Canadian Industrials

Canada Starch #7 (photo taken February 17, 1991) at Ottawa Ontario. It was retired at the end of 1990 from Canada Starch (based in Cardinal, Ontario). It is an MLW S-4 built for CN as #8018.

Marc Simpson photo

Donohue Inc. #22 (MLW RS-3), stored in the plant at Baie Comoeau. A spy's view from Sept. 19th, 1998.

Rolf Stumpf photo

Neptune Bulk 80 (ALCo S-6, ex SP) at Burnaby BC, December 1st, 1997.

Sheldon L. Perry photo

The MLW S-3 Ports Canada #1002 was manufactured in 1951. In 1987 was brought to the Canadian Railway Museum, St. Constant, Quebec, where this picture was taken in June 1994.

Gicu Popescu photo
Lafarge 16-52 Obviously retired from service at Lafarge Exshaw, Alberta, S-3 no. 16-52 seems to await transfer. Note the auxiliary air hose along the running board. January 11th, 2001

Rolf Stumpf photo

The MLW switcher currently owned by Rocky Mountain Rail Society of Calgary, Alberta (owners of steam loco ex CN6060). The S-3 was moved in August 2002 from Exshaw to the Alstom facility in Calgary. Plans are to restore to operating condition, but this will no doubt be a fairly long term project. While preliminary indications are good, final decision awaits complete inspection. At a minimum, we know that the wheels will have to be replaced. (report by Dale Olson)

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