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2-10-2 Santa Fe

 

4003 (ex CGR 4003) Moncton September 1, 1939 F.J.Bechtel/Bud Laws Collection

T-1-a 4007 (ex CGR 4007) Cyl. 26" x 32" Drv. 57" Press. 200 lbs. t.e. 65% Alco Brooks Works 56588 1916
One of ten engines built for Canadian Government Railways. Boiler built by Montreal Locomotive Works.
Andy Mc.Culluch Collection/Walter Pfefferle Collection

T-1-b (ex CGR 4014) one of the second batch of ten 2-10-2's built for CGR. MLW 58341 1918
Monton, NB June 10, 1938 Andy Mc.Culluch Collection/Walter Pfefferle Collection

Sister engine 4016 at Mulgrave, Nova Scotia. June 15, 1939
Andy Mc.Culluch Collection/Walter Pfefferle Collection

4021 right side view of T-1-b. Moncton October 14, 1937
Andy Mc.Culluch Collection/Walter Pfefferle Collection


T-2

Locomotive builders often presented the customer with a number of framed photographs of a new order.

T-2-a 4100 One of five engines. These were the first CNR engines with Vanderbilt tenders.
Cyl. 29" x 32" Drv. 57" Press. 200 lbs. t.e. 80% CLC 1759 9/1924 Bud Laws Collection


These 4100's were built especially for Toronto transfer service between Mimico-Bathurst Street-Danforth.

Ink blotter. Once a common way of advertising everything. Old Time Trains museum collection.

4102 in Niagara Falls July 1938 Andy Mc.Culluch Collection/Walter Pfefferle Collection

4103 Toronto August 11, 1940 Bud Laws Collection

4103 on the shop track at Spadina roundhouse in the 1950's.

4104 in downtown Toronto March 1939. Andy Mc.Culluch Collection/Walter Pfefferle Collection

Extra 4104 according to the signals displayed (two white flags) but is it Extra "forty one nought four" West or East?
Hard to tell because there are markers displayed both on the pilot beam and on the rear of the tender!
Not exactly according to the rule book!


T-3

T-3-a 4205 (ex B&A 1105) Cyl. 27" x 32" Drv. 57" Press. 200 lbs. t.e. 70% Alco (Brooks) 1919
Turcott Yard (Montreal) 9/1946 Bob Buck
Ten of these brutish-looking engines were acquired 8/1928 from Boston & Albany.


T-4

T-4-a 4309 Cyl. 24" x 28" Drv. 57" Press. 250 lbs. t.e. 60% Part of an order of 15 engines.
CLC 1847 6/1929 Bud Laws Collection

T-4-a 4311 at Moncton May 1938 Andy Mc.Culluch Collection/Walter Pfefferle Collection

Both sides of T-4-b 4315 (4315-4332 18 engines) CLC 1892 5/1930
Cyl. 24" x 28" Drv. 57" Press. 275 lbs. t.e. 62%
Canadian National Railways/Kevin Day Collection


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