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Eastbound CP 5017-5005-4465-8443 as seen from Campbellville Ave. in Campbellville.  This area is heavily overgrown now and finding a view of the tracks through the trees and bushes like this is virtually impossible.  The tracks here run NE-SW so  most of the day, trains are backlit except for later in the afternoon during the summer.
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Caption: Eastbound CP 5017-5005-4465-8443 as seen from Campbellville Ave. in Campbellville. This area is heavily overgrown now and finding a view of the tracks through the trees and bushes like this is virtually impossible. The tracks here run NE-SW so most of the day, trains are backlit except for later in the afternoon during the summer.

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Dave Burroughs [127] (more) (contact)
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Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 5017 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Galt Sub. (search)
City/Town: Campbellville (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Sweet scene, Dave. This was always a neat spot for rail photographers.

  2. Very nice. I can imagine the audio from this scene with the Alco in the mix. Always loved this area.

  3. Two Alco’s Brad. Trains sounded even better going westbound as they would be grinding up the hill toward the top of the hill at Guelph Jct.

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