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Shared assets in the Shared Asset Zone.  CP #102 with 8705 and 9113 snakes southward past CN 5257 & Van 79707 waiting it out on the MoW siding. View long-lensed from Hwy 69 overpass. Medium format 120- 400 ISO film for anyone interested. From near Parry Sound to just south of Sudbury CN and CP share trackage. CN line is used for southbounds, CP track for northbounds.
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Caption: Shared assets in the Shared Asset Zone. CP #102 with 8705 and 9113 snakes southward past CN 5257 & Van 79707 waiting it out on the MoW siding. View long-lensed from Hwy 69 overpass. Medium format 120- 400 ISO film for anyone interested. From near Parry Sound to just south of Sudbury CN and CP share trackage. CN line is used for southbounds, CP track for northbounds.

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A.W.Mooney [1047] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/27/2006 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 8705 (search)
Train Symbol: #102 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP Parry Sound Sub. (search)
City/Town: Cranberry (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. rail grinder maybe? does leave rust

  2. Well, Steve………after some discussion I have to admit we are stumped as to what that reddish colour is the result of. Hopefully someone will give us a logical explanation.

  3. Lots of boxes from Vancouver on that train.

  4. Thank you for posting this picture. My very first RR photos were taken in this area – Cranberry and Pakeley, on the CPR.
    The red rust on the ROW is from ore or acid?
    I remember being in Whitefish Falls, on a branchline that was used to convey taconite pellets. The little metallic balls were a bear to walk on, but I do not remember them rusting and staining the ties and ballast.

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