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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 


CP Freight and Road Switcher 
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CP Switchers, Yard and Road


CPR ALCO RS3 #8133 at Wells River Vermont May 1964
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO RS3 #8404 at Brownsville Junction. 
Maine May 1972
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO RS3 #8404 at Brownsville Junction. 
Maine May 1972
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO RS3 #8426 at Havelock Ont. Aug 1977
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO RS3 #8436 at Agencourt Ont. Nov 1971
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO RS3 #8440 at Toronto Ont. May 1969
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CP Rail ALCO 8440 at Agincourt Ont.
This picture was taken by Bill Grandin and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO RS3 #8444 at Agencourt Ont. May 1975
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO RS3 #8448 at London Ont. May 1957
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CP #8000 at Port Coquitlam, BC Aug 1985
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
CP 8000 at Cote St-Luc Yard in Montreal, along with
CP 8905 in April 1977, both intended for retention as
historical artifacts by the railway, being the only one if 
its kind left in Canada from the original series 8000-8012.
CPR 8000 was built on contract from the Canadian 
Locomotive Company by Baldwin in Eddystone, PA on
6 Dec 1948.  It is 58 ft. (17.7m) long and weighs 237,000 lbs. and capable of 1000 hp and maximum speed of
60 mph (96.5 kph).

CPR operated on Vancouver Island on the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway for its entire life and was retired from 
active service in June 1975.  CP repainted the loco in its Montreal Angus Shops to its 1948 Tuscan Red and 
Yellow in 1983, intending it for preservation as the only 
one of its kind in Canada and one of its pioneer diesels.
The sudden passing of the CPR Corporate Historian in
1992 altered the preservation plans and the loco was
instead ferried from the St-Luc Yard to Ogden Shops in 
Calgary (seen on this page),  for indoor storage. Some
2002 views here, tell the full story. The 8000 ended up in Squamish BC and 8905 went to Exporail on the Montreal 
South Shore.

 

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP 8000 going through the Calgary downtown yard, on 
the way from Cote St-Luc in Montreal to the CP Ogden 
Yard in southeast Calgary for  indoor storage in the 
mid-90s, following the passing of the CPR historian
whose mission it had been to preserve the 8000; 
the only model  of its kind in Canada. 

To gain shop space, was, the 8000 was eventually placed outside where the paint faded and we see it in dismal
shape in some 2002 views on this page, after CPR
changed plans and eventually donated the diesel to the 
West Coast Railway Association in Squamish BC in 
2007 for display in their museum.

 

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
Canadian Pacific 8000 sitting idle on a side track at 
their Ogden shops on October 4, 2002.

Being one of the early CPR diesels, it had originally
been put aside by Omer Lavallée, the CPR Corporate 
Historian and Archivist, for future use as an interpretive artifact. When Omer passed away suddenly in 1992, the Baldwin was placed in outside storage, when it became
very weatherbeaten. 

Read about Omer at: http://www.okthepk.ca/dataCprSiding/biblio/v16n16a.htm

 

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
Another view of the CPR 8000 at Ogden Shops
October 4, 2002.

At this point, it looked as though CPR wasn’t going to 
save
the 8000 for exhibition purposes, as originally planned.
Rather than meeting the wrecker, CP donated the 
Baldwin DRS 4-4 1000 to the West Coast Railway
Museum in Squamish BC in 2007.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/37908073@N04/4866715815/

 

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR 8000 and CPR 8573 at Victoria BC
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR 8000 at Victoria
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
This engine was built for the CPR as #8000 It was retired 1975 and preserved by the CPR It was then donated in 
2007 to the The West Coast Railway Association and is
now at the WCRA museum in Squamish B.C.
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR Baldwin DRS4-4-1000 #8006 at Duncan BC June 1967
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR Baldwin DRS4-4-1000 #8006 at Duncan BC June 1967
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CP 8556 and 8905 (FM/CLC H24-66), six-axle road switchers, resting at the Penticton roudhouse April 1973.
Both are Fairbanks Morse/Canadian Locomotive Works,
 6-axle "Trainmaster" All are now retired. CP No. 8905 is the only H-24-66 preserved. 
It can be seen at theCanadian Railway Museum in St-Constant, Québec, just south of Montréal
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
When RS-3 locomotives came to the end of their useful life 
as road switchers around 1976, they became used as yard locomotives by chopping down the nose. 
See a photo of the "before" at: http://trainweb.org/galt-stn/cproster/locomotive
This is a photo of 8459, part of the series of CP 8426 to 8461, 
built in 1954  and retired or sold between 1965 and 1983.
One model was preserved (8427), at Port Alberni BC http://www.othen.site40.net/rare%20locos/apr8427.jpg.

RS- 3 CP 8457 and CP 8444 are photographed in the
early-70s,switching in Winnipeg's Symington yard from
either the Salter Street or Arlington bridge, which I frequently 
visited while stationed in Manitoba for 6 years. This is a scan from a negative, hence undated.

CP 8457 suffered fire damage in August 1979 and was retired the following October, while CP 8444 was retired in March 1983. View a roster photo of 8444 at http://www.mountainrailway.com/Roster%20Archive/CP

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
A view of  Winnipeg's Symington Yard circa early 70s,
with a yard switcher performing its duty and the
Arlington Street bridge in the background.
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP 8018,1000 HP ALCO yard engine.
These units date from the late 1940's and 1950's.
This unit is now the Greater Winnipeg Water District 
unit no.201
This picture was submitted by Arthur Grieve, Winnipeg, Manitoba
CP MLW S3 #6532 at Moose Jaw SK Spring 1979
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
CPR EMD SW8 #6707
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the Jim Parker Collection
CPR EMD SW9 #7404 at Agincourt Ont. June 1970
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD SW9 #7405 at Agincourt Ont. Sept 1975
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD SW9 #7403 Sept 1981
This picture was taken by Allan Campbell and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD SW9 #7403 Sept 1981
This picture was taken by Allan Campbell and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD SW12RS #8104 at Strugon Falls Ont. Oct 1974
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD SW12RS #8118 at Agincourt Ont
This picture was taken by Bill Grandin and was submitted by Jim Parker
VIA #2 CANADIAN  and CP 8100

CP 8100 (SW1200RS) services the VIA #2 CANADIAN
at the downtown Calgary station in the early 1980s. VIA 
no longer serves Calgary and the 8100 was taken 
off-roster in January 1999. As of 2009, there were less
than 2 of these units left on the CP roster. and all were
either sold or scrapped.

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP 8100 in Calgary on May 6, 1989. It was built by 
General Motors between along 29 others between 
July and October 1958 (Ser# 1480) as an SW1 1200 RS
(for Road Switcher) and for many years, operated in 
Calgary, frequently servicing The Canadian
(photo on this page)

In January 1999, it was sold to Broadway 
Motors of Chicago, who then resold it to others 
to use as a company switcher.

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones  
CPR EMD SW12RSu #1214 at Agincourt Ont.
This picture was taken by Bill Grandin and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD SW12RSu #1244 at sault Ste Marie Ont. 
March 1992
Jim Parker Collection
CP yard engine 8120 at Kenora ON. This class of
engine where used as road switchers as well as yard engines.They are of General Motors manufacture. 
The CPR 8100 Series is the counterpart of the 
CNR 1200 Series of SW1200RS 
This picture was submitted by Arthur Grieve, Winnipeg, Manitoba
CPR EMD SW12RS #8154 at West Toronto Ont.
Oct 1964
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD SW12RS #8159 at Sault bSte, Marie Ont.
April 1975
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR EMD SW12RS #8171 at Sault bSte, Marie Ont.
April 1975
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CP 7019 before it was refurbished and placed on 
display at the foot of Calgary's Heritage Park
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP 7019 before it was refurbished and placed on
display at the foot of Calgary's Heritage Park
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP 7019, now preserved at the foot of Calgary's 
Heritage Park, corner of 14 St SW and Heritage Drive.
On the other side of the private road into the Park road is steam locomotive CP 5931. A photo of the 5931 
appears on the CPR Steam Locomotives page
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP 7019 on display at the foot of Calgary's Heritage Park
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP 8774 in the Parkdale district of Toronto.
The CN Tower can be seen in the background.
Most of these 8700 series RS-18 high nose units  were rebuilt into the 1800 series low nose switchers for use in yards and branchlines.
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
Esquimalt & Nanaimo (CP) 8010 leads an extra train
(see the white flags), very likely around Malahat, a few
miles northwest of Victoria BC in the early 70s.

E&N 8010 is a Baldwin/Canadian Locomotive Works DRS4-4-1000, one of 13 (8000- 8012) constructed for the Canadian Pacific in 1948 (Ser# 73977). These locomotives
were configured to run long hood forward. (a throwback
to the steam locomotive days) 

All the Baldwin units were disposed of, between 1973 
and 1975, except 8000, which the CPR wanted to keep 
as an artifact. The 8000 then spent some time in Montreal, before being transferred to Calgary;  where it ended up
unused at the Ogden Shops (and into a couple of paint schemes), before being finally donated to the West Coast Railway Association in Squamish BC. 

View several pictures of the 8000 on this page. 

 

Massey F. Jones collection
E&N (CP) 8010 at the Courtenay station in the mid-70s. 
Massey F. Jones collection
E&N (CP) 6573 on Store Street at Pandora in Victoria BC,
just about to turn into the E&N yard and go across the 
Johnson Street Bridge 

Before 1992, the track used to curve  left on Store Street 
for a few blocks to reach numerous customers and a small 
yard. After construction of the VIA station in 1986 and 
due to dwindling business in the area, E&N ended the
track at the VIA station.
 
 

E&N 6573 is a Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) S-3 
and all were retired or sold by CP from 1972-1986, many
finding a second life as a company plant switcher.

This photo was taken sometime in the mid-70s.

 

Massey F. Jones collection
E&N (CP) 8003 services the Swift Canadian Company
Limited facility on Store St (and presumably Swift St.) in Victoria around the mid-70s, a couple of blocks left of the recently removed VIA station and Johnson Street Bridge.
Massey F. Jones collection
See my Station page for a more detailed map: http://yourrailwaypictures.com/TrainStations/indexBC.html 
attached MFJ
Massey F. Jones collection
CP 6513 at Brandon MB
This picture was submitted by Art Grieve, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canadian Pacific #19, a diesel Torque Converter 
(D-T-C) locomotive used for light switching 
duties in the sixties.
It featured Diesel Hydraulic design, rather than Diesel
Electric design (such as used today),  generated 500 HP.
and was built by the Canadian Locomotive Company. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_
Locomotive_Company

Last in a series in a series ranging from #11 (b/1957) to
# 23 (b/1960) , the D-T-C was sold to a variety of owners
after retirement in 1980. The number 2034 displayed on
the front was it's last "name" with the former owner in
Burlington, Ontario.

It is photographed here at Champion Park on
15 May 1989. Other railway artifacts (track speeder),
signal can be seen in the photo

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
The 19 is in perfect running condition and was moved back 
and forth along the short bit of track for our railfan club 
on 15 May 1989..

Champion Park is named for the railway station, which
was rescued and refurbished. See it in my Stations page.
CP #19 is part of a collection displayed on private property.
The site is not open to the public but serious visitors
may request permission to enter. 

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CPR #21 (Model DTC-2), photographed at the Weston
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 1957 and 1960.  CP21 (Model 44H44A1 Ser# 3008) was built in May 1960 and
retired in October 1976 and then most probably scrapped 
at the Weston yard. A few of this model have been 
preserved around the country, notably #19 at
Champion Park in Okotoks AB, shown on this page. 
See a photo of #19 in her final restoration paint at http://trainweb.org/galt-stn/cproster/locomotive
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
The operator's console of a DTC-2 

This one is inside the #19 cab at Okotoks AB.

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP 6518 Vancouver BC, Sept 1981
This series was taken at old CP yards in down town Vancouver prior to Expo 86. The only thing remaining 
today is part of the CP roundhouse & the turntable.
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
CP 7076 Vancouver BC, Sept 1981
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
CP 7094 Vancouver BC, Sept 1981
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
CPR ALCO S-2 #7096

CP 7096 , likely in St. Johnsbury, Vermont during a
Canadian Railroad Historical
Association fantrip visit in 1972.

Built by Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) in 
August 1949 (Ser# 76939), the S-2, the
locomotive spent most of its working life in the US. 
It was taken out of service  in October 1983 and sold.

See a photo of it, when brand new in its former Tuscan Red livery, at: http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/show
Picture.aspx?id=2070945

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CP 7113 Vancouver BC, Sept 1981
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
CPR ALCO S3 #6537 at West Toronto Ont. Oct 1964
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S3 #6552 at Smiths Falls Ont. May 1956
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker

LIFE LIKE PROTO 2000 HO models that he
own of the ALCO S3's diesel locomotives that were
used to work in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia
around 1956. Later they were transferred to Toronto
where they were lettered "CANADIAN PACIFIC"
and much later they received the CP RAIL paint 
scheme. They alway kept their roadnumbers
6560 and 6561.

They were the only diesel locomotives to be lettered "DOMINION ATLANTIC".
You can see the Web photo of the real #6560 above.
The picture below this one shows the same two locomotives  in their CP Rail Colours

This picture was taken and submitted by Pierre Mathieu The top photo is a web find by Pierre and the owner is unknown
CPR ALCO S3 #6560 and #6561 at Agincourt Ont, 
July 1970
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S11 #6618 at Agincourt Ont. Oct 1974
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7020 at Toronto Ont. May 1969
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7027 at Agincourt Ont. Oct 1974
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7031 at North Bay Ont. May 1975
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7061
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the Jim Parker collection
CPR ALCO S2 #7064 at Toronto Ont. May 1969
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7077 at Agincourt Ont. July 1970
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7077 at Agincourt Ont. Oct 1974
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7089 at Agincourt Ont. July 1970
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7089 at Agincourt Ont. Oct 1974
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7090 at Sturgeon Falls Ont. Oct 1974
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7091 at Sudbury Ont. Oct 1974
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7091 at Sudbury Ont. Oct 1974
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S2 #7091
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the Jim Parker Collection
CPR ALCO S4 #7108 at Agencourt Ont. Oct 1974
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO S4 #7108, March 1975
This picture was taken by Allan Campbell and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO RS23 #8040 at Agencourt Ont. Oct 1974
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR ALCO RS23 #8041 at Agencourt Ont. Sept 1971
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR Baldwin DS4-4-1000 #7065 at Vancouver BC
June 1967
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR Baldwin DS4-4-1000 #7066 at Vancouver BC
June 1967
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker

 
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