Photographs of trains and ships
between 1925 and 1940?
The series consists of photographic prints. There are 8 views of trains belonging to Canadian National or Canadian Pacific Railways and 1 view of a Dorchester locomotive. There are 2 views of ships: the icebreaker N.B. McLean, and the Canadian Steamship Lines vessel "Quebec". Most of the photos are undated, but three are dated April 1931 and one is dated 1934.
Materials were kept in their original order.
- View of Dorchester Locomotive -- View of the first engine built by the Canadian Pacific Railway -- View of "Samson" and Canadian National Railways "6000 type" locomotive -- View of "6000 type" locomotive and wood burner -- 4 views of T4a class locomotive -- View of "3000 type" locomotive -- View of icebreaker N.B. McLean -- View of Canadian Steamship Lines vessel "Quebec".
10 photographs have stamp of A.J. Livinson on verso; 1 photograph has ownership label of A.J. Livinson mounted on verso; 4 photographs have stamp of Canadian National Railways on verso; 4 photographs have stamp of Canadian Pacific Ry. Co. Photograph Dept.
sheets (largest): 26,6 x 20,5 cm sheets (smallest): 12,4 x 24 cm
Montréal Island of Montréal Québec Canada
A. Jacob Livinson photographs collection
Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal
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