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After seeing this photo, or one similar, Trevor Sokolan dubbed this as Waldron's Curve. 'Long story, but that is my wife's last name. I studied topographic maps to find this place (WAY before Google Maps)
Oncw again, taken near Seba Beach, on the NW end of Wabamun Lake.
404 was a regular sight on the Edson Sub. It ran from Vancouver to Edmonton's Clover Bar Yard with generally more chemical traffic than seen here. It doesn't usually have 6 locomotives up front, though. This must be a power transfer.
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Caption: After seeing this photo, or one similar, Trevor Sokolan dubbed this as Waldron's Curve. 'Long story, but that is my wife's last name. I studied topographic maps to find this place (WAY before Google Maps) Oncw again, taken near Seba Beach, on the NW end of Wabamun Lake. 404 was a regular sight on the Edson Sub. It ran from Vancouver to Edmonton's Clover Bar Yard with generally more chemical traffic than seen here. It doesn't usually have 6 locomotives up front, though. This must be a power transfer.

Photographer:
Steve Young [781] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/08/1995 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 5277 (search)
Train Symbol: 404 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Gainford (search)
City/Town: Gainford (search)
Province: Alberta (search)
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