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A note of thanks to the Locomotive 6167 Restoration Committee

July 8, 2014

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On August 2, as part of John Galt Day celebrations, we will be officially unveiling the restored 6167 Locomotive and welcoming it as the newest artifact in the Guelph Museums collection. This moment would not be possible without the hard work, dedication, and expertise of all members – past and present – of the Locomotive […]

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Locomotive 6167 inducted into the North America Railway Hall of Fame

June 13, 2012

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The restoration of steam locomotive 6167 is being honoured by the North America Railway Hall of Fame. Here is some history, courtesy of the nominator: Steam locomotive 6167, built in 1940 and rebuilt after a disastrous collision in 1942 with sister 6166 in Quebec, served in Eastern Canada during WWII hauling material and troops. She […]

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Locomotive 6167 on the move after 43 years

April 20, 2010

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“Locomotive No. 6167 is one of three existing locomotives of this type in North America.  It was built in March 1940 and was one of 203 “Northern” locomotives used by the Canadian National Railways (CNR) for both passenger and freight servce berween 1927 and 1960.  6167 spent most of its working life in eastern Canada. During […]

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