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Train wreck between Waterloo and Warden

Item is a photograph of a train wreck between Waterloo and Warden in 1879. The caption reads: "Wreck between Waterloo & Warden 1879. Engine former C.V. 'Governor Payne', Joseph Clark, 1849-50. Passumpsic, 'Orleans'. Operated in mixed, Sorel to Sutton. S.E.R. train carrying load of granite for the construction of Col. A.B. Foster's home at Waterloo;-- C.W. Foster, gave the signal 'all clear' when the mixed was on the right of way. This event ended his railway career. Engr. John Daly, killed."

CPR #251 freight train

Item is a photograph of CPR #251 freight train in Sherbrooke, going under the Belvédère S. Street overpass. Locomotives 4701-4700-4568

CP freight train #251

Item is a photograph of the tail end of CP freight train #251 at Sherbrooke, with the Belvédère S. Street overpass visible.

C.P.R. Station

Item is a photograph of the C.P.R. Station in Cookshire, Que., from the souvenir postcard booklet of Cookshire.

Steam log hauler

Item is a photograph of William Gate's steam-powered log hauler, with two loads of logs visible behind it. The photograph was probably taken in Eaton Township.

Train Wreck

Item is a photograph of a Quebec Central Railway train wreck that happened in the train yard of Royal Paper mill, located in East Angus.

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