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A late Toronto-Hamilton-Buffalo run-through train TF-2 crests the escarpment at Vinemount on a winter's day in March 1972. Note the TH&B "puller engines" (a GP7 and a GP9) assisting the through power (PC F7As 1752, 1791, and 1773).
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Caption: A late Toronto-Hamilton-Buffalo run-through train TF-2 crests the escarpment at Vinemount on a winter's day in March 1972. Note the TH&B "puller engines" (a GP7 and a GP9) assisting the through power (PC F7As 1752, 1791, and 1773).

Photographer:
Doug Page [328] (more) (contact)
Date: 03/ /1972 (search)
Railway: Toronto Hamilton and Buffalo (search)
Reporting Marks: PC 1773 (search)
Train Symbol: TF-2 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Vinemount (search)
City/Town: Vinemount (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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One Comment
  1. I love the inconsistency in the application of the PC logo. It’s different on all three F7As. I also didn’t know there was a signal bridge at Vinemount siding. Where did the puller engines get removed?

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