Revelstoke (British Columbia) Railway Museum

by Ken Humphreys

The Revelstoke Railway Museum in British Columbia sits on the mainline of the Canadian Pacific Railway not far west of Roger Pass of of the famous Spiral Tunnels. Built in 1993, this museum has excellent displays of CPR history and rail equipment. The images below are but a small sample of what this fine museum has to offer.

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A velocipede, a manually powered "speeder" used by track inspectors and watchmen.
CP Mikado #5468, a P-2k class 2-8-2 locomotive built by Montreal Locomotive Works. Unlike most P-2s, this locomotive burned oil, not coal.
The manufacturer's plate on Mikado #5468
A CP Rail caboose in the museum display yard.
Some of the many pieces of rolling stock on display at Revelstoke.
A MOW car carrying a freight car truck.
Canadian Pacific flanger #400573.
CP Jordan spreader #402811.
Canadian Pacific wedge plow #401027.

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