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Preserved Steam Locomotives

C.P.R. 1 Countess of Dufferin Baldwin 2660 January 1872.

C.P.R. No. 1 Countess of Dufferin oldest preserved CPR steam locomotive. Baldwin 2660 1/1872
Winnipeg 5/10/1948 Paul Mc. Grane Collection

Countess of Dufferin displayed at Winnipeg Railway Musum inside Winnipeg Union Station. September 17, 2011.

A1e 4-4-0 29 repainted with correct lettering style applied by Streamline Studios.
CPR headquarters Gulf Canada Square Calgary June 27, 2012 Rick Janzen

144 on display inside Exporail.

374 all decorated poses with 2862 in Vancouver 1946. Canadian Pacific Railway/Steve Morris Collection
SA class 374 was on train No.1 May 23,1887. The first train into Vancouver.

SA class 374 long displayed at Kitsilano Beach. Shown here at the restored Drake Street roundhouse in downtown
Vancouver during 122nd. anniversary festivities held May 17, 2009. Balto/RailroadForums.com

492 on display inside Exporail

 

D10g 894 a well-worn engine painted up for display at Doon Pioneer Village, Doon, (Kitchener) Ontario. 5/1964
CPR Angus 1/1911

1095 displayed in its home town of Kingston, Ontario next to the CPR station in downtown.
W. J. L. Gibbons

1201 all painted up for display at NMS&T

1201 is stored, hidden from the public at the Canada Science & Technology Museum in Ottawa.

G5c 1246 in tourist operation at Steamtown USA, Riverside, Bellows Falls, Vermont. June 17, 1978 Bill Rogerson
Note the US-style visored headlight with slanted illuminated number boards also the
relocated bell in fixed position with the clapper moved by air giving a cow bell type of sound.
Engineer Andy Barbarra (ex DL&W) and fireman Howard Freeman (ex B&O).

Steamtown USA 2317 the most famous 2300 nicely painted in passenger colours.
Riverside, Bellows Falls, Vermont. October 1980 Edward Ozog

2317 still in passenger colours but in need of a good wash and cleaning.
Steamtown USA, Scranton, Pennsylvania. October 18, 1985. John Petro

2634 on display outdoors for many years. June 7, 1973 Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Seen here on moving day!
Western Development Museum,


Royal Hudsons

2839 was once part of the Government of Ontario collection for the still-born Transportation Museum in Toronto.
Its disposal caused dismay and resentment when it went to the USA where it had a chequered career with various owners.
The Royal Hudson operated for a time including mainline excursions before being stored and eventually acquired by a
private automobile museum in Sylmar, California where it remains.

2839 heads south on a three day trip from Alexandria, VA to the Southern Railway steam shop in Birmingham, AL.
This is her first trip on the Southern Railway which had leased it for their own main line steam program.
Gretna, Virginia March 3, 1979

Sylmar, California

2850 "The" Royal Hudson inside Exporail

2858 inside NMS&T in Ottawa.

2860 preserved 8/1964 by the City of Vancouver. It was fired up and tested briefly at Drake Street.
Leif Sorensen Collection


 

2928 preserved at Canadian Railway Museum in Delson. 8/10/1974

3101 IPSCO Park, Regina.

3651 preserved in Lethbridge. 4/22/2013 Braedan Dunne

3716 hauling its train on Kettle Valley Steam Railway.

5468 on display at Revelstoke Railway Museum. July 2, 2008 Robert (Rob) Brown
The interior of a steam locomotive cab is as complex looking as an aircraft cockpit to the uninitiated.
Slightly different angle (below) in black and white tends to back date the photo to the steam era.


5468

T1c 5931 first of the last order of Selkirks. Note the unusal plow pilot. MLW 76221 2/1949
Calgary station July 31, 1951 Arthur B. Johnson/Bud Laws Collection

 

Two Selkirks have been preserved. 5931 (renumbered 5934) at Heritage Park in Calgary,
and 5935 at Exporail near Montreal. photo January 13, 2007.

6275 is preserved inside the Huron County Pioneer Museum in Goderich.
July 31, 2013 James A. Brown



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