Canadian National "Mountain" 6015 by Rick Ruppenthal

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4-8-2s U-1-a class called “Mountains” was the last of 16 built in 1923 by the Canadian Locomotive Company. These locomotives had 26 × 30 cylinders, 73" drivers, a 210 psi boiler pressure and exerted 49,588 lbs of traction effort. They weighed 354,110 lbs and were used on express passenger trains between Montreal and Toronto. The 6015 is on display at the Jasper station yard, Alberta.


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