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During crew change at the old CP Cartier station, a good gabfest is in the works as train #301 with CP 5832, HLCX 4415 and HLCX 3065 waits to head westward.  There were leased units abound during this time, as CP struggled with a huge power deficit. It is already April, but a lot of dirty snow still lingers, along with an equally grubby looking sky.
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Caption: During crew change at the old CP Cartier station, a good gabfest is in the works as train #301 with CP 5832, HLCX 4415 and HLCX 3065 waits to head westward. There were leased units abound during this time, as CP struggled with a huge power deficit. It is already April, but a lot of dirty snow still lingers, along with an equally grubby looking sky.

Photographer:
A.W.Mooney [1486] (more) (contact)
Date: 04/03/1997 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 5832 (search)
Train Symbol: #301 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Cartier/Nemegos Subs (search)
City/Town: Cartier (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. That was such a great place to hang-out in between trains as well. It was a place that time seemed to forget about then unfortunately caught-up to it with the new crew building being constructed.

    Arnold, your image captures everything so well with the crews trading-off. Awesome.

  2. It was, Kevin. They don’t even change crews there any more. I understand there is some modular building a bit down the track they use now.

  3. The good old days it seems…

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