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CANADIAN RAILROAD HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
MAY 1951
Announcement
of Meeting
The regular monthly meeting of the Association will
be held on Wednesday ~ May 9th, 1951, at 7:45 p.m. in Room 153
of the Queens Hotel.
Following the regular business of the meeting, a humerous monologue
entitled Rai l -Fan Fragments will be
given by our well-known member Mr. R. R. Brown. This should
prove to be entertaining for everyone and we hope you will
attend.
Trip Announcement
A
trip, sponsored by the Association, to Quebec via
Garneau over the Canadian National Rai lways , has been set for
Sunday, June 10th. This scenic trip will include Ste. Ursule
Falls, Scenic St. Maur i ce River crossing at GrandlMere, Cliffs
at Cap Sante and the Viaduct at Cap Rouge. There will be a
, 1 stop over of three and a half hours in Quebec City so that a
trip to Montmorency Falls over the Quebec Railway Light and
Power Company can be made if desired. The Fare will be $7.50
per person, but if purchased prior to Mi dni ght , Sunday, June
3rd, it will be $6.98. Remember the date and bring your
friends.
Train Ivs. Montreal Central Station ••.•7:45 a.m.( DAYLIGHT)
ars. I! ….9:50 psm., ( TIME )
Items of Interest
Effective with the time table change on April 29th,
1951, the Rutland Railway Qorpora~ion re-scheduled its daily
passenger and milk trains #7 and #$ between Alburgh, Vt., and
Ogdensburgh, N.Y. , combining them with the way freight to
form a daily mixed train. The last passenger and mi l k train
run was #8 Eastbound from Ogdensburgh, early Sunday morning
l
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handled by Engine #78, a 4-6-0. The first mixed train was i7
West bound from Al burgh, handled by Engine #31, a 2-8-0. A good
number of freight cars were handled besides the usual
milk cars. Opened-end combination car #253, recently shopped
in the Rutland car shop, handled the passenger end of the
train, which arrived in
Ogdensburgh on time. The crew was
doubtful whether the new scheme would work out on week days
when L.C.L. freight will have to be handled.
CANADIAN RAILROAD HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
MAY 1951
Announcement
of Meeting
The regular monthly meeting of the Association will
be held .on Wednesday, May 9th, 1951, at 7:45 p.m. in Room 153
of the Queens Hotel.
Following the regular business of the meeting, a humerous monologue
entitled Rail-Fan Fragments will be
given by our well-known member Mr. R. R. Brown. This should
prove to be entertaining for everyone and
we hope you will
attend.
Trip Announcement
A
trip, sponsored by the Association, to Quebec via
Garneau over the Canadian National Railways, has been set for
Sunday, June 10th. This scenic trip will include Stet Ursule
Falls, Scenic St. Maurice River crossing at GrandMere, Cliffs
at Cap Sante and the Viaduct at Cap Rouge. There will be a
stop over of three and a half hours in Quebec City so that a
trip to Montmorency Falls over the Quebec Railway Light and
Power Company can be made if desired. The Fare will be $7.50
per person, but if purchased prior to
Midnight, Sunday, June
3rd, it will be $6.98. Remember the date and bring your
friends.
Train lYSe Montreal Central Station ••.• 7:45 a.m.( DAYLIGHT)
ars. 11 I? if •••• 9:50 p.m. ( TIME )
Items of Interest
Effective with the time table change on April 29th,
1951, the Rutland Railway Corporation re-scheduled its daily
passenger and milk trains #7 and #8 between Alburgh, Vt., and
Ogdensburgh, N.Y., combining them with the way freight to
form a daily mixed train. The last passenger and milk train
run was #8 Eastbound from Ogdensburgh, early Sunday morning,!
handled by Engine #78, a 4-6-0. The first mixed train was i7
Westbound from Alburgh, handled by Engine #31, a 2-8-0. A good number
of freight cars were handled besides the usual
milk cars. Opened-end combination car #253, recently shopped
in the Rutland car shop, handled the passenger end of the
train, which arrived in Ogdensburgh on time. The crew was
doubtful whether the new scheme would work out on week days
when L.C.L. freight will have to be handled.
2
Favour abl e connections from Mont real make this
train an excel lent opportunity for a Sunday lIof f -t he -beaten­
track
l1
jaunt. One can leave Mont real s Cent ral St at i on on
ff64 at 8:45 a.m., EST, arriving in Al burgh at 10:20 a.m.
and catch the mixed train at 12:00 noon for a tr ip to
Mal one , N.Y. Arrival t ime in Mal one is 2:37 p.m., EST, in
pl enty of time t o catch the N.Y.C. RR. back to Mont real at
5: 00 p.m.
Eng
ine #51, a 4-6-0, built in 1902 is present l y as
signed to switching the yard and industrial track at
Ogdensburgh, N.Y. One diesel-electric locomotive ff200 now op
erates the through f reight over the line between Bel l ows F
alls or Rutland, Vt., and Norwood, N.Y. However, when m
ore diesels are received this mixed train will probably be one of
the first to be changed to diesel motive power .
The har sh sound
of the horn of diesel locomotives
-will soon be a thi ng of the past on rai lways in Canada. A new Boa
rd of Transport Commissioners regulation wi l l require di e
sel locomot ives to have a warning device of three or
more tones of a pl easi ng note and resembling as much as possi bl e a st eam
whi st le. Locomot i ves now being delivered by manufact ur ers have the mul t i p
le-tone horns, while a number
of other locomcti ves already in service have been changed.
Six diesel-elect r i c locomotives for the Pacifi c Gr
eat Eastern R~ i lway in Br i t i sh Columbia are pr esently near ­
ing completion at t he Mont real Locomotive ~orks . Two will
be del i vered shortly and the P.G.E. hopes to have al l in servi ce ea
rly in June .
The pr i va
tel y-owned two-foot gauge Edavi l le Rai l ­road at
South Carver , Mass . , wil l be operated again thi s Su
mmer for tourists . It was t hought that, due to the un­
timely death of it s owner , El l i s D. Atwood, the railroad
might be discontinued. However, the execut ors of the est at e have announced
thei r intention to keep the railroad running.
Trips wi ll comm ~ nce on May 19th for week-ends only unt il
June 23, thence dai ly in the af ter noons till September 4th,
and agai n on week-ends till the end of Oct ober . Al l schedules a
re subject to weather conditions. Locomotives and rolling
st ock used are from abandoned 2-foot gauge railroads in the
State of Maine,
2
Favourable connections from Montreal make this
train an excellent opportunity for a Sunday lIoff-the-beaten­
track jaunt. One can leave Montreals Central Station on
,64 at g:45 a.m., EST, arriving in Alburgh at 10:20 a.m.
and catch the mixed train at 12:00 noon for a trip to
Malone, N.Y. Arrival time in Malone is 2:37 p.m., EST, in
plenty of time to catch the N.Y.C. RR. back to Montreal at
5:00 p.m.
Engine #51, a 4-6-0, built in 1902 is presently
assigned to switching the yard and industrial track at
Ogdensburgh, N.Y. One diesel-electric locomotive y200 now
operates the through freight over the line between Bellows
Falls or Rutland, Vt., and Norwood, N.Y. However, when more
diesels are received this mixed train will probably be one
of the first to be changed to diesel motive power.
The harsh sound of the horn of diesel locomotives
-will soon be a thing of the past on railways in Canada. A new Board
of Transport Commissioners regulation will require
diesel locomotives to have a warning device of three or
more tones of a pleasing note and resembling as much as
possible a steam whistle. Locomotives now being delivered
by manufacturers have the multiple-tone horns, while a number
of other locomotives already in service have been changed.
Six diesel-electric locomotives for the Pacific
Great Eastern R~ilway in British Columbia are presently near­
ing completion at the Montreal Locomotive ~orks. Two will
be delivered shortly and the P.G.E. hopes to have all in
service early in June.
The privately-owned two-foot gauge Edaville Rail­
road at South Carver, Mass., will be operated again this
Summer for tourists. It was thought that, due to the un­
timely death of its owner, Ellis D. Atwood, the railroad
might be discontinued. However, the executors of the estate
have announced their intention to keep the railroad running.
Trips will commsnce on May 19th for week-ends only until
June 23, thence daily in the afternoons till September 4th,
and again on week-ends till the end of October. All schedules
are subject to weather conditions. Locomotives and rolling
stock used are from abandoned 2-foot gauge railroads in the
State of Maine,
..
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3
Can
adian Pacific Rai l ways Place Viger Stat i on in Mont
real will be closed effective June 1st. It wi l l then be
turned over t o t he City of Mont real al ong wi th t he
former Place Viger Hotel for municipal office space. Last
trai n to leave the stat i on will be No. 463 at 10:30 p.m. , EST, on
May 31st . Trains now operating out of Place Viger
wi l l be operated out of Wi ndsor Stat i on.
S
tarting Apr i l 29th , the Delaware and Hudson RR. r
einstated par lor car service on the day trains between
Montreal and New Yor k Ci ty. New York Cent ral Railroad par ­
lor cars are us ed, whi ch are of corrugated stainless steel
constructi on wit h a beaver tail type solarium end . A lum
inat ed t ail sign bear i ng the train s name, The L~u rent ian ,
is bui lt in the rear of the car. Al though the cars have bui l t
-in marker lights, pr ovi si on has been made to carry
st andard marker lanterns to conform wi th Boar d of Trans port
Commissioners regulations while running in Canada.
The Turgeon Royal Commission on Trans portation,
in a report made publ ic last month, recommends among other
things, that a seve n mi llion dollar annual subsi dy be granted Ca
nadian Rai l ways for maintaining ser vi ce over t he 550 mi les
of unproduct i ve line through Nor ther n Ontario.
The
Provi nce of Newfoundland has requested the
Domini on Government and the Canadi an Nat i onal Railways to
consi der the construction of a car ferry to operate between Nova Scot
ia and Port aux Basques . Acar ferry would enable
standard gauge cars to be shipped to Newfoundland and woul d m
ean but one tr ans-shipment of freight, whereas the pr esent
system requires handlingtraffic four ti mes.
Strong protests have been registered against the
proposed abandonment of the Canadian Nat i onal line between Port Hope and Mi l br ook, Onto The Rai
lway Company is seek­
ing to discont i nue al l service on this line, but the move
is being fought by the muni cipal it ies and shippers conc erned.
Suggestion to electrify mai nl ine railways in the
Mar it ime Provinces has been put forward by aut horities in
Hali fax as a sol ution to railways mot i ve power problems. D
iesels and gas turbines now ra pidly replaci ng steaml oco­
motives do not make use of the coal that the Maritimes mine
and it is cl ai med that coal generated electricity would be b
oth practical and economi cal in the long run.
3
Canadian Pacific Railways Place Viger Station
in Montreal will be closed effective June 1st. It will then
be turned over to the City of Montreal along with the
former Place Viger Hotel for municipal office space. Last
train to leave the station will be No. 463 at 10:30 p.m.,
EST, on May 31st. Trains now operating out of Place Viger
will be operated out of Windsor Station.
Starting April 29th, the Delaware and Hudson RR.
reinstated parlor car service on the day trains between
Montreal and New York City. New York Central Railroad par­
lor cars are used, which are of corrugated stainless steel
construction with a beaver tail type solarium end. A
luminated tail sign bearing the trains name, The L~urentian,
is built in the rear of the car. Although the cars have
built-in marker lights, provision has been made to carry
standard marker lanterns to conform with Board of Transport
Commissioners regulations while running in Canada.
The Turgeon Royal Commission on Transportation,
in a report made public last month, recommends among other
things, that a seven million dollar annual subsidy be granted
Canadian Railways for maintaining service over the 550 miles
of unproductive line through Northern Ontario.
The Province of Newfoundland has requested the
Dominion Government and the Canadian National Railways to
consider the construction of a car ferry to operate between
Nova Scotia and Port aux Basques. A car ferry would enable
standard gauge cars to be shipped to Newfoundland and would mean
but one trans-shipment of freight, whereas the present
system requires handling traffic four times.
Strong protests have been registered against the
proposed abandonment of the Canadian National line between
Port Hope and Milbrook, Onto The Railway Company is seek­
ing to discontinue all service on this line, but the move
is being fought by the municipalities and shippers concerned.
Suggestion to electrify mainline railways in the
Maritime Provinces has been put forward by authorities in
Halifax as a solution to railways motive power problems.
Diesels and gas turbines now rapidly replacing steam loco­
motives do not make use of the coal that the Maritimes mine
and it is claimed that coal generated electricity would be
both practical and economical in the long run.
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