Getting ready to be shipped out? This CN locomotive simulator was for sale, and unconfirmed reports state that it actually has been sold to an unknown party. It has been moved from i... (more)
Narrow gauge neglect. Exporail has a whole track of equipment from CN's narrow gauge operations in Newfoundland, but the equipment is not in very good shape. At the head end is CN 80... (more)
Putting the 'arm' in armstrong turntable. Exporail's John Molson steam engine goes for a spin on the ex-CP turntable (originally from St-Lin, Qc). The turntable is being pushed by a ... (more)
In the presence of royalty. Here we see the MLW builders plate and Royal Crest on CP 2850, preserved at Exporail. CP 2850 was the CP Hudson that led the Royal train across Canada in ... (more)
Going for a spin. The 'John Molson' steam engine takes a spin on Exporail's turntable (was previously in use by CP in St-Lin, Quebec many decades ago before being donated). In the ba... (more)
On the left side of Barrington Station at Exporail is the 'John Molson' steam engine. At the right is MTC 1959, a streetcar which does a loop around the museum grounds starting this weekend. Barri... (more)
The 'John Molson' steam engine is passing preserved equipment at Exporail, including a VIA FP9. For more train photos, click here.
The 'John Molson' steam engine is passing preserved equipment at Exporail, including a VIA FP9 and CP RDC-4. For more train photos, click more)
CN 189-36, a motor section car donated by CN, is front and center with a number of engines behind it at Exporail. For more train photos, click more)
The original Royal Hudson. A number of people await the chance to enter the cab of CP 2850, the original Royal Hudson. It is normally not open to the public but it was this weekend. ... (more)
This track inspection car was originally built for Dr. H.A. Beatty (brother of CP president Sir Edward Wentworth Beatty) as a regular 1939 Buick Century. In 1947 he donated it to CP, which convert... (more)
ONR 1400 is the only MLW RS-10 to be preserved. Here it is at Exporail on a fall day in 2010. For more train photos, click here.
CP 2850 (MLW 4-6-4 Royal Hudson) and CN 6765 (MLW FPA4) are rightfully at the center of the main hall at Exporail. For more train photos, click more)
A pair of CN suburban engines. Both CN 49 (MLW 4-6-4T) and CN 6711 (GE boxcab electric) spent their entire careers in suburban service in Montreal and are preserved at Exporail. For more tr... (more)
The only Train Master left. CP 8905, preserved at Exporail is the only H24-66 (aka Train Master) to have survived. It was built by CLC (Canadian Locomotive Company) who had a licens... (more)