959 #51 15-17 1948 38-S TWIN Coach 917C-919C Retired ex ...
General Motors Diesel Division
... General Motors Diesel Division was a unit of General Motors founded in 1938 ... GMDD's Canadian operations were renamed as Diesel Division of General Motors of Canada Limited in 1975 ... The company was a manufacturer of diesel engines, diesel locomotives, transit buses and military vehicles ...

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