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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.

Quebec Central Railway

The file contains information about the Quebec Central Railway from 1895 to 1948. It consists of one passenger tariff book; two agenda (1911 & 1915); one timetable pamphlet and some train ticket.

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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