This pair of CLC CFA 16-4s were in their declining years when captured at Cranbrook, BC in April 1968. The 4104 survives in a historic locomotive collection in Alberta.
Eastbound train 984, Trail BC to Calgary -Alyth AB, curves around the loop at McGillivray before the final assualt on Crowsnest Pass. Today a coal mine spur branches off a wye and a small yard exi... (more)
CP train 980 having just picked up a UP interchange train at Eastport ID waits at the Yahk station for clearance to enter the Nelson Sub for the balance of the run to Cranbrook BC
CPR 4095 leads the morning passenger with TH&B equipment from Hamilton's Hunter St. Station to Union Station in Toronto.
Power sits at the East end of Crowsnest Yard. Sentry Mountain looms over the scene
One of Canadian Pacific's three E8 units departs Montreal West with the CP and B&M RED WING from Boston. These units were built at LaGrange and were the only E units in Canada.
A rainy Monday morning finds famous H1b Hudson 2816 stopped at Montreal West with a long suburban train from Rigaud.
H1c Royal Hudson 2823 has stopped with a Monday commuter train to Montreal. The engineer looks back for a signal to depart.
CPR H1c Royal Hudson 2821 was one of a number of stored locomotives in two lines at St Luc.
Famous CP H1b 4-6-4 2816 was stored in beautiful condition at St Luc in November 1957. The engine was returned to service later and was in the Montreal commuter train power pool at The Glen roundh... (more)
Oh! Those FA'sCP MLW FA-1 4020, MLW RS-3 8433 and MLW FPA-2 4095 idle at Quebec St. in London, ON.
The Empress leads an impressive train over the Fraser River at Cisco with FP9 1401 and F9B 1900 as the trailing power on their Eastbound trip to Kamloops
From the J.A. Payne estate. The photographer was 15 when he took this picture in 1909. It shows the Stoney Creek Bridge 20 years before CPR engineers twinned the arches and changed the deck to gir... (more)
The Royal Canadian Pacific is led by newly restored FP9 as it crosses Cisco bridge on her first trip East through the Fraser Canyon
For a couple of years in the early 1980's it was possible to experience a traditional passenger train on the now-abandonned Kettle Valley route.