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CN 108 passes the former Pool elevator at Reford Saskatchewan. You can tell this is the former GTP mainline by the vast distance between the elevator and the right of way.
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Caption: CN 108 passes the former Pool elevator at Reford Saskatchewan. You can tell this is the former GTP mainline by the vast distance between the elevator and the right of way.

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Matt Watson [204] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/09/2018 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 2649 (search)
Train Symbol: CN# 108 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Wainwright Sub (search)
City/Town: Reford (search)
Province: Saskatchewan (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Thanks guys.

    awmooney: Thats a very interesting observation, I think your on to something.

    Michael: I’ve heard it had something to do with GTP wanting room for expansion at all of their stops but I don’t know for sure. It is interesting to compare the location of elevators along former CNoR lines to these GTP ones though, there is a very noticeable difference.

  2. Nice shot. Why did GTP put such a distance between the elevator and the right of way?

  3. Great prairie shot. It is such a shame to see the demise of those old elevators. Kinda like the loss of stations in the East.

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