Canadian Pacific 2816, named Empress, is a 4-6-4 H1b Hudson-type steam locomotive built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in 1930 for the Canadian Pacific Railway. After being used for heavy passenger service, the locomotive was retired in 1960 and donated to Steamtown, USA, at Bellows Falls, Vermont, in 1964. After an extensive restoration, the locomotive returned to service in 2001 and was used by the Canadian Pacific Railway in occasional excursion service until 2012. The 2816 is the only non-streamlined H1 Hudson to have survived into preservation.

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  • Canadian Pacific 2816, named Empress, is a 4-6-4 H1b Hudson-type steam locomotive built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in 1930 for the Canadian Pacific Railway. After being used for heavy passenger service, the locomotive was retired in 1960 and donated to Steamtown, USA, at Bellows Falls, Vermont, in 1964. After an extensive restoration, the locomotive returned to service in 2001 and was used by the Canadian Pacific Railway in occasional excursion service until 2012. The 2816 is the only non-streamlined H1 Hudson to have survived into preservation. (en)
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  • Canadian Pacific 2816, named Empress, is a 4-6-4 H1b Hudson-type steam locomotive built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in 1930 for the Canadian Pacific Railway. After being used for heavy passenger service, the locomotive was retired in 1960 and donated to Steamtown, USA, at Bellows Falls, Vermont, in 1964. After an extensive restoration, the locomotive returned to service in 2001 and was used by the Canadian Pacific Railway in occasional excursion service until 2012. The 2816 is the only non-streamlined H1 Hudson to have survived into preservation. (en)
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