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55501 double track plow. Brockville, ON 3/12/1988

 


Flangers

56193 flanger fresh out of the shops according to stencil below car number H-Q 9.40
Rouses Point Jct. NY December 24, 1940 Bud Laws Collection

 

 

56381 This rather odd looking piece of equipment is a flanger. Front truck coil springs and rear truck leaf springs!
Note: Scroll down to see 56483 another one!
Prince George, BC August 2, 1981

56392 additional photo angles

56483 flanger waiting scrapping along with other equipment marked D (destroy).

 


Snow plows etc.

Plowing on the Gravelbourg Sub. in 1947

Old wooden plow sold to non-common carrier Western Dominion Coal Mines.

55402 Port Mann, BC 9/30/1975 J.Fischer

 

CN 55499

55702 snow melter at work in Turcot yard 1952. Kevin Day Collection

55348 rotary snow plow with tender 51157. Kamloops Junction October 17, 1940. Bud Laws Collection

CN 50983 spreader. Leaside (Toronto Terminals) C.1950's Jim Parker

Two snow plows 55397 and 55357 await the call to duty.

55501 double track plow. Brockville, ON 3/12/1988

 

 


Miscellaneous

 

60023 converted from self-propelled car number unknown.

Auxiliary Cable Car 60026. Converted 1960 from Self-Propelled car 15832.

Small tank car for diesel fuel used in maintenace of way equipment. Ed Freeman

CN 50387 auxiliary crane. Edmonton April 4, 1976 Bob Hadlow/Bob Heathorn Collection

CN 50139 American Hoist & Derrick Co. diesel-electric crane at Hamilton in the 1950's. Jim Parker
CNR constable eyes the photographer!

CN 52189 weed spray. Leaside shop. (Toronto Terminals) C.1905's Jim Parker

CN 69685 Foreman's boarding car. Mimico Yard (Toronto Terminals) c.1950's Jim Parker

52108 scale test car. 9/30/1975 Port Mann, BC J.Fischer

50515 Lidgerwood (winch) Prince Rupert, BC August 28, 1958
Built by Lidgerwood Manufacturing Co., New York City.

These powerful winches were used by railways and contractors to build and maintain tracks. They were powered by steam from the locomotive and were quite powerful dragging a plow through several gondolas of ballast. They were always simply called a "Lidgerwood" since the manufacturer's name was painted on the side and it was an easier way to identify it.

59017 assigned to 2 auxiliary cook & diner Praire Region

 

 



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