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On an incredibly smoggy Saturday afternoon, May 15, 1976, GO Transit train 922 with self-propelled units 9833 9828 and 9825 heads for Toronto after making a station stop at Long Branch.  Note that the train is well patronized!!  It also appears that the conductor is annoying the engineer!
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Caption: On an incredibly smoggy Saturday afternoon, May 15, 1976, GO Transit train 922 with self-propelled units 9833 9828 and 9825 heads for Toronto after making a station stop at Long Branch. Note that the train is well patronized!! It also appears that the conductor is annoying the engineer!

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Date: 05/15/1976 (search)
Railway: GO Transit (search)
Reporting Marks: GO 9833 (search)
Train Symbol: 922 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Long Branch Mile 9.6 Oakville Sub (search)
City/Town: Long Branch (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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One Comment
  1. I have many not-very-fond memories of this self-propelled equipment. The air conditioning on the original GO coaches was never good enough (as on Tempo coaches) and for some reason it was even worse on these cars. Three coaches were standard on Saturdays: either self-propelled as this or locomotive-hauled. Sundays it was only two. Some days the short trains were seriously over-crowded during an event such as the CNE.

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