70-tonner CN 30 out in the sun and snow at Exporail.
Locomotive #30 (Class 2-8-0) was built in 1898 by Brooks Locomotive Works of Dunkirk, NY and delivered to Colorado and Northwestern Railroad (C&N). At the time, they were among the heaviest narrow... (more)
No longer needed. Once used as a shop/yard switcher for Exporail, 70-tonner CN 30 has been replaced by more powerful and more recently acquired units, namely GP9 CP 1608 and SW1200RSm CN 13... (more)
70-tonner CN 30 is coupled to generator car AMT 603 at Exporail. At lef its VIA 6921.
Former CN Rail GE 70-tonner #30 on display at Exporail in Saint-Constant.
CN 30 (GE 70 tonner) is preserved at Exporail, but unlikely to ever run again. Behind it is VIA 6309.
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.
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)
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)
Shut down.....forever. With the recent acquisition of CN 7300, Exporail has announced that CN 30 will be retired from... (more)
CN 30 and AMT 603 (generator car) slumber the winter away at Exporail. For more train photos, click here.
Three snow-surrounded switchstands are seen around CN 30 at Exporail, a GE 70 tonner. Behind it is an AMT generator car. At left behind the building is a CN simulator, click more)
A three-way stub switch. To the right of CN 30 and AMT 603 (generator car) at Exporail we see a three-way stub switch, not a very common sight. For more train photos, check out http://www.r... (more)
CN 30, a GE 70-tonner is being shut down at Exporail. Behind is generator car AMT 603. For more train photos, check out http://www.railpictures.net/photos/mtlwestrailfan/
Another day on the railroad! The engineer is aware of what is happening ahead the engine. The engine, built in 1950, is an old GE 70 Ton, ex-CN 30 (1984) ; exx-CN 1530 (1956) ; nee CN 7804 (1954).