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A dismal winter afternoon, even though this a color image might as well been black and white film. Train symbol MC-4 with a trio of F units and a U boat all elephant style running east on the double track CASO is about to bang over the diamond of the single track TH&B Dunnville sub. E&O tower was located at mile 30.5 on the Penn Central Canada Division CASO. A "Kodak Instamatic Moment" from long ago.
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Caption: A dismal winter afternoon, even though this a color image might as well been black and white film. Train symbol MC-4 with a trio of F units and a U boat all elephant style running east on the double track CASO is about to bang over the diamond of the single track TH&B Dunnville sub. E&O tower was located at mile 30.5 on the Penn Central Canada Division CASO. A "Kodak Instamatic Moment" from long ago.

Photographer:
Doug Lawson [238] (more) (contact)
Date: 02/19/1971 (search)
Railway: Penn Central (search)
Reporting Marks: PC 1731 (search)
Train Symbol: MC-4 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CASO sub E&O tower (search)
City/Town: near Attercliff (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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