Just as in the previous FP7, the FP9's carbody is essentially the F9's with 4 feet (1.22 m) extra added a little behind the cab, just aft of the forward truck. Unlike the FP7, the forward porthole window is relocated so that it is better balanced in the space, but there is still more room between the porthole and the first carbody filter grille behind it; it is just less obvious. As on the F9, there is now a carbody filter grille before the window as well.
Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México (NdeM)
Saudi Government Railways
Total A units: 36, Total B units: 4
Locomotives built by GMD at London, Ontario
Canadian Pacific Railway
Total A units: 54, Total B units: 46
EMD FP9 Overview
Kansas City Southern Railway's KCS 1 "Shreveport" leading the Southern Belle business train.
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NdeM FP9 Number 7020 at the Mexican National Railroad Museum (Museo Nacional de los Ferrocarriles Mexicanos), Puebla, Mexico.
By Hernán García Crespo from DF, Mexico (Trains México Uploaded by oaktree_b) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
RLGN EMD FP9 No. 1400 (originally CN No. 6539) in 2003 at Waterloo, Ontario.
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