KillerBeeMoto: Train Locomotive CPR Steam Engine No 374 Short & Long Sleeve Shirt

$25.00+




Engine No. 374 was the steam engine which pulled the first transcontinental train to arrive in Vancouver, arriving on May 23, 1887. This was a year after its sister Engine No. 371 brought the first Canadian Pacific Railway train to cross Canada into Port Moody. No. 374 was built by the CPR in 1886 and was one of eight similar 4-4-0 steam locomotives built that year in the Montreal shops.

Photo Source: Nils Öberg via Wiki Commons image.

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