A clean Canadian National HR616 leads two grimy MLW roster mates on a westbound manifest at Morrisburg, Ontario.
251’s Last Stand
Although Alco exited the locomotive business in 1969, Canadian subsidiary MLW continued building locomotives for the North American market into the 1980’s. The... (more)
HR616 2116 and M636 2316 eastbound, the same train as in photo 650267.
HR616 2116 and M636 2316 are eastbound.
CN Bombardier HR616 2112 and 2107.
The CN haulage trains that ran over the BN in the 90's featured some interesting power for me as a young kid. Didn't see alot of Canadian power til these trains started running. Here the westbound... (more)
In this aerial shot of The NRE Silvis shops shows various engines including the last 5 CN HR616's
Rolling west on CN's Dundas Subdivision we see four different models, comprising three generations, from one builder. In order, the consist is made up of an HR616, C-630M, M420 and an RS18.
CN's last HR-616 from Bombardier, rounds the curve on the approach to Bayview and passes under Plains Road with Toronto - Fort Erie train #433.
CN's first unit with a desktop control stand, and the first of the "Draper Taper's". It was so popular, it was often a trailing unit, as it's matschalled here. Still, it would be a nice change to ... (more)
CN,s almost new 2100 and NW 2911 waiting at the water front.
CN 306 with 2112 2316 and 2323 passing over the Bécancour river.
CN 312 rolls past the frog pond.
Three different styles of CN widecabs are lined up at Mac Yard.
CN 206 rolls past 4307 at 25-30 mph approaching victoria bridge,that was a very warm springtime day and I found the crewmen very lucky to go out in the country and enjoy the fresh air with the win... (more)