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Photo of Canadian Railway Museum - Courtauld Ltd 7
Canadian Railway Museum - Courtauld Ltd 7

This is the oldest preserved electric locomotive in Canada, Courtauld Ltd 7, built in the Montreal Street Railway shops in 1900. Before working for Courtauld, which it did until 1959, the locomotive ran on the Shawinigan Falls Terminal, the Niagara St. Catherines & Toronto, and in Cornwall. It is now at the Canadian Railway Museum in Delson-Saint Constant, Québec. Photo by Len Thiebault, posted with permission.

Photographed by Len Thiebault, 2010.
Added to the photo archive by Frank Hicks, June 3, 2010.

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