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Can you smell the wood chips? Triple 3 was always easy to identify from a distance with those loads of woodchips on the head end for Thorold. And as it passed there was the smell of fresh cut wood. On this day there was even as small shower of wood chips as the mesh cover has come loose on the lead car and chips are blowing in the wind. 

The train is between Tremaine Road and #1 Side Road, another of those nice areas to park and wait for trains that is now overrun with no parking signs and barricades to keep out the dumpers.
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Caption: Can you smell the wood chips? Triple 3 was always easy to identify from a distance with those loads of woodchips on the head end for Thorold. And as it passed there was the smell of fresh cut wood. On this day there was even as small shower of wood chips as the mesh cover has come loose on the lead car and chips are blowing in the wind. The train is between Tremaine Road and #1 Side Road, another of those nice areas to park and wait for trains that is now overrun with no parking signs and barricades to keep out the dumpers.

Photographer:
Glenn Courtney [212] (more) (contact)
Date: 02/05/1994 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 6004 (search)
Train Symbol: CN 333 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Halton - Tanslay (search)
City/Town: Burlington (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. Thanks for the reminder the scent of those cars going down the Newmarket sub.

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