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With Military Sand 7021 pounding at the lead, CP mixed manifest 421 (Toronto-Winnipeg) rounds the curve just north of Bolton as they approach Humberstation rd and are only just beginning their 2-3day journey up to Winnipeg Manitoba from Toronto. 7021 has recently gone in the hole at Emery to meet Southbound 112 (first siding along this subdivision at about mile 9) and have clearance up to signal 48.8 Baxter, only after making a brief stop at Spence to drop a very long stack of autos from the tail end of this train. Time is 1639
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Caption: With Military Sand 7021 pounding at the lead, CP mixed manifest 421 (Toronto-Winnipeg) rounds the curve just north of Bolton as they approach Humberstation rd and are only just beginning their 2-3day journey up to Winnipeg Manitoba from Toronto. 7021 has recently gone in the hole at Emery to meet Southbound 112 (first siding along this subdivision at about mile 9) and have clearance up to signal 48.8 Baxter, only after making a brief stop at Spence to drop a very long stack of autos from the tail end of this train. Time is 1639

Photographer:
Graydon Johnston [112] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/15/2020 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 7021 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: CP Mactier Sub (search)
City/Town: Bolton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Thank you Kevin, hope to shoot several other of them Heritages at this exact spot within the near future! It definitely seems the 2020s promise a nice heck on a era for power on CP!

  2. Excellent location choice Graydon!

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