Mountain type 4-8-2
Brand new! May 1930 Cameron Blaikie
U-1-a 6000 looking brand new. One of 16 engines built
new in 1923 by CLC for CNR.
U-1-a 6003 with smoke deflectors. Niagara Falls, NY September 1939. Bud Laws Collection
6003 coal-fired. Truro, Nova Scotia 10/26/1952 Bud Laws Collection
6004 stopped to handle headend traffic at Oshawa. Bud Laws Collection
6004 oil-fired and with horizontal bars pilot. Vancouver August 1951 Bud Laws Collection
Bud Laws Collection
6005 oil-fired and with horizontal pilot. Vancouver September 1952 Bud Laws Collection
6007 coal-fired and with smoke deflectors. September 1946 Bud Laws Collection
6009 oil-fired with horizontal pilot bars. Note the one-of-a-kind
smoke lifter behind stack. Different versions of this style of smoke deflector
were a Western Region preference over the Central and Atlantic Regions
6010 getting greased. during
a stop (due 8.55 - 9.10 AM) of Ocean Limited from Halifax to Montreal
in the morning.
6010 oil-fired. Winnipeg June 1946 Bud Laws Collection
6011 oil-fired. This broadside shows off the huge tender. Note round emblem. Bud Laws Collection
Here is another view of 6011, coal-fired with smoke deflectors.
Truro, NS December 7, 1947
6013 oil-fired. Vancouver July 1956 Bud Laws Collection
6014 on shop track. Most likely Spadina.
6015 brought here from CRM in Delson in trade for 6060
previously displayed here and returned to service by CNR.
6015 on display at Jasper, Alberta. 8/19/2011 Larry De Bert
U-1-b 6016-6036 (21) CLC 1924
U-1-b 6016 coal-fired. Saskatoon July 1948 Bud Laws
6016 waiting for signal at Turcot West running light to Turcot. November 10/1957 Bob Krone
6017 at unknown location and date. What is going on here?
Excursion? Note other engines behind.
6020 Turcot Montreal 1949 Al Paterson/Bud Laws Collection
6023 taking water at Spadina. 9/1/1940 Doug Cummings/Bud Laws Collection
6026 Portland, Maine 1936 Note odd location on emblem on tender. Bud Laws Collection
6027 with smoke deflectors a.k.a. elephant ears. Montreal 4/1944 Gene Connell
6027 westbound at Bathurst Street.
6028 entering Toronto with Royal train. June 1939 Bud Laws Collection
6029 posed "rods down" No date or location but
looking brand new! CNR/Bud Laws Collection
6030 with smoke deflectors. Unknown location. Bud Laws Collection
6031 in Quebec City 9/20/1954 C.W.Jernstrom/Bud Laws Collection
6034 CLC 1767 10/1924 Stratford 6/11/1958 H.L.Goldsmith
6036 last U-1-b Location unknown Bud Laws Collection
U-1-c 6037-6041 (5) Baldwin 1925
6041 without smoke deflector. Detroit 1938
6041 with unusual cowl smoke deflector and Vanderbilt tender. Unknown location 1930's. Bud Laws Collection
U-1-d 6042-6046 (5) CLC 1929
6042 with experimental smoke deflector and feedwater heater. Winnipeg 1933
6043 preserved in Assiniboine Park Winnipeg. 5/25/2018
6043 without Feedwater Heater. Vancouver 9/14/1952 Doug Cummings/Bud Laws Collection
U-1-c 6043 brand new! CLC 1854 9/1929
6046 oil-fired Winnipeg 10/1957 Harold K. Vollrath/Bud Laws Collection
U-1-e 6047-6058 (12) MLW 1930
6047 at Spadina roundhouse in downtown Toronto. 1932 Dick
6047 with wide white side band. Saskatoon 9/14/1936 Doug Cummings
6047 here without "beetle brow" feedwater heater. Bud Laws Collection
6047 again, this time with decorative side panel and number
applied for Royal Tour train which had been here exactly
6047 Royal train engine.1939 James Adams/Bud Laws Collection
6048 Winnipeg October 10, 1957 Al Paterson/Bud Laws Collection
6049 with a full tender of coal! Brandon 5/21/1955 Doug
Cummings/Bud Laws Collection
6050 with smoke deflectors. November 19, 1936 Saskatoon,
6055 being sanded up. Winnipeg 8/26/1959 Doug Cummings/Bud Laws Collection
6055 Saskatoon 7/1948 Harold K. Vollrath/Bud Laws Collection
6056 No.1 Continental Brandon, Manitoba. Bud Laws Collection
6057 in lots of snow! Jasper, Alberta January 1942 Bud Laws Collection
6058 in better weather at Jasper. November 1942 Bud Laws Collection
U-1-f 6060-6079 (20) MLW 1944
Newer version of the 4-8-2 wheel arrangement came with some streamlining including a nose cone that gave these engines their nickname "Bullet nose Betty". Cap stack and Vanderbilt tender added to their pleasing appearance second only to the 5700 Hudsons.
6061 with bullet nose. CNR/Bud Laws Collection
6061 without Bullet nose in Winnipeg September 1958 Bud Laws Collection
6062 in Winnipeg. September 1958 Bud Laws Collection
6064 with flat-sided tender off T-4-b (2-10-2) 4327 received
when transferred to Western Region and converted to oil
6065 Winnipeg July 19, 1957 Bud Laws Collection
6065 at Oshawa 1945 Elwin K. Heath/Bud Laws Collection
6066 Saskatoon May 1957 Bud Laws Collection
6067 Montreal 9/7/1947 MaxMiller/Bud Laws Collection
U-1-f 6069 MLW #72766 11/44 Niagara Falls April 2,1958
That photo of CN 6070 is definitely at Paris on the CN Dundas Sub. The tower of the station is visible to the right of the loco, and the curved platform and superelevation other locators. Likewise the buildings behind the loco including what is now Wm. Kipp's funeral home. Steve Lucas. Photo Bud Laws Collection
The train is on the north track heading west about 1/2
mile east of the present day Paris Jct.
Interesting detail in this photograph of slightly blurred engine westbound approaching Bathurst Street (Front Street West in background) caused not by its speed which would be quite slow but rather by the very low film speed (ASA 10) of colour film back then. Switchtenders shack with coal/coke bin, low mounted loudspeaker(atop white post) used by towerman to communicate with switchtenders. Low switch stands and a higher one.
6077 Number 94 The Maple Leaf from Niagara Falls
to Toronto at Oakville due to stop 8.21 A.M.
6077 with oil tender off T-4-B 2-10-2 4328 (applied 9/1958).
Here she is again. One of three Bullet Nose Betty
engines still in existance including 6069 and the famous 6060.
Here she is now! NORM (Northern Ontario Railway Museum)
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