This picture was taken at St. Clet more than 22 years after the beautiful photo at the same location recently posted by Ian Stronach. It's interesting to consider what had changed and what had st... (more)
Before roller bearings on freight cars and hotbox detectors were standard equipment the CPR special instructions stated that "Freight and mixed trains will not run, unless otherwise provided,... (more)
A Canadian Pacific freight behind four-unit MLW lashup consisting of three RS18s and an RS3 rumbles west at St. Clet, Quebec. The substantial station there, like many across the CPR system, double... (more)
Having completed its mandated 40 mile standing inspection this westbound freight soon will lift out behind a classic CPR lashup - M636/C424/C424/RS-3 (leased from the B&M) on its way from Montreal... (more)
Two GP-35's, a C424 and an FA-2 have a westbound freight accelerating through the just thawed fields toward St. Clet where they will have to stop to make their mandated standing inspection. As ro... (more)
As all trains were required to do, the crew of this westbound has completed its standing inspection and soon will depart St. Clet.
Having completed the required standing inspection, the train soon will continue on its way to Smith Falls.
The train powered by two M636's that are barely four months old is stopped to make a standing inspection, as all westbound freights did at St. Clet. In this era of most freight cars still having ... (more)