Roy Sirman

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Myself and family travelled on the Royal Hudson from North Van to Squamish many times, it was a yearly event & I loved it ! Many Happy Memories :) - Royal Hudson #2860 at Douglas Road, Burnaby on her way to Sapperton wye and then return to North Vancouver and Squamish.

Royal Hudson at Douglas Road, Burnaby on her way to Sapperton wye and then return to North Vancouver and Squamish (after work at Via Shops in Vancouver).

Steam Locomotive

CNR 6404 taking water at Niagara Falls_Ontario 29August1958_web.jpg (1024×843)

CNR 6404 taking water at Niagara Falls_Ontario

Canadian Pacific 'Royal Hudson' 2860 - down from Vancouver - meets Southern Pacific GS-4 4449 at Seattle's King Street Station during the latter's tour of the United States as part of the Bicentennial Freedom Train, 1975. [2412x1729]

Canadian Pacific "Royal Hudson" 2860 - down from Vancouver - meets Southern Pacific 4449 at Seattle's King Street Station during the latter's tour of the United States as part of the Bicentennial Freedom Train,

Richard Leonard's Random Steam Photo Collection -- Canadian National 4-8-4 6237

Richard Leonard's Random Steam Photo Collection -- Canadian National 4-8-4 6237

CPR Class H1e 4-6-4 #2860 Royal Hudson

CPR Class H1e 4-6-4 #2860 Royal Hudson

Old Time Trains. The 2816 in actual service.

Old Time Trains. The 2816 in actual service.

CPR Empress 2816 Steam Locomotive | Canadian Rockies Blog

CPR Empress 2816 Steam Locomotive | Canadian Rockies Blog

June 12, 2004, Canadian Pacific steam locomotive No. 2816

June Canadian Pacific steam locomotive No.

Richard Leonard's Random Steam Photo Collection -- Canadian Pacific 4-6-4 2860

Richard Leonard's Random Steam Photo Collection -- Canadian Pacific 4-6-4 2860

Canadian Pacific Railway Station 1907 | Orangeville Architecture rosshughes.ca

This is The Canadian Pacific Railway Station, built in located at 35 Armstrong St. which is currently a Sushi Restaurant

Edmonton Dunvegan & BC Railway No.73  has 56" drivers / 180 tons  Built 1927.  The only preserved NAR steam locomotive. Retired in August 1960 it was later donated to the Alberta Pioneer Railway Association. It had been converted to oil in August 1952. It was one of three identical engines delivered the same day, Pembina Valley Railway 72, ED&BC Rly 73 and 74. These became NAR 72-74.

Edmonton Dunvegan & BC Railway No.73 has 56" drivers / 180 tons Built 1927. The only preserved NAR steam locomotive. Retired in August 1960 it was later donated to the Alberta Pioneer Railway Association. It had been converted to oil in August 1952. It was one of three identical engines delivered the same day, Pembina Valley Railway 72, ED&BC Rly 73 and 74. These became NAR 72-74.