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Southward from Woss on Vancouver Island, Canadian Forest Products crossed Maquilla Creek at milepost 50 (visible at the end of the tank car), just before Maquilla Reload.  On Monday 1975-06-09, CFP 302 had two loads of ties and a tank car in addition to a string of log empties southbound, in the era before better highways reduced the need for company camp supplies to be transported by rail.
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Caption: Southward from Woss on Vancouver Island, Canadian Forest Products crossed Maquilla Creek at milepost 50 (visible at the end of the tank car), just before Maquilla Reload. On Monday 1975-06-09, CFP 302 had two loads of ties and a tank car in addition to a string of log empties southbound, in the era before better highways reduced the need for company camp supplies to be transported by rail.

Photographer:
Ken Perry [162] (more) (contact)
Date: 1975-06-09 (search)
Railway: Canadian Forest Products (search)
Reporting Marks: CFP 302 (search)
Train Symbol: Southward empties (search)
Subdivision/SNS: K-line (50.0) (search)
City/Town: Maquilla Reload (search)
Province: British Columbia (search)
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  1. Great photo of this unique operation.

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