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This is another trip with Fred Clark. We decided to chase the Brazeau Sub Local down the Camrose sub to Mirror and then floow its progress on the Brazeau Sub. We had no idea what work it did, what businesses it visited or yards it switched. It had favorable lighting compared to train running north out of Edmonton, though.
I don't know the exact location, but it is likely north of Looma, and almost back in Edmonton.
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Caption: This is another trip with Fred Clark. We decided to chase the Brazeau Sub Local down the Camrose sub to Mirror and then floow its progress on the Brazeau Sub. We had no idea what work it did, what businesses it visited or yards it switched. It had favorable lighting compared to train running north out of Edmonton, though. I don't know the exact location, but it is likely north of Looma, and almost back in Edmonton.

Photographer:
Steve Young [781] (more) (contact)
Date: 04/16/1996 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4777 (search)
Train Symbol: 550 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Looma (search)
City/Town: Looma (search)
Province: Alberta (search)
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2 Comments
  1. So this is the “gp38-2w” in the west that I was told about. We have a lot of them out east and they are new in this area (at least, on the former GEXR – apparently they were quite rare to non existent before CN switched the Guelph sub to GEXR).

  2. This looks to be right at the Science Park ,along 17th Street in Edmonton. The wooden trestle is still there

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