* C&StL stands for Chicago and Saint Louis Railway Company

* CNR stands for Canadian National Railways

* GTW stands for Grand Trunk Western

* LRC stands for Light-Rapid-Comfortable

Canadian locomotive Dorchester 0-4-0 1836

C&StL "Dorchester", wheel arrangement 0-4-0, year 1836

Canadian locomotive Samson 0-6-0 1839

Albion Railroad "Samson", wheel arrangement 0-6-0, year 1839

Canadian locomotive V1-a 2-Do-1 + 1-Do-2 1929

Canadian National Railways Class V1-a Number 9000, wheel arrangement 2-Do-1 + 1-Do-2, year 1929

Canadian locomotive R2-a 2-8-2 1930

Newfoundland Railway Class R2-a, wheel arrangement 2-8-2, year 1930

Canadian locomotive U4-a 4-8-4 1936

Canadian National Railways Class U4-a, wheel arrangement 4-8-4, year 1936

CNR GTW Class U4-b, wheel arrangement 4-8-4, year 1938

Canadian locomotive H1-d 4-6-4 1938

Canadian Pacific Railway "Royal Hudson" Class H1-d Number 2850, wheel arrangement 4-6-4, year 1938

Canadian locomotive MPA-27a Bo-Bo 1981

Via Rail LRC Class MPA-27a, wheel arrangement Bo-Bo, year 1981

Canadian locomotive GF6C Co-Co 1983

British Columbia Railway Class GF6C, wheel arrangement Co-Co, year 1983

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