The only Train Master to survive the scrapper's torch rests at Exporail.
Two trains wait to leave Revelstoke, British Colimbia.
A trio, all built in Kingston. Three products of the CLC (Canadian Locomotive Company) works in Kingston, Ontario are on display at Exporail. Left to right are 2-10-2 CN 4100 (built 1924), ... (more)
CP 119 takes a drink at the former fuel stands, now contracted out and done by truck
CP 8905 + SOO 6026 haul 112 through Marathon
The only Train Master left. CP 8905, preserved at Exporail is the only H24-66 (aka Train Master) to have survived. It was built by CLC (Canadian Locomotive Company) who had a licens... (more)
The builders plate on CP 8905 at Exporail (the only surviving Trainmaster). For more train photos, check out http://www.railpictures.net/photos/mtlwestrailfan/
CP 8905 sits menacingly tall towards the back of the museum.
Two eastbounds led by CP 8905 and CP 8950 wait to leave Revelstoke.
One of CP's new ES44s brings up the rear of this eastbound intermodal.
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)
Fairbanks-Morse engine cylinder ; air cock, fuel pump and injector can be seen. It's an opposed pistons engine; one piston at each end of cylinders with dual crankshafts.