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Well, Geez !!!!  About as rare as a Baldwin at Bayview..........I'm over on the south side at the Junction awaiting the passenger train and all of a sudden these two female railfans came running over.  Not to pass this up, I quickly switched from my 35MM lens to a 28 for a sneak shot. After the train passed, off they went and I never heard of them again.
The eastbound? Oh I did write 3121 on my slide, I guess that must be a GP9 trailing, but who cares? Had to keep my priorities in order.
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Caption: Well, Geez !!!! About as rare as a Baldwin at Bayview..........I'm over on the south side at the Junction awaiting the passenger train and all of a sudden these two female railfans came running over. Not to pass this up, I quickly switched from my 35MM lens to a 28 for a sneak shot. After the train passed, off they went and I never heard of them again. The eastbound? Oh I did write 3121 on my slide, I guess that must be a GP9 trailing, but who cares? Had to keep my priorities in order.

Photographer:
A.W.Mooney [2154] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/00/1978 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 3121 (search)
Train Symbol: unknown (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Dundas sub. (search)
City/Town: Bayview Junction (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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7 Comments
  1. Thanks for keeping your priorities strait AW.

  2. The clothing colours reminds me of Daphne and Velma from Scooby Doo. Perhaps there was a mystery afoot at Bayview Junction they needed to solve.

  3. I’ve got a TH&B Hamilton roster slide or two from a “Cheryl Tarzwell”, shot in the late 70′s, name sound familiar Arnold? Perhaps one of the mystery duo…

  4. No, it doesn’t, Dan. Thats the strange part of this. I did not see them drive up, nor see what they drove off in. You can spot there were a few cars where we all parked, but no one even mentioned the girls that I recall. They must have all had train on the brain.
    PS: Nice pole line. :o )

  5. Also, MrDan..I see Bill McArthur’s blue Chev in the lineup, and between him and Reggie Button (who never saw a woman he did not like) they covered Bayivew constantly and if those girls had come back both of those guys would have struck up conversation. They must have been out-of-towners not to have been spotted by us roving animals again.

  6. Roving animals! hahahah!!1

  7. Yep, we all have our priorities, LOL!

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