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Under Construction

Quebec Short Lines and Industrial Railroads

 

Abitibi-Price Co.

We have a page on this international paper company.


Agence Metropolitaine de Transport

Societe de Transport de la Communaute Urbaine de Montreal

Commission de Transport de la Communaute Urbaine de Montreal

We have a page on this commuter line.


Asbestos & Danville RR

23 was built by Schenectady in May 1900, #5525, as New York Central 328.  It was sold to General Equipment Co in December 1922 and sold as A&D 17 in July 1923,  It was renumbered 23 in 1925 and later scrapped.

52, S6, was built by Alco in May 1955, #80926, as Southern Pacific 1036, Class DS-9.  It was renumbered 1203, Class AS409-1, in 1966 and retired in October 1974.  It was sold to Chrome Crankshaft Co in 1975 and sold as A&D 2 in 1976.

57, S6, was built by Alco in November 1956, #81423, as SP 4636, Class DF-307.  It was reclassified as Class DS-607 in 1963 and renumbered 1272, Class AS409-5, in 1966.  It was sold as A&D 57 in May 1979.

60, S6, was built by Alco in July 1956, #81734, as SP 1063, Class DS-11.  It was renumbered 1230, Class AS409-3, in 1965 and sold to Chrome Crankshaft.  It was sold as A&D 60 in April 1980 and retired for parts in 1988.  It was scrapped.


Atlas Stainless Steels

No number, 43 Ton, was built by General Electric in July 1939, #12496. as Wabash RR 51, Class D-3.  It was sold as Andrew Merriles Ltd 51 in 1961 and leased as Lake Ontario Steel Corp 51 in January 1965.  It was returned to Merriles in April 1967 and sold as Atlas no number in April 1967.


Benoit Girard Metal, Inc.

25, RS18, was built by Montreal in June 1965, #84871, as Roberval & Saguenay 25. It was sold for scrap by BGM in 2000.

27, M420TR, was built by Montreal in April 1972, #M6061-02, as R&S 17.  It was sold as BGM 27 and resold as Mohawk Adirondack & Northern 27.


John Breakey, Ltd.

31 was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in January 1908, #800, as Quebec Central RR 31.  It was sold as JBL 31 in March 1937 and scrapped in 1951.


Canada & Gulf Terminal Ry.

356, SW8, was built by General Motors in November 1951, #A296.  It was renumbered 102.  It was sold as Dofasco 27 in November 1980 and renumbered 427.  It was rebuilt as a slug.


Canadian Car & Foundry Co.

Canadian Car & Munitions Co.

2 was built by Canadian Locomotive Co in 1930, #1874.  It was sold for scrap to Stelco in May 1959.

5, S1, was built by Alco in December 1941, #69824. It was sold to Essex Terminal Ry as 101 in 1946 and later was sold to Don Hearn & Son as 200 in 1988. It later was sold to LaSalle Packaging Co as 200.

7, 65DE19A, was built by Whitcomb in June 1944, #60497, as United States Army 8491.  It was sold to S A Healy Construction and sold as South Buffalo Ry 45 in December 1947.  It was transferred as Conemaugh & Black Lick 52 in December 1950 and sold as Fore River RR 14 in May 1953.  It was sold to Marshall Equipment Co in November 1956 and sold as CC&F TM4634 in December 1956.  It operated as 7 and later it was scrapped.


Canadian General Transit

No number, 25 Ton, was built by General Electric in January 1948, #29236, as Dominion Textiles, Inc no number.  It was sold to Andrew Merrilees Ltd in 1984 and sold as CGT no number in 1989.


Canadian Steel Foundries

No number, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in July 1951, #31114, as Sanford & Eastern 18.  It became Claremont & Concord 17 in May 1961 and sold as Donohue Brothers no number in 1974.  It was sold as Andrew Merrilees Ltd D-1 in 1986 and sold as CSF no number in 1988.


Cartier Railroad

3, GP9, was built by General Motors in May 1960, #A1816, FN C268-3. It was renumbered 53 in 1960 and later as Intermountain Transportation Services 178. It later was Virginia Southern Ry 178 in 1990 and later Grand Rapids Eastern RR 178 and later Godrich-Exeter RR 178 "Paulina". It then became Dallas Garland & NorthEastern RR in August 1997. Disposition has been lost.

5, GP9, was built by General Motors in May 1960, #A1818, FN C628-5.  It was renumbered 55 in 1960 and later as IWRR 179.  It later was Mid-Michigan RR 179 in 1990  and later GEXR 179 "Griffin" in 1992.  It was transferred as Ontario L'Original RR 179 in 1996 and transferred as Ottawa Valley Ry 179 in 2001.  It was transferred as MMRR 180 in 2008 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in October 2011.

6, GP9, was built by General Motors in May 1960, #A1819, FN C628-8.  It was renumbered 56 in 1960 and later as IWRR 180.  It later was MMRR 180 in 1990  and later GEXR 180 in 1992.  It was transferred as OLO 180 in 1996 and transferred as RLK 180 in 2001.  It was transferred as Michigan Shore RR 180 in 2008 and sold to Bro-Tex International Metals in October 2011.  It was scrapped in August 2012.

78, C636, was built by Alco on November 1968, #6008-2, as Alco Products 636-2.  It was sold as Morrison Knudsen Corp 5402 in 1970 and then as Cartier 78 in March 1974.  It was retired in 2002.


Dominion Textiles, Inc,

Domtex, Inc.

No number, 25 Ton, was built by General Electric in January 1948, #29236.  It was sold to Andrew Merrilees Ltd in 1984 and sold as Canadian General Transit no number in 1989.


Industrial Railway Equipment Co.

Andrew Merrilee Co.

We have a page on this dealer.


Napierville Junction Ry.

206 was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1907, #43708, as Quebec Montreal & Southern 206.  It became NJRy 206 and sold as Delaware & Hudson 561, Class D-3, in December 1919.  It was rebuilt in 1930 and sold to Luria Brothers in May 1951.


Ottawa Central Ry.

We have a page on this line.


Port of Montreal

National Harbour Board

Montreal Harbour Commissioners

101 was built by English Electric in 1924 as MHC 101.  It became NHB 102 in 1936.  It became CN 9180, Class Z-4-a, and renumbered 180 in December 1949.  It was renumbered 6716 in 1969.

102 was built by English Electric in 1924 as MHC 102.  It became NHB 102 in 1936.   It became Canadian National  9181, Class Z-4-a, in December 1941 and renumbered 181 in December 1949.  It was renumbered 6717 in 1969.

108 was built by English Electric in 1924, as MHC 108.  It became NHB 108 in 1936.  It became CN 9187, Class Z-4-a, in December 1941 and renumbered 187 in December 1949.  It was renumbered 6723 in 1969.

202 was built by Montreal in February 1912, #50669, as Grand Trunk RR 1726, Class F.  It became CN 7166, Class O-9-a, in 1923 and sold as MHC 202 in July 1933.  It became NHB 202 in 1936 and retired in November 1938.  It was scrapped in April 1942.

8404, MP15, was built by General Motors 8/1984, #A4424, FN C452-2.  It became Ports Canada 8404 and became Port of Montreal 8404.  It was sold to General American Transportation Co as GMTX 804 on April 23,, 2013, and rebuilt as GMTX 5000.


 Quebec-Gatineau Ry

We have a page on this Genesee & Wyoming line.


Quebec Iron & Titanium Corp.

5111, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in December 1947, #29076, as Boston & Maine 118, Class DS-1a.  It was sold as Narragansett Pier RR 42 in September 1971 and sold as QIT 5111 in April 1981.


Quebec Montreal & Southern

206 was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1907, #43708.  It became Napierville Junction Ry 206 and sold as Delaware & Hudson 561, Class D-3, in December 1919.  It was rebuilt in 1930 and sold to Luria Brothers in May 1951.


Quebec North Shore Paper Co.

2, 45 Ton, was built by General Electric in September 1947, #29051, as Ontario Paper Co 2.  It was rebuilt as QNSP 2 in 1950 and ballasted as 50 Tons.


Roberval & Saguenay RR

We have a page on this Alcan company.


Rosen Beaudin Railway Group

18537, F59PH was built by General Motors in December 1989, #A4876, FN C484-2, as Government of Ontario Transit 537, Class GCE-430h.  It was sold as RBRX 18537 and scrapped at Lachine in January 2013.

18538, F59PH, was built by General Motors in December 1989, #A4877, FN C484-3, as GOT 538, Class GCE-430h.  It was sold as RBRX 18538 and scrapped at Lachine in January 2013.

18554, F59PH, was built by General Motors in August, 1990, #A4920, FN C495-7, as GOT 554, Class GCE-430k.  It was sold as RBRX 18554 and scrapped at Lachine in January 2013.


 Societe du Port Ferroviaire de Baie-Comeau - Hauterive

7004, GP9, was built by General Motors in June 1956, #A842, FN C195-10, as Canadian National 4483, Class GR-17f.  It was rebuilt in March 1985 as 7004, Class GS-418a, and retired on April 24, 2000.  It was sold as SFFBCH 7004.


Sylvite of Canada

Potasco

10, 70 Ton, was built by General Electric in June 1955, #32297, as Sacramento Northern 201, Class 201.  It was sold to Preston W Duffy in 1967 and sold as Sylvite 10 in September 1970.  It became Potasco 10 in April 1977 and derelict in 1987.  It was sold to Andrew Merrillees as 10 in June 1989.


 United Railway Supply Co.

 

116, RS3, was built by Alco in May 1952, #79874, as Reading Co 468, Class RS-1b.  It was sold as URSCo 116 in October 1973.  It was leased to Delaware & Hudson and scrapped.

465, RS-3, was built by Alco in May 1952, #79871, as RDG 465, Class RS-1b.  It was rebuilt in 1963 and sold as URS 465 in October 1974.  It was sold as George R Silcott Railway Equipment Co 465 in September 1976.  It was sold as Lackawaxen & Stourbridge RR 102.

503, RS3, was built by Alco in April 1951, #78566, as RDG 503, Class RS-1.  It was bought as URS 503 and later scrapped.

4117, RS3, was built by Alco in September 1952, #80317, as Delaware & Hudson 4117, Class DERS-60. It was reclassified as Class RS-15 in 1959 and sold to URS as 4117 in April 1972. It was then sold to Roberval & Saguenay RR as 29 in October 1973 and then as Adirondack Ry as 29. It was then sold to New York Susquehanna & Western as 104 in April 1982 and sold to Cuyahoga Valley Scenic RR for scrap.

4129, RS3, was built by Alco in August 1953, #80531, as D&H 4129, Class DERS-60.  It was reclassified as Class RS-15 in 1959 and sold as URS 4129 in April 1972.  It was sold as R&S 28 in July 1973 and later sold as Adirondack Ry 28 in 1979.  It was then sold as Buffalo Southern RR 28.

 

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