Christmas trees are for sale at the entrance to Exporail's parking lot and are seen around OSC 25, a steam engine that was in use until 1962 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
After shooting CP's Holiday Train in nearby Delson, I stopped by the Exporail parking lot in St-Constant to shoot OSC 25, which is decorated with Christmas lights. This engine was built by Baldwin... (more)
A steam survivor. This 2-4-0 steam engine was in use in the Cape Breton region of Nova Scotia until 1962, two years after CN and CP dieselized completely. It was donated to Exporail and is ... (more)
A Canadian flag seen through a 2-4-0. A Canadian flag is seen flapping in the wind on the other side of a 2-4-0 steam engine at the entrance to the parking lot at Exporail.
At the entrance to Exporail. It's hard to miss the entrance to the Canadian Railway Museum , as a steam engine is situated at the edge of the parking lot. The steam engine was built by Bald... (more)
An unusual wheel arrangement. At the entrance to the Canadian Railway Museum can be found a rare steam engine wheel arrangement, a 2-4-0. This steam engine was built by Baldwin in 1900 as a... (more)
At the entrance to Exporail. After photographing the CP Holiday train nearby, I figured I would try a night shot of this unique steam engine as it has a small amount of Christmas lights. Th... (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)
Built in 1900 by BLW (Baldwin Locomotive Works). Mark the entrance of the Canadian Railway Museum.