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While visiting St.Thomas I was able to photograph this eastbound passenger train at the historic railway station. Fortunately the station has been preserved. Trains don't run here anymore, the double track mainline has been removed along with the associated interlocking at BX tower. I suppose the "Pepsi Can" 281 has been recycled into razor blades.
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Caption: While visiting St.Thomas I was able to photograph this eastbound passenger train at the historic railway station. Fortunately the station has been preserved. Trains don't run here anymore, the double track mainline has been removed along with the associated interlocking at BX tower. I suppose the "Pepsi Can" 281 has been recycled into razor blades.

Photographer:
Doug Lawson [200] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/??/1978 (search)
Railway: Amtrak (search)
Reporting Marks: AMTK 281 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: CASO (search)
City/Town: St.Thomas (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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One Comment
  1. 281 is actually in a museum in California! It looks like they still use it occasionally as well to move displays around too.

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