After it was rebuilt in 1914, it served on the CPR's branch lines until 1960.
Locomotive CPR 28 was the locomotive on the Royal Train in 1939 that earned the designation "Royal" for these Hudson class locomotives.
This class of locomotive holds the world's speed record for a steam engine (126 MPH).
This British steam locomotive, A4 class, christened "Dominion of Canada" was built in 1937.
It crossed the Atlantic to be donated to the Canadian Railroad Historical Association, to mark Canada's centennial.
The invention of the steam engine at the end of the 18th century marked the beginning of what was dubbed the industrial revolution.
For the first time in human history, our ability to travel was no longer limited by nature.
Energy was generated artificially and plentifully to operate pumps, followed by machines and locomotives at the beginning of the 19th century.
Over a 150-year period, steam locomotives and ships ensured the movements of people, merchandise and raw materials over long distances.
Exporail's Collection depicts the most common axle configurations used in Canada as well as major technological breakthroughs.
The main railroad and rolling stock manufacturers are also represented.