1400 1900 Passenger F Units
See also: The Dominion
Number 1 The Canadian led by 1404_1903_1409 westbound on track 4 Ottawa Station. CNR cars at right are on track 5, a yard track. Note the white wagon used only for ice for air conditioning. Six 300 lbs. blocks would be loaded into underslung bunkers. Parlor cars took 18 blocks, almost 3 tons! No easy task. Further, it was common for two carmen to go through a car and a half of ice per 8 hour shift! Smaller ice, used for drinking water was handled by the "ice man".
Number 22 engines 1405-19xx arriving at Windsor Station
in Montreal from Toronto 7/04/1954. John Dziobko
1405_19xx outbound with No 354 Frontenac to Quebec
City. Westmount 7/04/1954. John Dziobko
1405 leads eastbound passenger train at Banff, AB December
25,1960 Ron Visockis
1407-1412 at Trois Rivieres, Que. 5/9/1968 Max Miller/Bud Laws Collection
Pair of FP7A units 1413 leads First 22 from Toronto at
Montreal West 6/23/1959 Bob Krone
1416 leads a GP9 passenger unit and another A unit. Lake
Louise unique log station.
1429_19x9_14xx Number 1's power being refueled and watered at Calgary station. August 25, 1961
1430 (ex 4074) and a pair of B-unit 1900's on No. 354
Frontenac pool train heads off towards Quebec City.
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