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Canadian Railway Museum
Exporail

3684 RS-18 MLW 82226 1/1958
September 24, 2018

6765 (ex VIA 6765 nee CN 6765) FPA-4 MLW 82274 12/1958
September 15, 2018

 


Southgate Collection

RPCX 6311 acq. 2014 ex VIA 6311/6529 nee CN 6529 FP9A GMD A1201 4/1957
Note: Trailing unit 6304 nee 6509 GMD A639 12/1954

Alberta Railway Museum, Edmonton. 6/25/2018


Prior identities 6304 and 6311.

PPCX 6304 Southern Pacific "Black Widow" paint scheme. MRLX 6304
KRLX 6311 Southern Pacific "Lark" paint scheme. MRLX 6311.
Operted in freight service on shortline Washington & Idaho.

6304 as WP 806-A with Trains Unlimited/Amtrak California Zephyr in April 2004

VIA 6311 with Canadian at Banff. 8/07/1986

VIA 6509 with Super Continental near Boston Bar. 6/15/1980

CN 6529 Montreal Terminal 1973.

CN 6509 as Confederation Train 1967


Alberta Railway Museum

6514_6614 acq. 6/2003 ex AC_1753_1762, ex/nee VIA/CN_6514_6614
FP9A GMD A1044 1/1957, F9B GMD A1053 1/1957

Edmonton, May 21, 2017


Prince George Railway Museum

7817 (11/1996 ex Eurocan Pulp & Paper 307, ex Hawker-Siddeley 43, ex Thorburn Mine 43,
ex Acadia Coal 43, ex CNR 43, ex 1543 nee 7817). GE 30623 5/1950.
Prince George Railway Museum 5/25/2015 Four photos: Dave Stewart-Candy

Cab interior and contols. Simplicity! Three photos.

 


Port Stanley Terminal Rail

PSTR L-3 (ex GWWD 103, ex CN 1) 44-ton GE 28349 5/1947

Note: CN 5 acq. from Stelpipe #nil by PSTR for parts only.


Musquodoboit Harbour Museum
and Nova Scotia Tourist Bureau.

7895 Highway 7
Musquodoboit Harbour, Nova Scotia

CNR 2 acq. 1991 from Bowater Mersey Paper, Liverpool, NS.
(ex CN 2/7551/7752) 44-ton GE 28350 5/1947 John Bowser

Note: CN 1 and 5 at Port Stanley Terminal Rail


Kensington, PEI

Broadway Street

Note: Briefly display in Summerside.

RSC-14 1762 acq. 11/1990 (first preserved 1989) rebuilt 2/1976 from RS-18 3859 nee 1704. MLW 83234 2/1960
Kensington, PEI 7/30/2016 Kenneth G. Pieroway

Note: 1754 operated on Salem & Hillsborough Ry. tourist train at New Brunswick Railway Museum.

Note: These unique CNR-only units were modified to replace older MLW power on light trackage lines.


United States

Connecticut Railroad Museum

CN 6786 acq. 1996 (ex VIA nee CN 6786) FPA-4 MLW 83164 4/1959
Two photos; Danbury, CT 11/29/2017

CN 6867 acq. 1996 (ex VIA nee CN 6867) FPB-4 MLW 82584 1/1959


Monticello Railway Museum

6789 repainted in old paint scheme and restored to operation at Monticello Railway Museum, Monticello, Indiana.

Shown here at Streamliners at Spencer four day event May 29 - June 1, 2014 at North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, North Carolina where the former Southern Railroad 37-stall roundhouse hosted this gathering displaying more than two dozen covered wagons. 6789 was a star of the event being the only working Alco unit. Warren Mayhew


Cuyahoga Valley Scenic RR
Independence (Cleveland) Ohio

CVSR 6771 returing northbound at Peninsula, Ohio. 9/06/2014

CVSR 6777 newly painted to match 6771 first unit in new paint scheme.
Akron, Ohio 1/21/2017

Note: Two other MLW FPA-4's units (ex CNR 6767 and 6780) are located here, one (6780) repainted as B&O 800 to honour the former B&O branchline operated to Akron (51 miles) for tourist trains through Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
In addition, ex CP 1822 a MLW RS-18 operates as well as ex CP 4241 MLW C-424.
In 2016 a record ridership increased 15% to 214,063 passengers!


Western Maryland Scenic
Cumberland, Maryland

"WM 305" acq. 1990 (ex VIA/CN 6771) FPA-4 MLW 83149 1/1959
Note: Trailing unit ex VIA 6780 acq. 1991 MLW 83158 3/1959
Note: Both units later went to Cuyahoga Valley Scenic RR See above.


Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley

S-7 "CN" 8223 repainted the day before this photo was taken. August 1, 2015 Milford, NY
Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley tourist railroad.
Note: Only preserved S-7

Note: CN 8245 rare CN-only S-12 model MLW preserved at Salem & Hillsborough.

 



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