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Canadian Rail no05 may-1938

BULLETnN
OF THE
(CANAD)RAN JRAlllLROAD ~TIn§1f01{IT(AlL
ASSOCllAllITON
NUIllber 5 May,1938.
((D]IID ltelID 1lTI [1)(2 llilIDm eE Z R~ © IITlurre iBn
Th3 Bl;!.L:TIN of the
CAl,ADLU1 RJ,.Il:10AD ;USTO::lICAL AS,OCIATION
Cl-tateau de Ramezey, Hontreal No.5, !.lay, 1938.
with
A SHORT HISTORY OF
C!{AHPLAIN TRANSPORTATION Cm,IPA}JY
-_. by
D. A. Loomis
adaitional notes by Robert R. Brown
Mr. Daniel A. Loomis, a honourary member of the Association
entered the service of the Champlain Transportation Company on July 12,
1886, and re~ained with that company for 51 years until April lst,193?
when it was sold by the Delaware and Hudson to other interests, For·
~he last 14 years of these, he was General !,{anap-er of the Company He
continues as an officer of the Delaware and Hudson as General Manager
of the La La Chaml?lain lVas discovered by successful steamboat in the Vlorld,
t,p early French Explorer, Samuel (see Footnote). It was built at
de Champlain Vlho came onto the the foot of Xin~ Street, in Burling-
lace in 1609. The la commerc ially in use unt 11 after s 1 devlays, ~¥as stuck in the sand,
t!1e French and EnRlish wars a.trout but finally Vias floated and comm-
1760. ~.iajor Phillip Skene in that ence,d service in June lA09, between
year established a larl..e colony 9..t Whitehall, N.Y., and St.Johns, lov/el
the mouth of V,ood Creek, called Canada. The vessel cost ~20JOOO., .
Scenesboro, now ~1hitehall in the it is reported to have been 120 ft.
State of New Yor< and in 1770 to lonp, althollp.h this seems to have
accorr.modate the business which was been a bit of an exag~mration, 20
sprin~ing up on the lake built a feet broad, depth of hold A feet,
sloop and opened communications and it displaced 167 tons. The
with the settlements on the borders enpine was 20 ;.J.P., the maximum
of Lake Champlain and with Canada. speed about 6 m.p.h. and sailinl
This slooO ,uas the first vessel vessels, 7ith a·fair wind, could
built for· the purpose of trade. In easily pass her.
1 ??2 Ira Allen, ,.ho had settled if: An advertisement which appeared
Burlinp.ton buH t a sloop called in the Ve=ont Cent inal, nublished
the I1Liberty and established trade in Burlinpton on June 30th, lA09
with la-:e ports and Canada The stated: The Vermont steamboat
naviRation of La confined to sail vessels until lA09.great eypence t for the convenient·
Robert Fultons steamboat, the accommoda.tion of Ladies and gentle-
Clermont built in Poughkeepsie, oen t/ho wifh to pafs Lake Champlain,
N.Y., commenced operation on the with fnfety and difpatch. She will
Hudson River on September 4th,180? ma~e the parfa!,e of the la~e, 150
John and James Winans, who had miles, in the fhort time of 24 hourE
worked as ship carpenters on the and h;l arrival ar..d departure has
Clermont went to Burlington and bee::1 …. o arranped as to meet the
in leOR comcenced the buildiD2 of Southern Sta~e at White Hall, and
a steamboat called the Vermont 11 complete th~ line to St. Johns, L.C.
and it vias the third commercially The fteam Boat will fail from St.
ful career and continued the ser-and The Champl·3.in Transportation
vice up to lR~5 The Lace Ch.1.mp-Conp~ny continued successful oper-
lain Steamboat Company through ations. In lq37 they built at
various disasters continued their Shelbur!1c Harbor, Vt. the steam-
o,?era t ions and bu il t the nPheonix boa t Burl inlZton ~:hich /as at
IIII at Verp-ennes, Vt in 1S120. This that time the most notable steam-
vessel continued in operation until boat in the world and Vias praised
In:37. The Chrunplain Canal, connect-most highly by Charles Diccens in
ing La:e Charn.plain with the Hudson his IIAmcrican Notes
ll
• The lIBurlin
Rivp.r, was completed in 1823 which ton iVaS followed by a steamboat
provided a direct 7ater connection called Whitehall built at 1,fhite-
between La, Hudson River. Transportation Company continued
In 1834 a second corporation Tas the service and propsered and buil
formed called The Champlain Ferry the SteD.I!lboat IISaranac: at Shelbur,
Co,puny woich started the building Harbor in lA42.
of a steamboat called the General The success of The Champlain
Greene bui 1 tat Shelburne Harbor, Trar.sporta tion Company invited
hear Burlington, In lR25, operating competition and Peter Comstocks
between Burlington, Vt. and Port of ~Vhi tehall, N. Y., vlho had large
Kent, N Y until 1833 when she VlaS interests in the Adirondack Mounai:
converted into a sloop. A third of New Yorc State, started the bui:
COMpany roes formed called The St. ing: in lR44 at r;hi tehall, N. Y. of I
.c~lbans Steamboat Company, chartered steamboat to be called the Franc if
by the Vermont Legislature in 1826 Saltus:i uhich came into possession
to operate steamboats between St. of The Champlain Transportation Co.
Albans, Vt. and Plattsburg, N.Y. in lA4A. This Company built at
This corporation built the steam-Shelburne Harbor in 1847 the Unit(
boat MacDonou/Z.h at 3t. Albans States which was so I:luch better
Bay in 1 G2A. than t!te steamboat Franc is Sal tus
The Lake .Charlplain Steamboat Co. was the reason Vhy the n3al tus!! wae
throl~h oppos it ion became financ ia1-sold to the Company. A steamboat
ly involvAd and finally a new cor-called the :y.than Allenl1 Vas built
poration vms formed called The at Shelburne Harbor in 184? by a
Champlain Transportation Company corporation called the Stea.rn. ToV!
w>1ich received its charter fran the Boat Company.
State of Vermont in October, lA26 The boats of The Champlain Trans-
and t~is corporation took over by portation Company were sold to the
consolidation all of the steamboats Rutl~nd and Burlington Railroad ane
of The La~e Chal!lplain Steamboat Co, operated by that Company in lA53 a[
The Charilplain Ferry Cotlpany and the 1854, the Coopany reta ining the ir
St Albans Steamboat COEpany and to-charter. The operation of steam-
day is the oldest incorporated boats by the Ra ilroad was not
steamboat company havinR a continu-successful and The Champlain Trans­
ous service under its corporate name. portot ion Company took bac!c their
The Steamboa t lIV7ashin~t on was steanboa ts in 1855. Tl7o bonts were
built at Essex, N.Y. in·1A2?, the being built at Whitehall, one calle
Winooski built at Shelburne Harbor the America builtin 1851 i the
in 1832 and the IIWater 7itchi built other called the Canada· built in
at Fort Cassin. Vt. also in 1832. 1853. These boats were bOlllht by
The neVl corporation, The Champlain the Champlain Transportation ~o.
Transportation Company, built their ~hich a~ain controlled excluslvely
first boet called the Franlclin at the operations of steamboats on the
St. Albans. Vt. in lfl27. By pooling la the interests competition YTaS aVOided A stea.oboat called th~ tMontreal
tr
vms cor.!pleted at She:burn( l~J.:cOOT !J3SJ? 1:1:. ;:)S sold to The Champlain
in lR56 and durinf! t~~at V(1ar l:lfl ·ir::ms:~)lntlJ.c iO!l Comp3.ny
D:lawar~ ~!. Hudso:l. RailroA..d Cononny The Vcrno!lt IIr WJS conpleted
ca~e into rossessin~ of the con~ ~t Shelburne rt~rbor, Vt. in 1903,
troll i:!p int~rests of The Chanpla in the :lTicondcroga vas completed at
Transportation Con!.a.ny ·gnd durinp; Sholb1Jrne Harbor in 1906 and that
thp, Civil P!lr from ,1861 to 1J65 there is the! last side-Theel steIJI:lboat t(
nero four stc30boats in ol)pration be built on LaJ.ce Cho.::lpl3in up to
the .IUnited States, the ;1AneriC8, the Orese!lt tine, In 1936 a Diese:
t1113 :!Csnada; and tho Montreal €UPillO ferry boat called the nCity
Bct;-r ….. Fn lA56 :ind lR6? there !ere no of Burlinfltonl> vms built to operat,
bo.:tts built on tr-c lo.:e The a conpeti!18 line between Burlingtor,
II Aa irondo.c( builtin lAo? at Shel-Vt, 3:1d Port Doup;lass, H. y, The
bur:1e Harbor, was at th3t ti~e one entire capitnl stOC
1(
of The Champl.­
of the finest vessels in the country. Transportation Cor.lpany llith its bOi.
The V0rr.lont II ,:)s built at Shel- real estate, frl3.nehise and all its
burne Harbor in lR?l and ilCS the intGrcsts ,,:1S sold April 1st, 193?
lar~est vessel ever built on Lake to an organization headed by ~oract
Chanplain, f! Corbin as !>rcsident and !.~9.n3.ger:
Te Rutland Railroo.d ending .} t continuiIlR the oDorations of Tho
Burl inpton des ired ::J. connect ion v:i th ChEi.[!~pllli no Transportat ion Company. tnt)
ilattsburp end 1lontrce..1 Railroad I!l 193? a second Diesel enRine
at :?lattsburR and built the Oaces ferry bO:lt called the !lCity of
l~!.l,~s· at r·_:~r(s B1y nnsr Burlington Plattsburg r-!as built :1nd cor.mcncee
i:~ lR6R, usinP. her as a car ferry operation, The Company burl~ed WOOt
b(,tV!ecn BurlinRton and Ilattsbur~. as fuel up to u!ld includinp.: the yer:.
The Delt;l,x!are 0; Hudson Railroad hav-lR5? ond conoencing ill 1858 coal WE.
ing obtained control of tho l·:iontreal substituted for wood and this was
& Plattsbur~ Railroad bought the continued up to the present time.
Steamer UOa:es Arles
ll
and transforred The tlTO ferry boats with Diesel
her to The Chanplain Tr~nsportation en~ines used a crude oil for fuel
COH?any, renaned her the Chanplo.in. but the side-wheel steamboats of tt
This boat v::-as r.rec~od ncar W0stport, Conpany are still using cosl as rue
N Y in lA75 This left only the The operation of tho oarly boats
nVp.r:r.l.ont
ll
and the ;Adirondacl(: oper-between 8t. Johns,. Canad3. and White
ating the service of The Champlain hall, NY. continued froD 1809 to
Transportation C01:lpany between Rouses lA51, between Rouses Point and Whit
Point and t1hitehall. The A.Will1anshall froE. lR52 to 18?4, bctr.ree!l wos
built by Andrev; Williams and Rouses Point 9nd Fort Ticonderoga
llarren Corbin at !{arl(:s Bay near in 1 q?5 ::md between Fort Ticonderog
Burl tnRton in 1870, was sold to The and Plattshurg from 18?6 to 1932.
Cha:cplain Transportation Company in The distance bctvleen 8t, Johns and
18?4, op(>ratin~ in the ferry service iThitehall is 14~ miles, bctm:~cn
betvJeen Burlington, Port KC!lt, Rousos POiI!.t and vfhiteh3l1 120 J!l.ile
Plattsburg 3.nd 8t, Albans. The battleon Fort Ticonderoga and Platts
ChateauRay, which was the first burg Al railos and between rvrt Kent
steel side-wheel steamboat on L:l.ke and Burlin@ton ten niles. The thro
Ch?..nplain, was built at Shelburne li:1e ser
ice operated by The Champl
Harbor in lR88 , Tro:1sport:l t ion Company W3.S entirely
The St Johnsbury & Lake Chanplain disconti~ucd at the close of the
Railroad for a connection with the season of 1932. The Vermont III:!
terminus of their railroad at Maquam. lnd the :Chatellugay were not operp.
Bay to operate bett7een their teminal during the year 193? The Ticond::
and ?lattsburp;, N Y buil t theMaquam.oR6
11
vras USGd to car::y oxcursions c.
in 18Rl. This boat opera ted until the ferry service for automobiles a
J:G.s::;(;!l~c:rs
;35 t.J,.::er.. v.!:::c cf Jy 1;hc
t,~o Dics:!l c!l(linc strc:::nlinC! f;:.rriCci
v.entionr.d
o.bovc.
(():.1:;F.::.:· :.:,.) !.:.:I~:ld.:-:1. ;no thlOU,g~
L, :l: sclv:lcc
filCh ~,:.d been
r.:]i::-:.:.ro.j,nr::~ except .i..~r th1 nar
p~riod, 1I:UZ-l% ~ fron V309 to
1932. o:J.c hundred
lnG t;:c::-.ty­
four YCl!:s of service.
The) ~d!fent of tho f!1i.t0:.loblle,
the
coto= bus, tr~in service
on both
sidcz; 01 the 13
1
CC forced the
?OOt::1OtC
: Bc1m! lrc listed SO[1& of the :lQrld s Clrlicst
st~a.I:1bo:lts.
[he nu::~b)rs sirnify the accepted
ordcr i:1 nhich they rlcrc built.
1. lfi4~ Built at Barcelona,
Spain, by Blexo de Garay,
Probably
? . 1784
4. 17flA
9ropelled
by ~eans of a steaa jet.
~ snaIl eyperimp.ntsl
bo~t
Janes ?u.:I.sey
A snaIl steam yacht built
Dals~lnton.
Scotland.
It
v.heel between
the hulls
Speed 5 !l.p.h.
operated on the ?otonac River by
for Patric
1,
IJillar to run on Loch
vas a catamaran v!i th one paddle
F.n~ine built by Alex Synington.
:.1 lAO? Clerm.ont The first cornnercially
-successful steam-boat.
15. 1807
Built by Robert Fulton,
engines by Boulton
and Watt. Ran
betwep.n N~w Yor{ and Albany, Rebuilt
in 1808 and renaned
North River.
lIPheonix
by sea to
seas It
Buil t at Hoboken by Col John Stevens
and ta Philadelphia.
as the first ste8r.1boat
on the high r
an for many years betvleen
Philadelphia
and Trenton.
16. lAOS Vernont
Buil t at BurlinRton,
Vt., by John and James lJlin9.ns,
First steamboat
on 1a
1
<8 Champlain
and tha first to
operate
in Canada.
l? 1809 AccoI!lI:j,oda
tion First Canad ian ste8l!lboa t . Built at Montreal
for John lIo1son.
Hull by John Bruce and enline by
.Tohn
Jacl(;:son.
Ran between
Montreal
and QUAbec Replaced
by a
lar~er boat in lAl2.
NEWS OF THE ASSOCIATION
Resunes
of the Minutes
—–
N.B.: Unless othervJise
stated,
it Wood, Department of Civil Eni?:ineej,
1s to be understood
that the rn.eet-inA.
~.:cGill University.
inps were held in the Chateau
de Meeting
of March 9th: Some atten-
Raoezay
with the ?resident
acting
tion !las uiventothe
poss1~i
ity
as chairman.
of buildirlP
up a comf,:,~r~;,_~v … f.i.:
I.(
M~eting
of February
9th: It havin~
of ma~azjnes
relating to railway
been decided
to prepare a new crest affairs. Des ip.ns
for the nev! cres
for the Association,
members
Vlere were subn:itted
by Mrs. Bevintzton,
as<:ed to su.jmit desi,gns
at the next Mr. LOYA, and Mr. Nicholls,
After
meetin,g.
Mr Samuel Insull, Jr.,
a lively discussion
, the de~i~n 01
of Geneva. Ill. was elected
an out-Mr. Loye vms approved
sub,iect
to
of-town member The
evenings
certain
chan~es.
Mrs. BeviIl¥to:l
,
lecture.
Railway
En~ineering
Prob-the Associations
Treasurer,
read
lems was delivered
by Professor a p
apBr, entitled
lIAcross Ca:lada,
,
JU.ll 2.Sth, l:=iAG1i. l.lr. ;··.!.JClu::!, 8.S
cii..J.h·{j·a.l. int:or.uc~ci
th9 early bus.i.··
n:~s~ c:: :he lU)et i:l{!.
~;le~:;j:::] I)f April 13th: The special
aT.~~·::·ctiu-riof the evening
was an in-
1CT.:l0 lecture, entitled
Rambling
E(· :l~;J..;·)tions of Steonboa.t
Days on
T..,.!··( … ~s ::h:tmplain
and Georp:e,
by Mr.
:.~ VJonis of Burlington,
Vt.,
general
oan3p;er
of the Lake Georlle
~tlnbo~t
Co. and authority
Oll e.e.rly
S(;..; .:t,osts. He announoed that at his
sU<~Restion
the Can:J.d ian GoverIU:lent
h~d dredged
the Richelieu River
from Ile aux Noix to the Boundary
.3.nd had located off Cantic,
Q,ue.,
the hull of the S,S Vermont,
first steanbcct
on Lake Champlain
and the first to operate in Canada.
?lfr. Shepherd, a member,
announced
th~t he had formed a company
to re-
rr …. 1;,.,_ ~ d Jen-; r·s ~r1.!°e Scot
.I •• -CJJ . ••• ·v. … .:._., – ….
Geo:-ae rlcl,]Tis,
J.O. Spreer., Eric A.
Grubb, G.D Powell, S~IJuel Insull,J
If you ~ish to receive
the Bulletin
let us hsve your subscription
~.
The Association
s excursion
by
cr.~rtered
bus to the D &.H Colonie
Shoos and the B.&. M. Mechanicville
Yards, planned
to be run in colla­
boration
lith the Railroad Enthus­
iasts, Nell En.2:land
Division,
on May
22nd, has hJ.d to be cancelled
as
far as the C·lnadian
party is cancer.
ed. The recession!!
forced the
Delaware
& Hudson to close their
shops early this spring and they ar
not to be reopened for soma tine.
——————
vive this sunmer steamboat
service
This autunn marks the lOOth anniv·
on the Ottavla River Mr. Sprip:ps, ersary of steam locomotion
in Nova
tl-J.e Vice-president,
was chairman Scotia. Mr. Robert R. Brmm s . du
rinp the e·3.rly part of the meeting.authoritative
history
of the Alb10n
_________________
Mines Railway
1i11 appear in the
Auaust and December
issues of the
Excursions
Bulletin.
Plans are Foin;z: forward
for at
The new crest of the Associat
ion
leas t three excurs ions for th~ SUI!l. -has been approved.
It will appear
mer months.
Early in June there
on all the Association
s stationerYl
will be a trip, probably
by motor-and, beginnin@
with .the August issue
bo~t from St. Johns, or lie aux No1x,on the cover of the Bulletin
. Like
to inspect the hull of the S.S.
the ori~inal crest of the Associatic
Vermont,
in the Richelieu River
i7hich VIas based on the coat-at-arms
off Cantic, Que. The Secretary
is of· the Grand Trunk, the new crest
ne~otiating
with an amateur
diver to closely approximates
in desipn the
accompany
the party!
In July or seal of Canadas first ra ilway, the
Aupust. t~ere is to be a motor~a::
Champlain
and St .Lawrence.
Thus the
excurS10n
to St Albans I to V1S1t
railway sea.l depicts
in an imaginati
the Central
Vermont Shops, and to fashion
an early railway scene n
RiChford,
Freli.9hsburg,
etc. Then pa.ssenp:er
train lIat speed cro~s:;.:ng
in th~ Ilutur:m, Vl~ Day pey the
level countryside
with hills ill the
Can~d1an
Locomot1ve
Company
at
background;
the Associatio~s
c~e~t
Kingston
a return visit.
presents vrhat is believed
to l1e an
– — – – _ -_ _ _ _
accurate
rsoresentlltion
of t;H :fCO
motive ,Dorchest
er J with Mount JOh.l
Announcements
. son, a familiar
landIilark
near st .Jo~,.
Out-of-town ~embers are ren~nd~d Que., in the background.
For those n
for the Ias.t ~lme that subscr1pt10ns
Ifin the knov/, the locomotive
is
to the Bullet1n
for the current year l~belled
by a drawing
of its fa .. ~ous
Fifty Cents, have been due for some nameplate
1n the fore-ground. B(~h
time. There folloVTs a
complete
list seal and crest are of exactly
t!J.e
of the Associations
out-of-to·rm
same size. The Association
is ir.delJt L1eI:lbers:
Messrs. I.E.Barr,
John 1 to the fertile
imagination
and fine
Coburn,
E.J. Pruner,
E. Thomas,
drau~htsmanship
of its Preside~t
fo~
Keith Pratt, F.D Hoffman, Orin P. this distinctive
insignia
. #

1894 1894 17 Yarnouth
1894 1894 18 Digby
lj93 1893 19 Oberon
Titania
)
1893 1893 20 le )
Valliere)
1894 lR94 21 Fortuna
lR79 1R94 22 W.H.Moody)
re
1895
Cerese
lR96 1896 23 Regina
lR9R lA98
24 L,dy Latour
?ont~rave
)
1901 1901
25 Ex
)
Strothcona)
Pres ident)
301 1901 26 re
)
Kent
)
1903 1903 27 Can.do
1 < 1905 2R Pioneer
lA74 1905 29 Brooklyn
lAR3 1905 30 Windsor
lR74 1905 31 Truro
1905 1905 32 Blonidon
1905 1905 ~3 Glooscap
lR92
34 Gaspereaux
1892
35 ~abriel
1892
36 B~s11
1902
37 Haliburton
1902
38 Bear River
1902 39 Benedict
1902 1924 39 Lescarbot
Devonshi
re)
LOCoDotive
List, Ii
Continued
Do~inio~
Atl~ntic
Ry .
1894-
Contlnued
~ Cvl. ~. Builder
4-4-0 14
18×24 66 BoldITin
4-4-0 18×24 66 BoldITin
4-4-0 18×24 66
Bold/in
4-4-0 18×24 66
Bold7in
4-4-0 lx24 66 Baldwin
Portland
:,.-(
4-4-0 16×24 66
4-4-0
17×24 66
4 -4 -0 17×24 56
Flening
B3.1dvlin
Blldv7i n
4-4-0 lRx24 66
Boldwin
4-4-0 18×24 56 Bald;/in
66 B·oldv/in
Gov. Cox
Prev.No.
Y.A. 5
Y A 6
IV A 15
W A 16
W A 17
Y A 7
W A
WA
19 18
4-4-0
2-6-0
4-4-0
4-4-0
4-4-0
4-6 -0
4-6-0
4-6-0
4-6-0
4-6-0 4-6-0
4-6-0
lRx24
16×24
1?x24
17×22
17×24
20×24
20×24
18×24
18×24
18×24
20×26
20×26 55
Portland
~ So. 1921 MID 4
3
2
1
66 Rhode I.
MID
62 G.T.R.
MID
66 Rhode I. MID
66 BaldY/in
66 B.ldv/in
62 C. P. R.
62 C. P. R.
62C.P.R.
63 Schenectady
Sc. 1935
63 Schenectady
SZO Re
C P
C P
C P
C P
I!.i~: .. Champlain
C P
4-6-0 20×26 63 Sc.he.nect.,dy
Ret.C.P.
f.-•.. ,. 1924
4-6 -0 20×26
63 S1>honec1;:rdy
C P
C P
310
319 510
520
522
508
1902
1902
1902
41 re
) 4-6-0 20×26 63
Schenectady
20×26 63
Schenectady
C ~
1902
Grandfontaine)
42 DeMonts
4-6-0
Byng )
43 re
) 4-6-0 20×26 63
Schenectady
Nicnolson)
44 New Yorker
4-6-0
Poutrincou
rt
20×26 6~ Schenectady
Ret.
C.?
C P
C P
C P
514
517
1902 45
Clr-llnentsport}
re )4-6-0 20×26 63 Schenectady C ? 503
Alexander
)
lA9? 379 4-6-0 19×24 62 Baldwin Ret. C.P. C

379

lR9? 3RO 4-6-0 19×24 62 B~ldwin Ret. C.P. C P 380
Ifl9? 382 4-6-0 19×24 62 Baldwin Ret. C.P. C
p
38~
JJ19? 3fl4 4-6-0 19×24 62 Baldvlin Ilet. C.!. C
n
334

1.897 385 Grand Pre 4-6-0 19×24 62 Bald1li n Ret. C.P. C
p
385

189? 38? Cornwallis 4-0-0 19×24 62 Baldwin Ret. C.P. C P 38?
1902 500 }:emoertou 4-6-0 20×26 62 Schenectady C P 500
1902 518 Poutrincourt 4-6-0 20×26 62 Schenectady To
replace 44 CP 518
1903 520 Champlain 4-6-0 20×26 62 North British Se 1935
Ex 38 C P 520
1903 521 Halifax 4-6-0 20×26 62 North British C P 521
1903 528 4-6-0 20×26 62 North Brit ish C P 528
Benedict )
1903 531 r. ) 4-6-0 20x?6 62 North British C P 531
gascarene)
1903 532 DAulnay 4-6-0 20×26 62 North British Se 1935 C P 532
Evangeline)
1903 53? re ) 4-6-0 20×26 62 North British C P 53?
1903 Fronsac )
1903 544 Hebert 4-6-0 20×26 62 Saxon C

544
1903 545 Howe 4-6-0 20×26 62 Saxon C P 5~5
1903 552 4-6-0 20×26 62 Saxon C P 552
1903 556 Champdore 4-6-0 20×26 62 Saxon C P 556
1904 557 Subercase 4-6-0 20×26 62 Saxon C P 55?
530-540-555
502 New Yorker
1936 2552 Haliburton
1900 6058 0-6-0 1Rx24 52 C.P.R.
1902 6109 0-6-0 lRx26 52 C.P.R.
1905 6161 0-6-0 Wx26 52 C.P.R.
190? 6189 0-6-0 18×26 52 C.P.R.
NOTBS:
l. Re
n
stands for renamed, or renumbered.
2 . Numbers in the Builder Column refer to builders numbers.
3. Rebuilt means converted from broadgaue.
4. Locomotives with numbers hi~her than ~2 are leased from C.P.R.
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