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Date: 01/09/17 04:01
MLW Monday North Jct Then and Now
Author: kgmontreal

From 1979 comes a photo of a quartet of MLW C-424 units at North Jct in Montreal West on their way to Newport, Vermont.  In the second shot, taken at the same location on New Year's Day 2017, a Union Pacific GEVO leads an ethanol train bound for the D&H.

Ken Goslett



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/09/17 04:05 by kgmontreal.






Date: 01/09/17 05:54
Re: MLW Monday North Jct Then and Now
Author: refarkas

Excellent photos. That now disused signal bridge makes a great photo prop.
Bob



Date: 01/09/17 06:32
Re: MLW Monday North Jct Then and Now
Author: Mberry

refarkas Wrote:
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> Excellent photos. That now disused signal bridge
> makes a great photo prop.
> Bob

The signal bridge is actually still in use.

Michael



Date: 01/09/17 06:37
Re: MLW Monday North Jct Then and Now
Author: moonliter

Wow, lots of changes...MLW to GE, Canadian Pacific to Union Pacific, summer to winter!  Great now and then shots KG.
​P.S. I do see signals over to of the three track and just a mast over the track on the right.

​Gerry Gaugl
Ottawa ON



Date: 01/11/17 14:58
Re: MLW Monday North Jct Then and Now
Author: feclark

Beautiful shots, and I love those big gussets on the signal bridge; I've never seen any like it before (I know, I don't get around much, I guess).
Fred



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