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With a nod to Mitchell Gault’s evocative image, VIA F40PH-2D No. 6444 is shown gliding to a stop at St. Marys Ontario. Compare the foliage growth that has occurred over the intervening twenty-two years along with the renewed Station Sign. Tragically, No. 6444 would be involved in a lethal derailment east of Aldershot Ontario on February 26th 2012 and be removed from the roster the following year.
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Caption: With a nod to Mitchell Gault’s evocative image, VIA F40PH-2D No. 6444 is shown gliding to a stop at St. Marys Ontario. Compare the foliage growth that has occurred over the intervening twenty-two years along with the renewed Station Sign. Tragically, No. 6444 would be involved in a lethal derailment east of Aldershot Ontario on February 26th 2012 and be removed from the roster the following year.

Photographer:
Unknown (TPM Collection) [35] (more) (contact)
Date: 01/xx/1993 (search)
Railway: VIA Rail (search)
Reporting Marks: VIA 6444 (search)
Train Symbol: UNK (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Guelph (search)
City/Town: St Marys (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Is that white stuff icing sugar? We’ve seen very little snow over the past couple of years. It falls and then melts.

  2. @Driver8666: This past winter averaged above freezing – that’s why; it was just too mild for any snow to stick around. Basically anywhere SW of Toronto the snow didn’t stick around.

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