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Date: 05/18/20 02:35
MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: ghCBNS

MLW RSC-13's at Stellarton NS and Campbellton NB in 1975.






Date: 05/18/20 02:36
Re: MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: ghCBNS

The RSC-14's were rebuilt from RS-18's by replacing the B-B with A1A trucks and reducing horsepower:

1770 at Halifax 1976
1750, 1751 & 175? at the Ferry Dock in Borden PEI 1977
1763, 1766 & 17?? at Antigonish NS with the Discovery Train in August 1978
1774 on the Dartmouth Waterfront, September 1978
1771 at Halifax Fairview, October 1978








Date: 05/18/20 02:37
Re: MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: ghCBNS

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Date: 05/18/20 02:38
Re: MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: ghCBNS

1766 on Duel-Gauge track at Port-aux Basques, Newfoundland 1988






Date: 05/18/20 06:39
Re: MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: refarkas

Excellent set of less-than-common locomotive photos.
Bob



Date: 05/18/20 09:27
Re: MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: krm152

Very nice photo series.  The two Newfoundland photos are especially interesting.
Thanks for your photo posting.
ALLEN 



Date: 05/18/20 09:51
Re: MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: King_Coal

Great monday surprise! A great series of photos. Thank you.



Date: 05/18/20 10:42
Re: MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: moonliter

Nice series Gary...the Discovery Train one is my favourite.  

Gerry Gaugl
Ottawa ON



Date: 05/18/20 21:56
Re: MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: feclark

I don't remember ever seeing a shot of the Discovery Train on the road. Nice!
Fred



Date: 05/19/20 05:18
Re: MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: ghCBNS

moonliter Wrote:
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> Nice series Gary...the Discovery Train one is my
> favourite.  

Thanks.....and here's a link to a web site about the Discovery Train that used some of my photos:

http://www.themetrains.com/discovery-train-main.htm



Date: 05/19/20 13:29
Re: MLW Monday: CN 1700's
Author: briancdn

I agree, great series! I never saw an RSC-13 in action; only in a scrap line in London, Ont. Thanks for posting this truly Canadian series!

Brian N.



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