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The official poster by Dennis Budgen, a Calgary illustrator, produced for THE GREAT CPR EXPOSITION at the Glenbow Museum, 1983-1984. It measures 22" x 29" and is framed on one of the walls of Massey’s residence.
The limited edition poster is now valued at £30 (about $50) at a UK specialty poster shop. http://www.heatons-of-tisbury.co.uk/posters29.html

The Exposition assembled many original artifacts from the Canadian Pacific Railway Archives,  and it was a combination of 3 events: a public viewing of artifacts, launching of a hardcover book (Trail of Iron: The CPR and the Birth of the West, 1880-1930) and conferences. All three were blockbusters.

The organizers gave particular attention to the origin, construction and operation of the CPR in Western Canada from 1885 to 1930. Spread over 8500 square feet of gallery space, were track laying tools, many dioramas, period photographs and original CPR documents including the original letter of William Van Horne, by which he accepted the CPR presidency, 

Of particular interest were museum-quality artifacts, built by local model railroaders. One group spent thousands of hours recreating prairie landscape; while another group operated a model railway setup and another manned a telegraph station with messages sent back and forth. 

One of the displays was an 85-meter (about 250 ft.) replica of the Stoney Creek Bridge (east of Revelstoke BC), as it looked in 1886. The bridge supports on the display were 130 cm (about 5 ft.) high. Just around the corner from the Stoney Creek Bridge one almost walked into the interior of a mountain snowshed. Built three-quarters of its full size by the Alberta Pioneer Railway Association, it showed two section men aboard a hand car, their lantern providing the only light in the darkness. Other galleries contained full-scale replicas of a country railway station, a sleeping car, and the setting of a table in a railway dining car (with mirrors at either end giving the illusion of several tables).

Only portions of THE GREAT CPR EXPOSITION (mostly photographs and some less-rare artifacts) went on tour afterwards but the event attracted thousands of visitors during its run. Many visited two or even three times. More at: http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/MCR/article/view/17173/22813
 

Submitted by Massey F. Jones 


 


 

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Of the hundreds of photos ever taken at 
Morants Curve this one was shot for the CPR. 
It bears a sticker on the
back 11"x14" plaque-mounted copy from their 
store 30 years ago, denoting that it's a product of
"The Canadian Pacific Photographic Services at Windsor Station in Montreal negative MNC 
2492(W)". CPR 8510 is heading "The Canadian"
eastbound, as a replacement for their 
well-known round 
nosed FP units.
This picture submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the Massey F. Jones collection - Photo on plaque by CPR (pre-1978)
Morants Curve is on the Alberta #1A Highway, 
a few miles east of Lake Louise. While the photo 
is taken at the curve bearing his name, it may
not have been shot by the man himself.
Nicholas Morant served as Special Photographer
to the CPR from 1929 to 1935 and again from 
1944 to 1981 
He then retired at Banff AB and passed away in 
2007.  http://www.railfame.ca/sec_ind/heroes/en_
2007_Morant

After the 8510 rebuilt by CP as GP9u, chop-nose in 1980, it was renumbered 1512 and then employed
mostly in heavy yard work before
retirement in December 2011.  http://www.mountainrailway.com/
Roster%20Archive/CP 

The number was then reused for one of
the CPR modern locomotives on the road today. http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/show
Picture.aspx?id=319170

This picture submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR EMD FP7 Canadain at North Bay Ont. Sept 1955
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CP 1418 on display in Medicine Hat AB at 
Riverside Veterans' Memorial Park which
is also home of the Cenotaph, two CPR 
locomotives, and a World War II 
tank. The locos are CPR 1418 and 1424, 
seen coupled
to the 1418. 
This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones
Royal Canadian Pacific: Mile 1.1 just out 
of the station in Calgary The Royal Canadian 
Pacific, www.royalcanadianpacific.com/
is a deluxe hotel on wheels, accommodating a 
very limited number of passengers + crew and 
costs about $7000 one-way.
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
 CPR EMD FP7A #1400

The 1400 was replaced by CPR 4106 and 4107
at the at the head end of the Royal Canadian 
Pacific and is presently stored unserviceable at Calgary;  being used as a parts source 

http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/showPicture
.aspx
http://www.trainspotted.com/photo.php
?id=1317
http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php
?id=174275
 

This picture was taken by Bill Grandin and was submitted by Jim Parker
CP 1404 at Dorval (near PE Trudeau airport), 
outbound with "The Canadian" section from 
Montreal on July 13, 1974.

This F7A  locomotive was built in 1953 as
CP 4103 and renumbered  CP 1404 in 1954
. In 1978, it was sold to VIA as their 1404
before being upgraded, painted and 
renumbered VIA 6553 in 1980. In 1995,
it became Algoma Central 1756 and used for their  Agawa Canyon trips. 
See my page:
http://yourrailwaypictures.com/OldDiesels
/index-via.html
http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.
php?id=387782

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
There are a few details on this locomotive, that were
installed on passenger locomotives hauling 
The Canadian in 1974 and later removed.
One was the icicle cutter in the roof, designed so that
icicles wouldn’t hit the domes in tunnels, the other one 
is a set of lights fitted to the roof above the forward 
ladder, also designed for use in tunnels. 
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR EMD FP7A #1420 at Toronto Ont. Aug 1956

The EMD FP7 was a 1,500 horsepower 
(1,100 kW), B-B dual-service passenger and freight-hauling diesel locomotive produced between 
June 1949 and December 1953 by General Motors' Electro-Motive Division and General Motors Diesel. Final assembly was at
GM-EMD's La Grange, Illinois plant, excepting
locomotives destined for Canada, in which case 
final assembly was at GMD's
plant in London, Ontario. The FP7 was 
essentially EMD's F7A locomotive extended by 
four feet to give greater water capacity for the
steam generator for heating passenger train

This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD FP7B #1911
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD E8A #1802 Sept 1965

The E8 was a 2,250-horsepower (1,678 kW), 
A1A-A1A passenger-train locomotive built by
General Motors' Electro-Motive Division (EMD)
of La Grange, Illinois.
450 cab versions, or E8As, were built from 
August 1949 to January 1954, 447 for the U.S. 
and 3 for Canada.

This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD E8A #1802
This picture was taken bt Gill grandin and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD FP9A #1412 at Canoe B.C. June 1967

The EMD FP9 was a 1,750 horsepower 
(1,300 kW), B-B dual-service passenger and freight-hauling diesel locomotive produced 
between February 1954 and
December 1959 by General Motors Electro-
Motive Division, and General Motors Diesel. 
Final assembly 
was at GM-EMD's La Grange, Illinois plant, 
except for Canadian orders, which were
assembled by Canadian subsidiary GMD at 
London, Ontario. The FP9 was essentially
EMD's F9 locomotive extended by four
feet to give greater steam generator and
water capacity for hauling passenger trains.

This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD FP9A #1414at Sudbury Ont.
Sept 1976
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD FP9A #1409 at Ottawa Ont. May 1956
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD FP9A #4071
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the Jim Parker collection
CPR EMD FP9A #4036 at Agincourt Ont. Sept 1975
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker  
CPR 1408 is an FP9A unit built by General Motors 
Diesel (GMD) March 1954 (Ser#A592), 1750 h.p. 
It was wrecked in 1977 and retired in December 1978.
In the back is a B unit, built in 1952 @ 1500 h.p.

Note the icicle breakers on the roof used in tunnels 
to prevent damage to the domes of "The Canadian" passenger train. Also not the difference in grille 
treatment.

Photo credit (back of print) Canadian Pacific – Massey F. Jones collection 
CP 4104 at Medicine Hat, AB Summer 1969
This picture was taken by Keith Hansen and submitted by J. Guy Hamel
CPR FM CFA16-4 #4104 at Medicine Hat, AB 
Summer 1969
This picture was taken by Keith Hansen and submitted by J. Guy Hamel
CP 4104 ran between Nelson BC and Calgary AB for a 
long time along the Crowsnest
Pass (near the US border) hauling freight.
At the end of its career (June 1975), this Fairbanks 
Morse Canadian Locomotive Works locomotive became available for donation, while its sister 4105 was scrapped.
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
P 4104 is seen here in primer paint at the Museum of Highwood in High River AB in 1989.
When the loco and rail car display became redundant for museum purposes, the privately owned loco was removed
and stored at Alstom (formerly Ogden Shop) in Calgary southeast.

The loco (now in the CPR maroon and gray paint scheme) was to be removed  in December 2010, after most of the
CPR Ogden facility  was sold to Alstom. 
4104 could now be stored at a proposed rail museum in Beseiker AB but this is
not certain . Website: http://www.alberta2005rail.com/
A great photo of the 4104 in service at Nelson BC is available at http://www.flickr.com/photos

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR 4065 (possibly 1974). at the Alyth diesel shops.(Calgary) This "C Liner" (CPA16-4) was retired in 1975 and is now preserved in the Canada Science and TechnologyMuseum (CSTM) collection 
in Ottawa.
Picture was taken looking at the south 
side of the facility.
This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR F-M CFA16-4 # 4065 at Cranbrook BC, Aug, 1974
This picture was taken by Keith Hansen and submitted by J. Guy Hamel
CPR F-M CFA16-4 #4105 at Cranbrook BC, Aug 2, 1974
This picture was taken by Keith Hansen and submitted by J. Guy Hamel
CPR F-M CFA16-4 #4081 at Crowsnest BC, Aug 20, 1971
This picture was taken by Keith Hansen and submitted by J. Guy Hamel
CPR F-M CPB16-4 #4449 at Agincourt Ont. Sept 1969
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker

 
CP 1403 
 This picture was submitted by Arthur Grieve, Winnipeg, Manitoba
CP4037 near Revelstoke BC c.1952
 This picture was submitted by Arthur Grieve, Winnipeg, Manitoba
CPR1867 Centennial Train Red Deer AB c.1967
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
Westbound  CPR "Canadian", photographed from the 
Bow River Pathway, on the north bank of the river; roughly at Memorial Boulevard x 26th St NW, late summer,  mid 80s, around 11 am. Designed for cyclists and pedestrians and skirting the river for a fair distance, the pathway make it easy to capture rail with several open spots along the route. Track at this photo location is in the shadow from the adjacent cliff in the afternoon, however westbound trains benefit from front lighting then.

VIA abandoned passenger service in January 1990. 
Traffic is now limited to "heavy haul" (freight)  and not as frequent as it once was but trains are now a mile long. 
Best time for westbound trains is 
between 2 pm and 6 pm.

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP1432 and CP29

This was at St. Luc diesel shop, and apparently it was on the last steam run on CP, November 6th, 1960, 75 years less a day from the driving of the last spike at Craigellachie BC on November 7th, 1885.

 

This picture was submitted by Jean Guy Hamel, Quebec, Canada
and was contributed by Pierre Cadieux
CP 4068 on a Canadian Railroad Historical Association (CRHA) St. Lawrence Valley fantrip in the Gatineau Hills (Ottawa area) circa mid-60s.
The unit became VIA 1424. See a photo of this unit coupled to the 1418 in Medicine Hat AB, on this page).
This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR ALCO FA1 #4000
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the Jim Parker collection
CPR ALCO FA1 #4001
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the Jim Parker collection
CPR ALCO FA1 #4003
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the Jim Parker collection
CP ALCO FA-1 #4019 built in 1950
ALCO FA was a family of B-B diesel locomotives designed to haul freight trains. The locomotives were
built by a partnership of ALCO and GE in Schenectady, New York, between January 1946 and May 1959.

Three different models were offered. The FA-1/FB-1, which featured a 1,500 horsepower (1,100 kW) rating,
was built from January 1946 to October 1950 with a 1,600 hp (1,200 kW) version produced between March and August 1950 (many early models were subsequently upgraded to 1,600 hp)

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR ALCO FA2 #4050 at North bay Ont. May 1975
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO FA2 #1100 and Agincourt Ont.
This picture was taken by Bill Grandin and was submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO FB2 #4468 at London Ont. March 1969
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO FB2 #4469 at Agincourt Ont. Nov 1971
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
FP7 CPR FP7 #4074, leading a consist of double decker cars out of downtown Montreal, on the West Island commuter line near Pierre Elliot Airport, in the 70s.
After being sold to Agence Metropolitaine de Transport 1n 1982, the loco continued service as  AMT1304 in
AMT paint, before being replaced by newer units.
All of  AMT FP7s were sold to other railways and AMT 1304 went to Michigan in 2002.
The demand is great for these, leading dinner trains in the US.
This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones
Canadian Pacific Railway FP7 1401 (GMD 1953), 
used for Royal Canadian Pacific excursions http://www.royalcanadianpacific.com/ 

This photo was taken in the Great Hall departure point for the RCP on November 5th, 2011; following a fundraiser train pull in support of the Special Olympics.
As participants pulled the diesel forward 30 ft (paying $20 apiece for the privilege), the trackmobile in the rear returned the unit to its original starting
position for the next 20 person team.

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones
Canadian Pacific Railway FP7 1401 (GMD 1953)

"The Great Hall", a 152m wing (just short of 500 ft), where the Royal Canadian Pacific is stored, when in Calgary. 
This photo was taken on November 5th, 2011.

The area can accommodate up to 80 people for seated dining  and about 200 people for weddings etc.
Catering is provided by the adjacent multi-star Palliser Hotel. View their interesting website.
Trips on the Royal Canadian Pacific are in the upper four-figure range, with onboard stateroom and
showers. Accommodation  is limited to 32 guests, each receiving VIP treatment throughout the consistof 10 fully 
restored (1916-1931) Canadian Pacific
business cars . 
http://www.royalcanadianpacific.com/
http://www.royalcanadianpacific.com

 This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones  
CP 1401 and CP 3084 behind the diesel shop at Alyth Yard in Calgary. They are used as head-end power for the Royal Canadian Pacific train, which program is temporally suspended. Freight locomotive CP 5625 sits behind the pair.

The photo is taken from an employee parking lot off Alyth Road, accessed from 9 Ave SE.   A caution, that going too far on Alyth Road leads into CPR
property and the area is patrolled. Morning shots are best and equipment is usually plentiful.

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones
The CPR "Canadian" over the Nipigon 
River;  from a postcard he had sent to his 
folks,  back in the late 1950s.
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR Canadian arriving in Toronto Ont.
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker
Built by EMD in 1949 (Serial Number 
8681, Class DPA-22a) CPR 1801 sits on one
of the platforms at Windsor Station in 
Montreal in the late 60s, following its 
Maritimes assignment from Montreal to
St. John NB via Maine as as CPR 41/42 "
The Atlantic Limited", crossing into the 
US at Megantic Que and emerging bac
k into Canada at McAdam NB 

CPR always operated "The Atlantic" at
minimal levels with only a single E8 locomotive, baggage car, coach, diner and sleeping car. 
Passengers for Halifax were required to use
a ferry, thentransfer to the Dominion Atlantic
Railway (DAR).
Note the Guaranteed Pure Milk water tank.
To view the history of this water tank go to:
http://www.heritagemontreal.org/
and to view the restoration of this tank go to:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guaranteed

 

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP 1802 Note the "Guaranteed Pure Milk" 
water tank

Note the Guaranteed Pure Milk water tank.
To view the history of this water tank go to:
http://www.heritagemontreal.org/
and to view the restoration of this tank go to:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guaranteed

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones
Inbound CPR commuter bilevel train passing
over the CNR  (Montréal-Toronto) mainline, 
mid summer 1970s.
The CPR FP7A-led consists, assigned to 
Montreal's West Island (Montreal-Vaudreuil), replaced a string of 10 or so Dayliners (RDC
Budd Cars) shown on this page,
crossing a bridge.
After being sold to the Agence Métropolitaine de Transport, all the disel units were renumbered and repainted in the AMT blue and silver scheme, where
they served for a time, before being replaced by (mostly ex-Amtrak) FP40 units.
Today the more modern F59PH are assigned to the corridor, on very the same CPR track, while Montréal-Toronto CN and VIA trains continue using the lower track. The bilevel cars gave way to a more streamlined version
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR EMD FP7A #4034 at Agincourt Ont.
This picture was taken by Bill Grandin and was submitted by Jim Parker
CPR 1402, leading a pre-VIA Rail "The Canadian" consist, most likely around North Bay ON, sometimetime in
the mid 70s.
VIA took over the crack passenger train operation in 1978.
Note the ditch lights, then just coming into general use for all road diesels.
Originally built as CPR 4101 in 1953 and
subsequently renumbered CPR 1402
the unit was sold to VIA (1402), painted in blue 
and yellow VIA colours and retired in 1983.
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones 
CP 1802, waiting to lead The Atlamtic Limited  departing  Montreal's Windsor Station at 6pm in the early 70s..as 
Train 42 
Despite being a "name" train, Canadian Pacific always treated eastbound CP42 and its westbound counterpart
CP 41, as the poor cousins. 
Halifax-bound passengers couldn't make it through and
had to transfer to a  the Dominion Atlantic Railway train to get them home. (DAR was a subsidiary of the CPR)
For some a ferry ride was necessary, from St John NB
to Digby NS. Equipment usually consisted of either E8s 1800 or 1802, the Canadian Pacific Railway only E8s ever purchased (1801 was damaged at La Chevrotiere QC http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTC-A0d4Vn4 
and never ran again). Trains 41/42  only had basic facilities of coach, sleeper and snack bar and traveled overnight through the United States through Maine, reaching Canada the next morning. This was the most direct route.
Certain political changes came about, including the
formation of VIA in 1978 and the route was changed to provide Montréal-Halifax service using CN and 
CP tracks, such as it is today.
View the Atlantic Limited schedule at http://www.streamlinerschedules.com/concourse/track6/
atlanticltd195705.html
Solid historical details can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantic_(train)#
The_Atlantic_Limited
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP1800 E8Au Head End of The Candian
at Montreal West ca1955
This picture was taken and submitted by Terry Danks in 1955 at Montreal West Station
CP 4085 at Moose Jaw Sask, Spring 1979
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB

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