CN 6200 gleams in the morning sun on a hot summer day.
Named for CP engineer and Bytown Railway Society volunteer and authour Duncan du Fresne, this GE 50-tonner is located near the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa and is owned by the By... (more)
A broadside view of CN 6200 on a sunny morning. It has 73 inch drivers and a Vandberbilt tender. Underneath the cab window is '57%,' representing a tractive effort of nearly 57,000 pounds (56,785 ... (more)
4-8-4 CN 6200 on a sunny Christmas Eve.
Crossing over the Jock River.
Fall day at the Ottawa station.
Leaving Hurdman Station.
Just east of St. Laurent Road in Ottawa on its way to Montreal.
Travelling through Dwyer Hill at 140km/h on a snowy day.
CN GP40-2LW 9611 and 9544 with two Burlington Northern F45's 6609 and 6611 eastbound at Ottawa, Ontario on March 04, 1987.
Built by MLW in 1942, 4-8-4 CN 6200 is currently preserved near the Canada Science and Technology Museum.
Behind preserved CN 6200 is the recently completed Collections Conservation Centre, which will house artifacts that the Canada Science and Technology Museum doesn't have room for in the building t... (more)
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.