Mayo Lumber No. 3, a 1924 built Lima 50-Ton 2-Truck Shay, Hillcrest Lumber Company No. 9, a 1915 built 50-Ton 2-Truck Climax and British Columbia Forest Products No.9, a Whitcomb Locomotive Works ... (more)
Bloedel Stewart & Welch Ltd #1, a 1911 built Lima 42-Ton 2-Truck Shay, on display at the BC Forest Discovery Centre in Duncan, BC.
Comox Logging and Railway Company 50-Ton 2-Truck Shay #12 on display at the Kaatza Station Museum in Lake Cowichan.
This 42-ton 2-Truck Shay was built in 1912 by the Lima Locomotive Works for Weist Logging Co. in Port Alberni, where it operated as #1. Between 1918 and 1950, it was operated as #2, in Franklin R... (more)
Port Alberni Railway's passenger train makes its way into the Yard at Port Alberni. Leading the consist is dead in tow Lima 42 ton 2-truck Shay #2 followed by GE 45T #11. Alberni Pacific #2 entere... (more)
1924 built Lima 50-Ton 2-Truck Shay, Mayo Lumber Co No. 3. Originally donated in 1967 this locomotive worked the Kettle Valley tourist railroad from 1995 to 2009 before returning to be on display ... (more)
Comox Logging and Railway Company No. 12, a 1927 built Lima 50-Ton 2-Truck Shay on display at the former Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway station in Lake Cowichan.
Mayo Lumber Co No. 3, a 1924 built Lima 50-Ton 2-Truck Shay on display at the BC Forest Discovery Centre. Originally donated in 1967, this locomotive returned to Duncan in 2009 after spending 14 y... (more)
B.C Forest Discovery Centre’s standard gauge locomotives include Mayo Lumber No. 3, a 1924 built Lima 50-Ton 2-Truck Shay, Hillcrest Lumber Company No. 9, a 50-Ton 2-Truck Climax originally built ... (more)