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Running extra, CP RS18 8776 and FP7 4068 crest the hill at Guelph Jct with a westbound in the spring of 1966.
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Caption: Running extra, CP RS18 8776 and FP7 4068 crest the hill at Guelph Jct with a westbound in the spring of 1966.

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Date: 5/ /1966 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 8776 (search)
Train Symbol: extra west (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Guelph Jct (search)
City/Town: Guelph Jct (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. If you believe rrpicturearchives.. the 8776 went to NBEC and OCRR

  2. If this a westbound,then we’re is the operator hooping the train. Bruce

  3. My mistake the operator is now on the north side. Bruce

  4. Oh crap, a carload of poles for Guelph Utility

  5. I take it you didn’t like those poles Bruce…..

    they all go CP(GEXR) now… none go CN anymore. That ended not long after CN took over (I’d say one or two months)

  6. This was one of numerous Sunday trips I took with Doug to Guelph Jct.
    I have the date as April 17/66, and I show this train with 4 engines – these 2 plus 8154-8130.
    However what I do not show, is if they were set off or picked up.
    All of which makes me wonder if the carload of poles isn’t for another town…

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