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Canadian Locomotive Co advertisement 1950 Kingston
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Canadian Locomotive Co. advertisement, 1950.
... Canadian Locomotive Co. on Kingston's ...
CNR 7700 built by Canadian Locomotive Company, Kingston, Visibility cab unit, 400 hp.
Photo courtesy of the Bruce Chapman Collection.
KINGSTON, CANADA - September 20, 2015: Engine 1095 in Kingston shows the city's
Canadian Locomotive Co. #2 (1951)
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The locomotive is a 50 Ton Diesel-Electric Whitcomb center-cab switcher and was manufactured by the Canadian Locomotive Company in 1950.
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A Montreal Locomotive Works advertisement, circa 1940.
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CLC Industrial Diesel (Canadian Locomotive Company) at Kingston Ont. 1950's. The Canadian Locomotive Company, commonly referred to as CLC, was a Canadian ...
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Aerial view of Canadian Locomotive Company's works circa 1920. National Archives of Canada PA-30632
CPR yard (Winnipeg) in 1974. It is part of series of light switchers (CP10 to CP21), built by the Canadian Locomotive Works in Kingston Ontario between ...
Canadian Northern Railway Locomotive, Montreal Locomotive Works, Montreal, Quebec, 1913
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The locomotive is a 50 Ton Diesel-Electric Whitcomb center-cab switcher and was manufactured by the Canadian Locomotive Company in 1950.
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From the Library and Archives Canada, courtesy of Colin Churcher.
Chained aboard CN flat cars, these locomotives are part of a large order of locomotives destined for India. Based on their shipping date of May, 1950, ...
1955 Canadian National Railways Super Continental Service original vintage advertisement. Dieselized all the way.
Sketch of Canadian Locomotive & Engine Company works in the 1880's. CLC/Record of Printing Plates, Queen's University Archives.
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Early advertisement in Kingston (Canada West) City Directory, 1867. Special Collections, Stauffer Library, Queen's University.
Canadian Pacific #19, a diesel Torque Converter (D-T-C) locomotive used for light switching duties in the sixties. It featured Diesel Hydraulic design, ...
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Travel by train - Safety, comfort, economy Canadian Pacific Railway Lines, world's greatest travel system. Summary: Poster showing a speeding train.
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The LRC (Light, Rapid, Comfortable) was built by Bombardier (MLW), Alcan and Dofasco in co-operation with CN and later VIA Rail Canada as a higher speed ...
Ad for James Reid funeral and ambulance services (circa 1902)- Kingston, Ontario
1891 funeral train.
Construction of the transcontinental railway spurred the birth of Canada; in fact, all of North America was undergoing change in the 19th century.
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Funeral train of Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald.
C.P.R. locomotive and employees
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One of the Canadian National 44 Ton locomotives, at an unknown location, in pre-1961 CNR green and yellow livery. These units were designed for industrial
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CP passenger train heading east towards Calgary about 1973
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CPR advertisement highlighting "Free Farms for the Million" in western Canada, circa 1893.
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Photo from the Library and Archives of Canada LAC-PA203695
50-ton Whitcomb switcher manufactured by the Canadian Locomotive Company in 1950, now used
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Locomotive builders often presented the customer with a number of framed photographs of a new order.
Photo courtesy of the H. Hinchley collection, Public Archives, Canada
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