The Saskatchewan Railway Museum

The Saskatchewan Railway Museum

Rolling Stock

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.

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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.

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Rosemary Anderson, after whom ‘Rosie’ was named.

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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.

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2014-08-13 Tour of Folks from Parkville Manor (6)