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Date: 10/28/19 21:30
Miserable Alberta Monday's-Typical January Day At Shepard
Author: arwye

GP38-3015 leads an ecelctic mix of power on eastbound train #96 through Shepard, Alberta on January 26, 1974. Don't let that sun fool you. To borrow from a now politically incorrect song....Baby Its Cold Outside! Trailing units are GP35-5002 and GP9's 8677 & 8813. Richard Yaremko




Date: 10/29/19 05:58
Re: Miserable Alberta Monday's-Typical January Day At Shepard
Author: refarkas

I can almost feel the cold radiating from this first-rate image.
Bob



Date: 10/29/19 07:25
Re: Miserable Alberta Monday's-Typical January Day At Shepard
Author: briancdn

Well composed photo, and a great reflection of railroading on the prairies. Love those grain elevators, and the consist.
Brian N.



Date: 10/29/19 16:08
Re: Miserable Alberta Monday's-Typical January Day At Shepard
Author: ns1000

Nice pic!!



Date: 10/30/19 16:01
Re: Miserable Alberta Monday's-Typical January Day At Shepard
Author: feclark

The bare trees frame it perfectly, and the two boxcars on the siding are perfect elements, too. Some people don't, but I like the 5" stripes on the cab face and nose. That's a lovely shot for so many reasons.
Fred



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