White steam meets white clouds. The 'John Molson' engine is passing CN 30 at Exporail as the white steam seeems to merge with the white clouds.
Steam stopped at Barrington Station. The engineer pf the 'John Molson' steam engine talks to a number of Exporail visitors who are interested in hearing more about steam engines. It is stop... (more)
GMD cab and switcher units. VIA 6309 (FP9A) and CN 7300 (recently donated SW1200RSm) sit in the sun at Exporail on a mostly sunny afternoon.
A working wigwag signal. Exporail has a working wigwag signal and here it is operating while CN 30 (no longer used for switching at the museum) stands idle.
Steaming bast a big M. The John Molson steam engine has just been steamed up and is about to stretch its legs for the first time today. It is passing CP 4563, an MLW M630.
CN 713 is a 'Mogul' steam engine (2-6-0) originally built by and for the Grand Trunk Railway in their Pointe St-Charles shops in Montreal. It now resides at Exporail. To the left is Maritime Railw... (more)
A three way stub switch at Exporail. CN 30 (GE 70 tonner) is in the middle of a three way stub switch at Exporail. At left is a preserved AMT generator car (AMT 603) which was built for CN ... (more)
Pioneer diesel at Exporail. CN 77 (originally CN 7700) was CN's first diesel switcher (delivered in 1930). It was built by CLC (Canadian Locomotive Company) in Kingston, Ontario to a Westin... (more)
CP 4563 out of storage. CP 4563 spent the winter and spring stored in a storage hanger that is not accessible to the public. It is now outside in front of hangar #5 and couple to CP 4237 (M... (more)
Shutting down a 70-tonner. With the recent acquisition of CN 7300, Exporail has announced that CN 30 will be retired from active duty. Up until last year, this GE 70-tonner had been one of ... (more)
On track 16. In Exporail's main hall, on track 16, you'll find the beautifully restored Dominion of Canada. To its left is CP 2850, a 4-6-4 Royal Hudson.
A pair of endcab switchers. At left is a GE 70-tonner, at right is a GK10B 'Green Kid' built by Railpower from a CP SW1200RS (CP 8139).
Not exactly prototypical. But still an interesting train! On Sundays only Exporail runs a short passenger train. Here it is running with CN 7300 and AMT 827 (ex-CP). It is stopped at Des Bo... (more)
Streamlined steam - Canadian vs. British. CP 2850 (the original Royal Hudson) and the Dominion of Canada are side by side in the center of Exporail's main building. They represent Ca... (more)
Shut down.....forever. With the recent acquisition of CN 7300, Exporail has announced that CN 30 will be retired from... (more)