2-8-2 Locomotives in Canada


Railroads that used 2-8-2 Locomotives in Canada (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)

Surviving Examples of 2-8-2 Locomotives in Canada

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
5433P2b2-8-24'-8½"CPR CPR station, Chapleau, ONdisplayCLC #2038, 1943
3239S-1-a2-8-24'-8½"CNR Canadian Railway Museum, Delson, QCdisplayCLC #1392, 1917
162-8-24'-8½"Comox Logging Co Doug Callahan, Kelowna, BCstoredBaldwin #61159, 1929From Squamish, BC
112-8-24'-8½"Comox Logging Co Oyster Bay Dr, Ladysmith, BCdisplayBaldwin #57409, 1923
7 (1055)90 ton2-8-2T4'-8½"Alberni Pacific Lumber (M-B) Alberni Valley Museum, Port Alberni, BCoperationalBaldwin #60942, 1929
1066 (4)2-8-2T4'-8½"M-B (Bloedel Stewart & Welsh) train station, Qualicum Beach, BCdisplayBaldwin #58687, 1925
5468P2k2-8-24'-8½"CPR Revelstoke Railway Museum, Revelstoke, BCdisplayMontreal Locomotive Works #76140, 1948
1132-8-24'-8½"Canadian Forest Products near school, Woss Lake, BCdisplayAlco (Brooks) #61859, 1920 Operated on Camp Woss main line in 1948-1950.
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