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Canadian Rail 012 1950

No-(2.­

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CANADIAN RAILROAD HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
j
INC
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ggTOBER 1950 0
The r e
gular monthly meeti ng of the Association will be held
i n Room 153 of the Queens Hotel on T hursday ~ October 19~ 1950 ~ at
8000 PM
The c
hange i n meeting night has been made in order t hat
members who are int erested i.n photogr a phy can attend a lectur e entitled
Bet tel Color Phot ography by IvIr 0 ACe Shelton of ff Anaco Binghamton?
NoY0 on Wednesday, Oct ober 11th at 8015 PIvIo in the Montreal High
School Audit or i um, 3449 University Str eet o The lecture i s sponsored
by the Montreal Camera Club and is open t o al l persons interestedo
On October 1st the Association held a railroad excursion
from Montreal to Huber deau, Queo to commemorate the 25th anniversary
of
the f amous Montreal t o Vancouver run of Canadian National Rai Lways
diesel =electric rail car 1115820 i n 67 hours 0 The excursion was very
s ucceasf uI wi t h the train filled to eapaci.t.y, Diesel-electri c rail
car #15837 and coach 3409 made up the consist The train left Central
Station at 8,,15 AMo, standar d time? and trave lled to Val Royal via
Turcot Yards and the Jac ques Cartier Subdivision (freight service
only) rather than through the Mount Royal t.unneL, Numerous st ops at
sceni c p
laces were made on the way up to Huberdeau for the benefit of
photogr apher s , as Autumn colors of the t r ees made the Laurent ian
scenery a perfect set t ing for thetripo An hour and a half was spent,
at Huberdeau befor e maki ng t he return trip Many of the participants
wondered whether 1115837 woul d make the stiff grades on t h i s l ine s but
the rail car proved it s el f by doing an excellent job Guestsof the
Association on the trip were -from t he CoNRo = Mr o EJ Feasey , G
eneral Super visor of Diesel Power-; Mr 0 130ivin ~ Gener al Superinterident
of the Di.strict; Mro Jo Ao Nobert, Assistant Super-i.ntenderrt, ¥J.ro ~L, r
Moore? Di str i ct Pa ssenger Agent and ~rr 10 Sylve stre ~ now ,of Montreal L
ocomotive Works s who made t he trans-cont inent al trip on 7/158200
Diesel=Electric Road Switcher s t o replace
electric and steam t rains between Montreal ~
Granby and ljifat erloo <,..
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The CoN , Ra i Lways has placed an order for l (~ diesel=ele ctric
l ocomoti ves with Canadi an Locomot i ve Works at Kingston ~ Onto They wil l
be 1000 hp Road S1rlitchers of t.he opposed-ipdst.on, Fairbank s ~Mo rs e de sign Th
ree of t hes e locomotives will replace Morrtr-ea L & Sout.hcr-n Counties
Railway el ectric trains bet.wee n Mont.r eal and Granby~ and Canadian
Na
tional RafLways steam tr ai ns between Montr-eaL, Granby and vifater .loo ~
oper at ing via St Johns and Farnham? Que The balance of the Locomot.Lves 0
will be placed in ser vice bet.ween Matapedia and Gaspe 0
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CANADIAN RAILROAQ, HIS.1.Q.gICAL ASSOGIATION
1
INC.,
gCTOBER 19500
The
regular monthly meeting of the Association will be held
in Room 153 of the Queens Hotel on Thursday~ October 19
s
1950~ at
ELoo PoM
The chanE~e in meeting night has been made in order that
members \Tho are interested in photography can attend a lecture entitled
Better Color Photography by Mr 0 A Ce Shelton of ffAnsco
lT
Binghamton ~
NoYo on Wednesday, October 11th at 8,,15 PoMo in the Montreal High
School Auditorium, 3449 University Streeto
The lecture is sponsored
by the Montreal Camera Club and is open to all persons interestedo
On October 1st the Association held a railroad excursion
from 1·10ntreal to Huberdeau, Que to commemorate the 25th anniversary
of the famous Montreal to Vancouver run of Canadian National RaihiTays Y
diesel=electric rail car #15820 in 67 hours 0 The excursion vvas very
successful with the train filled to capacity Diesel-electric rail
car #15837 and coach 3409 made up the consisto The train left Central
Station at 8
0
15 AMo, standard time, and travelled to Val Royal via
Turcot Yards and the Jacques Cartier Subdivision (freight service
only) rather than through the Mount Royal tunnel Numerous stops at
scenic places were made on the way up to Huberdeau for the benefit of
photographers, as Autumn colors of the trees made the Laurentian
scenery a perfect setting for the tripo An hour and a half vms spent
at Huberdeau before making the return trip Many of the participants
wondered whether 1115837 would make the stiff grades on this line» but
the rail car proved itself by doing an excellent job Guests of the
Association on the trip were -from the C .. NoRo = l1ro E.,Jo Feasey~
General Supervisor of Diesel POlfer~ Mro 00 Boivins General Superintendent
of the District; Mro Jo Ac Nobert, Assistant Superintendent. 9 ¥.lro ~J,,ro
Moore ~ District Passenger Agent and Mr 10 Sylvest.re» no.of Montreal
Locomotive Works ~ who made the trans~continental trip on 11158200
Diesel-Electric Road Sw~tchers to replace
electric and steam trains betw·een Mont.real»
Granby and va~er1.9o _.. _
The
CoNa Raihtays has placed an order for l(~ di~f.=electric
locomotives with Canadian Locomotive Works at Kingston~ Onto They will
be 1000 hp Road S1tTitchers of t.he opposed-piston~ Fairbanks~JlIorse designo
Three of these locomotives will replace Montreal & SoutJvJrn Counties
Railway electric trains betilleen Montreal and Granby» and Canadian
National Railways steam trains between lVlontreal ~ Granby and Vlfaterloo ~
operating via St Johns and Farnham~ Que The balance of the 10comotiv8E;
will be placed in service betvleen Matapedia and Gaspe
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Delivery of the locomotives is expect ed ear-Ly next year.
The thr ee engines assigned to·the M.& S.C. Railway will run out of
CentralStat i on to IIL&S eC. Junction thencevia TvL&SC to Granby
and CoN. H. to Waterloo.. Electrication will lat er be r-emove d between
Marievill e and Granby and 11.& So Co electric cars 1iTil l only continue
to oper ate as far as Marieville and St. Angele. It is expected ser­
vice wi l l be speeded up by 30 mi nutes.
~rRI.L {EHMONT ..1Q..QHR1Sl:EN LOC0IvIOTIVE AFTER E;T .ALBANsn
Reverting to a practice prevalent i h the earl y days of
r-atLroadang, the Central Vermont Railway ill chr-Lst.en one of its
fleet and powerfuL mountain type passenger l ocomot i ves the City
of St. Albans
ll
as a highlight of the railway centenni al day
celebration in St . Albans Wednesday, October 19o Locomot i ve NOD
601~
whi ch is now i n the local CV shops fo r overhaul and painting ,
has been selected as t he engine which wi l l be t he first CV locomot i.ve
to carry a name in more than three score year s .
PUB
LISHER~ RJo Joedicke EDITOR:� A Toohey
236g Beaconsfiel d Ave o~
NON THEA1~ Clue.
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Delivery of the locomotives is expected early next yearo
The three engines assigned to· the M.& SoGo Railway will run out of
Central Station to lVi,,& s c ., Junction thence via lvL& S <> C to Granby
and C.,NorL to Waterloo Electrication will later be removed between
lVlarieville and Granby and 110& s C electric cars lidll only continue
to operate as far as 11.,Iarieville and St 0 Angele A It is expected ser~
vice will be speeded up by 30 minuteso
ffCI~NTRJ.L VEHMONT TO CHRISTEN LOC0N01IVE AFTER S1 oALBANsrt
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Reverting to a practice prevalent in the early ciays of
railroading~ the Central Vermont Railway lill chris-ten one of its
fleet and pmrlerful mountain type passenger locomotives the City
of Sto Albans
u
as a highlight of the railway centennial day
celebration in Sto Albans Wednesday, October 19., Locomotive NOD
601~ which is now in the local CV shops for overhaul and painting
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has been selected as the engine vJhich will be the first CV locomotive
to carry a name in more than three score years~
PUBLISHER: RaJo Joedicke EDITOR: Ao Toohey
236a Beaconsfield Aveo,
IV10NTREA1~ CJU80
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THE DEVELOPIvlJ.:.:lfl OF r UE
DIESE
L ~ELECIEI C RAIL CAli
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The Canadian National Rai Lways ~ one of the wor-Ld t s largest
systems, had its beginning in Canadals first steam railway, the
Cham
plain &: Saint LaHrence Railroad, which startHd operat i on i n 1836
as a por tage line on the water route between Montreal and New York o
Thi s ,
lith the Mont r eal and Lach ine line opened eLeven years later? and se
veral other early r-a i.Lways, became part of the Grand Tr unk R
ail way of Canada, ~1i c h was incorporated in 18520
During the year 1918, the Canadian Northern system , the
Canadian Government RaI Lways and the Grand Trunk Pacific Rai Lway wer-e
a
malgamat ed under a single management, and t he unified lines were
given the title of Canadian Nati ona l Hai1wayso In 1923, the Grand
Trunk Rai Lway was added and the system fus ed int o one ope rating uni t a
Ma
ny of the lines of the new Canadian National System lay in sparsely­
settled country and a great deal of t he motive power was in need of
replacement0 Cons equently, att ention was focussed on obtaining new
power w
hich could be operated economically i n light=traffic t errit ory
and provide fairly frequent service on branch lineso Storage battery
c
ars ~ gasoline and gas-elect ric cars were developed and di d their shar e
to cut down costs , but all of t hese had serious faults -they wer e but
part=way measur es 0
In t he autumn of 1 923 ~ the l at e CoEo Brooks » who was t hen S
uperi nt endent of Motive Power, made an extensive tour of America and E
urope to investigate the latest ra.ilway equipment deveLopment.s and
to ascertain what. type of power would best suit the requirement s of
service onthe National systema He found li ttle on ot her railway lines
that cou.l d be adopt ed prof i t ably by the Canadian National; on his ltmy
home fr om Sweden, however, he stopped over in Gl asgow, Scotland, and
paid a vi sit t o the pl ant of t.he William Beardmere Company wher-e
several ai r shi p motor s wer-e ontest lVIro Br ooks saw that these engi nes 0
might be adapt ed to red-bray use and his opinion was shared by t he chi.e f
designers of the manufacturing company, Arrangements wer-e t her ef ore
made whereby the Beardmer e Compa ny woul d supply a number of modified
power plants for experimental r ailway purposes in Canadao
llllr 0 Brooks retur ned to this country and orders wer-e p.Laced
1rdth the Ot t awa Car Manufact.urdng Company for nine speci al mot.orcoach
bod ies which WOuld be equi ppe d vd.th t he Bear-dmor-e diesel engi nes 0
Can
adian Vlfesti nghou se supplied gener ator s and traction mot.or-s to
transf er the power of the diesel s to the driving axles. The comp.Let.ed
units were as sembled at t he Poi nt e St. Charles Shops of t he Canadi an
National Ra.lLway s during the early part of 19250
T
hus was born the diesel-electric Rail Garo
By t
he month of August ~ t 1tTO u.ni t s wer-e ready for tests ~
#15819, a single self-propelled coa ch, and #15817, an articulated unit o
These car s were put through sever e tests on var ious runs in Eastern
Canada = the large one operati ng out of t he Tunnel IerminaL Ln 10c;;:..1
s
ervice between Mont r eal and Ottawa overthe now-abandoned L?OriD.-.8.1
Subdivi s ion. The smaller car successfully complet ed runs i n t he
Toronto ar ea, and returning to Ivlont.real ~ made t he 33Lt-=mile journG)r c:.I.­
a total ruel cost of but $30980
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE
DIESEL~ELEClHIC RAIL CAli.
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The Canadian National Railways ~ one of the vrorld s largest
systerns~ had its beginning in Canadals first stearn railway~ the
Champlain & Saint LaVfrence Railroad, which started operation in 1836
as a portage line on the water route between Montreal and New Yorko
This
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with the Montreal and Lachine line opened eleven years later,
and several other early railvvays ~ became part of the Grand Trunk
Railvfay of Canada ~ 1il/hich was incorporated in 18520
During the year 1918~ the Canadian Northern system~ the
Canadian Government Raihvays and the Grand Trunk Pacific Rai11riay were
amalgamated under a single management. and the unified lines were
given the title of Canadian National Hailvvays 0 In 1923 ~ the Grand
Trunk Raihvay was added and the system fused into one operating unit 0
Many of the lines of the new Canadian National System lay in sparsely­
settled country and a great deal of the motive power was in need of
replacement 0 Consequently ~ attention was focussed on obtaining nevIT
power which could be operated economically in light~traffic territory
and provide fairly frequent service on branch lineso Storage battery
cars~ gasoline and gas-electric cars were developed and did their share
to cut down costs, but all of these had serious faults -they were but
part-way measures.
In the autumn of 1923~ the late GoE. Brooks»
fho vms then
Superintendent of Motive Pov;er~ made an extensive tour of America and
Europe to investigate the latest railway equipment developments and
to ascertain lrJhat type of p01rTer would best suit the requirements of
service on the National systerno He found little on other railway lines
that could be adopted profitably by the Canadian National; on his wy
home from Sweden~ however~ he stopped over in Glasgow
s
Scotland~ and
paid a visit to the plant of thE~ William Beardmere Company I-1here
several a.irship motors ,ere on test. Mr 0 Brooks saw that these engine;:;
might be adapted to rclihmy use and his opinion was shared by the chi(·: designers of the manufacturing company 0 Arrangements mre therefore
made whereby the Bear-dmere Company would supply a number of modified
power plants for experimental raih{ay purposes in Canada 0
1>11 0 Brooks returned to this country and orde:cs were pIa Ged
with the Otta1,TB Car Manufacturing Company for nine special motorcoacf.i
bodies which WOuld be equipped with the Beardmere diesel engineso
Canadian Westinghouse supplied generators and traction motors to
transfer t.he power of the diesels to the driving axles. The comple
1
jed
units were assembled at the Pointe Sto Charles Shops of the Canadian
National Railways during the early part of 19250
Thus was born the diesel~electric Rail Caro
By the month of August~ two units were ready for tests~
1115819~ a single self~propelled coach~ and 7115817» an articulated unit 0
These cars Viere put through severe tests on varlous runs in Edsterr:l
Canada = the large one operating out of the Tunnel Ter.minal :Ln loc;.l
service betVfeen Montreal and Ottawa over the now=abandoned L?OriD.1.3.1
Subdivision. The smaller car successfully completed runs in the
Toronto area, and returning to l~lont.real ~ made the 334·=mile journG)r DY
a total ruel cost of but $3.980
,,
The newspaper and magazine ar-t icLes of the day were
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enthusiastic about t he new means of mot!ve power ~ but it. i s doubtful
whet her many who saw the cars reali zed the ful l si gni ficancethat
they hel d for the future of American r-ai Lroa di.ng , The l at e Ho 10
Fairba
ir n ~ manager of the Pas s enger Service Bur eau of the CoNoRo,
whowas res ponsibl e fortheassignmentofthe cars, character ized
them
as the outstanding invent i on of the century in the rai l
transportation industryl1 and pointed out that they were an achievement
f or British and Canadian eng.i.neer-a 0 That this achievement Vias some ~
thing t o be proud of was proved befor e many weeks had passedo
Diesel-el ect ric unit cars of thi s new and promising design
were r equi r ed f or service on short, local runs fr-orn terminals al l
across the country ? and when No 0 15820 was compLet ed, it irms assigned
to t he British Columbia Iri.st.r-Lct on the Paci fi c Coast 0 rhus an
opportunity was pr es ented to make the supreme test -by oper at i ng the
car und er its own power-across the conti nent to Vancouver-, The record=
breaking dash of t he famous 15820 is now hi st ory -2937 miles in 67
hours with the engine operat ing non-eit.op throughout the journey 0
Ihe route of the trip was over the lines pr es ently foLl.owed
by the CNoRo Cont inental Limited , probably t.he first through tr ai n
to operat e over this rout s o Pri or to this t ime~ t r ai ns #1 and #2 were
scheduled over t he Temiskaming and Norther n Ontario Rai.Lway (nov
On
tar io Northland Ray o) f r om North Bay t o COGhr ane , but Extra 15820
followed the Hornepayne Subdivisi on to Longlao , and travell ed across
the new.Ly-ccomp.Let ed LongLac cut-off to Naki.na, lhe inter ior of the
car was s l i ghtly changed f or t he convenience of the offLc er-s and cr-ew
who made t he journey ~ t he seats in the ma in passenger compar-t.merrt, were
altered to provide sleeping and eat ing faci l iti es , and. additional
fuel-oi l storage inst al l ed in t he baggagE! sect.Lon , The t rip was
marked by a number of events . including a collision with a moose and a
broken brake-pipe D There was an al most -catastrophe near Bos ton Bar .
BoCo wh en the unit came upon a sect l onman on a l ong t r estle, hidden
fromview by a sharp curve. Tragedy dr ew very near as the emergency
brake was t.hrown on, but fort unatel y receded again as the sectLonman
jumped clear of hi s speeder-, The pil ot of the dt eseL cut t.hr-oughvt.ue
speeder like a knife I but the man wa s safe and waved t he car on it s
way 0 Notwithst anding these happenings, the one-coachtrai n arrived
in Vancouver ahead of schedule after only sixt y=seven hours runninc;
from Montreal , breaki ng t he wor l cl. Ws r ecor ds for endur-ance 5) economy :.U1(
sustained speed over such a distanceo
life all k now 1101;1 t he events that followed the success of
15E~20 and the athol di.eseLs-eLect.r-Lc cars ~, how from these, l1.TIle I J.G(J 1 ,S
first diese1 road locomotive ~ CoN oRo 1/9000 was deei.gned ~ t,0ste<.: !:. li ,~d
pr-oved, and how subsequently the r-aiLways of Amer Lca ent.nuaLast.Lca.Ll.y
adopted the diesel =electri c pr i nci pl e a I1r ,3 o.J Hungerford ~ VicG=
President of Operat i ons s later Chai r man and PresJdent o:f the National
Syst ern, and now retired ~ can t herefore be quoted. as prophet 1rJhCL lIb
commented on 15820 t S journey and declared nIt is possible t.hat … b::.DL.. ·
locomotive could handle tr ains clear acros s the continent wi.t.hout I ,(;? :i
0 sr-eLfeved , 0 such locomotives would renderit unnecess ary to madi. ~_,~J ,
water stat i ons and wou.Ld great ly reduce trw need of t errninal fH ci .i..itie ~ ; 00 o
and would eliminate such vexati.ons as smoke and ci nder s 0 Taken ,,: l.
together y the indi cat i ons point. t o a r api d development in t.he USE: of
oil-electric matiVB power on the railr oads of the cont.Lnent 1f c
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The newspaper and magazine articl(3s of the day were
enthusiastic about the ne,! means of motive pm1er ~ but it is doubtful
vJhether many ·who sav! the cars realized the fuLL significance that
they held for the future of Am.erican railro[;l.ding 0 The lat(3 Ro 1.
Fairbairn~ manager of the Passenger Service Bureau of the CoNoRo~
who was responsible for the assignment of t.he cars chalflcterized
them as the noutstanding imrention of the century in the rail
transportation industryl1 and poi.need out that they were an achievement
for British and Canadian engineers. That this achievement Vias some~
thing to be proud of was proved before many weeks had passed.
Diesel-electric unit cars of this new and promising design
were required for service on short. local runs fran terminals all
across the country ~ and Hhen No. 15820 wa,s completed~ it was assigned
to the British Columbia District on the Pacific Coast. Thus an
opportunity was presented to make the supreme test -by operating the
car under its own power across the continent to Vancouver. The record=
breaking dash of the famous 15820 is now history -2937 miles in 67
hours with the engine operating non~·stop throughout the journey 0
rhe route of the t rip was over the lines presently follo1fJed
by the CNoR Continental 1imited.~ probably t,ne first through train
to operate over this route. Prior to this time, trains #1 and #2 were
scheduled over the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway (nov
Ontario Northland Ray.,) from North Bay to Cochrane~ but Extra 15820
followed the Hornepayne Subdivision to 1onglac. ana travelled across
the nellly~complet8d Longlac cut-off to Nakina. The interior of the
car was slightly changed for the convenience of the officers and crt.vJ
who made the journey~ the seats in the main passenger compa.rtment were
altered to provide sleeping and eating facilities~ and additional
fuel=oil storage installed in the baggagE.! sectiono The trip vms
marked by a number of events~ including a collision w~th a moose and a
broken brake-pipea There was an almost-catastrophe near Boston Bar~
BoC when the unit came upon a sectionman on a long txestle
9
hidden
from view by a sharp curve 0 Tragedy drew very near as the emergen(~:r
brake ,as throvm on
t
but fortunately receded again as the sectionm.8n
jumped clear of his speeder. The pilot of t~he die,sel cut through tile
speeder like a knife, but the man IIms safe and waved the car on its
vvayo Notwithstanding these happenings 9 the one=>coach train arrived
in Vancouver ahead of schedule after only ~dxty=seven hours ru.nnirl;:~
from Montreal
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breaking the wor Id i S records for endurance)1 economy :.U1{
sustained speed over such a distanceo
viTe all knmv now the events that follovved the success of
l5£~20 and the oth(~r diesel=€~lectric cars ~, how from these, hmeric8 ~,s
first diese 1 road locomotive ~ Co tL Rn 119000 vms designed ~ t,0ste<.: c.lJ.~d
proved~ and how subsequently the raihfays of Amer:lca enthusiastically
adopted the diesel~electric principle Q r,ll~o S.J 0 Hungerford.~ Vice=
President of Operations~ later Chairman and President. of the National
System~ and now retired ~ can therefore be qu.oted. as prophet ic whEn. he
commented on 15820 is journey and declared nIt is possible that <:.. b:.DE .. ,c·
locomotive could handle trains clear across the cont.5.nent vJithout 181
reli.eved •• osuch locomot:-ives wou.ld render it um1.ec(~ssary to maiL c .. ~.r,
water stations and irvould greatly reduce trJ.e DE3ed of terminal fHci.i..i.tie~, 00 b
and would eliminate such vexations as smoke and cind.erso Taken a::l
t
ogether ~ the indi.cat ions point to a rapid development in the USE of
oil=electric motive povver on the :railroads of the cont.inent yt c
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