Old CP lettering for this boxcar built 1959.
A narrow gauge loco built in 1956, that was operating in Newfoundland.
A "Consolidation" type steam loco, built 1902 by SLW (Schenectady Locomotive Work).
This baby, once owned by the canadian government, needs to be restored. Built in 1951 by MLW (Montreal Locomotive Work).
This is the first diesel-electric loco in Canada, built in 1929 by CLC (Canadian Locomotive Co).
A 10-wheeler, mfg in 1914.
An 8-wheeler, mfg in 1886.
An old GE boxcab built in 1914 that served on the Montréal-Deux Montagnes commuter route. See photo 12608 for sister unit 6710.
A "Hudson" type steam loco, mfg 1914 by MLW (Montréal Locomotive Works)
An industrial gas loco, mfg by Plymouth (model JLC-2) in 1928
A "Mogul" type steam loco, built 1900.
This is the "Rocket", the very first electric tramway used by the MSR. It replaced sled tramway (photo 27183) in 1892. Hopefully, it has been preserved and is in operating condition.
Drawn by horses. Circa 1875