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Just inside door 16 and over the pit in Building H at CP's Weston shop is CP 414225, an American Hoist & Derrick model 830 DE locomotive crane, serial number L-3663, built new for CP in June of 1965. The crane is in for some operator maintenance training and and a complete under car body inspection including gear cases, traction transmissions, and traction motors. In the shop on the same track behind the crane are snow plow CP 401034 and Jordan spreader CP 402877. It's a busy time in the shop readying all this work equipment for winter.
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Caption: Just inside door 16 and over the pit in Building H at CP's Weston shop is CP 414225, an American Hoist & Derrick model 830 DE locomotive crane, serial number L-3663, built new for CP in June of 1965. The crane is in for some operator maintenance training and and a complete under car body inspection including gear cases, traction transmissions, and traction motors. In the shop on the same track behind the crane are snow plow CP 401034 and Jordan spreader CP 402877. It's a busy time in the shop readying all this work equipment for winter.

Photographer:
Paul O'Shell [159] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/20/2015 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 414225 (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. Remarkable how clean it appears to be in there. I’ve only been in some of those struggling short line shops where everything is in disarray and the area appears to be held together by congealed oil slick. :o )
    Nice inside series, Paul. Hope you have more pics.

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