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Toronto - London train 77 heads west through Bayview Junction towards its stop at Hamilton's James Street station, where the three head end express boxcars will be setout.  Shortly, it will reverse back out to Bayview, and continue its journey west.Scan and editing by Jacob Patterson.
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Caption: Toronto - London train 77 heads west through Bayview Junction towards its stop at Hamilton's James Street station, where the three head end express boxcars will be setout. Shortly, it will reverse back out to Bayview, and continue its journey west.

Scan and editing by Jacob Patterson.

Photographer:
John Freyseng [80] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/21/1963 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CNR 6772, CNR 6870 (search)
Train Symbol: 77 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Oakville Sub (search)
City/Town: Hamilton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. My favourite CN paint scheme, and one of my favourite CN passenger locomotives. Great shot!! :-)

  2. I love this paint scheme! Great capture John!

  3. Looks like only 2 ‘new’ scheme cars. By what year was green and gold especially a nearly complete train hard to get?

    Also John what was or is your preference :)

  4. Stephen, the “green, black and gold” was classy, much better than anything else CN or VIA has come up with in my humble opinion, but you has to keep the passenger diesels and cars clean. To answer your first question, by 1965/66.

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