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4 Wabush Lake Railway RS18's with a loaded ore train heads east on the QNSL-Wabush joint Northernland Subdivision. The Wabush will deliver the ore to Emeril Junction where QNSL power and crews will continue onto the Port at Sept Iles QC.
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Caption: 4 Wabush Lake Railway RS18's with a loaded ore train heads east on the QNSL-Wabush joint Northernland Subdivision. The Wabush will deliver the ore to Emeril Junction where QNSL power and crews will continue onto the Port at Sept Iles QC.

Photographer:
Bill Hooper [263] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/15/1996 (search)
Railway: Wabush Lake (search)
Reporting Marks: WAB 909 (search)
Train Symbol: Eastbound ore loads (search)
Subdivision/SNS: QNSL Labrador City (search)
City/Town: Opocopa (search)
Province: Newfoundland and Labrador (search)
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3 Comments
  1. How long was the drive there.. Bill :) I think you art the first to submit a shot from Labrador ;)

  2. I would have given my left (censored) to get a shot like that.
    Such an elusive road !!!!

  3. And now – I believe (and could be wrong) this road now using CEFX AC4400′s to handle increased traffic from the Bloom Lake mine… uncertain if the ALCO’s survive in regular use or not..

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