251’s Last Stand
Although Alco exited the locomotive business in 1969, Canadian subsidiary MLW continued building locomotives for the North American market into the 1980’s. The... (more)
The Moncton, NB - Toronto, ON train #305 hustles through Kingston
Via 63 pulls into Kingston for a station stop
Hometown steam engine. Built by the Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston in 1913, 4-6-0 CP 1095 is preserved in its hometown by the waterfront along Lake Ontario. To the left is the form... (more)
VIA 913 with VIA 907 mid-consist passes through Kingston with combined eastbound train #60 to Montreal and train #50 to Ottawa.
Built by Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston in 1913 Class D10h 4-6-0 CP 1095 now sits on display at the Kingston Visitor Centre. (Former Kingston Inner Station on the Kingston & Pembroke Rail... (more)
Recently restored and displayed in its hometown. Restored two years ago, CP 1095 is displayed in Confederation Park in Kingston, the city where Canadian Locomotive Company built it in 1913.
Fairbanks-Morse C-Liner CPA16-5 6704, and CPB16-5 6805 with an MLW road-switcher on the Montreal-Toronto mid-morning train The LaSalle.
VIA 6439 with VIA 919 mid-consist travels East on the Kingston sub with the combined VIA 62/52 J-train to Montreal.
VIA 907 departs from Kingston with the combined VIA 60/50 J-train to Montreal.
Canadian National Railway GMD FP9 #6501 and F9B #6619, in the original green, yellow and black paint scheme. Photographer unknown.
CN 149 is taking the curve before to enter in the town of Kingston.
Via 65 rolls into Kingston
VIA 918 pulls into Kingston VIA Station bound for Toronto and further points west.
About two weeks ago a program aired and discussed about how many derailments CN seems to have, here is another. About 32 cars went off the track. The cause is not yet know but I suspect one of the... (more)