Trans-Canada Limited in 1929, headed by a "Pacific" locomotive.
Acquiring the locomotive is important, but as Garry Anderson states:
without exception the Locomotive is usually given the primary focus in railway
museums. The rolling stock (freight and passenger) is too often considered
secondary, when in fact it was the rolling stock that moved the people and the goods
that, in turn, earned the revenue to pay the costs, including the cost of the
locomotive. Locomotives do not exist on their own, and we really have to try to
balance our presentation of railway history, or future generations may think that
trains comprised only locomotives and cabooses."