Preserved former CP Rail M630 4563 on display at the Canadian Railway Museum (Exporail) in Saint-Constant.
BCOL 712, an M630 is in for servicing at the North Vancouver, BC engine house on a warm August evening in 1985. This unit still sported the PGE inspired two tone green, while newer SD40-2s were ar... (more)
CP 4563, an MLW M630 heads an eastbound empty coal train through the east switch at Spuzzum, BC as the train heads towards Hellsgate and North Bend for a crew change.
SQUAMISH BC August 14 1981 -- British Columbia Railway M-630 714 is awaiting an assignment.
CP/D&H trains 700/701, sulfuric acid tank cars from Montreal to Baltimore and returning empties, frequently included MLW power in their locomotive consists. Getting them on the road with an MLW l... (more)
CP 4563 and an SD40-2 have their eastbound empty coal train well underway at Saddle Rock between Yale and Spuzzum, BC. The MLW is equipped as a radio control master, and "slave units" ar... (more)
Montreal Locomotive Works M630, CP 4563 leads an SD40-2 on an empty coal train headed to North Bend, BC along the Fraser River north of Yale. CP's transcontinental mainline looks pretty insignific... (more)
Back in August 1975 I made my first trip into the Fraser and Thompson canyons with my friend Tim Repp. We tallied about 70 trains in as many hours, an amazing experience. The second train photogra... (more)
A collection of colorful Centuries gathers for the morning operations near Bridge 60.
Big Pink is in the shop to have the GVT paint scheme applied. The frenched ditchlights, a feature I always liked, are gone. Also, gone, and good riddance, will be the pink and grey. What was MLW... (more)
Tied down on the siding northbound.
DL 3643 leads a 6 locomotive mix of Alcos and MLWs through the Delaware Water Gap with a long train, putting on a nice show of smoke and making a wonderful noise as the engineer works to keep the ... (more)
"Slowing for the Drop"
DL PT-98 at Steamtown, switching and prepare the PT-98 for a depart in the day.
DL PT-98 at Tobyhanna station.