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A special place – The Rock. 


Terra Transport train #232 - Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday - Carbonear to St.John's: powered by GMD G8's TT #805 - TT #800 is on the approach to Clarke's Beach. Sufficiently patronized to warrant two coaches on August 7, 1982...Today TT #805 is at Delson, P.Q. 


...no other place like it.....


Negative by S.Danko.


More Terra Transport:


    Terra Transport #206 near Lockston  


    Terra Transport power for #204, Port-aux-Basques  


    TT #927, Port-aux-Basques  


   TT #929, Corner Brook  


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Caption: A special place – The Rock.

Terra Transport train #232 - Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday - Carbonear to St.John's: powered by GMD G8's TT #805 - TT #800 is on the approach to Clarke's Beach. Sufficiently patronized to warrant two coaches on August 7, 1982...Today TT #805 is at Delson, P.Q.

...no other place like it.....

Negative by S.Danko.

More Terra Transport:

Terra Transport #206 near Lockston

Terra Transport power for #204, Port-aux-Basques

TT #927, Port-aux-Basques

TT #929, Corner Brook

sdfourty.

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Date: 08/07/1982 (search)
Railway: Terra Transport (search)
Reporting Marks: TT #805 (search)
Train Symbol: TT #232 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Carbonear Sub (search)
City/Town: Clarke's Beach (search)
Province: Newfoundland and Labrador (search)
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3 Comments
  1. I was just there last week, and tried to shoot 93x, a green, six axle whatever it is, but couldn’t, as there isn’t enough room on the sun side to warrant a shot.

  2. IIRC, they swapped the standard-gauge trucks out when they got the cars off the ferry at the island with narrow-gauge ones.

    It’s neat to see how that simple 40′ box towers over the narrow-gauge equipment.

  3. So they had to fit narrow ga trucks on the CP car.

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