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Roberval Saguenay #18 awaiting sale in the Cartierville district of northern Montreal in 1975.

This 50-ton Whitcomb locomotive was built in April 1941 (#60083) and acquired new by Alcan.
From then on, it was an internal plant switcher at the Alcan facility in Arvida QC.

When photographed, the loco had been acquired by United Railway Supply, who who repainted it dark green with and sold it to Stelco in 1976.
It then went to St Lawrence Iron & Metal for scrapping.
View a photo of her and other Roberval Saguenay diesels
on this page at: http://www.trainweb.org/oldtimetrains/RS/roster_diesel.htm

Roberval Saguenay is a railway arm of Alcan, now
Rio Tonto Alcan.

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
Here is a 3/4 view of the loco after refurbishing and repainting by United Railway Supply, in October 1974.
See another switcher in the back, in the process of 
being repaired. Most came from major railways 
were resold to other companies as in-plant switchers.
The new customer wanted the interior  repainted light
pink. United Railway Supply dissolved in 1979.
Roberval Saguenay #8 is not listed in any on-line rosters 
or other book research.

It has toiled at the Alcan plant in Arvida in the
Saguenay region, about 150 miles (240 km) north 
of Quebec City for a number of years as an obscure
in-plant switcher. 

The lack of weathering is probably explained by the
fact that the loco operated mostly indoors, moving
bauxite cars, melting pots and other aluminum products, because its battery operation does not create noxious fumes. 

The name Arvida  is derived from the name of its
founder, Arthur Vining Davis, president of the Alcoa aluminum company (later Alcan and now Rio Tinto).

 

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the Massey F. Jones Collection
Roberval Saguenay was originally formed as a pulp
hauler. When the company went under around 1926,
Alcan purchased Port-Alfred's port and rail facilities 
and the docks were converted so they could load 
bauxite for the new aluminum smelter in Arvida by 
small steam locomotives. 

Up to about 1941, Alcan would have been using electric locomotives as in-plant switchers because of the great amount of hydroelectric power available for smelting and 
the fact that diesels were still in their infancy. RS#8 was likely such a trolley pole electric unit.

Sometime in 1941 it was rebuilt again and became a diesel electric unit. Finally, in 1950 Alcan made it into a battery powered "in-plant" switcher. 

 

Massey F. Jones Collection
RS#8 along the fence at the Alcan Arvida plant in a mid-1970s. Whether it has now been disposed of or is
still active has not been verified. 

It likely operated alongside the RS #18 Whitcomb diesel seen on this page but allowed indoors, due to the fact that, unlike its counterpart, it did not generate diesel exhaust fumes while in motion.

 

Massey F. Jones Collection
EMD GMDH-1 #600 st London Ont. Aug 1957
The GMD GMDH-1 was an experimental 
diesel-hydraulic switching locomotive built by General Motors Diesel of Canada. Four examples were built
.[1] It was a double-ended, center-cab design. The first 
two locomotives were each fitted with a pair of 6-cylinder Detroit Diesel series 110 engines giving 600 horsepower
(450 kW), while the second pair had two series 71 engines developing 800 hp (600 kW).

The first constructed, in December 1956, was serial 
#A1597, numbered GMDD 1001.[2] It became the 
GMD London, Ontario plant switcher in April 1958, 
and was retired in November 1975. The locomotive was
given to the Canadian Railway Historical Association 
in July 1977, and passed into the collection of the 
Canada Science and Technology Museum in November 
1986 after being restored by Al Howlett of London, Ontario.[3]

The second locomotive, serial #A1713, was completed in September 1958, and was first numbered GMDD 600 
as a demonstrator. It was later sold to Brazil, where it
was RFFSA 600 and later Rio Grande do Sul 6031.[4] 
The unit is reported as having been subsequently scrapped.[5]

This picture was taken and was submitted by Jim Parker
Pacific Great Eastern 1004, photographed at North Vancouver in the mid-70s. 

PGE 1004 is a Fairbanks-Morse model H 10-44
(Serial # 10L174). Throughout its early life, it was 
put to work hauling logs as D1 for the Columbia & 
Cowlitz (Weyerhaeuser) in Washington State, who
then traded it to Alco for a newer locomotive. 

Alco then sold it to PGE in 1972. They renumbered
1004 and used it to switch cars in its North Vancouver
yard.  The only non-Alco unit on the roster, the 
F-M was cut up for scrap in 1975.

 

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the Massey F. Jones Collection
The nose of Pacific Great Eastern 1004.  While a couple
of photos of the rear of the unit in North Vancouver will 
be found online,  Massey states that the one above is an original from a colour negative scan and here is a view
of the long hood to prove that it is the real thing.

The Fairbanks-Morse H 10-44 was in production from August, 1944-March, 1950. As the name implies, it
was 1000 horsepower (750 kW) locomotive with a 
4-wheel (B-B) arrangement. A total of 195 units were
built for American railroads and only three intact 
examples of the H-10-44 are known to survive today, 
all of which are owned by railroad museums. 

A lot of early diesels operated long nose forward,
reminiscent of steam locomotives still in service in the 1950s. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FM_H-10-44

In the model railroading world, the H 10-44 is considered 
a classic diesel and many leading manufacturers are marketing versions in various paints.

 

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the Massey F. Jones Collection
BCR 676 was a model RS-27, built by ALCO in 1959
as a demonstrator. Only 27 examples were 
manufactured. After becoming Union Pacific #676, the
unit  was sold to a US company in 1971 They in turn 
sold it to Montreal Locomotive Works who 
refurbished it and painted it maroon and silver. 

MLW used it as a leased unit on the Roberval Saguenay Railway and British Columbia Railway.  Here, it is photographed in the North Vancouver yard in the
early 70s before being resold in 1974 to the Cape Breton Development Corporation (Devco) Railway near
Sydney  Nova Scotia, who renumbered it 214 and 
scrapped it in 1984. 

View the Devco 214 passing the passing the 
Victoria Junction office at: http://www.trainweb.org/sandlrwy/images/devco214.jpg and visit this coal mining town at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victoria_Junction,_Nova_Scotia

 

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the Massey F. Jones Collection

 
 

 
 
This is a scan from a magazine of Thousand Island Railway #500, a.k.a The Susan Push.
Here is part of an an excellent description of her (slightly adapted and abbreviated for this caption) from http://business.highbeam.com/136948/article-

Only 6.33 miles long, the TI connected the resort and manufacturing town of Gananoque, Ont., on the
St. Lawrence River with the main line of the Canadian National Ry. between Montreal and Toronto. 
Locomotive no. 500, locally known as The Susan Push, 
was the TI's sole motive power from 1931 to 1962, thus
one of my earliest railroad memories and an engine
I simply had to model. 
The Susan Push was constructed by the Oshawa Ry. 
shops using the frame, trucks, and traction motors from retired Oshawa electric No. 42. The rest of the
components came from Whitcomb via its Canadian 
licensee, the Canadian Locomotive Works. The engine
was completed in May 1930 (even though Whitcomb
gives the date as December) and given builder's
no. 50006. It worked on the Oshawa Ry. until 
March 1931 when it was transferred to the 
Thousand Islands Ry. and became no. 500.
Originally powered by a 250-hp Waukesha gasoline 
engine, it was one of only eight Whitcomb gas-electrics
ever built. However, in 1947 the CN rebuilt the unit into a diesel-electric using a pair of Cummins diesels. 
When the Thousand Islands Ry. was integrated into the Canadian National system in 1959, The Susan Push,
at a mere 35 tons, became the smallest locomotive
on the entire system. Though taken out of service in 
1962, no. 500 wasn't officially retired until April 1963.
On June 4, 1966, after months of restoration by the
CN, it was donated to the town of Gananoque for
public display.

Other links are at: http://www.trainweb.org/oldtimetrains/CNR/TIR.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thousand_Islands_Railway

At http://www.mashpedia.com/Thousand_Islands_Railway, click on the photo of the 500,  to get excellent YouTube
type closeups of the engine (the site is a bit slow to load)
 

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
White pass # 1 and 2 at North Vancouver, BC Early 1980's
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
White Pass # 1 at North Vancouver, BC Early 1980's
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
White Pass # 2 at North Vancouver, BC Early 1980's
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
White Pass # 2 Traction Motor at North Vancouver, BC
Early 1980's
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
PSTR #2 at Port Stanlry Ont, Aug 2004

The PSTR trains run on the old L&PS tracks going North
from Port Stanley.
The old L&PS station at Port Stanley is their location for boarding & de-boarding of their passenger trains. 
When used by the L&PS this station was the second to 
it's last stop at Port Stanley . The last Southern stop 
for the L&PS was at the beach.

This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
PSTR #L3 at Port Stanley Ont, Aug 2004
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
PSTR #L5 at Port Stanley Ont, Aug 2004
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
Fundy Gypsum Miller Crek NS
Cretter #49 25 Ton GE sitting outside the maintenance 
shop. Mantua N.S. Nov 2006.
Fundy Gypsum ran other 25 ton locomotives at different periods. Some of these can be seen at:
http://www.dardpi.ca/wiki/index.php?title=Category:
Canadian_Gypsum
This picture was posted as "Public domain" on Photobucket by Brian Hiscock
Fundy Gypsum Miller Crek NS
Cretter #49 25 Ton GE sitting outside the maintenance shop. Mantua N.S. Nov 2006
This picture was posted as "Public domain" on Photobucket by Brian Hiscock
PotashCorp New Brunswick GE 70 Tonner sits at the 
end of the yard out of service July 2007 Potash Mine, 
Penobsquic NB
This picture was posted as "Public domain" on Photobucket by Brian Hiscock
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 CLC D-T-C 44H44a1 #21 at McClean Sask.
June 1967
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
CPR CLC D-T-C 44H44a1 #21 at McClean Sask.
June 1967
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
Domtar Donnacona diesel-electric #4, scanned 
from a series of negatives of the loco taken from a
train during a railfan trio with the Canadian Railroad
Historical Society in the early 1970s. Donnacona is
an industrial town located about 40 kilometres (25 mi) 
west of Quebec City. The town was named by Domtar, 
which prior to mergers with other newsprint companies,
was the main area employer. The locomotive’s colou
r in this photo is industrial yellow with black lettering.

The diesel loco’s ancestry could not be adequately 
traced through rosters but all signs point to 65-Ton 
General Electric locomotive Serial# 32773, built in
December 1956 and acquired new by Domtar. 
In January 1980, they sold it to Canadian forestry
company MacMillan Bloedel, who operated the loco, 
now renumbered to 699, in the Powell River area of
BC till 1998; before selling it to NorskeCanada, a 
newsprint concern, who operated the 65-Tonner with
the same number, till retirement in 2001. Close-ups
of a 65-Ton loco controls and components at: http://www.locomotives.net/images/65t-ge-1943/65t
-ge-1943.html

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
INCO GE 44 Ton #202
This picture was taken by Allan Campbell and was submitter by Jim Parker
This un-numbered GE 44 Tonner belonged to
Donahue Inc., at Clermont, Québec in August 1978, 
outbound with a consist of newsprint rolls bound for 
the US; more specifically the Chicago Tribune, which 
was a major shareholder. The cars will later be
transferred to CN.

This type of locomotive was built by General Electric between 1940 and 1956 and designed for industrial 
and light switching duties,

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones  
Another view of the Donahue 44-Tonner; just outside
their newsprint plant at Clermont, in the 
Charlevoix-Est area, a few miles from Quebec City 
on the North Shore.

The company underwent several name changes when newsprint companies were merged into others, in 
the early 1980s.

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones  
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 
and light switching duties, often replacing steam 
locomotives previously been assigned these chores.

The locomotive was built in 1942 by General Electric 
and owned by the Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad (1870-1960) as their D-842. It was acquired by the 
CNR in 1957 and retired in 1970. CNR only owned
six 44 Ton locomotives, numbered 1-6. All six were subsequently sold to companies as plant switchers. 
#6 was sold into the States.

Photo: Alastair S. Preston (back of print) - Massey F. Jones collection  
CNR Yard Utility Engine #50138
This picture was taken by Allan Campbell and is part of the Jim Parker collection
Consumers Co. Plymouth Locomotive Works
#106-6 Aug 1958
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
Consumers Co. Plymouth Locomotive Works
#106-6 Aug 1958
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Parker
Research established that this unnumbered unit might be Abitibi Price #5, a Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) 
S-3, built on 19 Sep 1950 (Ser#77634), here photographed near the Abitibi plant in Kenogami QC in the late 1970s. Kenogami is about 214 miles north of Quebec City in the Saguenay Region. Large amount of forest in the area and cheap electricity from a nearby river allowed Price Brothers and Company in the late 1800s; then Abitibi Price (and so
on, through mergers), to operate a pulp and paper mill and this was their plant switcher, which connected with CN at Jonquiere, a couple of miles away
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
Price Brothers 5, one of the couple of this number that was used for their locomotives. This 50 Ton side rod switcher, 
was used at their newsprint manufacturing plant in the early 70s, before a merger with Abitibi, to become Abitibi Price, which thereafter merged with more companies.
The locomotive is photographed at Alma in the Saguenay region, a couple of hundred miles north of Quebec City.

PB5 was manufactured by GE ((Serial 29870) in 
June 1948 and it was used till sold to a dealer in 1988, to become Canadian General Transportation a "no number"
at their CGTX tank car facility in Riviere des Prairies
(near Montreal). You can view the loco in fairly derelict condition within a series of pictures at http://www.trainweb.org/oldtimetrains/industrial/qc/
gallery1.htm

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
This specialized Kenworth flatbed truck, property of 
Alcan (now Rio Tinto) in the Saguenay region north of 
Quebec City is fitted with a foundry ladle and designed to carry molten aluminum from one plant to another, either
by road or by rail, as evidenced by fitted Hi-Rail units to front and rear bumpers. This view was taken about 1980, when the then brand new truck was put on display for the general public in the area.
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
Rushton Industrial Diesel 400HP, 1950's
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the "Jim Parker Collection"
CLC Industrial Diesel (Canadian Locomotive Company)
at Kingston Ont. 1950's
The Canadian Locomotive Company, commonly referred to as CLC, was a Canadian manufacturer of railway 
locomotives located in Kingston, Ontario. Its works were located on Ontario Street and Gore Street on Kingston's waterfront.
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the "Jim Parker Collection"
GE Industrial Switcher at Lansdown Works Ont. 1950's
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the "Jim Parker Collection"
GWWD Yard Engine 201
This picture was submitted by Arthur Grieve, Winnipeg, Manitoba
AJR101 at Alma QC

The Roberval and Saguenay Railway is owned by Alcan Aluminium Ltd. to serve its smelter as well as other industries, primarily forestry-based ones, including the 
Price Bros. newsprint mill in Alma built in the 1920's. Its trains operate over CN to connect between two portions of the Roberval Saguenay; 19 miles between La-Baie 
and Jonquiere and 10 miles from Herbertville Station to Alma, Quebec. These running rights were granted by the CNR in the fall of 1975. 

The Alma and Jonquieres Railway was incorporated in Quebec in 1912 to build from Herbertville on the Quebec 
and Lake St. John to a point between Grand Decharge and Petite Decharge and from St. Joseph d'Alma to Jonquieres. Construction did not begin
until April 1923 and was completed in August. It too came under ownership of Alcan and eventually was merged (January 1, 1974) into the Roberval & Saguenay.

101 is now scrapped and 102 (last I heard ) was at Exporail, also called the Canadian Railway Museum, in St-Constant QC (just out of the Montreal island), on the South Shore 

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
AJR101 and AJR102 at Alma QC
This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
Vancouver Wharves Ltd. 29 at North Vancouver, May 1988
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
Vancouver Wharves Ltd. 29 and 26 at North Vancouver, June 1987
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
UGG 001 New Westminster BC, Aug 1986
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
BCH 902 at New Westminster BC, Aug 1986
This picture was taken and submitted by Jim Booth, Willingdon AB
Ex- Roberval Saguenay 101, at the the end of its life, in Cartierville, a northern part of Montreal, on the way to Andrew Merrilees Ltd. in Toronto for resale around 1978. 

RSR 101 is an S-2,  built in August 1949 (Ser# 76479), and aquired by Alma Jonquiere Railway (a division of Alcan  - Now Rio Tinto Alcan) in 1974. 
It operated in the Lac St -Jean area of Québec at Alma as their AJR 101, before being painted yellow in its final days and stripped for parts before resale.
The main operating range of the 101 and 102 locomotives was between Alma and Hébertville Station (about 10 miles), where the AJR connected with the CN. 

Basically, the 101 was a company road switcher. On road trips, it usually operated with sister RSR 102, a lookalike
but an S-4 built in 1951.
The roster indicates that 101 was scrapped by its new 
owners in 1990, while sister 102, was saved and is now at 
the Exporail railway museum in St Constant, QC.

This picture was taken and submitted by Massey F. Jones
CNR #77 Working on the Thousand Islands Railway
also shown on Old Time Trains, The Train Web
The only unit of its kind in Canada it was referred to as a "visibility cab" unit, it was built 5/29 (but did not go into CNR service until 5/30) by Canadian Locomotive Company, Kingston to a Westinghouse design with a 6cyl. 400HP Beardmore diesel. Ten similar 70-ton units were also built 1929-37 in the US by Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co. (WEMCo.)
This picture was submitted by Jim Parker and is part of the "Jim Parker Collection"
National Harbours Board diesel D-7, one of eight 
S3 units built in 1951 (D-2 to D-9) by Montreal
Locomotive Works to dieselize operations in the
Port of Montreal. 

The picture was taken sometime in the mid-70s.

 

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the
"Massey F. Jones Collection"
A "going away" shot of National Harbours Board D-7,
built in 1951. 

Of these, only D-2 (renumbered 1002) is now preserved
at Exporail, south of Montreal. 

See it in action at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmH0NTkTtmI ,  with a slightly updated paint scheme. 

Some still pictures are at: http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/Locopicture.aspx?id=
161420

 

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the
"Massey F. Jones Collection"
Vancouver Wharves 24 is an S2, built by Montreal
Locomotive Works in June 1949  (Ser# 76468) for CN,
as their 8141, It was sold to Vancouver Wharves in
October 1973.

View it when it was fairly new at: http://www.trainweb.org/oldtimetrains/industria
l/bc/vancouver_wharves.htm

 

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the
"Massey F. Jones Collection"
The back end of Vancouver Wharves 24, most likely 
at the CP yard on the Waterfront during the early 70s.
This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the
"Massey F. Jones Collection"
PotashCorp New Brunswick GE 70 Tonner sits at the 
end of the yard out of service July 2007 Potash Mine, 
Penobsquic NB
This picture was posted as "Public domain" on Photobucket by Brian Hiscock
Vancouver Wharves 25 is an 80-tonner, It was
constructed in March 1947.

First operating on National Harbours Board trackage 
as NHB 1, it was then transferred to Canadian National Railways,  who numbered it 74. It was renumbered 
again to 25, when VW acquired it. 

The loco is now being preserved by the West Coast
Railway Association in Squamish BC.
View a photo of CN 74  at: http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/showPicture.aspx?
 

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the
"Massey F. Jones Collection"
GE 80-Ton #25, in service with Vancouver Wharves,
during the late 60s or early 70s.. 

It was built by General Electric (Ser# 28688) in
March 1947 and was the second diesel locomotive in
British Columbia. 

In its latter days, the 25 was repainted. 
See it pristine blue paint at: http://www.trainweb.org/oldtimetrains/industrial/
bc/vancouver_wharves.htm 

Then,  fortunately preserved by WCRA but very
chipped in 2008 at: http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/showPicture.
aspx?id=1953908

 

This picture was submitted by Massey F. Jones and is part of the
"Massey F. Jones Collection"


   
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http://yourrailwaypictures.com/ does use cookies to store information about visitors preferences, record user-specific information on which pages the user access or visit, customize Web page content based on visitors browser type or other information that the visitor sends via their browser. 

DoubleClick DART Cookie 
.:: Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on http://yourrailwaypictures.com/. 
.:: Google's use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to users based on their visit to http://yourrailwaypictures.com/ and other sites on the Internet. 
.:: Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy at the following URL - http://www.google.com/privacy_ads.html 

Some of our advertising partners may use cookies and web beacons on our site. Our advertising partners include .... 
Google Adsense 
 

These third-party ad servers or ad networks use technology to the advertisements and links that appear on http://yourrailwaypictures.com/ send directly to your browsers. They automatically receive your IP address when this occurs. Other technologies ( such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons ) may also be used by the third-party ad networks to measure the effectiveness of their advertisements and / or to personalize the advertising content that you see. 

http://yourrailwaypictures.com/ has no access to or control over these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers. 

You should consult the respective privacy policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information on their practices as well as for instructions about how to opt-out of certain practices. http://yourrailwaypictures.com/'s privacy policy does not apply to, and we cannot control the activities of, such other advertisers or web sites. 

If you wish to disable cookies, you may do so through your individual browser options. More detailed information about cookie management with specific web browsers can be found at the browsers' respective websites.