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    From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
    Date: Fri Nov 5 15:20:05 2010
    Subject: This is CP9544, an AC4400CW, 'hightailing it' to Lethbridge, AB. Unusual to see a locomotive making a run by itself. The Rockies can been seen in the background. Mile 23, Crownest Sub, AB. November 4, 2010
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    CP9544.jpg

Photo EXIF Data:

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Image Capture Date   2010:11:04 10:22:52
Image Digitized Date   2010:11:04 10:22:52
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