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Date: 11/11/19 13:56
Miserable Alberta Monday's-It's Bad at Beddington
Author: arwye

It is Saturday January 5, 1974, with PNC GP9 162 (ex Bellquip-ex QNS&L) on the point of two F7B's and train #987, pulling upgrade through Beddington on the Red Deer Sub, located 8.4 miles north of CP's 12th Street Tower. Richard Yaremko 




Date: 11/12/19 09:40
Re: Miserable Alberta Monday's-It's Bad at Beddington
Author: tsokolan

Now there's a s**tload of houses up on that ridge!

-Trevor



Date: 11/12/19 11:03
Re: Miserable Alberta Monday's-It's Bad at Beddington
Author: King_Coal

That little plume of snow from the train gives you a hint of the cold. Brrrr. Interesting train in so many ways.



Date: 11/12/19 11:08
Re: Miserable Alberta Monday's-It's Bad at Beddington
Author: TCnR

Great photo, lots of signs of winter. Interesting to hear about the crop of houses on the ridge, seems to be endemic all over the west.
t4p.



Date: 11/13/19 19:05
Re: Miserable Alberta Monday's-It's Bad at Beddington
Author: feclark

Beautiful plumage!
Fred



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