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Another photo of the 5114 with one of my Dads workmates posing beside it. I love how having someone stand right beside these old engines gives the equipment a true perspective. Everything is "BIG" and this engine is not truly a large steam engine. I would put it in the average category.
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Caption: Another photo of the 5114 with one of my Dads workmates posing beside it. I love how having someone stand right beside these old engines gives the equipment a true perspective. Everything is "BIG" and this engine is not truly a large steam engine. I would put it in the average category.

Photographer:
S. Priest [145] (more) (contact)
Date: Later 1950's (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CNR 5114 (search)
Train Symbol: Unknown (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Edmonton depot (search)
City/Town: Edmonton (search)
Province: Alberta (search)
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4 Comments
  1. Thank you PRR5406. :-)

  2. Good old hammer taps, for loose or cracked metal. Wonderful period photo.

  3. Thanks a ton Peter. My Dad would have been really happy to read your comment. :-)
    This photo makes me smile as those boots sure don’t seem to have steel toes in them. Although we may complain about change, they have made the work place much safer, which keeps us in good shape for chasing trains on the weekends.

  4. Awesome portrait!

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