Northbound Train 93 has just left the yard south of town and is passing the CPR freight shed in the centre of Newport. The line to Richford VT and Brookport QC diverges to the right. Train 93 wa... (more)
The Cornwall Swing was a local job that worked between St. Luc Yard and Cornwall, ON. The woodchip cars will be for the two paper mills and the tanks cars for the paper mills or the CIL chemical ... (more)
The RS-10 was a Montreal Locomotive Works product for which there was no ALCo equivalent. It had the 244 engine like the RS-3 but in a tall carbody to more easily fit a steam generator and dynami... (more)
An MLW-only model, an RS-10 is basically an RS-3 with a long hood. MLW built 129 of this model for four railways and only two survive. One of them is ONR 1400, preserved at Exporail.
On Sunday afternoons the "Cornwall Swing" had what appeared to be a very unusual lashup. The four FP7A's had been brought to St. Luc Yard from Vaudreuil (Dorion) on Friday evening after... (more)
The RS-10 was a Canadian only model produced by Montreal Locomotive Works. It essentially was a RS-3 in a new carbody. The train is leaving St. Luc Yard and passing the "car compound" ... (more)
Rear end view of unit RS-10 8598 at Toronto Yard on July 19, 1983.
I was not taking pictures yet when my family went on a summer vacation through Ontario and Quebec in August 1972. We stopped at CP's Sherbrooke yard and found a lot of activity, with two RS10s an... (more)
Train 915 with 8599 pulls into the siding for a meet with Train 904.
With a puff of Alco smoke, Canadian Pacific RS-10 8572 accelerates an outbound commuter train away from the stop at Valois, Quebec, en route from Montreal's Windsor Station to suburban Vaudreuil.
A Roger Puta Photograph
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.
A trio of MLW's. ONR 1400 is one of only two MLW RS-10's that have been preserved I believe and is seen here at Exporail. To its right are two more MLW products. CP 1100 was built for CP as... (more)
One of my favourite locations in Galt, ON, was this crossing on the way to Orrs Lake, west of the Grand River. Heavy westbounds with first generation power would often be done in by the grade, al... (more)