X-Dominion locomotives, 1943

Workmen constructing an X-Dominion locomotive bound for India. Kingston, Ontario, November 1943. (Harry Rowed / National Film Board of Canada—Still Photography Division / Library and Archives Canada, MIKAN # 3197892)

View of workmen assembling X-Dominion locomotives for shipment to India. Montréal, Quebec, November 1943. (Ronny Jaques / National Film Board of Canada—Still Photography Division / Library and Archives Canada, MIKAN # 3197058)

The Honourable K.C. Mahindra, head of the India Supply Mission at Washington, DC, christens the first of 145 "X-Dominion" locomotives built in Canada for India under the Mutual Aid Board Agreement before its test run. Montréal, Quebec, November 1943. (Ronny Jaques / National Film Board of Canada—Still Photography Division / Library and Archives Canada, MIKAN # 3197874)

The Honourable K.C. Mahindra, head of the India Supply Mission at Washington, DC (left) and Mr. H.J. Carmichael, Co-ordinator of Production, Department of Munitions and Supply (right), on a test run of the first X-Dominion locomotive built for India under the Mutual Aid Plan. Montréal, Quebec, November 1943. (Ronny Jaques / National Film Board of Canada—Still Photography Division / Library and Archives Canada, MIKAN # 3197090)

Test run of first "X-Dominion" locomotive built at Montreal, Quebec plant and destined for India under the Mutual Aid Board Agreement, November 1943. (Ronny Jaques / National Film Board of Canada—Still Photography Division / Library and Archives Canada, MIKAN # 3194193)

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