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Date: 01/19/20 13:29
Dirty Weather in Halifax
Author: cn6218

Normally I wouldn't go out in weather like this, but there were a few glimpses of sunshine through the clouds on Friday, and I might be suffering a bit from cabin fever.  It was cold (although not Alberta cold) and windy (but not Newfoundland windy) and 120 was hours late with a short, 4000 ft. train as they rolled out of a snow squall and onto the Moirs Mills causeway in Bedford, NS at 15:30.  The hoped for break in the clouds did not happen, but the pictures do convey the essence of the weather, at least.

GTD








Date: 01/19/20 14:05
Re: Dirty Weather in Halifax
Author: Ray_Murphy

Pretty nice pictures!

Ray



Date: 01/19/20 15:40
Re: Dirty Weather in Halifax
Author: refarkas

You caught great views of common winter weather along with the train. Sparkling skies would give an entirely different mood.
Bob



Date: 01/19/20 16:32
Re: Dirty Weather in Halifax
Author: Train611

Tough day but nice images.

611

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Date: 01/19/20 17:34
Re: Dirty Weather in Halifax
Author: Nscaler

Nice photos indeed.

Wonder how much those railfan condos in the background are going for?



Date: 01/19/20 17:52
Re: Dirty Weather in Halifax
Author: Ritzville

Very NICE series in rough weather!

Larry



Date: 01/21/20 13:08
Re: Dirty Weather in Halifax
Author: feclark

Love the first shot; we know what the locos look like, but this captures the feel beautifully.
Fred



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