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716, an empty sulpher train heads south out of Edmonton on the Camrose Sub. It is headed to Ram River via the Brazeau Sub. Apparently these sour gas field that have the hydrogen sulphide stripped and reduced are still going strong.
My wife and kids are on this chase, therefore we did not get much beyond Camrose. Note how sunny that it is.
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Caption: 716, an empty sulpher train heads south out of Edmonton on the Camrose Sub. It is headed to Ram River via the Brazeau Sub. Apparently these sour gas field that have the hydrogen sulphide stripped and reduced are still going strong. My wife and kids are on this chase, therefore we did not get much beyond Camrose. Note how sunny that it is.

Photographer:
Steve Young [781] (more) (contact)
Date: 05/04/1996 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 5407 (search)
Train Symbol: 716 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Strathcona (CN's, not CP's) (search)
City/Town: Edmonton (search)
Province: Alberta (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Is that a switchtender shanty or something at left?

  2. My first shot at this location was from 1988. There was quite a cluster of sheds here at that time, including a 2 or 3 door Speeder shed this side of the white building, and another red shed beyond. There were are a couple small container sheds and lots of MOW bits along that siding, I would assume that all of this was MOW territory, but I do not know why the white shed remained in 1996.

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