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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Sat Aug 19 15:58:07 2006
Subject: This photo of W117, a MK1200D was shot in the Lethbridge, AB marshalling yard on June 3/06. It was on its way to the Boise Locomotive Company (formerly Morrison Knudsen Rail Corporation) in Boise, Idaho from the Nova Chemical plant east of Red Deer, AB.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed Jan 21 20:57:26 2009
Subject: A partial view of the Alyth Yard in Calgary, AB. This view shows various locomotives staged in front of maintenance bays. January 21/09.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Tue Nov 1 18:26:33 2011
Subject: UP8306, CP8652 and UP8307 pulling away, after attaching CP8567 as robot. They are now repositioning themselves to the front of the potash consist. Note the consecutive numbering on the Union Pacific locomotives. Lethbridge CPR Yard. November 1, 2011.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Fri Oct 28 19:08:23 2011
Subject: UP8305 leading UP8272, both SD9043AC's, hauling a manifest west on the Crowsnest Sub, AB. October 28/11
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Fri Oct 28 19:11:03 2011
Subject: A pair of SD9043AC's, UP8305 and UP8272 are westbound with a manifest at mile 13 on the Crowsnest Sub, AB. October 28, 2011.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed Jan 4 18:08:24 2012
Subject: A pair of UP SD9043AC's, #8303 & 8302, is westbound with this 132 car potash train. Two other locomotives, as robots, make up this consist: CP8907, an ES44AC is inserted in the middle, while UP8276, another SD9043AC is on the end. Both robots are "running backwards". Mile 14, Crowsnest Sub, AB. January 4, 2012.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Fri Dec 23 16:52:38 2011
Subject: UP8301 and UP8297, both SD9043AC's, westbound on 'the loop' at Fabro on the Cranbrook Sub, BC. This location is also known as McGillivray and is on the western end of the Crowsnest Pass. The rail line at the bottom left of this photo and the road go south to the coal mine at Corbin, BC. December 22, 2011.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Fri Dec 23 16:57:00 2011
Subject: This pair of UP SD9043AC's, #8301 & #8297, is just descending from the Crowsnest Pass with a manifest. This location is mile 6.8 (the loop at Fabro) on the Cranbrook Sub, BC. December 22, 2011.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Sat Nov 1 18:20:55 2008
Subject: A closer look at UP8297, CP8624 and UP8278 in the Lethbridge Marshalling Yard.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Sat Nov 1 18:25:11 2008
Subject: Two Union Pacific locomotives, #8297 and #8278, both SD9043ACs with a CP AC4400CW, #8624 are staged at the head of a unit grain train, in the Lethbridge Marshalling Yard. This consist will be heading into B.C. on the Crowsnest Sub. November 1/08.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Thu Oct 4 01:07:05 2007
Subject: A pair of Union Pacific SD9043AC locomotives, 8292 and 8271 are just about to enter the CPR Lethbridge (Kipp) marshalling yard from the west with a unit potash train. These empty cars are being returned to Saskatchewan for a refill. This is one of the few occasions where at least one CP locomotive is not part of the consist. Photo taken at mile 2 on the Crowsnest Sub on September 28/07.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Fri Nov 5 15:30:22 2010
Subject: These Union Pacific locomotives arrived at the Crowsnest Junction from the Cranbrook Sub, BC and tied down, waiting for a new crew to continue their journey east on the Crowsnest Sub. In Lethbridge AB, they will be turned around and head back to the Crowsnest Junction in a new consist. The grain cars will carry on east on the Taber Sub with CP locomotives. November 4, 2010.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Fri Nov 5 15:24:23 2010
Subject: Two SD9043AC's (UP8292 & UP8260) at the head of an empty grain consist are tied down at the Crowsnest Junction waiting for a crew from Lethbridge, AB to continue east on the Crowsnest Sub. The last cars of this train disappear off the frame on the left. November 4, 2010
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Mon Sep 5 13:51:25 2011
Subject: Looks are deceiving: this UP SD9043AC is actually the robot on the end if this westbound grain train, at mile 12 on the Crowsnest Sub. September 4, 2011.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Thu Jun 14 16:59:13 2007
Subject: Four Union Pacific SD9043AC's have just arrived from the Crowsnest Pass on the Crowsnest Subdivision. This consist would have entered Canada from northern Idaho at Eastport; from there travelling on the Kingsgate Sub to Yahk, then the Moyie Sub to Cranbrook and the Cranbrook Sub to the Crowsnest Pass. This is one of the rare occasions where there are no CPR locomotives in the consist. Photo taken on March 31/07 in CPR's Lethbridge Marshalling Yards.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Thu Jan 28 16:09:43 2010
Subject: Three UP SD9043AC's are taking this grain train west on the Crowsnest Sub. Leading the consist is UP8285, followed by UP8283 and UP8262. A CPR crew out of Lethbridge is manning this train, who will take it to the Crowsnest Pass and hand it over to a crew from Cranbrook, B.C. January 27/10.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Thu Jul 10 14:18:48 2008
Subject: If you didn't know this was a Canadian Pacific Marshalling Yard, you could be forgiven for thinking you're seeing a Union Pacific refuelling rack. Here, UP locomotives outnumber CP locomotives at the Lethbridge Marshalling Yard. Photo taken July 8/08.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Mon Sep 5 13:55:47 2011
Subject: This westbound grain train is led by UP8282, an SD9043AC with CP9562, an AC4400CW. This mile long train has another UP SD9043AC on the end of the consist, as robot. Crowsnest Sub, Mile 12. September 4, 2011.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed Jan 4 17:58:12 2012
Subject: Three UP SD9043AC's (#8276,8297,8304) and one CP SD40-2 (#5941) have just pulled into the west end of the Lethbridge (Kipp) Yard and are in the process of decoupling from the manifest. January 4, 2012.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed Jan 4 18:00:56 2012
Subject: This is UP8272, an SD9043AC, as robot on the end of this 132 car potash consist, just prior to heading west on the Crowsnest Sub. Lethbridge (Kipp) Yard, AB. January 4, 2012.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Sat Dec 17 13:43:35 2011
Subject: UP8260 leading four other SD9043AC's at Mile 36, Crownest Sub. December 16, 2011.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Sat Dec 17 13:47:14 2011
Subject: An eastbound manifest lead by five UP SD9043AC's and one CP SD40-2 at mile 36 on the Crowsnest Sub, AB. The Rockies can be seen in the background. December 16, 2011.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Thu Aug 11 18:34:51 2011
Subject: An eastbound manifest, lead by UP8286 (SD9043AC) with two CP AC4400CW's and one CP SD40-2 leaving the Rockies behind, at mile 40 on the Crowsnest Sub. Two empty potash trains, each with three UP SD9043AC's preceeded this one, but I was not in a postion to photograph either one. August 9, 2011.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed Oct 27 14:02:37 2004
Subject: Three brand new, consecutively numbered Union Pacific ES44AC (GEVO) locomotives at the Calgary Alyth Shops. April 24/04. From my CPR photograph collection.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed Sep 16 20:28:40 2009
Subject: Wind turbine blades being off loaded at the CPR siding, south of Wilson (mile 55) on the Montana Sub. Each blade required two specially modified flat cars. These turbines are made by Vestas Wind Systems (Danish manufacturer, seller, installer, and servicer of wind turbines, currently the largest in the world). September 16/09.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed Sep 16 20:31:53 2009
Subject: Wind turbine nacelles being off loaded at the CPR siding south of Wilson (mile 55) on the Montana Sub. Each flat car carried three nacelles. These turbines are made by Vestas Wind Systems (Danish manufacturer, seller, installer, and servicer of wind turbines, currently the largest in the world). September 16/09.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Tue Nov 21 17:40:32 2006
Subject: This is another version of the narrow gauge "Sugar Cane" locomotive, Tully-5. Photographed in Tully, Queensland. The Tully Sugar Mill is in the background. November 7/06.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Tue Nov 21 17:52:30 2006
Subject: These locomotives & trains travel dozens of kilometers throughout the countryside on very narrow gauge rails hauling sugar cane crops to the local processing mills. These two are returning empty cars to the sugar cane fields and belong to the Tully Sugar Mills in Tully, Queensland, Australia. November 7/06.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Mon Feb 18 20:13:42 2008
Subject: This photo was scanned from a 35mm slide. It shows part of the Toronto, Ontario rail yard in 1959, looking easterly from Bathurst Street (I believe). This was a locomotive transistion era, with a mix of both steam and diesel electric power.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed May 4 19:26:04 2011
Subject: This is the International Train Station Depot from Coutts/Sweetgrass. Originally built in 1890 by Sir Alexander Galt and his son Elliott Galt (partners in a consortium of investors from Canada, England and the United States). It straddled the Canada (Coutts, Alberta) United States (Sweetgrass, Montana) border from 1890 to 1915. The International Border ran through the waiting / dining room. The Telegrapher and Station Agent worked in the centre section. It was one of only two "Lunch Stations" along the railway line which ran from Lethbridge, Alberta to Great Falls, Montana. Around 1915, the northern part of the station was moved across the border to Coutts, where it was used by the Canadian Pacific Railway until the closing in the late 1960's. In 2000 the station was bought by the Great Canadian Plains Railway Society and moved to an 35-acre site, 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) north of Stirling, AB, where it has been completely restored. Check the Galt Historic Railway Park website for hours of operation.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed May 4 19:44:31 2011
Subject: This photos shows two almost identical cars built for the CPR in 1953 and 1954. The older (left side) was used as a kitchen for rail crews. It will be restored to this standard once again. The one in the foreground was originally used to store baggage. The interior is completely blackened from a fire. Both are all metal construction. Located in the Galt Historic Railway Park, north of Stirling, AB.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed May 4 19:37:59 2011
Subject: This car, called the Parry Sound, used to be a diner. It features a wooden structure, raised roof and an interior complete with washroom, seating and overhead beds. Date built unknown. It will be restored to help recreate the steam era experience. It is located at the Galt Historic Railway Park, north of Stirling, AB
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed May 4 19:32:22 2011
Subject: This was the Royal Post Office car which was built in Montreal in 1918 for the CPR. It has a wooden roof and riveted metal sides. It will be restored and put on display at the Galt Historic Railway Park, just north of Stirling, AB.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Tue Nov 21 18:03:37 2006
Subject: This is Queensland's high speed passenger rail service. However, since a derailment in 2004, the "Tilt Train" has been limited to a speed of 100km/hour (60 miles/hour) on curves, pending the outcome of an investigative panel. This photograph was taken on November 3/06 as the Tilt Train was at the Townsville Passenger Station, prior to continuing its journey north to Cairns, Queensland,
Australia.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Tue Nov 21 17:30:18 2006
Subject: This is the Sunlander Rail Passenger Train, entering the Townsville station, arriving from Cairns, Queensland. It will be making the 24 hour trip south to Brisbane. The locomotive is a Class GL26C2 manufactured by Clyde Engineering. November 9/06.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Tue Nov 21 17:25:19 2006
Subject: A Westlander Passenger Train at the Townsville station on November 4/06. This service is operated by Queensland Rail (Australia). The locomotive is a Class GL26C2 manufactured by Clyde Engineering.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Tue Nov 21 17:19:06 2006
Subject: A Queensland Rail class GL26C2 locomotive northbound with empty cars. Photo taken as the train was passing by the Townsville Rail passenger station on November 3/06.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Tue Nov 21 17:35:49 2006
Subject: This colourfull Pacific National locomotive was photographed at the Queensland Rail Service Yards, south Of Townsville, Queensland. It is used for freight services exclusively. November 7/06.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Sat Aug 19 16:12:01 2006
Subject: Although not a Western Canada photo, this is the Northlander Passenger Service train, which runs between Cochrane, Ontario and Toronto. This unit, 1804, is a GP38-2 built by GMD in 1982. Photo taken in Sundridge, ON on August 13/06 as the train was southbound. This rail line generally parallels the Highway 11 corridor.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Sat Dec 10 20:29:31 2011
Subject: This bridge became rather famous, for as a wooden trestle it was one of the longest for its height in the country. The bridge and rail line between Lethbridge and Calgary were completed in 1911. The present steel structure replaced the wooden trestle in 1928. The more shallow wooden trestle on the south end (right side of photo) was filled in with earth dug by steam shovel and hauled by train loads and then dumped over the side. This shortened the bridge by about 500 feet.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Tue Apr 7 21:37:17 2009
Subject: An empty eastbound unit grain train, lead by a pair of AC4400CW's is waiting for a westbound unit grain, lead by CP8513 & CP9774, another pair of AC4400CW's to clear the main line on the Taber Sub. Photo taken on the east end of the Lethbridge (Kipp) Marshalling Yard on April 7/09.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Thu Nov 22 21:17:29 2007
Subject: This is a view, looking west, of the Lethbridge (Kipp) Marshalling Yard. An empty coal train is waiting to head west into the Crowsnest Pass for a refill at one of the coal mines in the Sparwood area of B.C. You can also see a pair of AC4400CW's, CEFX1054 & CP9664 on their way to the fuelling racks which are just visible as the "white towers" in the background. The red building is the yard office.
November 22/07.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Thu Oct 28 19:02:01 2004
Subject: This is a photo of the longest and highest railway steel bridge in the world, built by the Canadian Pacific Railway. Construction began in 1907 and the project was completed in 1909. It is 1839 meters long (1.14 miles long) and 105 meters above the river bed (344 feet high) and took 12,500 tonnes of steel. Located in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed Aug 6 18:34:27 2008
Subject: CP9840 and CP9722, both AC4400CW's, are on the point of this eastbound 114 car coal train. CP8611, another AC4400CW, is the robot, bringing up the rear of the consist. Photo taken at mile 94 (Tempest) on the Taber Sub. August 6/08.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed Oct 27 15:53:51 2004
Subject: A brand new AC4400CW in Revelstoke, BC. September 8/04. From the CPR photograph collection by Norm Pascal
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Sun Apr 30 21:39:51 2006
Subject: This is a northbound unit coal train at mile 136 of the Windermere Sub heading into Golden. B.C. CP9829 is on the point with CP9722 bringing up the rear. Both locomotives are AC4400CW's. April 29/06.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Mon Aug 22 12:28:50 2005
Subject: It is not normally recommended to take photographs, aiming directly into the sun. but sometimes it's well worth it. The silhouette of this AC4400CW is impressive. CP9829 is leading this three locomotive consist, two pulling, one pushing (see following photo), a unit coal train, heading west into the Rogers Pass. The lake is the Columbia Reach, on the southern end of Kinbasket Lake. The background mountains belong to the Dogtooth Range of the Purcell Mountains in the Rocky Mountains. August 19/05, along the Beavermouth section of the Mountain sub.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Wed Aug 20 18:26:29 2008
Subject: CP9816 and CP8523, both AC4400CW's are leading this unit grain train west. Two more AC4400CW's were inserted in the middle of the consist. This photo taken as the train was about to enter the Lethbridge, AB city limits from the east... approximately mile 104 on the Taber Sub. August 20/08.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Sun Aug 5 19:25:31 2007
Subject: CP9815 and CP8627, both AC4400CW's are leading this unit potash consist west at mile 114 on the Taber Sub, which is just west of Lethbridge, AB. An ES44AC (CP8850) and another AC4400CW (CP8557) were inserted in the middle of the consist. I counted 134 potash cars, destined for the U.S., crossing at Kingsgate (Idaho), via the Crowsnest, Cranbrook, Moyie & Kingsgate Subs. August 5/07.
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From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
Date: Sun Dec 11 20:47:47 2011
Subject: CP9815, southbound, with the Holiday Train, heading for Lethbridge, AB at mile 12 on the Aldersyde Sub. December 10/11.
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