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Long nose forward GP9 CNR 4599 is heading west across the Welland Canal Lift Bridge #20 and the green Third Canal 1887 Swing Bridge (in fixed location since 1929).  Masonry stone cut walls of the Third Canal contrast with the Concrete poured walls of the 4th Canal.  Destination, Maple Leaf Mills (MLM).  Storm clouds on the horizon yielded a brief moment to get this shot before the down burst came
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Caption: Long nose forward GP9 CNR 4599 is heading west across the Welland Canal Lift Bridge #20 and the green Third Canal 1887 Swing Bridge (in fixed location since 1929). Masonry stone cut walls of the Third Canal contrast with the Concrete poured walls of the 4th Canal. Destination, Maple Leaf Mills (MLM). Storm clouds on the horizon yielded a brief moment to get this shot before the down burst came

Photographer:
Michael Klauck [36] (more) (contact)
Date: 07/XX/1986 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4599 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: CNR Port Colborne (search)
City/Town: Port Colborne (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. Neat scene, Michael.

  2. Thanks Earl, I have spent a lot of time in SW Ontario/Detroit Metro in the Automotive business, and I can really appreciate the great images you have captured….

  3. Michael, very nice picture, not vey many looking down showing the “old and new” Welland canals and the respective railway bridges. Did you take this from the bridge signal mast ? Thanks for posting, John

  4. Very correct John, I did use the Signal Mast #190 to get this shot, and thanks for the kind words ! Michael

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