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London & Port Stanley 1500VDC boxcab electric #L2 stored at Toronto, ON. For more pics & video from my collection see my website at  http://northamericabyrail.info  , Cheers, Pete
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Caption: London & Port Stanley 1500VDC boxcab electric #L2 stored at Toronto, ON. For more pics & video from my collection see my website at http://northamericabyrail.info , Cheers, Pete

Photographer:
Hiawatha Pete [99] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/01/1993 (search)
Railway: London and Port Stanley (search)
Reporting Marks: LPS L2 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Toronto (search)
City/Town: Toronto (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. What a sad deteriorated state it ended up being in!!!

  2. What’s the story on the building/engine house behind it? Intrigued..

  3. It might be part of the old Loblaws warehouse.

  4. Couldn’t agree more Arnold. Especially considering the historic nature of this locomotive, one of only 3 electric freight locomotives on the London & Port Stanley, the only part of Sir Adam Beck’s vision of a network of electric railways serving southern Ontario to become a reality. At least it’s now preserved at the HCRY in Milton.

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