CP 2816 east receives some attention as it pauses at Selim.
Canadian Pacific’s colorful H1b Hudson No. 2816, the “Empress,” is at the Banff, Alberta, station with a passenger train operated for the Lexington Group on October 01, 2010.
One of five built by ALCo for C&O.
2 sec. exposure on the driving wheels of the 232U 1 displayed in the Cité du Train museum. It is on static display with its wheel turning for a short time every 5 mn or so, with some steam and sou... (more)
The Royal Hudson #2860 is prepared for a next excursion trip to Squamish in the North Vancouver shed. Unfortunately, this beautiful locomotive is no more operational today. It would be nice to see... (more)
A broadside view of 4-6-4 CN 5702 before it was moved into the Angus Pavilion at Exporail.
On the move. One of only five CN 4-6-4 Hudson's built (and one of two preserved), CN 5702 is seen out in the sun on a lovely summer afternoon. Relegated to 'b-status' in the hangar behind i... (more)
1951 built Hudson R707 races through Hawksburn station in suburban Melbourne, on a tour to Berwick and Stony Point. Streamlined diesel A66 was bringing up the rear of the train. You can watch vide... (more)
C&O's famous streamlined steamer, number 490 "The Hudson", sits on display in the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore Maryland today. The 490 once pulled passenger tr... (more)