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"Returning to Duluth"

The Famous Schnabel Train is Returning to Duluth, Minnesota to Pick Up Another Pressure Vessel for the Heavey Oil Upgrader in Regina, Saskatchewan, Cdn. This Massive 36 Axle Giant the Length of a Football Field and Weighting 335 Tonnes was Built in West Germany. In all Five Trips were made, they were Restricted to Day Light Travel Only and a Speed Restriction of 24-km/h. The Train is Passing through Indian Head, Saskatchewan, Cdn. The Canadian Pacific Railway handled the Load in Canada while Burlington Northern Handled the American Route. CP Rail Called it the "Most Ambitious Special-Load Commitment" in CP Rail's History. February 1987 Photo.
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