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    From: "John Walker" jwdelta1 -AT- bellsouth -DOT- net
    Date: Mon Jul 10 16:05:49 2006
    Subject: Alaska Railroad's Glacier Discovery Train slows to pick up 26 rafters from the waters of a creek created from the Spencer Glacier ice melt. The train was powered by ARR's 3010, a GP 40-2. While summer was just days away, it was 52 degrees and wet on Father's Day 2006 (6/18/06).
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Image Creation Date   2006:06:19 02:12:48
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Image Capture Date   2006:06:18 07:55:20
Image Digitized Date   2006:06:18 07:55:20
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