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John Street Engines

Servicing steam engines

1271 coaling up. Check the wind direction first. Important to stand on the correct side!
5/19/1959 James A. Brown

Spotless 2465 sits on the shop track ready to go. See where.

3003 F2a class Jubilee fastest engines in Canada. 112 1/2 mph! 1955 Ron Visockis Collection

3002 These engines worked the very fast London-Toronto Bullet preferred by London businessmen.

2816 all coaled up. Likely in off a London Thru Run.
4/1947 Stan Styles/L.B.Chapman Collection


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1271

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Note: To view John Street engines hauling passenger trains see feature Articles:
CPR Bruce, London and Trenton Divisions.

1271 has just cut off from its train after arriving from Owen Sound.

Already coaled up, on the table and about to enter the house.

2857 just arrived from Hamilton with the "Buffalo", waits for a carman to uncouple it.

Coaled up, on the table and about to enter the house.

Steam still handled some passenger trains in 1957-58. Above photos: Bob Shaw (CPR Ret'd).

Yard and transfer engines.



3422


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3674

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Run through power

TH&B 501 (ex NYC 5311 acq. in January.) August 15,1948


 

Diesel units & RDC

 



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