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Alberni Pacific No. 7, a 2-8-2T built by Baldwin in 1929, departs Port Alberni Station with the morning train to the McLean Mill National Historic Site.  N0. 7 spent all her working life on Vancouver Island and after retirement was aquired by Alberni Pacific in 1994 and became operational in 1996.  The route to the Mill starts at Port Alberni Station, MP 38.70 of the former E&N Alberni Sub and proceeds to MP 33.37 whre it branches off onto a 0.6 mile spur to the Mill.
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Caption: Alberni Pacific No. 7, a 2-8-2T built by Baldwin in 1929, departs Port Alberni Station with the morning train to the McLean Mill National Historic Site. N0. 7 spent all her working life on Vancouver Island and after retirement was aquired by Alberni Pacific in 1994 and became operational in 1996. The route to the Mill starts at Port Alberni Station, MP 38.70 of the former E&N Alberni Sub and proceeds to MP 33.37 whre it branches off onto a 0.6 mile spur to the Mill.

Photographer:
colin arnot [492] (more) (contact)
Date: 07/05/2012 (search)
Railway: Tourist (search)
Reporting Marks: APR 7 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Port Alberni Station (on the former E&N Alberni Sub.) (search)
City/Town: Port Alberni (search)
Province: British Columbia (search)
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