Preserved 4-8-4 CN 6200 looks sharp in the sun.
Built by MLW in 1942, 4-8-4 CN 6200 is now on display in a park outside the Canada Science and Technology Museum.
VIA 35 is not too far from finishing its run as it approaches the Ramsayville Road crossing just a bit outside of Ottawa, with VIA 902, two LRC cars and four HEP cars.
The front end of 4-8-4 CN 6200, which is preserved on the grounds in front of the Canada Science and Technology Museum.
Canadian National GMD SW1200RS 1287, switching (5) Canadian Pacific RDC's at Ottawa's Union Station on June 19, 1966. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographers name on slide.
A VIA LRC trainset is waiting for the next departure at the Ottawa station. The LRC (a bilingual acronym: in English: Light, Rapid, Comfortable; in French: Léger, Rapide, et Confortable) is a seri... (more)
Number plate and class lights now in place. Work on cosmetic restoration of 4-8-4 CN 6200 continues, with a number plate on the nose now and class lights now placed.
A building going up behind it. CN 6200 is a 4-8-4 Northern which is preserved on the grounds in front of the Canada Science and Technology Museum, which reopened to the public just a few we... (more)
The CP 150 train departing Ottawa over VIA Smiths Falls Sub.
Theatre car bringing up the rear. Theatre car CP 1 brings up the rear of part of the CP 150 train. After setting off two string of cars on two tracks, the train is leaving Ottawa Station wi... (more)
In the middle of a refurbishment, 4-8-4 CN 6200 sits on the grounds in front of the Canada Science and Technology Museum, scheduled to reopen in a few months, after being closed since 2014.
CP 150 train shunting cars in Ottawa.
One of a kind wrap trailing. A late VIA 35 is splitting the signals just east of Ottawa Station with the only VIA first class car to be wrapped, in a unique scheme (VIA 3476).
A Roger Puta Photograph
Train 49, The Capital A Roger Puta Photograph