Having recently bought a film scanner, I wanted to throw in a few slides from my collection of over 5500 Canadian railway images. Scanning them all will be a challenge, to say the least. I suppose the ultimate goal is to create an online database of the equipment I have shot over the years, but for now this tiny sampling will have to do.

Canadian National GP-40-2 with crew comfort cab leading a GP-38-2, also with the wide nose cab.

One of only two GP-30's owned by Canadian Pacific.

Two Canadian Pacific RS-10's. These variations on standard Alco designs were built by Montreal Locomotive Works.

Ex-Canadian National FP9A, assigned to VIA Rail by the time this photo was taken at Brockville, Ont.

Number 1057, a restored Credit Valley steamer, heads an excursion train at Wakefield, Quebec.

The following year, restored oil-burning CPR locomotive 1201 replaced the coal-fired 1057 for excursion trips.

Canadian Pacific S-2 switcher turning on the wye at Walkley yard in Ottawa, Ont.

Another Canadian Pacific S-2 switcher handling a local freight to Hull, Quebec.

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