2-6-0 "Mogul" Locomotives in Canada

The first North American example of this type of locomotive was built for the Louisiana & Nashville Railroad in 1864. At the time it was the largest locomotive and got its name from the Mohammedan Empire (India). more than 11,000 Moguls were built between 1860 and 1910. They were generally used on freight trains but had enough speed to occasionally pull a light passenger train.

Railroads that used 2-6-0 "Mogul" Locomotives in Canada (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)

Surviving Examples of 2-6-0 "Mogul" Locomotives in Canada

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
112-6-04'-8½"Hillcrest CollieryCrowsnest Pass, Blairmore, ABdisplayCLC #1245, 1914
4172-6-04'-8½"CNRArmstrong Lake, BCsunk
62-6-0ngNwCoal&NavigYoho Campground, Field, BCabandonedBaldwin (Burnham) #7717, 1885 used in building the CPR spiral tunnels
302-6-04'-8½"Manitoba PaperManitoba Paper Co., Pine Falls, MBdisplayMontreal Locomotive Works #63551, 1922
42 (16)2-6-04'-8½"Sydney & Louis Museum of Industry, Stellarton, NSstoredALCO (Schenectady) #27301, 1903
86E-10-a2-6-04'-8½"CNR Western Fair Grounds, London, ONdisplayCLC #919, 1910
88 (1008)E-10-a2-6-04'-8½"CNR (GTR) Upper Canada Village, Morrisburg, ONrestorationCLC, 1910
81E-10-a2-6-04'-8½"CNR Heritage Park, Palmerston, ONdisplayCLC #914, 1910
12-6-016"PE&NSRRPort Elgin and North Shore Railroad, Port Elgin, ONoperationalH.E. Schlenker and Sons
1002-6-04'-8½"Mattagami RR near post office, Smooth Rock Falls, ONdisplayMLW #55116, 04/1915donated in 1967
713E-7-a2-6-04'-8½"CNR (GTR) Canadian Railway Museum, Delson, QCdisplayGTR, 1900
63 (1)2-6-036"WP&Y (KMR) Klondike Mines Railway Locomotive Shelter, Dawson City, YTdisplayBrooks #522, 1881
512-6-036"WP&Y MacBride Museum, Whitehorse, YTdisplayBrooks, 1881