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What I think is the West end of Milton, is CP 1095, a D-10h class 4-6-0 which survived the scrappers torch and rests in Kingston, Ontario. Besides the CPR's Angus Shops D10's 600-1111 (507 engs.) were built between 4/1907 and 12/1913 by CLC and MLW as well as Richmond.

Sub-class d, e and f had 22 1/2" x 28" cylinders, 180 lbs boiler pressure and 34,400 tractive effort.
All other sub-classes of D10's had 21" x 28" cyl. 200 lbs. and 33,300 t.e. All have 63" drivers.
Note: a, b, c and d sub-class (600's and 700's) built with Stephenson valve gear.
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Caption: What I think is the West end of Milton, is CP 1095, a D-10h class 4-6-0 which survived the scrappers torch and rests in Kingston, Ontario. Besides the CPR's Angus Shops D10's 600-1111 (507 engs.) were built between 4/1907 and 12/1913 by CLC and MLW as well as Richmond. Sub-class d, e and f had 22 1/2" x 28" cylinders, 180 lbs boiler pressure and 34,400 tractive effort. All other sub-classes of D10's had 21" x 28" cyl. 200 lbs. and 33,300 t.e. All have 63" drivers. Note: a, b, c and d sub-class (600's and 700's) built with Stephenson valve gear.

Photographer:
Al Chione [135] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/06/1953 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 1095 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Galt Sub (search)
City/Town: Milton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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One Comment
  1. Perfect period freight. Does she operate today?

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