GP9 AMT 1311 and LRC-3 VIA 6921 are coupled together at Exporail.
The business end of wreck crane CP 414501 is seen at Exporail on a sunny afternoon.
The evolution of CP steam. Built 52 years apart, 4-4-0 CP 144 (built by CP in 1886) and 4-6-4 CP 2850 (built by MLW in 1938) illustrate the evolution of CP steam as they rest side by side i... (more)
70-tonner CN 30 out in the sun and snow at Exporail.
Control cab in the background. CP 414501 is a 250-ton self-propelled wreck crane built by Industrial Brownhoist that is preserved at Exporail. Lurking in the background is control cab CP 11... (more)
A broadside view of the nose of CN 6765, preserved at Exporail.
Canadian Pacific F94 is shunting cars at Lafarge in St-Constant.
4-6-0 CP 492 is decorated for Halloween at Exporail
Moved into the Angus Pavillion just a few weeks ago was motorcar CN 15824, a 1926 veteran built by Ottawa Car Mfg Co.
An overhead view of 4-4-0 CP 144
After being used in the 'steel challenge' at Exporail (where teams of twenty people competed to see who could pull it the furthest), MLW RS-18 CN 3684 is parked, with M-420W SLQ 3569 nearby.
A broadside view of 4-6-4 CN 5702 before it was moved into the Angus Pavilion at Exporail.
Two successful and long-lived roadswitcher models in Canada are seen preserved at Exporail: MLW RS-18 CN 3684 and EMD GP9 AMT 1311 (ex-CN).
Preserved LRC-3 VIA 6921 at Exporail.
All together. All of Exporail's preserved AMT equipment is together by Hays Station: GP9 AMT 1311, generator car AMT 603 and coaches AMT 1101 & AMT 827.