One of only 8 built. British Columbia Railway M 630W 725 sits By the roads shop in the summer of 1980. This unit was built in November 1973. it served the road until 1990-1991 when it was trad... (more)
ONR 1400 is in fading paint at Exporail. It is just one of two preserved RS-10's.
A BCR RS3 # 562 Idles at the servicing area While getting a Full Cleaning By a worker including the 244 engine on a very wet day at Prince George BC. This unit was built In May 1951 as a RSC 3 (A... (more)
RS18 618 was built for PGE by MLW in August 1964. Pacific Great Eastern Railway renamed British Columbia Railway on April 1, 1972. Ralph Young Photo from my Collection.
MNNR 80 sits out in the evening sun.
CN 8700-8711 (MLW S-13, built 1959) MLW adopted a new car body for the S-11, S-12 and S-13 with a high underframe, front radiator, and insulated cab, an oblong turbocharger stack located toward t... (more)
Delivery Day. The MLW plant switcher has just dropped this brand new C630M on the CNR delivery track outside the plant. A CNR switcher will pick it up and deliver it to the CNR-CPR interchange t... (more)
Alco doubleheader on the Batten Kill :
Newly refurbished RS-36 5012 "loaner" decked out in a D&H inspired paint scheme teams up with the veteran RS-3 4116 passes through Cambridg... (more)
Still at work in its hometown. Built by MLW in their East End Montreal plant as CP 8772 in 1958, CAD 1825 (rebuilt by CP to CP 1825) still see service in its hometown as one of the switcher... (more)
A C630M, GP-9 and C424 drift downgrade approaching Ballantyne, where they will divert from the mainline and head into Montreal Yard.
Fading vs fresh paint. The fading paint on SLQ 3569 contrasts with the fresh paint on recently restored VIA 6309, seen at far left.
Three eight month old, big MLW's accelerate a westbound manifest through suburban Montreal on their way to Smiths Falls.
MLW endcab. A very obscure locomotive model (MLW M420TR) brings up the rear of the Orford Express as it heads west, with the train having just gone over the Eastman trestle.
SRNJ WJPV-19 has just come off the ACL at GRIFF Interlocking and is now starting it's shove to a old siding and setup the power push-pull.
CPR had only one, six-axle Alco/MLW unit, RSD-17 8921, until the arrival of eight, MLW C630M's in 1968. CPR borrowed two, UP Alco C630's in May, 1966 for testing. They were having troubles with t... (more)