Happy Halloween! CP 2850 (the original Royal Hudson) and LNER 4489 (the Dominion of Canada) are decorated for Halloween at Exporail.
The circus is in town! As part of a circus train exhibit, Exporail has decorated certain pieces with circus illustrations. In the foreground is CP 2850, the original Royal Hudson.
Christmas at Exporail. CP 2850 and LNER 4489 are in the middle of the main hall at Exporail, with Christmas decorations out.
A pair of steam engines for Christmas? CP 2850 and LNER 4489 are in the middle of the main hall at Exporail, with Christmas decorations out.
A slightly menacing CP 2850. CP 2850, the first Royal Hudson, has been given some decorations for Halloween at Exporail.
In the presence of royalty. Here we see the MLW builders plate and Royal Crest on CP 2850, preserved at Exporail. CP 2850 was the CP Hudson that led the Royal train across Canada in ... (more)
The original Royal Hudson. A number of people await the chance to enter the cab of CP 2850, the original Royal Hudson. It is normally not open to the public but it was this weekend. ... (more)
CP 2850 (MLW 4-6-4 Royal Hudson) and CN 6765 (MLW FPA4) are rightfully at the center of the main hall at Exporail. For more train photos, click more)
Merry Christmas and happy holidays! CP 2850 (a 4-6-4 Royal Hudson built by MLW in 1938) and CN 6765 (an FPA4 built by MLW in 1958) can be seen on either side of Exporail's Christmas tree an... (more)
Spooky Hudson! CP 2850 (the original Royal Hudson) and a number of other exhibits at Exporail have been decorated for Halloween. Check out the skull in the cab of CN 6765 to the right! For ... (more)
A pair of relics sit next to each other: A Canadian Pacific Royal Hudson and a Canadian National MLW FPA4.
Preserved equipment at Exporail (Canadian Railway Museum) in St.Constant,Quebec.
I use an Olympus C-3000zoom.This shot was hand held on a bar.Shutter speed 1/3 sec,Aperture F2.8,400 ISO,and focal... (more)