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Montreal Locomotive Works
Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) was a Canadian railway locomotive manufacturer which existed under several names from 1883 to 1985, producing both steam
Apr 15th 2017



Montreal v Montreal Locomotive Works Ltd
Montreal v Montreal Locomotive Works Ltd [1944] UKPC 44 is a Privy Council case relating to tax and commercial business, but of interest to Canadian and
Jul 18th 2016



American Locomotive Company
Montreal, Quebec, Canada; this company was eventually renamed the Montreal Locomotive Works. In 1905, Alco purchased Rogers Locomotive Works of Paterson,
May 9th 2017



List of locomotive builders
operations and ceased production by Progress Rail Services in 2012 Montreal Locomotive WorksMontreal QC – formerly part of American Locomotive Company,
May 28th 2017



Canadian Locomotive Company
manufacturing armaments and munitions, as did the competing shops of the Montreal Locomotive Works, the CPR, and others. Large numbers of locomotives were also built
May 21st 2017



Indian locomotive class WP
followed in 1949, with production split between Baldwin (100), Montreal Locomotive Works (120), and Canadian Locomotive Company (80). The locomotives in
Jan 20th 2017



Confederation locomotive
arrangement used on Canadian railroads. Most were built by the Montreal-Locomotive-WorksMontreal Locomotive Works (MLW) in Montreal, Quebec, and the Canadian Locomotive Works (CLW)
Dec 29th 2015



New South Wales 40 class locomotive
The-40The 40 class were a class of diesel locomotives built by Montreal Locomotive Works, Canada for the New South Wales Government Railways in 1951/52. The
Mar 17th 2017



Selkirk locomotive
2-10-4 wheel arrangement built for Canadian Pacific Railway by Montreal-Locomotive-WorksMontreal Locomotive Works, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The first of these large engines, which
Sep 18th 2016



Locomotives of India
Sheds and many other sheds. YDM-4AYDM 4A: The 99 locos supplied by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1964–69. YDM-5YDM 5: Same specifications as of YDM-3 but an addition
May 7th 2017



ALCO Century 424
model and offered as a lower-priced alternative to the C425. Montreal Locomotive Works also built this locomotive as MLW Century 424. List
Apr 6th 2017



Builder's plate
Engineering builder’s plate on Queensland Railways 1740 class Montreal Locomotive Works builder's plate Builder's Plate of EMD F9(A) locomotive
Feb 12th 2017



South African type LP tender
that year. Type LP tenders were built between 1918 and 1922 by Montreal Locomotive Works in Canada. The South African Railways (SAR) placed eight Class
Mar 4th 2017



List of MLW diesel locomotives
Following is a list of diesel locomotives built by the Montreal Locomotive Works, a Canadian subsidiary of the American Locomotive Company from 1904-1964
Jan 16th 2016



MLW RS-23
RS-23 was a 1,000 hp (746 kW) diesel-electric locomotive built by Montreal Locomotive Works between August 1959 and September 1960. Production totaled 40
Jan 17th 2017



ALCO Century 630
Southern Pacific Railroad and 10 for Union Pacific Railroad. Montreal Locomotive Works produced a C-630M variant of the C-630, with 4 for British Columbia
Mar 27th 2017



4-6-2
between 1906 and 1914 by the CPR at its Angus Workshops and by the Montreal Locomotive Works. After 1921, 166 examples of a new G2 class locomotive with a
May 22nd 2017



2-8-0
locomotives in 1946. They were built in North America, 160 by Montreal Locomotive Works in Canada, 60 by the Canadian Locomotive Company, and 80 by the
Mar 28th 2017



CP Class 1550
TheyThey entered service in 1973; they were built in Canada by the Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW). The locomotives are MLW's type MX 620 design. List of
Feb 14th 2017



Commonwealth Railways CN class
eight locomotives in the class had been built in 1907-1908 by Montreal-Locomotive-WorksMontreal Locomotive Works, Montreal, Quebec, for the Canadian Northern Railways, and, after
Apr 17th 2017



MLW RS-10
The Montreal Locomotive Works RS-10 was a 1,600 horsepower (1,200 kW) road switcher built for the Canadian market. It was essentially an ALCO RS-3 in
Jan 17th 2017



John Cooke (entrepreneur)
For other men with the same name, see John Cooke (disambiguation). John Cooke (1824–1882) was one of the principals of Cooke Locomotive Works, one of the
Apr 13th 2016



Portland Company
The Portland Company was established 10 November 1846 by John A. Poor and Norris Locomotive Works engineer Septimus Norris as a locomotive foundry to build
Jan 19th 2017



ALCO RS-3
It was manufactured by American Locomotive Company (ALCO) and Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) from May 1950 to August 1956, and 1,418 were produced —
Sep 29th 2016



List of Baldwin diesel locomotives
electric locomotive lists by manufacturer ALCO Baldwin Fairbanks-Morse General Electric GM-EMD GMD Lima-Hamilton Montreal Locomotive Works Westinghouse
Mar 30th 2017



Sri Lanka Railways M4
class of diesel-electric locomotive manufactured in Canada by Montreal Locomotive Works. Fourteen of the manufacturers' model MX-620 were imported in
Sep 29th 2015



Timeline of Montreal history
lighting. 1883 – First winter carnival in Montreal. 1883–1985 – Montreal Locomotive Works opens. 1883–84 – Dalhousie train station is built. 1884–1933 –
Apr 21st 2017



Locomotives of Sri Lanka Railways
Engines (180 hp × 2) taken from S1 class M4 743–756 Co-Co de 14 Montreal Locomotive Works 1975 MX-620 1750 hp M5 767–782 Bo-Bo de 16 Hitachi 1979 1150 hp
May 24th 2017



List of locomotives
of the London Brighton and South Coast Railway LBSCR K Class Montreal Locomotive Works Selkirk locomotive See List of MLW diesel locomotives New Zealand
Aug 10th 2016



Canadian Pacific 2-8-0 N-2-a, b, and c
class of 182 2-8-0 or Consolidation type locomotives built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1912-1914. They were numbered 3600–3799 by CP and were used
Mar 3rd 2017



MLW RS-18
was an 1,800 hp (1,340 kW) diesel-electric locomotive built by Montreal Locomotive Works between December 1956 and August 1968. It replaced the RS-10 in
Jan 17th 2017



ALCO RS-11
service. It was produced in high-nose and low-nose versions. Montreal Locomotive Works built identical units. While the RS-11 benefited from the increased
Mar 28th 2017



Canadian National 47
tank locomotive remaining in the USA. The #47 was built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in September 1914 for the Grand Trunk Railway as its number 1542
Jul 17th 2016



Canadian Pacific 2816
Empress, is a 4-6-4 H1b Hudson type steam locomotive built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in 1930 for the Canadian Pacific Railway. After being used for
May 12th 2017



MLW RSC-13
RSC MLW RSC-13 was a type of diesel-electric locomotive built by Montreal Locomotive Works for use on Canadian National Railway (CN). Only thirty five RSC-13's
Jan 17th 2017



2-8-2
by two Canadian companies, the Canadian Locomotive Company and Montreal Locomotive Works. After the war, a new design was produced and placed in production
Apr 18th 2017



LNER Class A3 4472 Flying Scotsman
LNER-Class-A3LNER Class A3 4472 Flying Scotsman is a Pacific steam locomotive built in 1923 for the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) at Doncaster Works to a
May 19th 2017



M-series (Toronto subway)
subway system of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They were built by Montreal-Locomotive-WorksMontreal Locomotive Works in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1961-62. They were the first Toronto
Apr 29th 2017



SNCF Class 141R
ordered from the "big three", plus the Canadian manufacturers Montreal Locomotive Works, Montreal Quebec and Canadian Locomotive Company, Kingston, Ontario
Jul 30th 2016



South African Class MJ1 2-6-6-0
Mallet articulated compound steam locomotive were placed with Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) in Canada. The locomotive was designed by MLW, based on
Mar 6th 2017



ALCO DH643
Diesel Builders, Volume Two: American Locomotive Company and Montreal Locomotive Works. Interurban Press, Glendale, CA. ISBN 0-916374-81-5.  Pinkepank
Sep 4th 2016



ALCO S-1 and S-3
diesel-electric locomotives produced by ALCO and their Canadian subsidiary Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW). Basically, the two locomotives differed only in trucks
Nov 24th 2016



ALCO Century Series locomotives
locomotives were a line of locomotives produced by AlcoAlco, the Montreal Locomotive Works, and A. E. Goodwin Ltd under license in Australia. Production
Feb 20th 2017



Canadian comfort cab
SD40-2W), although this was not an official designation. Montreal-Locomotive-Works">The Montreal Locomotive Works also offered a competitive cab design on their M-420 and M-630(W)
Feb 9th 2014



ALCO RS-2
were produced — 374 by the American Locomotive Company, and 9 by Montreal Locomotive Works in Canada. Eight of the ALCO RS-2s were exported to Canada. The
May 25th 2017



FS Class 735
some minor improvements in the boiler, was given in 1918 to the Montreal Locomotive Works. Their American origin showed in their being fitted with a Bissel
Jan 20th 2017



Grizzly I cruiser
and running gear of the US M3 Lee; Rams were produced by the Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) from 1941 to 1943. The M3 was succeeded by the superior
May 10th 2017



MLW RSC-24
RSC MLW RSC-24 was a type of diesel-electric locomotive built by Montreal Locomotive Works for use on Canadian National Railway (CN). Only four RSC-24's
Jan 17th 2017



MLW RSC-14
Canadian National Railway from locomotives originally supplied by Montreal Locomotive Works. These locomotives began life as MLW RS-18s for the Canadian National
Jan 17th 2017



General Motors Diesel
Canada set up controlled or wholly owned subsidiaries in Canada. Montreal-Locomotive-WorksMontreal Locomotive Works (MLW) in Montreal, Quebec, was created for just this reason building
Sep 4th 2016





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