Classic Streamliners - TRAINCYCLOPEDIA
Montreal Locomotive Works Locomotives
Canadian National No 6060 leaving Union Station on the last steam train to leave that station. Canadian National Railways U-1-f class locomotives, were a class of twenty 4-8-2 or Mountain type locomotives built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1944. They were numbered 6060–6079 by CN and nicknamed “Bullet Nose Betty” due to their distinctive cone-shape smoke box door cover. By Peter Broster - CN Class U-1-f No 6060, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31875894
Cab units (FA & FP series)
FA-1 DL-208A, DL-208B
FB-1 DL-209A, DL-209B
FA-2 DL-212, DL-212A
FB-2 DL-213, DL-213A
FPA-2 DL-212, DL-212A
FPB-2 DL-213, DL-213A
Early Road Switchers
Later Road Switchers
Steam Locomotives (Coming Soon)
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