One of MLW-Worthington's (previously Montreal
Locomotive Works) shop switchers shares the bay with two DL534's for the Sierra Leone Government Railways and a CP Rail M-636.
In the early 1970's the Quebec North Shore and Labrador began retiring some of the GP-9's as SD40's and SD40-2's came onto the roster. QNSL 117 is one of four GP9's stored in CPR's St. Luc Yard. ... (more)
In the early 1970's the Quebec North Shore and Labrador began retiring some of the GP-9's as SD40's and SD40-2's came onto the roster. Four GP9's are stored at the Coal Chute in CPR's St. Luc Yar... (more)
The D&H was an all-Alco road until three SD-45's were acquired. These did not stay long and were traded to the EL for three, U33C's. Here, one of the three waits with its train until RW-6 with f... (more)
Quebec North Shore & Labrador Railway's first purchase of second generation units was six GMD SD40's built in 1968. The railway hauls iron ore from Schefferville to Sept Isles, Quebec and has no ... (more)
The Ogdensburg and Norwood's only engine switches the Penn Central interchange at Norwood, NY. Until going out of business in 1963 the Rutland Railway terminated at Ogdensburg, NY on the St. Lawr... (more)
A EL switcher and a northbound D&H freight wait for westbound PB-99 to change crews and head west.
A TOFC train descends the eastern slope of the Alleghenies behind a U33C/C-636/GP-35 lashup.
A PC passenger train drifts downgrade around Horseshoe Curve on a hot and hazy summer day.
Two of three export locomotives for Sierre Leone are nearing completion at MLW-Worthington's facility in the east end of Montreal. They are headed to a 3'6" line that moves iron ore.