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It is the afternoon "Pulp Train", as we used to call #333, and today it had CN 2501, 5039 and 2511 on the head end. There to greet it is Graham Robertson (or Robinson, I forget) his daughter as well as my old sidekick Laurel. Thats the old '76 Cougar, a car I had 19 years taking up the rest of the scene. Nice that the engineer acknowledges the waves.  Train triple three left Mac Yd daily and made its way to Port Robinson, where it left cars of logs for the Ontario Pulp and Paper at Thorold South, before continuing on to the US of A. I have often wondered where Graham ended up. Not seen him in many years.
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Caption: It is the afternoon "Pulp Train", as we used to call #333, and today it had CN 2501, 5039 and 2511 on the head end. There to greet it is Graham Robertson (or Robinson, I forget) his daughter as well as my old sidekick Laurel. Thats the old '76 Cougar, a car I had 19 years taking up the rest of the scene. Nice that the engineer acknowledges the waves. Train triple three left Mac Yd daily and made its way to Port Robinson, where it left cars of logs for the Ontario Pulp and Paper at Thorold South, before continuing on to the US of A. I have often wondered where Graham ended up. Not seen him in many years.

Photographer:
A.W.Mooney [1019] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/15/1979 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 2501 (search)
Train Symbol: #333 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Oakville Sub (search)
City/Town: Bayview Jct. (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. So Graham, if you indeed ARE lurking, which you SHOULD be, on this site……I’d love to know how you managed to hide all these years. :o )

  2. Arnold Graham Robinson still comes up if you google search – his videos are still talked about and seem popular, but I don’t know if he’s made it to the Internet. If you search “G Train Video Productions” the same address and phone number from his videos comes up so he’s likely still living at the same location after all these years, but there is no website.

    If he’s watching – hello! A reminder that Railpictures.ca is a great place to advertise videos or books for people who post photos – a fair trade for those who share their work with everyone :)

    People still collect/purchase VHS videos..

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