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After meeting VIA train 660 at the east end of Credit,  VIA 661 is once again on the move westbound crossing the Credit River just east of Georgetown.  In the distance, an eastbound freight for Mac Yard, led by CN 3129, waits for us to clear.  Note the 'Credit' name sign just beyond the bridge at right.Engineer Phil Hall captured a similar scene seen here in 2016.John Freyseng Photo, Jacob Patterson Collection Slide.
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Caption: After meeting VIA train 660 at the east end of Credit, VIA 661 is once again on the move westbound crossing the Credit River just east of Georgetown. In the distance, an eastbound freight for Mac Yard, led by CN 3129, waits for us to clear. Note the 'Credit' name sign just beyond the bridge at right.

Engineer Phil Hall captured a similar scene seen here in 2016.

John Freyseng Photo, Jacob Patterson Collection Slide.

Photographer:
John Freyseng Photo; Jacob Patterson Collection [100] (more) (contact)
Date: 01/1984 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 3129 (search)
Train Symbol: N/A (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Halton Sub (search)
City/Town: Georgetown (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. Those Budd runs were such a blast. 5 a day each way to London. All on train orders. Awesome times.

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