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Here on another runpast...I had a front row seat in the RDC...from Google maps...I could only see 2 trestles..I am guessing this is just north of the wye in St Thomas;  It appears now subsequently rebuilt as a cement bridge over the highway.
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Caption: Here on another runpast...I had a front row seat in the RDC...from Google maps...I could only see 2 trestles..I am guessing this is just north of the wye in St Thomas; It appears now subsequently rebuilt as a cement bridge over the highway.

Photographer:
Greg Roach [69] (more) (contact)
Date: June 14 1975 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 6xxx (search)
Train Symbol: UCRS excursion (search)
Subdivision/SNS: near St Thomas ex L&PS (search)
City/Town: St Thomas (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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6 Comments
  1. This is “Zavitt’s Pond Viaduct” a few miles north of Port Stanley and a bit south of Union.

  2. the guy by himself on the right looks like Charlie Begg…

  3. Mobil1fan – you got it. Thanks. I struggled yesterday to figure out what bridge…I was sure there were no runpasts on the segment north of St Thomas. I didn’t see that trestle on google until you pointed it out now…and that it is. greg.

  4. Looking on Google Maps, I’d say you’re looking north at the bridge between Union and Port Stanley.

    Roberts Road would be at your back.

  5. Who is who? :) Anyone recognize the guys on the ground?

  6. Nice perspective.

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