Take a look at what I posted again real close, but you bring up a good point in which I tell everyone to get the documentation. The 629 was indeed the first Q engine to get the new scheme, the only one painted in Burlington when the Q was around as the others came from EMD and GE factory painted and the only one until the merger to get the logo. #629 was six months old when she was repainted as you see here with the logo on the cab without NORTHERN on the battery doors. That was in August of 1968. In January 1969, the Q took an order of 15 SD45's, all in the same scheme without the BN logo on the cabs or NORTHERN on the battery doors. In April 1969, the Q took an order of 9 GE U23C's, also in the same scheme and also without the BN logo on the cab and NORTHERN on the battery doors. The BN only existed in paper in 1968 and did not become BN until March 2nd, 1970. BN did not receive a standard Cascade green until the GP38's, #2072-2022 arrived in February 1971. So technically this was the only CB&Q painted by the Q with the BN logo. P.S. I still want to see that film as this era of mergers is really interesting.