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CP's 1821 looks rather spiffy sitting in the sun outside the old CP roundhouse, which was located near Lorne St and Brady; n/w of the downtown Sudbury core.  The RS-18u was retired by 1998 and ended up on the New Brunswick East Coast along with many others of that series.
The roundhouse burned down quite a few years ago, maybe 20 years, but I could not locate an article regarding  its' demise. Perhaps a viewer will fill us in.   Thanks.
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Caption: CP's 1821 looks rather spiffy sitting in the sun outside the old CP roundhouse, which was located near Lorne St and Brady; n/w of the downtown Sudbury core. The RS-18u was retired by 1998 and ended up on the New Brunswick East Coast along with many others of that series. The roundhouse burned down quite a few years ago, maybe 20 years, but I could not locate an article regarding its' demise. Perhaps a viewer will fill us in. Thanks.

Photographer:
A.W.Mooney [1865] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/09/1990 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 1821 (search)
Train Symbol: n/a (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP roundhouse (search)
City/Town: Sudbury (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. Someone tied a good hand brake on the 1821. :-)

  2. My god.. that roundhouse..

  3. Was this located where the current turntable is Arnold?

  4. I cannot recall the track plan up there. All I remember is driving in on a long lane off of Brady St at Lorne; the diesel facilities were in there. If you “sat in the cab” of 1821 you would see at “11 o’clock” the Sudbury water tower. Behind the roundhouse was Lorne St.

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