Nope, this wasn't taken in Germany! Ottawa's OC Transpo O-Train rolls above the Rideau River on its way south to Greenboro station. This 8-km light rail service operates on two former CP su... (more)
A 4-8-4 Northern type built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in June 1942. Class U2g. Boiler number 69698, class U-2-g. It was transferred to the museum in June 1967.
OC Transpo commuter crosses the Rideau River entering Carleton University station.
After being retired for 15+ years, ex CP 9251, is loaded onto a flat car to be shipped out for rebuild. Once rebuilt it will see regular service with VIA Rail, becoming only the second remaining R... (more)
CN 9400 was retired in1969 and sent to the science and techno museum in Ottawa where she stayed outdoor until the 90,s then sent to the CN shops in Mtl for a paint job and sent to the Delson museu... (more)
VIA 49 departs Ottawa for Toronto,since I took this picture,they have levelled the earth mound on which I was standing.
VIA 34 ready to leave to Montreal.
And old lady now on rest
Stone Consolidated #2. In storage, note cover on stack.
Being stored at the yard. Built 1960, ex-CN 1376. Miramichi Pulp and Paper (now Repap) number 711.
Parked. Built 1958, ex-CP 1824.
Engine off, Saturday morning.
Out for the first time, the last remaining superintendant car built by the CP Farhnam shop is showing her new Tuscan red coat at the MST in Ottawa, (Owned by Bytown Railway Society)
Test run of the Shay at CSTM.