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N&W 3725/3666 F7A

The Wabash Railway and subsequently the N&W and the NS had operating rights over various railroads in Canada since 1898. They ran from Buffalo to Detroit through Ontario providing a bridge route between New York and Michigan. It was known as the Buffalo Division. This agreement was terminated January 31/06. Here the 3725 and the 3666 idle at the CN's Boat Yard awaiting their next assignment.
Wow, great photo, and it has the so called "passenger" pilot. Thanks for posting. And the trailing unit's winterization hatch looks square when compared the the one on 3725. Interesting.
 

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