1.The 1957 CP6568 S-3 built by Alco in Montreal gets a new coat of paint from the ‘Pacman’ red to the traditional CP Tuscan red. This is a diesel-electric switcher pulling 660 hp.
2. The 1941 SaskPower GE 800-010 23-ton ‘yard goat’ gets restored. It was formerly used by SaskPower and AgPro Grain and has been returned to SaskPower colours.
Rosemary Anderson, after whom ‘Rosie’ was named.
3. The 1950 CP Jordan Spreader was reopened to the public this year. This unique ballast spreader and snow plough is a must-see for most visitors to the museum because of its ‘Transformer’-like qualities. It, too, has a great view of the museum site.