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steamlocomotive.com is an informative website and essential to all with an interest in the steam era. It features an extensive database of surviving steam locomotives from around the world, information on locomotive types, steam events, and history.
Western Development Museum
With four locations in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, WDM is dedicated to preserving and understanding prairie history. WDM in Saskatoon houses former CPR locomotive 2166 featured in our production.
Orpheum Theatre, Estevan Sask.
The Orpheum Theatre in Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada has been continuously operating since opening on April 6, 1914. The Locomotives of Bienfait premiered at the Orpheum theatre on Nov 20,
Canadian Railway Museum
The Canadian Railway Museum preserves and celebrates Canada's rich railroad history. Located in Saint-Constant Québec, the museum houses a huge collection of steam locomotives, diesels, rail cars and coaches.
Toronto Railway Museum and the Toronto Railway Historical Society
A restored 1929 Canadian Pacific Railway roundhouse is just one of the features of this fascinating museum located in downtown Toronto, Ontario. It’s also home to former CNR steam locomotive 6213.
Nestled in the towering mountains of British Columbia, The Revelstoke Railway Museum’s mission is to collect, preserve and interpret the history of the Canadian Pacific Railway within the region. Exhibits include former CPR Mikado Steam Locomotive 5468, a 1929 business car, historical rolling stock, and many wonderful displays.
Bienfait is a town of about 800 located in the rural municipality of Coalfields, No. 4, Saskatchewan, Canada. Bienfait is rich in railroad and coal mining history.
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