A broadside view of the nose of CN 6765, preserved at Exporail.
After having been placed in a section of the Angus pavilion where 3/4 shots were not doable, CN 6765 has been moved to another row, where it is more shootable.
Before its move. Until last week and its replacement by the Dominion of Canada steam engine, CN 6765 occupied a central place in the main hall, beside CP 2850. Now it has been moved to a fa... (more)
CP & CN side-by-side! CP 2850 (MLW 4-6-4), and CN 6765 (MLW FPA4) sit at the entrance of Exporail.
Far from Spencer and the limelight.... While sister engine CN 6789 has been smoking it up and impressing the railfans in Spencer, CN 6765 has to be content with having survived and t... (more)
Something that used to be a colorful sight on the railways is now being preserved at Exporail.
CN 6765 & CP 2850 are seen from an elevated viewpoint at Exporail. For more train photos, click here.
CN 6765, the only MLW FPA4 preserved in Canada, is seen from an elevated vantage point at Exporail. For more train photos, check out http://www.railpictures.net/photos/mtlwestrailfan/
Halloween at Exporail! CN 6765 and a number of other exhibits at Exporail have been decorated for Halloween. To the left can be seen the crown on Royal Hudson CP 2850, also decorated for Ha... (more)
What was once the premier passenger diesel locomotive on CN's roster sits under the pavilion in its original colours.
Lighting on the front of engine made the nose glow
Preserved equipment at Exporail (Canadian Railway Museum) in St.Constant,Quebec.
I use an Olympus C-3000zoom.This shot was hand held.Shutter speed 1/10 sec,Aperture F2.8,400 ISO,and focal lenght ... (more)
CN 50's decorated, original color
Built in 1955, 1800 bhp. In 2003 this jewel was transfered inside the museum's brand new building