One of Canadian Pacific's three E8 units departs Montreal West with the CP and B&M RED WING from Boston. These units were built at LaGrange and were the only E units in Canada.
Canadian Pacific P1d 5114 pulls hard upgrade with stock cars under the Sherbrooke St. bridge in the late afternoon.
Canadian Pacific FP9 units depart Montreal West with train 22 from Toronto and Chicago. The lead unit is sporting green flags for another section following. This train had been the assignment for ... (more)
Royal Hudson 2822 rolls to a stop with the third morning train from Vaudreuil. The transit style farebox was used on this platform for the short-distance commuters getting on here for Westmont or ... (more)
Royal Hudson 2822 and Pacific types 2461 and 2426 are lined up after having been turned at Vaudreuil. They are ready for the Tuesday morning parade of commuter trains to Montreal.
G3h Pacific 2459 is hot and ready to go at The Glen. The two enginemen look as though they're going to a costume party but that's the way they used to dress. One of them even has a long-spout oil ... (more)
H1c Royal Hudson 2841 basks in the bright Monday sunshine near the coaling tower after being serviced. The locomotive will haul the afternoon express to Ottawa.
G3g Pacific 2408 is being wiped down and watered at The Glen after the morning clouds have burned away. The railroad kept the Montreal commuter power clean right up to the end.
G3g Pacific 2412 and G3h 2426 have been turned and will be serviced for the afternoon suburban rush. The obvious difference between these mostly similar locomotives are the two different feedwater... (more)
This engine is now restored and operated by Canadian Pacific as " The Empress ". The good-looking Hudson type rides the turntable after having arrived earlier with a suburban train from Rigaud, Qu... (more)
Canadian Pacific 2412 is a G3g Pacific painted in an all black scheme. The running gear is cleaned at The Glen as the engine is serviced for later in the day.
G3h Pacific 2461 takes water in the morning during the turning and servicing of all of the commuter steam power at the Glen.
A rainy Monday morning finds famous H1b Hudson 2816 stopped at Montreal West with a long suburban train from Rigaud.
Steam power still hauled commuter trains and one express to Ottawa in June 1959. H1c Royal Hudson 2822 departs for Ottawa on Sunday afternoon with the express.
Candian National FP9 units lead train 4, CONTINENTAL, on the last leg to Montreal.