MLW-built 4-6-2 CN 5550 is at Exporail, with SD40-2 CP 5903 visible at right.
Switching a steam engine. With GP9 CP 1608 watching at right, SW1200RSm CN 1382 switches 4-6-2 CN 5550 in the yard in Exporail, with the Hays Station in the background and a streetcar passi... (more)
CN logo reflecting off an old GO Transit car. CN 5550 is a 4-6-2 built by Montreal Locomotive Works for the Canadian Government Railways in 1920. The CGR was absorbed into CN soon thereafte... (more)
An ex-CGR steam engine, out in the sun for once. CN 5550 is normally stored in building 5 at Exporail, which is not open during the winter months. I was happily surprised to see it out for ... (more)
CN 330 proved a knack for pulling sunset scenes through late August in St. Catharines. However, this time it really cut it tight, and it payed off. Doing the honours as a stellar lashup is CN 5550... (more)
A very clean CN SD60F leads the A432 south through Watson Illinois.
CN SD60Fs 5550 and 5558 crawl over the 30mph slow order east of Jasper, AB.
A very long 310 seems to be under-powered at about 25 mph.
CN 5550 leads 5427 out of Jasper.
305 led by 5550 passes through CN Newtonville. To see more Pictures Click Here!
Preserved equipment at Exporail (Canadian Railway Museum) in St.Constant,Quebec.
A Pacific type steam loco built in 1914 by Montréal Locomotive Work (MLW), serial 54762. Nee CGR 451 (Canadian Government Railways). My mom & dad love steam locos, a reminder of their honeymoon tr... (more)