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Caption: Westbound at Canfield with a beautiful NYC Lightining Stripe F7A in the lead. Note that this locomotive was made in model form by Athearn . Doesn't it look great in the Canadian snow? What you see on the right is a little bit of the CN Cayuga Sub, with the Dunnville Sub beyond; and the connecting track between the two. And the building is the former station back when there was a Mixed train on the Cayuga Sub. Over on the left side, thats the NYC ‘ tower ‘ with the NYC-CN connecting track to the Dunnville Sub running behind it, beneath the NYC pole lines. Doug was standing in the northwest quadrant of the diamonds when he took this shot.