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MLW C-630 built in 1968 and retired from CP service in December 1993, it was donated to York Durham Heritage Railway in 1994. The loco was sold to the Arkansas & Missouri in 1996 then on to the Western New York & Pennsylvania in 2006.
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Caption: MLW C-630 built in 1968 and retired from CP service in December 1993, it was donated to York Durham Heritage Railway in 1994. The loco was sold to the Arkansas & Missouri in 1996 then on to the Western New York & Pennsylvania in 2006.

Photographer:
Paul Santos [649] (more) (contact)
Date: April 10, 1996 (search)
Railway: Other (search)
Reporting Marks: CRI 4500 ex CP 4500 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: MacMillan Yard (search)
City/Town: Vaughan (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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8 Comments
  1. Hi Stephen, it became their #630

  2. Marcus what did this become on wnyp?

  3. It is still alive and well on the WNYP

  4. The orange locomotive on the left is a former Ontario Northland RS-3. It went to the YDHR.

  5. Interesting shot Paul.

  6. I think it was privately owned at one point by an individual, who may have kept it at Oakville or stored on the YDHR before it was sold to the A&M.

  7. Paul – 2 Q’s?
    -why did this thing sit on a spur track in Oakville for some time

    -What is the RS locomotive to left with the stack capped? in mac yard??

  8. The ‘CRI’ name on the side is interesting.

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