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The sun is barely above the horizon as it casts a reddish glint on the cab of Alco S2 7024. The telltale " Alco smoke" shows the crew has just arrived and started their unit. Just down the lead, S 13 108 awaits another Trillium crew, on-duty an hour later. 7024 will today work the Canal-Harbour Job which will take her to Welland and St Catharines. 7024 has loads of miles and probably plenty of interesting stories. She started life in October 1944 !
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Caption: The sun is barely above the horizon as it casts a reddish glint on the cab of Alco S2 7024. The telltale " Alco smoke" shows the crew has just arrived and started their unit. Just down the lead, S 13 108 awaits another Trillium crew, on-duty an hour later. 7024 will today work the Canal-Harbour Job which will take her to Welland and St Catharines. 7024 has loads of miles and probably plenty of interesting stories. She started life in October 1944 !

Photographer:
Steve Bradley [85] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/25/2006 (search)
Railway: Trillium Railway (search)
Reporting Marks: TRR 7024 (search)
Train Symbol: Canal-Harbour (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Feeder West (search)
City/Town: Feeder (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. 7024 is still on Trillium property. It apparently leaked an odor into the cab that made the crews feel sick. Was in service til 2010.

  2. I heard that unit was privately owned, and not a Trillium-owned unit outright. It’s funny that sister unit 7020 sits enjoying retirement at Roundhouse Park in downtown Toronto.

  3. What happened to 7024? Trillium had a quite diverse roster but so many seemed to only last a short time. Except 108 110… and the rs18′s.

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