Restored. After being moved to a new location towards the end of last year, venerable boxcab CN 6710 has now been repainted and restored. CN 6710 was built by General Electric and delivered... (more)
The front end of boxcab CN 6710 at its new location along the Rivière Mille Îles.
New location, new lease on life? Boxcab CN 6710 had been displayed beside the Deux-Montagnes station until it was moved to a new location along the Rivière Mille Îles (seen here) just yeste... (more)
Looking even worse. Preserved GE boxcab CN 6710 is looking even worse then when I shot it in January 2016 and it seems it may only be a matter of time before it gets scrapped.
A pair of vintage CN boxcab electrics have assisted a VIA train on the "underground" portion of its departure from Montreal. The train is stopping to remove the electrics and send the F... (more)
CN 6710 makes a stop in suburban Montreal in May of 1988. I really like these old boxcabs.
A faded boxcab. CN 6710 was built by General Electric and delivered to the Canadian Northern as CNoR 600 in 1919. It was used on the Deux-Montagnes electrified line (which terminates nearby... (more)
Business end of a boxcab. Here is one of the ends of a bidirectional CN Boxcab, preserved in Deux-Montagnes. CN 6710 was built by General Electric and delivered to the Canadian Northern as ... (more)
Displayed near the end of the line. CN 6710 was built by General Electric and delivered to the Canadian Northern as CNoR 600 in 1919. It was used on the Deux-Montagnes electrified line (whi... (more)
An old Z-1-a built in 1914 that served on the Montreal/Deux-Montagnes commuter line. Now on static display at AMT Deux-Montagnes station.
CN 6710 and 6711 are ready to depart for Central Station on the last weekend of operation of the old electric equipment.
CN electric Box Cab 6710 and 6712 lead VIA 6541 and its train from the Mount Royal tunnel where diesel and steam locomotives were not allowed to operate. VIA 6541 was on the overnight train from ... (more)
A year after it was retired, this 1914-built motor is stored in the new commuter yard. The loco is now on display at the Deux Montagnes station.
An old GE boxcab built in 1914 that served on the Montréal-Deux Montagnes commuter route. Now on static display. See photo 27716 for sister unit 6711.