Railway Treasures Photo Gallery

South Simcoe Railway, Tottenham, ON (July 3, 2005)
Car 74. Engine 136.
Car 200. Car 200.
Car 321. A shot of the interior of the passenger compartment of car 321.
A shot of the interior of the baggage compartment of car 321 looking from the doorway between the passenger and the baggage compartments. A shot of the interior of the baggage compartment of car 321 looking from the far end of the baggage compartment.
Engine 703. Engine 703.
Car 821. Engine 1057.
Engine 1057. The train that was used on the line that day engine 703 followed by cars 74, 821 and 321.
A crane car. An engine.

MacMillan Bloedel 1044 in Chemainus, BC (May 8, 2004)

Round House and CPR Engine 374 in Vancouver (May 4, 2004)
The round house on Davie St. The mechanism of the round house.
Plaque with the history of CPR Engine 374. Front view of 374.
Front view of 374. Rear view of 374.
Rear view of 374. Equipment car behind 374.
The boiler on 374.

CPR 2816 "Empress"
This is a CP brochure the CPR 2816 "Empress". The CP crest on the Empress.
Manufacturer decal on the boiler of the locomotive. All of the following pictures of 2816 were made on June 12, 2004 at the Milton GO Station.

Canadian National 6069
This engine stands in Sarnia along Front St. just off of the exit from highway 402. The engine was built in 1944 and retired in 1960.
The measurements of the engine.

Specifications:

 

Gross Working weight - 320 tons

Length - 93 feet

Height - 15 feet

Traction Effort - 52,315 pounds

Operating pressure - 260 pounds per square inch

Wheel Arrangement - 4-8-2


Caboose
This caboose stands in St. Thomas along Talbot St. right beside the Jumbo monument.

Elgin County Railway Museum (in St. Thomas, Ontario)
1891 Grand Trunk Western Caboose #77137

1915 London & Port Stanley Railway #L1

Specifications:

 

Length: 37 '4"

Height: 15'

Width: 9' 7"

Weight: 62 tons

Motors: 4 GE 245 HP


1957 Canadian Pacific Railway #8921

Specifications:

Builder: MLW

Model: RSD17

Class: DRS24E

Weight: 339000 Lbs

Speed: 75 mph

Motor: ALCO 2400 HP


1939 New York Central Sleeper #10075

1923 Reading #2100

Specifications:

Built: Class I10 2-8-0

Rebuilt: 1945 as class T1 4-8-4

Retired: 1965


1939 Wabash #51

Specifications:

 

Operated: 1939 to 1961

Function: Switch engine

Weight: 43 tons

Motors: 2 150HP Cummins diesels


Jordan Spreader: Canadian National #51041
This machine is used to spread ballast among railway ties and can also be used for snow removal.

1942 Fairmont Track Motorcar

Specifications:

Built: 02/02/1942

Model: M9

Type: OBD1 series G

Engine: #60496

Function: Signalling Department Car


Assorted
#61. Via Car 15000.
#10. #5504.
CN 60504 Auxiliary Diner Car. CP Midway 42137.