RailPictures.Net Photo: CN 5436 Canadian National Railway EMD SD50F at Boston Bar, British Columbia, Canada by Mike Danneman
 
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Canadian National Railway (more..)
EMD SD50F (more..)
Ainslie Creek Trestle in Fraser Canyon near Martinson (more..)
Boston Bar, British Columbia, Canada (more..)
September 28, 2001
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CN 5436 (more..)
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Mike Danneman (more..)
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A westbound Canadian National intermodal train exits a tunnel and immediately crosses Ainslie Creek over a high bridge in rugged Frasier Canyon near Martinson, British Columbia, on September 28, 2001. Powering the train is EMD SD50F No. 5436 leading two SD40-2Ws.
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