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  1. BCR Alco MLW Power

    BCR Alco MLW Power

    Railfanning some of my old stuff. M-630 BCR #722 SB at Lillooet, BC. 35mm slide scan, remastered.
  2. CP Weirdale

    CP Weirdale

    Long abandoned CP branchline from Nipawin to Prince Albert, originally serviced by RS23s from MLW. Abandoned over a decade ago, I was far too young to ever remember a train on this line. Many communities dot this old line, typically ten km apart, in order for farmers to carry their grain to the...
  3. MLW's at Squamish

    MLW's at Squamish

    CPR #6503 type S-3 and PGE #561 type RSC-3m built in 1951 and 1948 are in working condition at the West Coast Heritage Park in Squamish, BC. Both are now sued for switching around the heritage park adn 561 sometimes lends a hand at Day Out With Thomas Events.
  4. Heritage scheme?

    Heritage scheme?

    Southern RR of NJ owner likes the NYO&W, here is one of their M420s shortly after painting!
  5. MLW "Geep"

    MLW "Geep"

    Ontario Northland 1400, RS-10, is sitting at a station next to a VIA coach and a 40' CPR reefer. Dreaming? Nope, this is EXPORAIL.
  6. ONR 1400 (RS-10)

    ONR 1400 (RS-10)

    Today ONR has pretty boring power: SD40-2's, GP9's, GP38-2's & SD75I's (http://www.railroadforums.com/photos/showphoto.php/photo/19624/si/onr%202105) - the standard EMD's. That was not always the case however, as this RS-10 shows. Built in Monteral in 1955, the MLW was retired in 1985...
  7. Extra 718 North

    Extra 718 North

    Extra 718 North enters the horseshoe curve at Pavilion on its climb from Lillooet.
  8. PGE MLW RS-10

    PGE MLW RS-10

    PGE RS-10 is what you call "perfectly weathered".
  9. PGE 1002 overhaul

    PGE 1002 overhaul

    PGE 1002 MLW S-13 undergoing an overhaul inside the Squamish BC shop in 1972. This loco was later renumbered BCOL 503, scrapped in 1987.
  10. CP Rail C-424

    CP Rail C-424

    Not that long ago gangs of these MLW's ruled CP's mainlines - now they're replaced with AC4400CW's and SD40-2's. This example was retired in 1999 and sent to Canada's biggest RR museum near Montreal, QC called EXPORAIL. I know this should be in the museum section, but this beast was retired...
  11. Proudest Moment for the Big Guy  CB&CNS MLW C630

    Proudest Moment for the Big Guy CB&CNS MLW C630

    Taken in Stellarton NS mid 1990's. 35mm Agfa camera, the camera is gone and also the details. Scan from orig photo. CB&CNS John Galt MLW C630 2003(ex CN 2003) at the head of three Via coaches trailed by CBNS "Enterprise" caboose #1000 on a Railfan trip mid October. The remaining...
  12. CPR last MLW RS-18

    CPR last MLW RS-18

    On the last day of 1980 visiting Montreal, St-Luc CPR diesel Shop here is a brand new rebuilt RS-18
  13. Alcos in the snow

    Alcos in the snow

    CP MLW M636 4703 leads a westbound freight by the Magog River at Sherbrooke, QC in February 1988
  14. BCR 721 South

    BCR 721 South

    British Columbia Railway Alco/MLW M 630's head Southbound through Mons near the Ski resort at Whistler BC.
  15. Alco/MLW CX-620

    Alco/MLW CX-620

    This started as a doodle in math class, which eventually got out of hand... The basic design is that of the RSD-35E, or DL535E, slightly modifed. I named it the CX-620 to propose a series of export locos based on the Century design. In reality, the RSD-35E does look like a narrow gauge Century...



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