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With rebuilt AC4400CWM 8127 up front, CP 254 drifts downgrade on the Hamilton sub at Newman Road.
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Caption: With rebuilt AC4400CWM 8127 up front, CP 254 drifts downgrade on the Hamilton sub at Newman Road.

Photographer:
Jacob Patterson [127] (more) (contact)
Date: 07/07/2019 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 8127, CP 8903 (search)
Train Symbol: 254-07 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Hamilton Sub (search)
City/Town: Hamilton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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7 Comments
  1. Your welcome. :-)
    Trim indeed. Trees do not grow this fast in Edmonton. The houses in the background disappeared in just 2 years.
    You guys should cut back on the number of frost free days. It will take care of that tree problem. LOL.

  2. Thanks Larry. Much appreciated!
    This is a great location but its going to need a little trimming soon.

  3. There, you’re at 3000 now Bill. :-)

  4. I hope you gave it a favorite Larry. Ha

    Nice shot Jacob.

  5. Holy cow Jacob. After viewing your photo and closing it, back on the thumbnail page, just above yours in the “One of our best images” section, is Bill Purdy’s photo at the same spot as yours. He is also taking a shot of 246 back on Oct.16th, 2017. Not only is it an odd coincidence finding his photo right above yours (it is almost like the random picker for the best images made it’s own Time Machine pair), but, how much the scenery has changed in just 2 years. Looks more like 10 went by.
    Very nice shot Jacob. :-)

  6. Thanks James, good to meet you as well and thank you for the correct number.

  7. Nice shot Jacob, and nice to meet you out there that afternoon. If you’re a stickler on your notes, this was a 246.

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