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By:Dave Broughton
Dates:4/29/2009 - 9/14/2010
Album Info:Photos of steam, diesel and electric locomotives taken at various museums.
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LE & N #335 - Milton Radial Railway Museum
Title:  LE & N #335 - Milton Radial Railway Museum
Description:  1915 Baldwin-Westinghouse electric
Photo Date:  4/29/2009  Upload Date: 5/12/2009 9:00:47 PM
Location:  Milton, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories: 
Locomotives:  LEN 335(Steeple Cab)
Views:  694   Comments: 0
CP 6591 - Smiths Falls Railway Museum
Title:  CP 6591 - Smiths Falls Railway Museum
Description: 
Photo Date:  5/4/2009  Upload Date: 5/12/2009 9:21:21 PM
Location:  Smiths Falls, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CP 6591(S3)
Views:  456   Comments: 0
CN 1112 - Smiths Falls Railway Museum
Title:  CN 1112 - Smiths Falls Railway Museum
Description:  Steam Locomotive
Photo Date:  5/4/2009  Upload Date: 5/12/2009 9:15:59 PM
Location:  Smiths Falls, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  CN 1112(4-6-0)
Views:  778   Comments: 0
CN 1112 - Smiths Falls Railway Museum
Title:  CN 1112 - Smiths Falls Railway Museum
Description:  Front view
Photo Date:  5/4/2009  Upload Date: 5/12/2009 9:19:33 PM
Location:  Smiths Falls, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  CN 1112(4-6-0)
Views:  380   Comments: 0
London & Port Stanley #L-2 on display at the Halton County Radial Railway Museum
Title:  London & Port Stanley #L-2 on display at the Halton County Radial Railway Museum
Description:  Built by General Electric in 1915, this electric box-cab locomotive had 1000 h.p. This unit was retired in 1962. The Halton County Radial Railway Museum acquired L & PS L-2 in 1997 and it awaits resoration. Serial number 5001.
Photo Date:  5/12/2009  Upload Date: 7/1/2009 11:05:31 PM
Location:  Milton, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories: 
Locomotives:  LPS L2(Boxcab)
Views:  366   Comments: 0
CN #6218
Title:  CN #6218
Description:  In-cab of this old steam engine at the Fort Erie Railway Museum.
Photo Date:  7/22/2009  Upload Date: 9/8/2009 6:56:26 AM
Location:  Fort Erie, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  InCab,Steam
Locomotives:  CN 6218(4-8-4)
Views:  1012   Comments: 0
CN #6218
Title:  CN #6218
Description:  In-cab of CN #6218 at the Fort Erie Railway Museum.
Photo Date:  7/22/2009  Upload Date: 9/8/2009 6:57:22 AM
Location:  Fort Erie, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  InCab,Steam
Locomotives:  CN 6218(4-8-4)
Views:  820   Comments: 0
CN #6218 at the Railway Museum
Title:  CN #6218 at the Railway Museum
Description:  A 4-8-4 Northern type built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in 1942. Class U2g. In 1963 it was rebuilt/restored by CN and used for rail fan trips before finally being retired in 1973. It was the last steam engine to carry passengers in Canada.
Photo Date:  7/22/2009  Upload Date: 9/8/2009 6:54:30 AM
Location:  Fort Erie, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  CN 6218(4-8-4)
Views:  875   Comments: 0
Cornwall Street Railway #17 on display
Title:  Cornwall Street Railway #17 on display
Description:  One of two Steeple Cab Class S electric freight motors built by Baldwin Westinghouse. Originally built in August 1930 as Salt Lake & Utah (SL & U)#106. In July 1946 when the SL & U ceased operations the unit was acquired by the Canadian Pacific Electric Lines where it became Grand River Railway (GRR) #230. When operations ended on the GRR and LE & N lines, the unit was sold to the Cornwall Street Railway in November 1962. It became CSR #17 until it was retired in 1971. Serial number 61456.
Photo Date:  8/16/2009  Upload Date: 9/30/2009 10:02:33 PM
Location:  Cornwall, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  CSRLP 17(Steeple Cab)
Views:  612   Comments: 0
Cornwall Street Railway #17 on display
Title:  Cornwall Street Railway #17 on display
Description:  One of two Steeple Cab Class S electric freight motors built by Baldwin Westinghouse. Originally built in August 1930 as Salt Lake & Utah (SL & U)#106. In July 1946 when the SL & U ceased operations the unit was acquired by the Canadian Pacific Electric Lines where it became Grand River Railway (GRR) #230. When operations ended on the GRR and LE & N lines, the unit was sold to the Cornwall Street Railway in November 1962. It became CSR #17 until it was retired in 1971. Serial number 61456.
Photo Date:  8/16/2009  Upload Date: 9/30/2009 10:03:49 PM
Location:  Cornwall, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  CSRLP 17(Steeple Cab)
Views:  478   Comments: 0
CP #1095 on display on the waterfront outside the old train station (now tourist information centre)
Title:  CP #1095 on display on the waterfront outside the old train station (now tourist information centre)
Description:  A D10h 10 wheel locomotive built by the Canadian Locomotive Company of Kingston in 1913. This particular unit was bought by a local service club with money raised by public subscription and then donated to the City of Kingston. The locomotive was re-named the "Spirit of Sir John A." after the 1st Prime Minister of Canada, and a citizen of Kingston, Sir John A. MacDonald.
Photo Date:  8/24/2009  Upload Date: 8/29/2009 6:50:21 AM
Location:  Kingston, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster,Steam
Locomotives:  CP 1095(4-6-2)
Views:  432   Comments: 0
CP #1095 on display on the waterfront outside the old train station (now tourist information centre)
Title:  CP #1095 on display on the waterfront outside the old train station (now tourist information centre)
Description:  A D10h 10 wheel locomotive built by the Canadian Locomotive Company of Kingston in 1913. This particular unit was bought by a local service club with money raised by public subscription and then donated to the City of Kingston. The locomotive was re-named the "Spirit of Sir John A." after the 1st Prime Minister of Canada, and a citizen of Kingston, Sir John A. MacDonald.
Photo Date:  8/24/2009  Upload Date: 8/29/2009 6:49:42 AM
Location:  Kingston, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster,Steam
Locomotives:  CP 1095(4-6-2)
Views:  721   Comments: 0
CP #1095 on display on the waterfront outside the old train station (now tourist information centre)
Title:  CP #1095 on display on the waterfront outside the old train station (now tourist information centre)
Description:  A D10h 10 wheel locomotive built by the Canadian Locomotive Company of Kingston in 1913. This particular unit was bought by a local service club with money raised by public subscription and then donated to the City of Kingston. The locomotive was re-named the "Spirit of Sir John A." after the 1st Prime Minister of Canada, and a citizen of Kingston, Sir John A. MacDonald.
Photo Date:  8/24/2009  Upload Date: 8/29/2009 6:48:33 AM
Location:  Kingston, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster,Steam
Locomotives:  CP 1095(4-6-2)
Views:  582   Comments: 0
Inside the cab of CN #5700 at the Elgin County Railway Museum,
Title:  Inside the cab of CN #5700 at the Elgin County Railway Museum,
Description: 
Photo Date:  9/3/2009  Upload Date: 10/27/2009 8:55:41 PM
Location:  St. Thomas, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  InCab,Steam
Locomotives:  CN 5700(4-6-4)
Views:  518   Comments: 0
Inside the cab of CN #5700 at the Elgin County Railway Museum
Title:  Inside the cab of CN #5700 at the Elgin County Railway Museum
Description: 
Photo Date:  9/3/2009  Upload Date: 10/27/2009 8:58:26 PM
Location:  St. Thomas, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  InCab,Steam
Locomotives:  CN 5700(4-6-4)
Views:  491   Comments: 0
L & PS L1 on display at the Elgin County Railway Museum in St. Thomas, ON.  The museum is inside the former Michigan Central Railroad Locomotive shop
Title:  L & PS L1 on display at the Elgin County Railway Museum in St. Thomas, ON. The museum is inside the former Michigan Central Railroad Locomotive shop
Description:  A 60 ton boxcab built by General Electric in 1915, this electric box-cab locomotive had 1000 h.p. Serial number 5000. It was one of three units purchased and used by L & PS. This unit was retired in 1966 and donated to the Museum of Science & Technology in Ottawa, ON It was declared surplus in 1995 and offered to the Elgin County Railway Museum. L-2 is on display at the Halton County Radial Railway Museum in Milton, ON and L-3 did not escape the cutters torch.
Photo Date:  9/3/2009  Upload Date: 10/27/2009 9:33:18 PM
Location:  St. Thomas, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  LPS L1(Boxcab)
Views:  378   Comments: 0
CN #5700 on display at the Elgin County Railway Museum which is inside the former Michigan Central Railroad Locomotive shops.  The locomotives on display are taken outside only twice a year.  Tough to photograph but interesting surroundings.  Located
Title:  CN #5700 on display at the Elgin County Railway Museum which is inside the former Michigan Central Railroad Locomotive shops. The locomotives on display are taken outside only twice a year. Tough to photograph but interesting surroundings. Located
Description:  A Hudson 4-6-4, class K-5a, built by MLW in 1930. This was one of five 4-6-4 owned by CN. Originally slated to be scrapped at the end of the steam era in 1960, 5703 received new lease on life when the original 5700, which was marked for preservation, accidentally had a cutting torch taken to it. Realizing their mistake, Canadian National pulled 5703 from the scrap line and renumbered it 5700.
Photo Date:  9/3/2009  Upload Date: 10/27/2009 9:01:31 PM
Location:  St. Thomas, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster,Steam
Locomotives:  CN 5700(4-6-4)
Views:  602   Comments: 0
TH & B #103
Title:  TH & B #103
Description:  A Class G "Consolidated" 2-8-0 built in 1910 by Montreal Locomotive Works and originally numbered TH&B #52. Serial number 48837. It was renumbered to TH&B #72 and finally TH&B #103. It was retired in 1956 and put on display in Gage Park in Hamilton, ON. until it was purchased for $1.00 by the Westfield Heritage Village. Read the full story at http://thb103.ca/
Photo Date:  3/22/2010  Upload Date: 3/23/2010 3:14:33 AM
Location:  Rockton, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster,Steam
Locomotives:  THB 103(2-6-0)
Views:  1140   Comments: 0
Wabash #51 on display at the Elgin County Railway Museum, St. Thomas, ON.
Title:  Wabash #51 on display at the Elgin County Railway Museum, St. Thomas, ON.
Description:  A 43 ton switch engine built by GE in 1939 in Erie, Pennsylvania. Powered by two 150 h.p. engines. This unit worked the St. Thomas north yard from 1939 until 1961 when it was sold to Merrillies Equipment Co. in Toronto, ON. It worked around Toronto until 1967 when it was sold to the Atlas Steel Co. in Tracy, PQ. where it worked until 1994. The Elgin County Railway Museum then purchased "Tillie" and returned her to St. Thomas, ON.
Photo Date:  7/25/2010  Upload Date: 8/27/2010 1:12:48 AM
Location:  St Thomas, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  WAB 51(45Tonner)
Views:  322   Comments: 0
CP #8921 at the Elgin County Railway Museum, St. Thomas, ON.
Title:  CP #8921 at the Elgin County Railway Museum, St. Thomas, ON.
Description:  An RSD-17 built by MLW in May 1957 and the only one ever built. It was originally numbered CP #7007 and was used as a demonstrator by CP between August and November 1957. The unit then went to CN where it was numbered CN #3899 and tested between December 1957 and March 1958. It then went to PGE where it was renumbered PGE #624 and tested between April 1958 and October 1958. It was purchased by CP in September 1959 and renumbered CP #8921. It was rebuilt and chopnosed by CP in 1988 and eventually retired in May 1995. It was donated to the Elgin County Railway Museum in January 1997.
Photo Date:  7/25/2010  Upload Date: 8/27/2010 1:14:31 AM
Location:  St Thomas, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  CP 8921(RSD17)
Views:  658   Comments: 0
CN #9171 at the Elgin County Railway Museum, St. Thomas, ON.
Title:  CN #9171 at the Elgin County Railway Museum, St. Thomas, ON.
Description:  Originally built as an F3A by GMD in May 1948 for Grand Trunk Railway and numbered GTW #9013. Serial number 5212, 1500 h.p., class V-1-a, engine 16-567BC. In 1954 it was reclassified GFA-15a. The unit was retired in August 1972. It was transferred to CN and then rebuilt as an F7Au in 1973, class GFA-17a. It was retired again in December 1989.
Photo Date:  7/25/2010  Upload Date: 8/27/2010 1:18:23 AM
Location:  St Thomas, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  CN 9171(F9AM)
Views:  1434   Comments: 1
TH & B #103
Title:  TH & B #103
Description:  A Class G "Consolidated" 2-8-0 built in 1910 by Montreal Locomotive Works and originally numbered TH&B #52. Serial number 48837. It was renumbered to TH&B #72 and finally TH&B #103. It was retired in 1956 and put on display in Gage Park in Hamilton, ON. until it was purchased for $1.00 by the Westfield Heritage Village. Read the full story at http://thb103.ca/
Photo Date:  8/1/2010  Upload Date: 8/21/2010 9:02:50 PM
Location:  Rockton, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster,Scenic,Steam
Locomotives:  THB 103(2-6-0)
Views:  691   Comments: 0
CN #6200
Title:  CN #6200
Description:  CN #6200 on display at the Canada Science and Technology Museum, Ottawa, ON. A 4-8-4 Northern type built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in June 1942. Class U2g. Boiler number 69698, class U-2-g. It was given to the museum in June 1967.
Photo Date:  9/14/2010  Upload Date: 10/25/2010 10:12:26 PM
Location:  Ottawa, ON
Author:  Dave Broughton
Categories:  Roster,Steam
Locomotives:  CN 6200(4-8-4)
Views:  1252   Comments: 0


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