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A few photos ago I posted the 4332 with its new nose. This picture shows how the 4332 looked the day of the accident. After hitting a flatbed loaded with culvert it is not looking to bad, the winner of the altercation is easily identified. What I find rather interesting is that the 1 marker lens is broken, both headlights are busted out of their mounts yet the glass for the numberboards is not cracked or smashed. You will also be able to see how much bigger the CN on the nose grew after repairs when comparing the 2 pictures. Also, because of it being quite overcast, I did soup this image up a bit. It is actually a much darker photo. This shot taken at 11:30 in the morning.
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Caption: A few photos ago I posted the 4332 with its new nose. This picture shows how the 4332 looked the day of the accident. After hitting a flatbed loaded with culvert it is not looking to bad, the winner of the altercation is easily identified. What I find rather interesting is that the 1 marker lens is broken, both headlights are busted out of their mounts yet the glass for the numberboards is not cracked or smashed. You will also be able to see how much bigger the CN on the nose grew after repairs when comparing the 2 pictures. Also, because of it being quite overcast, I did soup this image up a bit. It is actually a much darker photo. This shot taken at 11:30 in the morning.

Photographer:
L. Priest [99] (more) (contact)
Date: 03/20/1986 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4332 (search)
Train Symbol: Extra (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Coronado Sub. (search)
City/Town: Redwater (search)
Province: Alberta (search)
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3 Comments
  1. As inconvenient it may have been with long hood forward, view blocked and occasional diesel smoke, I always felt very safe in these engines. That’s a lot of hood for something on the tracks to make its way through to the cab. :-)
    Thanks you guys for having a look.

  2. Good thing it was leading long hood forward!!

  3. More paper work and another drug test!!

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