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Former Canadian Northern 4-6-0, 1913 MLW product is displayed next to the old mainline, off CN roster since 1960. Interestingly he always kept the same #, 1158 was later a GMD1 another Prairie classic no longer on the rails.
The CN 114 sported identical leaders the last time I came out here. This, Ironically, is the CN 314. But this train shows no signs of Calgry origin, as he carried all the battle scars of the 450 from Scotford. He even had the Santa Fe 38036, which I caught on the 303 last week. He came off the...
I couldn't come up with a name for this shot, so just went by the song I was listening.
The name fits well though: It seems like your stereotypical Prarie shot, something that could have been taken 20 years ago - A pair of SD40-2's leading a manifest. These engines however have been...
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