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On a September morning at approx. 10:30, 584 is taking the siding in preparation for a meet with the returning extra from the air base with its usual train of empty jet fuel tanks.
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Caption: On a September morning at approx. 10:30, 584 is taking the siding in preparation for a meet with the returning extra from the air base with its usual train of empty jet fuel tanks.

Photographer:
S. Brundle [297] (more) (contact)
Date: Late Sept. 1986. (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4609 (search)
Train Symbol: 584 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Coronado Sub. (search)
City/Town: Redwater (search)
Province: Alberta (search)
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5 Comments
  1. NAR is one of the railways I never got to see but I miss. Just like TH&B.

  2. Classic!

  3. This is the 5th photo I have posted of the 4609, sort of the fav NAR. When passing through Redwater, it is traveling on the part of the Coronado sub that will take it to Fort Mac (the Lac La Biche Sub connects at Kerensky, just a few miles north of Redwater). When it was pulling on sulphur hoppers or the Muskeg Mixed, it “was” making a round trip to its namesake (836-jet fuel and 584-grain both head to eastern Alberta).

  4. Great photo. My favorite configuration and operating mode, short high hood leading.

  5. Speaking of short high hoods, the way other foreign power was treated after acquisition, BCR as an example. Little was done to cover up the previous owners livery. To have left the big NAR diamond untouched on that nose . . . .

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