United States Railroads Operating in Canada
Note: Movie equipment near bottom.
CPR passenger trains used this station in Windsor also
to and from Detroit after tunnel opened. Bill Thomson
Michigan Central car ferry Detroit of Detroit.
Delaware and Hudson 17 meeting CPR 1801 at Westmount, Que.
June 1968. Jim Boyd/Joseph Testagrose Collection.
Boston and Maine Pool
Delaware and Hudson
Lake Erie & Detroit River
Pere Marquette Ry. ferry number 14 at CPR slip, foot of Elm Avenue, Windsor. c.1910.
PRR 8108 8105 Baldwin RS12's with a transfer from Buffalo to CNR. Fort Erie September 1963 Bill Thomson
Rutland 90 with the day train to New York soon to end. New CNR 9044 runing extra. East entrance to the Victoria bridge under catenary of Montreal commuter service. Fall 1951 Kevin Day Collection
C&O 756 St.Thomas April 24, 1949
NYC 1000 first of 43 units ALCO FA-1. Montreal 6/22/1962 Peter Cox
NYC 4483 K-11b 4-6-2 Schenectady 1911 Westmount, Que. April 1944 Gene Connelly/Bud Laws Collection
Rutland 76 Cyl. 22 1/2" x 26" Drivers 69" Schenectady #51566 1912. Montreal 1936 Joseph Schick
This Ten-Wheeler hauled the Green Mountain Flyer over the CNR into Montreal.
AMrail 6508 ("ex" VIA 6506 nee CN 6506)
Ever seen a New Haven diesel in Canada? Here is "proof".
Kansas Star 4037 fictitious train in the Superman movie
made in Canada.
with two coaches, two baggage cars, box car and van. Used in Superman
movie produced in 1978.
"AM Road" 4070 and 4067 with the Silver Streak
during filming of 1976 comedy-thriller movie by the same name.
Note: Filming was done at various locations including
in Alberta as well as at Toronto Yard,
This was the only time CP's Budd built stainless steel equipment was used for a movie.
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