WCR 502

WCR 502

Number 502 was built in January of 1959 by Montreal Locomotive Works for Pacific Great Eastern Railway (PGE). Where the locomotive was numbered PGE 1002. In 1972, PGE changed the name of their railway to be British Columbia Railway (BCOL) due to the name change the...
WCR 501

WCR 501

Number 501 was built in January of 1959 by Montreal Locomotive Works for Pacific Great Eastern Railway (PGE). Where the locomotive was numbered PGE 1001. In 1972, PGE changed the name of their railway to be British Columbia Railway (BCOL) due to the name change the...
No. 124 CLC 0-4-0 Switcher Steam Engine

No. 124 CLC 0-4-0 Switcher Steam Engine

No. 124 was purchased by the Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Company along with 14 other identical steam locomotives. They were used to build the 15 mile Beauharnois canal, now part of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Construction started in 1929 when about 40 miles of...
No. 6593 105-Ton Diesel Electric Switcher

No. 6593 105-Ton Diesel Electric Switcher

The Number 6593 105 Ton Diesel Electric Switcher was built in August of 1957 by Montreal Locomotive Works. It is classified as a DS-6h locomotive; referring to its use as a diesel switcher and was rated at 660 horsepower. Canadian Pacific Railway ordered No. 6593...
No. 9 ALCO 0-6-0 Switcher Steam Engine

No. 9 ALCO 0-6-0 Switcher Steam Engine

  Built in 1923 by Montreal Locomotive Works for the Essex Terminal Railway of Windsor. No. 9 worked a 23 shoreline until its retirement in 1962. As one of the last steam locomotives in regular service, Essex Terminal Railway decided to save the locomotive for...