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Caption: A railway that owned 51 diesel locomotives and where the daily freight trains have a 548 rail route mile run...(and is now gone...)
...today, August 2, 1982, the daily train is five hours into the 24 hour run to St. John's: Terra Transport #204 is at the Black Duck River bridge with five NF210's: TT#910 - TT#940 - TT#917 - TT#919 (CN noodle) - TT#918 (CN zebra) with eighty plus cars: a dimunitive railway? Hardly.
(what's interesting: some distance perspective, compare the Terra Transport Port-aux-Basque to St.John's: 548 rail route miles to the Windsor Ontario to Montreal Quebec: 558 CN rail route miles.)