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THE BIG TRESTLE CN 2821 leads a B730 potash train as they cross over the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle on an overcast morning. This was a new vantage point for me to shoot at, and It's worth the trek. My closer up shot of this train can be found RIGHT HERE.
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Caption: THE BIG TRESTLE CN 2821 leads a B730 potash train as they cross over the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle on an overcast morning. This was a new vantage point for me to shoot at, and It's worth the trek. My closer up shot of this train can be found RIGHT HERE.

Photographer:
Matt Landry [170] (more) (contact)
Date: 07/03/2016 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 2821 (search)
Train Symbol: CN B730 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Napadogan Subdivision (search)
City/Town: New Denmark (search)
Province: New Brunswick (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Thanks for the comments fellas. I did fire off quite a few shots as they were crossing the trestle. Track speed on the trestle is only 20mph, so I was able to grab quite a few shots.

  2. Love that you can see the DPU tucked in there too…great shot!!!

  3. You sure had a great spot staked out. If it had been the old film days and I had my medium out; I probably would have gone thru half a roll just on that train.!!!! Incredible scenery.

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