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Busy mid-morning down at Bayview on this nice fall day as a train Hamilton-bound passes #451 which is waiting a light at the Junction.  GP9 CN 4514, still wearing its' snowshield apparatus, leads mates 4588 and 4515, and once it gets a light, is bound for Aldershot.
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Caption: Busy mid-morning down at Bayview on this nice fall day as a train Hamilton-bound passes #451 which is waiting a light at the Junction. GP9 CN 4514, still wearing its' snowshield apparatus, leads mates 4588 and 4515, and once it gets a light, is bound for Aldershot.

Photographer:
A.W.Mooney [965] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/18/1979 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4514 (search)
Train Symbol: #451 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Oakville Sub (search)
City/Town: Bayview Junction (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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6 Comments
  1. Thanks, Paul. Yeah, not only a lot of fun, no hassles either!

  2. Another great shot! Ventured down to this area at Bayview in the spring while a local was coming thru. Can only imagine the fun that was had back when Bayview was busy in years past.

  3. 4514 in the noodle scheme? I modeled 4510 and 4512 in the Zebra outfit 30 years ago!

  4. Man, i love these “old” photos aw! yes the location is still awesome. LOL, i never turned in “foamers” that kept off the tracks :-)

  5. Yes it is a great location still. The good news is, there is always the upper hillsides and road bridges as well as the walkbridge to grab shots from. Just not as much traffic. Never mind the 40 yrs. I feel OLD every time I look thru this stuff.

  6. WOW! Almost forty years ago! Sorry to point THAT out! Note the new CWR in the fore ground. Pretty sure you would be arrested for venturing to this spot to take such a photo today! Still one of the best train photo locations in Canada.

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