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FA-1 1021 along with 3 FB-2's and an FA-2 handle a westbound manifest at Canfield.
Still lots of maintenance activity going on, spare parts near the CN connecting track, the reverse crossovers have been taken out and the Dunnville Sub. diamond looks to be in good condition, considering the pounding it would have received.
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Caption: FA-1 1021 along with 3 FB-2's and an FA-2 handle a westbound manifest at Canfield.

Still lots of maintenance activity going on, spare parts near the CN connecting track, the reverse crossovers have been taken out and the Dunnville Sub. diamond looks to be in good condition, considering the pounding it would have received.

Ektachrome image by Doug Page, substantially restored by the Railpictures.ca team. (It had faded really badly). Anyone interested in a free restoration of their faded Ektachromes - it's possible! Don't throw them out and please get in touch with the Railpictures.ca team.

Photographer:
Doug Page [48] (more) (contact)
Date: 05/1961 (search)
Railway: New York Central (search)
Reporting Marks: NYC 1021 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Canfield Junction (search)
City/Town: Canfield (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. Sometimes a selected image is posted and you look at the image a few days later and realize you missed something, not so much railroad, just “something.” The far lower left corner there is the left rear fender/mudguard of an automobile, it looks like a Studebaker, however just wondering if any of the auto collectors on these lists can identify.

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