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Lunch Hour shot

I took a series of shots at the siding on my lunch break this is my favourite
u have he worked portage local but the middle engine 3106 is a portage la praire engine i mean first time i seen her out here
That must me it. On the C-P-R yahoo roup some fans of it were concerned after it went missing. Looks like tis been upgraded to road duty! BTW I found out that the CP branchline runs right through University of Sask. I'll be attending in Saskatoon. That should take railfanning to a whole new level! Maybe I can take pictures high above from the 6th floor or something, get some nice aerials... I'm dreaming.
Can't be that long as I saw it in Portage on July 6th 2005.

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