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    From: "Norm Pascal" appleglen -AT- shaw -DOT- ca
    Date: Fri Nov 5 15:16:25 2010
    Subject: This manifest, led by CP9772 and CEFX1028 (both AC4400CW's) has just arrived at the west end of the Lethbridge Marshalling Yard from the Aldersyde Sub. November 4, 2010
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Photo EXIF Data:

Image Creation Date   2010:11:05 13:11:09
Model   FinePix S7000
Software Version   Adobe Photoshop Elements 8.0 Windows
X Resolution   72 Pixels/Inch
Y Resolution   72 Pixels/Inch
YCbCr Positioning   Datum Point
Image Capture Date   2010:11:04 15:26:01
Image Digitized Date   2010:11:04 15:26:01
Exposure Bias   0 EV
Focal Length   46.8mm
Exposure Time   1/450 Sec.
Aperture   f7
Exif Image Width   1100 pixels
Exif Image Height   764 pixels
Exposure Program   Program Normal
Exposure Mode   Auto Exposure
White Balance   Auto White Balance
ISO Speed Rating   100 (160)
Metering Mode   Multi-Segment/Pattern
EXIF Version   0220
FlashPix Version   0100
Light Source/White Balance   Automatic
Flash   Flash Not Fired; Compulsory Flash Suppression;
Sensing Method   Single Chip Color Area Sensor
Compressed Bits Per Pixel   2.6
Aperture Value   f6.9
Brightness Value   +9.26 EV
Max Aperture Value   f2.8
Focal Plane X Resolution   2806 Pixels/Centimeter
Focal Plane Y Resolution   2806 Pixels/Centimeter
Shutter Speed Value   1/445.722 Sec.
ColorSpace   sRGB
Component Configuration   YCbCr
Scene Capture Type   Standard
Sharpness   Normal
Subject Distance Range   Unknown

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