CP Rail painted 5 Electro-Motive Diesel SD70ACUs in Canadian Military colours for Remembrance Day. Such an awesome thing to do and some really sexy locomotives.

CP 7020 wears North Atlantic Treaty Organization green, which the Canadian and U.S. armies apply to fighting vehicles and equipment serving in temperate climates.

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CP 7021 wears the sand colour that the Canadian and U.S. armies apply to fighting vehicles and equipment serving in arid climates.

CP 7022 wears the grey, red and black colour pattern of modern Canadian and American warships.

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CP 7023 wears a two-tone gray paint scheme designed after the livery applied to Canadian and American fighter jets.

CP 6644 wears the camouflage colours applied to Royal Canadian Air Force “Spitfire” fighter planes flown at the Allied invasion of Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944.

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They were kept...well camouflaged ironically, until yesterday.

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