Day shot before a night shoot. A few hours before a night shoot at The Canadian Railway Museum, we see a pair of CP MLW's (CP 4237 & CP 4563) and the rear end of VIA 6921 (built by Bombardi... (more)
Blue light. In the blue light, we see VIA 6309, the 'John Molson' steam engine in the distance and other assorted rolling stock. This shot was taken at Exporail's 'Illuminated Trains' even... (more)
Montreal Built. Both built at the now demolished Montreal Locomotive Works plant in east end Montreal, VIA 6921 & CP 4563 are photographed as part of the 'Illuminated Trains' night shoot at... (more)
Illuminated Trains. Last night the Canadian Railway Museum had a special night shoot entitled 'Illuminated Trains'. Here we see VIA 6921 and in the extreme distance is the 'John Molson' ste... (more)
The cab of an old warrior unit. That unit was built in January 1958, and had the same number board at this time.
CP 492 (a 4-6-0 built by CP in 1914, class D4g) is one of many steamers preserved at Exporail. For more train photos, check out http://www.railpictures.net/photos/mtlwestrailfan/
SLQ 3569 was built as CN 2569 by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1976 and renumbered to CN 3569 in 1987. It was sold to the St. Lawrence & Atlantic where it kept the same number and they donated it t... (more)
At the entrance to the Canadian Railway Museum can be found a rare steam engine wheel arrangement, a 2-4-0. It was built by Baldwin in 1900 as a 2-4-0T called E.E. Bigge for Nova Scotia Ste... (more)
At the Canadian Railway Museum we see CP 9069 (Budd RDC-1) and AMT 1311 (GMD GP9, originally CN 4307). Both were used in Montreal commuter service. For more train photos, check out http://www.rail... (more)
Viewed from a passing Golden Chariot streetcar, we see four pieces of Canadian railway equipment around the ex-CP turntable at Exporail. At left is ONR 1400, the only MLW RS10 still in existence. ... (more)
'John Molson' is a 2-2-2 steam engine built by Kawasaki during the 1970s as a replica of one of Canada's first steam engines. This photo was taken from a passing streetcar at Exporail.
What was once the premier passenger diesel locomotive on CN's roster sits under the pavilion in its original colours.
MLW built CN 49 on display with period passenger cars in trail.
The interior of a CP Angus Shops built mail express car.
CP 144 was built in 1886 by CP's New Shops in Montreal.