|Offer Type||Offer Date||Cost||Buy XP||Level||Restrictions|
|Limited|| 21 Dec 2015-|
4 Jan 2016
|Limited|| 28 Nov 2016-|
27 Feb 2017
| Canadian National Railways U-1-F class locomotives, were a class of twenty 4-8-2 or Mountain type locomotives built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1944. They were numbered 6060–6079 by CN and nicknamed “Bullet Nose Bettys” due to their distinctive cone-shape smokebox door cover. The order for these engines came during World War II when steel was of extreme value. The mountain type locomotive was a step down in size from the much more prevalent Northern Type (4-8-4). As a result of the step down in size the mountain type had less power but more speed and served well as a general purpose workhorse.|
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