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The Late Roy Jennings caught a then "everyday consist" at Revelstoke lead by C-Liner 4052.
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Caption: The Late Roy Jennings caught a then "everyday consist" at Revelstoke lead by C-Liner 4052.

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Date: 01/01/1960 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 4052 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Revelstoke (search)
Province: British Columbia (search)
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  1. Please check the date on the slide. That image was taken much later than 1960.


  2. These are awesome, thank you for sharing! CP had all sorts of interesting power lashups back in the day.

    Hmm, IIRC the script scheme came into being in 1963, so this shot is probably closer to the late 60′s or early 70′s.

  3. Gentlemen:

    Thank you for the comments on the shot. The date was a WAG. The slide is not marked with a date and unfornately, Roy passed away some time ago thus there is no way to verify the date.

  4. As Ken says, not 1960. The 4052 is in the script and without a beaver, which I believe was done after the CP Rail multimark was introduced. I would say late summer of 1969 is most probable, with 1970 being a longshot.


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