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This photo taken with print film and long before I kept records. The date could be the summer of 1983 but also possibly 1984. I have posted this photo as I don't have many pictures of the 4610 Slave Lake and this is the best of the few I have found so far. The other 2 units are the 4285 and 4316. Photo taken in Redwater, time appears to be after lunch.
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Caption: This photo taken with print film and long before I kept records. The date could be the summer of 1983 but also possibly 1984. I have posted this photo as I don't have many pictures of the 4610 Slave Lake and this is the best of the few I have found so far. The other 2 units are the 4285 and 4316. Photo taken in Redwater, time appears to be after lunch.

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L. Priest [99] (more) (contact)
Date: Summer 1983?? (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4610 (search)
Train Symbol: Extra (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Coronado Sub. (search)
City/Town: Redwater (search)
Province: Alberta (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Thanks a bunch Arnold for the comment. The camera at this time was a Canon TX (film was standard 100asa Kodak). Manual camera where you adjust speed or f stop to get the needle in the ring for proper exposure. A process I’m sure you are well aware of. With an f 1.8 lens. It was a pretty darn good camera actually, just couldn’t put a winder on it. Yes I do have a scanner (Nikon Super Coolscan). I get up every day and bow before it and give it grace. :-) I would not want to have to replace it. Pickens are slim. I am so glad I bought one before Nikon packed it in with scanners. My problem with colour negs is the sky gets grained up. But I have a few subjects where they were only caught on print film. I have a couple right now that I’m working on that I hope you all will find interesting. Stay tuned. :-)

  2. Quality looks really good. What kind of camera? Is this a scan of the neg?

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