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Canadian National Railways

Preserved steam locomotives on tourist railways, at railway museums and on display in parks.

CNR Museum train.

This display train travelled across Canada in 1950's.
Displayed at NMS&T in Ottawa afterwards.

4-4-0 number 40 sits on display in Montreal. It would later join the Museum Train touring Canada. Stan F. Styles

0-6-0T 247 on display at unknown location. Circa 1953. Bud Laws Collection


Suburban 4-6-4F

49 one of only six such Forney type tank engines especially built for GTR's Montreal suburban (commuter) service.
Montreal 3/29/1958 Joseph Testagrose collection

Preserved indoors at Exporail. August 2003 Pierre Lacombe


Mogul 2-6-0

E-10-a class subsequent owners and preserved engines.
Green Mountain, Strasburg, Wilmington & Western, etc.

In July 1957 713 was added to the CNR Museum train which travelled Canada.

It went to the National Museum of Science and Technology in Ottawa in 1967.

Montreal June 23, 1962 Bud Laws Collection

Currently it is located at Exporail.




Grand Trunk (Eastern) 713 (nee GTR 922) when it was just another Mogul. GTR #1314 12/1900
Location and date unknown. Bud Laws Collection

Note: For legal reasons lines and equipment in the United States could not be owned by Canadian National Railways which was a Canadian government entity. Therefore, the name Grand Trunk continued in use there. Grand Trunk Western Railroad for lines in Michigan etc.and simply Grand Trunk (unofficially Grand Trunk Eastern) for lines in New England and New York. Central Vermont and Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific were two additional U.S. subsidiaries.

GT 713 E-7-a (Ex GTR 1396) Running Extra. Lewiston, Maine September 1945

GT 713 with a two wooden car passenger train at unknown location.
Note the trainman looking out from the baggage car watching the conductor.
Edwin Bill Robinson


Ten-Wheeler 4-6-0

F-1-b 1009 in better days hauling tourists on the Salem & Hillsbrough, Hillsbrough, NB. July 10, 1988 Roger Lalonde
Ex CNR 1165:2, 1009 ex CGR 4529 nee O'Brien, McDougall & O'Gorman 15
Cyl. 18" x 24" Drv. 51" Press. 160 lbs. 21,000 t.e. MLW 51132 5/1912

Donated June 1960 CRHA Delson. Loaned 1983 CRHA New Brunswick Division.


G-16-a 1112 (ex CNoR 1112) Cyl. 20" x 24" Drv. 57" Press. 180 lb. t.e 25% MLW #50810 1912


Previously at CRM Delson as QNS&L 1112

QNSL 1112 ex CNR nee CNoR MLW 50810 2/1912
Displayed at CRM, Delson 8/1962 to 1992 then to Smiths Falls.
8/18/1962 Clayton Langstaff

 


 

G-16-a 1158 (ex CNoR 1158) Cyl. 20" x 24" Drv. 57" Press. 180 lb. t.e 25% MLW #52587 4/1913
Displayed at Western Development Museum, North Battleford, SK Roman Litarchuk


Consolidation 2-8-0

2616 (ex GTR 767) first of ten engine order.
Cyl. 23" x 32" Drv. 63" Press. 180 lbs. t.e. 41% Brooks 49664 1911
Displayed at Haliburton, Ontario.


 

Mikado 2-8-2

S-1-b 3254 out of service when it was just another locomotive. Ex CGR 2854 CLC 1463 1917

Steamtown's 3254 with annual Ice Harvest excursion blasts through Elmhurst enroute to Tobyhanna, Pa.
January 17, 2009.


Pacific 4-6-2

J-4-a class 5080 (ex CGR 453) MLW #54764 4/1914
Grand Beach, Man. 7/1947 Stan F. Styles/Bud Laws Collection

5080 (see above) one of a number of CNR Pacific-type steam locomotives preserved across Canada.
Prince Albert, SK 2007 Roman Litarchuck

5270 (ex CGR 498) in Moncton late 1940's. MLW 59482 1918
Andy Mc.Culluch Collection/Walter Pfefferle Collection

These children are posing before a newly-placed 5270 donated to the City of Moncton July 1961.
Postcard photograph by L. McCauley. Andy Mc.Culluch Collection/Walter Pfefferle Collection

K-3-b 5588 (ex GTR 213) GTR 1513 1911 on display on the Windsor waterfront.
That is Detroit in the background across the St.Clair River. 7/1967
Joseph Testagrose Collection


Hudson 4-6-4

5703 masquerading as 5700 a number applied after retirement.
Originally displayed at NMS&T in Ottawa.
Now at ECRM in St. Thomas.


Mountain 4-8-2

6015 brought here from CRM in Delson in trade for 6060 previously displayed here and returned to service by CNR.
Joseph Testagrose Collection

6015 on display at Jasper, Alberta. 8/19/2011 Larry De Bert

6077 Number 94 The Maple Leaf from Niagara Falls to Toronto at Oakville due to stop 8.21 A.M.
Saturday, March 23, 1957 Bud Laws Collection

Here she is again. One of three Bullet Nose Betty engines still in existance including 6069 and the famous 6060.
After received at Capreol it got Vanderbilt water tender 80101 off Northern 6138.

Here she is now! NORM (Northern Ontario Railway Museum) Capreol 4/26/2016
Photographer was riding VIA's No. 1 Canadian at the time.
Note: That strange looking "thing" at far right is a hot ladle car.


Northern 4-8-4

6153 racing through Grimsby, Ontario with a short passenger train in 1948.

6153 preserved following its later years powering excursion trains. Exporail June 10, 2011 Marc Caya

6213 when it was just another Northern. Toronto 4/1944 Francis Gschwind/Bud Laws Collection

6213 Famous excursion engine well-cared for over the years. 7/1974 CNE grounds in Toronto. Joseph Testagrose

6400 beautifully restored, it was part of Railway Week in Belleville, Ont. June 23-28,1964.

Preserved at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Ottawa.


Six-Wheel switchers 0-6-0

O-18-a 7456 (ex GTR 1781) Cyl. 22" x 26" Drv. 51" Press. 175 lbs. t.e. 37% GTR #1500/8 1920
Montreal, September 2, 1952 Howard Davis/Bud Laws collection

Two Canada and Dominion Sugar ex CNR engines were acquired c.1964 by the
Ontario government for a still-born Transportation Museum in Toronto.
Both 7456 and 7470 were re-sold and both still exist.
The other engine, 7470 is well known as Conway Scenic 47.


Note: Old Time Trains was responsible for the original preservation of both engines.


Conway Scenic 7470 in full CNR paint scheme. North Conway, New Hampshire 9/16/2013


 

 

 

 



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