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Framed with the Courtland Collectables Antique Market sign, the Cayuga Clipper does their last ever crew change in Courtland. Although the snow is in full force, the sun made a welcomed appearance before they departed West for St. Thomas. On a line notable for indistinguishable locations, this sign surely does the trick to place the shot
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Caption: Framed with the Courtland Collectables Antique Market sign, the Cayuga Clipper does their last ever crew change in Courtland. Although the snow is in full force, the sun made a welcomed appearance before they departed West for St. Thomas. On a line notable for indistinguishable locations, this sign surely does the trick to place the shot

Photographer:
Alex Sanders [241] (more) (contact)
Date: 04/16/2020 (search)
Railway: Ontario Southland (search)
Reporting Marks: OSRX 1594, OSRX 1400 (search)
Train Symbol: Cayuga Clipper (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Cayuga Sub (search)
City/Town: Courtland (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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Map courtesy of Open Street Map

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8 Comments
  1. Thanks Todd!

  2. Well done Alex! For guys like me who had hopes of capturing the OSR on this section of the Cayuga Sub., you’ve caught something that won’t be seen again. Well framed. :)

  3. Thank you everyone!

  4. Nicely done Alex ! The Courtland Collectables sign certainly does do the trick the and is most appropriate , as your very nice historical picture includes some of the “OSR Collectables Antiques”. Well done and thanks for posting.

  5. Well done Alex.

  6. No mistaking where that is. Sweet angle Alex.

  7. Yep. Unique ID for sure. You did well with this!!

  8. Nice shot Alex

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