4-6-4 HUDSON

CP 2816

 

 

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CP 2816 AT FIELD, B.C.

 

Built by : MLW

Built in :1930

Serial Number : 68535

Class : H1b

Paint Scheme : Black/Maroon/Grey

This Photo : Mark Veis, 2004

 

Other Photos (chronological) :

1. CP 2816 at White River, ON., unrestored, painted in the Black/Maroon/Grey paint scheme. Photo by Bill Sanderson, 1998;

2. CP 2816 at Banff, AB., rear view, painted in the Black/Maroon/Grey paint scheme. Photo by Mark Veis, 2005;

3. CP 2816 at Calgary AB., painted in the Black/Maroon/Grey paint scheme. Photo by Cor van Steenis, 2008;

4. CP 2816 Tender at Olds, AB., painted in the Black/Maroon/Gold paint scheme. Photo by Cor van Steenis, 2008;

5. CP 2816 at Ogden, Calgary AB., painted in the Black/Maroon/Grey paint scheme. Photo by Cor van Steenis, 2008;

6. CP 2816 at Ogden, Calgary AB., painted in the Black/Maroon/Grey paint scheme. Photo by Cor van Steenis, 2008;

7. CP 2816 at Golden, B.C., painted in the Black/Maroon/Grey paint scheme. Photo by Cor van Steenis, 2008.

 

Notes : Built by Montreal Locomotive Works as Hudson H1b #2816 (12/1930). Retired (1960), sold to Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, Pennsylvania (1/1964). Re-acquired by CP in 1998, and restored by BC Rail in North Vancouver to operational condition between 1999-2001. #2816s tender came from Royal Hudson H1c #2822. CP #2816 is now back in service and used for special runs only.

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