MLW products face off near the Sartigan's new shop.
CFS 2044 is running long hood forward as it prepares to bring CFS 2047 to the Sartigan's nearby shops.
Sartigan's light power is heading back to the shop at Scott at the end of the day. In the distance is their RS-23.
Looking on with pride. CFS 2044 is passing CFS 641 just outside a newly constructed shop as the Sartigan's chief mechanical engineer looks on with pride. CFS 641 is being used as a parts so... (more)
Shortline pride. Sartigan personnel wipe CFS 2044's long hood and those distinctive ZWT trucks get some fresh paint at the start of a shift. A photo shoot for a local business association w... (more)
After being left in a lumber yard for the day, CFS 2047 has been coupled onto three centrebeams and is being pulled west. After a few more moves, the centrebeams will be left for a client here and... (more)
'Stop passionate men at work'. Light power is leaving the home base of Scott, as repainted CFS 2044 passes an unrepainted M-420W that serves as a parts source. The blue sign at right transl... (more)
Sartigan at Scott-Jonction terminal
CFS 1828 & CFS 2044 are at rest at Scott a few minutes after arriving from a run to Joffre and back. Barely visible at far left is what will soon be an enclosed shops to park a couple of units. At... (more)
CFS 8033 is at rest and was not used by the Sartigan Railway on this day. It was built in in 1960 as CP 8033 by MLW.
Heart of an EMD GP7! On a cold night, the sixteen-cylinder diesel engine of 1500 HP (Model EMD 567B) shines in the old ex-B&M 470 EMD GP7R.
In the sunset, CFS 1828 South pass beside the ex-QCR engines at Scott, QC with 2 cars. The ex-QCR engines are QCR GG3, QCR SG2, and QCR RG5. And, in front of the CFS 1828, you can see Dannick Four... (more)
Light painting on an old MLW! In late 2012, a new railway was born in the La Beauce region ; Chemin de fer Sartigan. They bought their first engine, an MLW RS18u, in January 2013 fro... (more)
On a cold night, the 4-cycle engine of 1000 HP (Model 251D 6L) shines in the old ex-CP MLW RS-23. Thanks to Martin L. to let be this possible.