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A solid set of GE's, there have not been many of these in the last several days. Checked the CNRHA about the 3069 trailing and it seems this group of engines were manufactured in Texas, interesting. It has rained twice here in the last week, especially after the first rain, literally overnight, the trees and lawns turned green. Shouldn't be long now till the leaves are completely out. Yay!  Photo taken @ 11:20.
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Caption: A solid set of GE's, there have not been many of these in the last several days. Checked the CNRHA about the 3069 trailing and it seems this group of engines were manufactured in Texas, interesting. It has rained twice here in the last week, especially after the first rain, literally overnight, the trees and lawns turned green. Shouldn't be long now till the leaves are completely out. Yay!
Photo taken @ 11:20.

Photographer:
L. Priest [146] (more) (contact)
Date: 05/12/2018 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 2983 (search)
Train Symbol: Unknown (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Camrose Sub. (search)
City/Town: Edmonton (search)
Province: Alberta (search)
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3 Comments
  1. I had my doubts when posting GE’s in everyday scenery. Your responses have made it well worth it.
    Thanks you guys. :-)

  2. You know what they say: Everything is bigger in Texas. Lol.

    Well, it’s getting warmer, it’s time to come out of hibernation, but do railfans really hibernate? Lol.

  3. Gobble Gobble Gobble.
    Okay! Who let the Turkey out of the barnyard.
    :-)

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