Received by Exporail nearly five years ago, GP9 CP 1608 basks in the sunshine on a fall morning.
Montreal's first Metro car, repainted and donated. Built at the Canadian Vickers shipyard in Montreal, the MR-63 Metro cars faithfully served Montreal's Metro system from 1966 until June 20... (more)
After having been placed in a section of the Angus pavilion where 3/4 shots were not doable, CN 6765 has been moved to another row, where it is more shootable.
Moved into the Angus pavilion. Park Car Sibley Park has recently been moved into Exporail's main building (the Angus pavilion) where it is expected to be restored cosmetically. It ta... (more)
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)
In service in and around Montreal for nearly eight decades, boxcab CN 6711 was finally retired in 1995 and is now preserved at Exporail
GP9 AMT 1311 basks in the sun at Exporail, with a CN MU car in the background at left.
Freshly rebuilt and on display. Freshly rebuilt at the time (by CAD), VIA 6409 is on display at Exporail, with 'Manor' sleeper Jervis Manor (VIA 8331) behind it. This equipment was o... (more)
VIA 6921 and CP 1608 are parked at Exporail on a very muggy day.
CN 1382 is heading to the eastern end of Exporail to shuffle some cars around as it passes GP9 CP 1608.
GP9's in passenger service. GP9 AMT 1311 is parked at right with ex-AMT equipment behind it, at left another GP9 (CP 1608) is waiting to leave Hays Station with an excursion train to Des Bo... (more)
CP F94 with CP 3024, CP 4417 & CP 2205 rounds a curve on CP's Lacolle Sub, passing the NJ Yard at right as it blows its horn for the nearby Chemin Saint-Ignace crossing.
Ex-GO Transit car AMT 1101 is parked in front of Hays Station at Exporail.
Multimarked crane. Multimarked CP 414501 is a 250-ton self-propelled wreck crane built by Industrial Brownhoist that is preserved at Exporail.
CN 1382 is resting at Exporail, with a blue flag ahead of it.