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TH&B 73 and 402 are southbound on the Dunnville Subdivision with over 45 cars of phosphate rock for ERCO at Port Maitland. They are passing by Penn Central's 'E&O' interlocking tower as they clunk-clunk across the Canada Division mainline. PC employee, Operator/Leverman WA Webster has locked the armstrong levers into proper position to allow for this movement. The 3 wooden structures ( tower, outhouse and coal bin) are well weathered at this stage.
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Caption: TH&B 73 and 402 are southbound on the Dunnville Subdivision with over 45 cars of phosphate rock for ERCO at Port Maitland. They are passing by Penn Central's 'E&O' interlocking tower as they clunk-clunk across the Canada Division mainline. PC employee, Operator/Leverman WA Webster has locked the armstrong levers into proper position to allow for this movement. The 3 wooden structures ( tower, outhouse and coal bin) are well weathered at this stage.

Photographer:
Bruce Mercer [100] (more) (contact)
Date: 1/8/1973 (search)
Railway: Toronto Hamilton and Buffalo (search)
Reporting Marks: TH&B 73 (search)
Train Symbol: Extra South (search)
Subdivision/SNS: TH&B Dunnville Sub (search)
City/Town: Attercliffe Station (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Excellent!

  2. Any idea what reporting marks those hoppers would have?

  3. Wellll…if they weren’t ACL/SAL cars, then they were either/or NAHX , UNPX and some were IMCX

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