Algoma Central Railway GMD GP7 154 (built 1951) at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario in September 1982.
It' s a hot, humid afternoon in Canada's steel city as TH and B 73 idles on the shop track accompanied by CP RS18 8768 and TH and B NW2 53 on the turntable whiskers awaiting their next call to w... (more)
TH&B GP7 73, GP9 401 and another Geep sit at Penn Central's Frontier yard. This was a nice bit of color in the midst of PC black-and-white.
This locomotive is the only item in the roundhouse which can be said to be of national significance to the history of Canadian railways. This diesel-electric road-switching locomotive appears to b... (more)
Over hauled by CP, now going back to work in Sault Ste. Marie
Nice looking Geep
This GP7 built in Canada started out as QNSL 108. Sold to the CNW and numbered 4355 then to the MRL as 131.