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E&N Victoria – Parksville Station

It’s been a while since trains passed though the Parksville VIA Station

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E&N Victoria – Mile 79.9 Green Lake

E&N mile Victoria Subdivision  – Green Lake Trestle The trestle was damaged by fire on Tuesday, April 6, 2004

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The Switchyard

Alderney Switchyard – CN Dartmouth Sub

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The Train Runs Here

Look. Listen. Live. – an important message when you have to cross an active rail line

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The Train Does Run Here

Mile 12.66 Dartmouth Subdivision Ochterloney Street Crossing

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The train does run here – Alderney Crossing

Canadian National Railway 8011, a EMD SD70M-2 at Alderney Switchyard

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E&N Wellcox – Mile 2.36 Needham Road

E&N Wellcox Subdivision mile 2.36 Needham Road

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E&N Mile 122.75 Hastings Road

E&N Victoria Subdivision Mile 122.75 Hastings Road

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Middleton Railway Museum

CN 1274 and a jaunty speeder at the Middleton Railway Museum

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CN 1274/1521

CN 1274 at the Middleton Railway Museum CN 1274 is a 75-ton 4-6-0 steam locomotive that was built in Montreal in 1905. The locomotive is unique in that it is equipped with a Belpaire type firebox typically found on locomotives … Continue reading

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