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Nice warm day in Cranbrook! Not sure why I was there, but I think I had contractors working on the post office roof at the time. Anyways after work was over for the day I drifted down to the CP yards & CP 8201 was idling away so I grabbed a shot of it.  Mainly I took photographs of individual locomotives,rolling stock,or buildings because I knew that things were always changing, & I might not get to see them again.
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Caption: Nice warm day in Cranbrook! Not sure why I was there, but I think I had contractors working on the post office roof at the time. Anyways after work was over for the day I drifted down to the CP yards & CP 8201 was idling away so I grabbed a shot of it. Mainly I took photographs of individual locomotives,rolling stock,or buildings because I knew that things were always changing, & I might not get to see them again.

Photographer:
James Booth [74] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/14/1987 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 8201 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Cranbrook (search)
City/Town: Cranbrook (search)
Province: British Columbia (search)
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One Comment
  1. The GPS location shown is not correct! It should be 49.511133 / -115.775595 and that should get you within a few locomotive length’s of where I took the picture. Us ex CDN army personnel usually knew where we were or where we were going, and I never went to Russia (though I did see a couple of real Soviet officers once)

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