Roundhouses, shops and other facilities.
Moose Jaw roundhouse
Saskatoon roundhouse 1909
Coaling Dock. Chipman, New Brunswick
Derrick being used to coal up 136 in this 1950's scene.
Woodstock, New Brunswick.
144 coaling up. Derrick is air operated supplied by locomotive.
Hand cart is used to fill buckets. Engine coal in box
cars was not common although stove coke always was.
A hard pull swings bucket towards tender.
Chalk River enginehouse. 6506 April 30, 1973
Enginehouse. Maniwaki, Quebec.
1044 just in off the St. Andrews branch. McAdam, NB. 6/17/1959
Suburban service power waiting for afternoon departures includes 2408 and 2821. Glen 6/15/1959
2811 at the coal chutes off passenger special (excursion) from Montreal. Smiths Falls 4/17/1960
U3d 6245 coaling up! Lethbridge 5/1944 Ken Mac Donald/Joseph Testagrose Collection
Winnipeg shops August 1983
Two views of roundhouse and area Brandon. Turntable long gone.
Water tank and two new-style coal towers still in place. Stock car likely contains ties or other OCS material.
Two views of roundhouse Webbwood, Ontario. 1980-08-07 Wolf Kirchmeir
Aerial view of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Late 1950's James Booth Collection
Twin diesel sanding towers at Toronto Yard with famous one-of-a-kind 8921. 4/22/1980 Clayton Langstaff
Aerial view of Ottawa West roundhouse.
Ottawa West with 2401 near the old coal chutes soon to
Modern coaling plant at Ottawa West. G2 2582 has its small
12 ton tender filled with an extra half ton or so of coal!
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