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The fuel train had an extra chore in Redwater today. They stopped here at 16:00 and filled our siding with empty flats (seen behind the 9191). They then left the fuel tanks on the main west of town and went to Kerensky and filled the siding there with empty flats. After all that, they came back, rounded up the rest of the crew and went for dinner at the Redwater Hotel. It is 17:30 in this photo and I'm making hay while the crew is busy inside. They continued on their way east to Cold Lake at 19:40, they serve good dinner at the hotel :^). In this photo, we have the front end of the 9191, nice big single sealed beam. This B unit is formerly the 9031 and was re-built in 1972. At the front is the 4391. It is formerly the 4150 and was just re-numbered to 4391 in 1984. In 1991 it will go in for a re-build and become the 7029, which it seems, is still working today. These 2 units have a nice roll of 91's going. Shot at the section shack, Redwater, with Kodachrome 25 film.
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Caption: The fuel train had an extra chore in Redwater today. They stopped here at 16:00 and filled our siding with empty flats (seen behind the 9191). They then left the fuel tanks on the main west of town and went to Kerensky and filled the siding there with empty flats. After all that, they came back, rounded up the rest of the crew and went for dinner at the Redwater Hotel. It is 17:30 in this photo and I'm making hay while the crew is busy inside. They continued on their way east to Cold Lake at 19:40, they serve good dinner at the hotel :^). In this photo, we have the front end of the 9191, nice big single sealed beam. This B unit is formerly the 9031 and was re-built in 1972. At the front is the 4391. It is formerly the 4150 and was just re-numbered to 4391 in 1984. In 1991 it will go in for a re-build and become the 7029, which it seems, is still working today. These 2 units have a nice roll of 91's going. Shot at the section shack, Redwater, with Kodachrome 25 film.

Photographer:
Seth B. [257] (more) (contact)
Date: 05/17/1985 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 9191 (search)
Train Symbol: 836 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Coronado Sub. (search)
City/Town: Redwater (search)
Province: Alberta (search)
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