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Big night for the Cubs. The tailend brakeman on the step has just about brought the train to a stop. 35 happy Cubs are going to detrain and fill the parking lot with chatter about their ride from Edmonton to Redwater. What a great idea for a bunch of kids on a beautiful evening. In another 15 minutes they will all be in their bus and headed back to Edmonton. I went and talked to the tailend brakeman after the kids got off. He was just as excited. A great evening was enjoyed by everyone. Photo taken at 20:00. The coach is the 5095.
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Caption: Big night for the Cubs. The tailend brakeman on the step has just about brought the train to a stop. 35 happy Cubs are going to detrain and fill the parking lot with chatter about their ride from Edmonton to Redwater. What a great idea for a bunch of kids on a beautiful evening. In another 15 minutes they will all be in their bus and headed back to Edmonton. I went and talked to the tailend brakeman after the kids got off. He was just as excited. A great evening was enjoyed by everyone. Photo taken at 20:00. The coach is the 5095.

Photographer:
L. Priest [99] (more) (contact)
Date: 04/26/1989 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: Bagboose 7857 (search)
Train Symbol: Muskeg Mixed (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Coronado Sub. (search)
City/Town: Redwater (search)
Province: Alberta (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Well, it probably was safer than romping in the hay. :o )

  2. I was going to say such in my caption. I hope they used a rope when painting it on. The pitch of the roof is pretty steep. The crazy things kids do, glad I didn’t do things like that. Yeah right. :-)

  3. Thats a really nice grain elevator, too. Not often I see graffiti when out that way, but a couple of the farm lads must have done some work up top there.:o) Neat shot!!

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