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CP 402877 is a Jordan Type A, broken wing, mid-height plow spreader, serial number 864, built in 1953. It is pictured here inside CP's Weston Shops in Winnipeg, MB on October 20, 2015. This unit has just undergone conversion and upgrading from an air powered spreader to full hydraulic controls and operation and is waiting to be stenciled, tested, and loaded onto a Work Equipment ramp car for transport to Banff, AB where it will be unloaded on November 19, 2015, then moved to Lake Louise, AB for its winter assignment.
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Caption: CP 402877 is a Jordan Type A, broken wing, mid-height plow spreader, serial number 864, built in 1953. It is pictured here inside CP's Weston Shops in Winnipeg, MB on October 20, 2015. This unit has just undergone conversion and upgrading from an air powered spreader to full hydraulic controls and operation and is waiting to be stenciled, tested, and loaded onto a Work Equipment ramp car for transport to Banff, AB where it will be unloaded on November 19, 2015, then moved to Lake Louise, AB for its winter assignment.

Photographer:
Paul O'Shell [159] (more) (contact)
Date: October 20, 2015 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 402877 (search)
Train Symbol: n/a (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Weston Shops (search)
City/Town: Winnipeg (search)
Province: Manitoba (search)
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One Comment
  1. Lake Louise? Well, we can say it certainly will have its’ work cut out for it.

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