Canadian Corner: Canadian National Railway Steam Locomotives

Featured subjects on today’s Canadian Corner are Canadian National Railway steam locomotives in Windsor, Ontario. Engines featured include No. 6122 (MLW-1927) next to the massive coaling tower, No. 6237 (MLW-1943) taking water, and streamlined No. 6402 (MLW-1936) posing a classic vignette with the engineer and fireman. The yard photo is at the Windsor roundhouse looking west toward the ferry transfer slips. The Lansdowne and perhaps the Manitowoc or Huron can be seen in the distance. The yard and tracks have been removed and replaced with a parking lot for the Windsor Casino.

CNR No. 6122 - Windsor, Ontario (Credit: Unknown)

CNR No. 6237 - Windsor, Ontario (Credit: Unknown)

CNR No. 6402 - Windsor, Ontario (Credit: Unknown)

CNR Yards - Windsor, Ontario (Credit: Unknown)


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2 thoughts on “Canadian Corner: Canadian National Railway Steam Locomotives

  1. Hi Tom, in the last picture here with the yard and dock, would you happen to know if there might be either an aerial view or a track plan somewhere?

    Al

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