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I really have to jog my memory about this site! I do know that it was early in 1981 when I took the time to walk around the site. CF 107 was sitting outside on the west side of the larger shop building. It had clearly been there for quite some time as the encroaching blackberry growth was moving closer. The day was overcast and damp, which was typical for that time of year. I took 3 pictures of the locomotive. I often wonder what type of support was under the hood to carry the weight of that bell?
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Caption: [Editors note: understanding the quality of this is a bit shaky, but letting it in for historical interest] I really have to jog my memory about this site! I do know that it was early in 1981 when I took the time to walk around the site. CF 107 was sitting outside on the west side of the larger shop building. It had clearly been there for quite some time as the encroaching blackberry growth was moving closer. The day was overcast and damp, which was typical for that time of year. I took 3 pictures of the locomotive. I often wonder what type of support was under the hood to carry the weight of that bell?

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James Booth [74] (more) (contact)
Date: 1981 (search)
Railway: Industrial (search)
Reporting Marks: CF 107 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Ladysmith (search)
Province: British Columbia (search)
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One Comment
  1. This classic is a 1924 product of Plymouth Locomotive Works, Plymouth OH. It is a 7ton gas mechanical that came to Crown Forest Industries from Alberni Pacific Lumber, Port Alberni BC.

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