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ALCOphiles' wonderland !


  Like a 'best kept secret' – well, not really a secret but quite the trek to get there


  All of CART's six first generation  ALCO RSD-15's  – built with the  251B engine - were lined up by the QC shop


  In the rain at Port Cartier P.Q.,  June 7, 1981  Kodak Tri X by S.Danko


  what's interesting


  Cartier #95 ( #94 at left ) two of six ALCO RSD-15, all acquired from B&LE, built 1959 for DM&IR, alas, all off the roster by 1991
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ALCOphiles' wonderland !

Like a 'best kept secret' – well, not really a secret but quite the trek to get there

All of CART's six first generation ALCO RSD-15's – built with the 251B engine - were lined up by the QC shop

In the rain at Port Cartier P.Q., June 7, 1981 Kodak Tri X by S.Danko

what's interesting

Cartier #95 ( #94 at left ) two of six ALCO RSD-15, all acquired from B&LE, built 1959 for DM&IR, alas, all off the roster by 1991

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sdfourty [413] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/07/1981 (search)
Railway: Cartier (search)
Reporting Marks: CART#95 (search)
Train Symbol: n/a (search)
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City/Town: Port Cartier (search)
Province: Quebec (search)
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One Comment
  1. You were there 2 weeks before I was. They were ‘away’ from the shop when I saw them, from front to rear, 96, 91, 93, 92, 95 and 94. The only thing wrong with the trip was not having quite enough film.:o)

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