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904 engine 8793 passing BM_1271 yard engine. White River Jct. Vermont
8921 with the Transfer westbound at Mile 205.18 of the
Belleville Sub. just east of Leaside.
See also Riding The Dominion with steam 1951
No. 41 Atlantic Limited
Two views just west of Delson.
No. 41 eng. 8571_8480 with 2 express container flats, 2 baggage & express cars, coach, Skyline, coming .......
... and going! Three Business Cars on the rear! March 1, 1959 Phil Mason
Here we see 4051 doubleheading with 2856 a Toronto engine.
This interesting photograph has no caption or date.
CLC-FM H16-44 8721 (8723-44xx) running Extra, with engineer waving. Kamloops, BC April 1967 Ron Visockis
8475 with a suburban train on a cold afternoon at Westmount. February 23, 1965
4062-4446 led this special train that was operated over
the Victoria Day weekend May 24, 1952. It was run for the benefit
of Nicholas Morant, CPR Special photographer. It was stopped and
photographed at several locations west of Calgary in order to provide
up-to-date photographs for public time tables and brochures. These would
replace old steam locomotive hauled trains depicted currently. A 12 car
set of matching equipment consisting of lightweight cars with older heavyweight
cars on the rear less noticeable. N.R.Crump was Vice President
at the time and he approved the special train being run without passengers.
The two men in the canoe are not fishing. They are in fact the train's
conductor and trainman posing for the photographer with a canoe out of
the baggage car! Gap Lake, Alberta with Wind Range of mountains in the
8900 a brand new Train Master with dynomometer
car 62 testing its performance with Number 42 from Montreal.
Note: The test was to see if a single diesel unit of this size could handle the train replacing a K1 class 4-8-4 (Montreal-Megantic) or a G3 4-6-2 steam locomotive beyond. The test results showed a single unit was not capable of handling this heavy a train under all conditions. If running late it would not be able to recover time. The result was two units were assigned, these were MLW FPA2 and FPB2 A and B units.
7011 with employee train running between Montreal West and Sortin yard. c.late 1940's Ron Ritchie
Two brand new (built 5/1957) MLW RS-18's 8743 and 8742
power the "hot" Pig train leaving Montreal for John Street.
Operator L.B.Chapman hooping up orders to No. 90 engine 8784 at Stittville,ON Thursday, July 1, 1965 Bill Linley
FA-2 4043 (MLW 77713 7/1951) leads a set of A-B-B-A covered
wagons through downtown Calgary station in 1951.
FA-1's 4003-4004 looking brand new in this undated photograph
at Trois Rivieres, Quebec. Alco 76855-76856 6/1949
HS-11 with ancient wooden box car. Portage La Prairie L.B.Chapman Collection
Number 42 Atlantic Limited engine 4073 with two
container cars behind the baggage car has arrived at Union Station.
This was the old CNR Union Station opened March 8, 1933 to replace the old 1884 ICR Union Station first used by CPR June 3, 1889. Mileage 87.0 CNR Sussex Subdivision. CPR reached this station using trackage rights of 0.17 miles from their Saint John Sub. (Mc.Adam Sub.) until 1970 when they moved to their own station within a new office building three miles to the west. CPR used that station from October 25, 1970 until October 28, 1979. CNR used this station until June 6, 1973 after which it was demolished and trains used a modern new CN station two miles to the east until October 1979 when VIA opened a new station near the old Union Station. Canada Science and Technology Museum/CN Collection
4074 Number 41 formerly The Atlantic Limited (two
views) arriving at Windsor Station. Spring 1971
CPR was an intermodal pioneer.
MLW FA2 4085 with The Allouette eastbound near
7107-7100 MLW (7-6/1949) S-4 in m.u. running as Extra
7107 West past Coquitlam station at
Extra 4087 West with matching B unit, both
brand new hauling the first diesel powered train to pass through Waldeck,
5821 leads two more SD40-2's AND an M-630! August 1976
5865_5710_5709_5851 running beside the Thompson River. Lytton, BC 7/18/1986
No. 2 engine 1407_1418 due 11.35 A.M. arrived at 12.55
Authorization Form allowing Number 2 engine 1407 to pass
stop signal at mile 10.0
AM Road" 4070 and 4067 with the Silver Streak
during filming of 1976 comedy-thriller movie by the same name.
Note: Filming was done at various locations including
in Alberta as well as at Toronto Yard,
This was the only time CP's Budd built stainless steel equipment was used for a movie.
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