Another day sets as Empress 2816 returns to roost at Ogden yard.
CPR H1c Royal Hudson 2821 was one of a number of stored locomotives in two lines at St Luc.
Famous CP H1b 4-6-4 2816 was stored in beautiful condition at St Luc in November 1957. The engine was returned to service later and was in the Montreal commuter train power pool at The Glen roundh... (more)
Westbound from St.Paul to Calgary after doublehead excursions with MILW261
Deadheading east after a role in the movie Coal Miner's Daughter, leased ex-CP Royal Hudson sits momentarily for a portrait in Natural Tunnel.
CP 2816 makes a break in run from Calgary to Banff.
The Royal Hudson is seen at daybreak passing through the west end of Saugus siding on its return trip north. Engine and train were in Southern California to drum up interest in Canada.
Looking like she should still be pulling "The Dominion", CP 2816 struts her stuff eastward with a charter train for UK-based travel group GW Travel.
With yard pilot Y156 on the right of photo, R761 prepares to depart Melbourne Southern Cross station on a charter into a little country town named Wycheproof. Also in the consist are locomotives T... (more)
R761 after arriving into Southern Cross station from the workshops about to begin a weekender charter to Wycheproof.
Transferring back to Melbourne from Wycheproof after being left there on a railfan tour the week before, Hudson R761 leads diesel T356 and a coal wagon as they roll across the Taradale viaduct.
On a cool fall day the Empress highballs Spences Bridge as she makes her way east to Kamloops along side the Thompson River
The Empress and her train head east through Spences Bridge on a cool fall day
The Empress and her train are heading east along side the Thompson River towards Kamloops. On the opposite side of the river is Canadian National's Ashcroft Sub
The Empress leads an impressive train over the Fraser River at Cisco with FP9 1401 and F9B 1900 as the trailing power on their Eastbound trip to Kamloops