Canada - miscellaneous diesel engines

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Three Cape Breton & Central Nova Scotia (ex CN) Alco/MLW C630Ms built in 1967/8 (2039,2003 & 2034) head train 305 from Sydney to Truro Nova Scotia through Barney's River on 6 October 1997.
Picture by Pat and David Othen.


Leased Santa Fe General Electric B36-7 7498 built in 1980, later sold to BC Rail, in Great Canadian Railtour livery with the prestigous Rocky Mountaineer tour train at Revelstoke, British Columbia 19 August 1991.
Picture by Pat and David Othen.


Salem & Hillsborough Alco/MLW 1754, a former CN RSC14 and a modified RS18 that has been derated to 1400 hp and fitted with 6-wheel bogies from retired locos runs round its train in splendid autumn scenery at Salem, New Brunswick on 8 October 1995.
Note that there is a picture of precisely this same locomotive in its previous CN colours shown at the Canadian National CN page.
Picture by Pat and David Othen.


Salem & Hillsborough, former Canadian National, Alco/MLW S12 8245 built in 1958 seen here at Hillsborough New Brunswick, 12 June 1993. Powered by an Alco 539 engine.
Picture by Pat and David Othen.


White Pass and Yukon Route GE 84-86 Ton "Shovel Nose" locos no.100 and 97 built in 1966 prepare to leave Whitehorse with mixed train no.2 at 9:30 in the morning of 17 September 1982.
Picture by Pat and David Othen.
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