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  1. Loading bulkheads

    Loading bulkheads

    This is how bulkhead cars are loaded in Antigonish, NS. A truck drives by and unloads its cargo. Here's another view of it: http://www.railroadforums.com/photos/showphoto.php?photo=38134&cat=500&perpage=18&ppuser=3391
  2. Logging operation?

    Logging operation?

    The only RR industry left in my town. Trucks come in from the hinterland, then unload the wood onto the cars which then CBNS picks-up and gives to CN who in return pass them onto another shortline. The cars used in the operation are CN, WC, IC and NBSR. I have a short 10 second video of the...
  3. Loading dock view

    Loading dock view

    This picture was taken from the loading platform. The train is a tourist train run by the Lewistown Chamber of Comerce; normaly it goes to Deton & back. This is a special "brunch with Santa" train which doesn't go all the way to Deton, it only goes about 3/4 of the way there...
  4. Loading Ramp at Parksville

    Loading Ramp at Parksville

    Left over from the days when the E&N handled LCL freight, this loading ramp sits in the weeds at Parksville on the out of service Port Alberni Subdivision.
  5. Lotsa Fish

    Lotsa Fish

    Ballard Terminal Railroad #98 waits for the completion of loading frozen fish brought down from Alaska by ship. When loading is done, the loads will be pulled and more empties will be spotted on the siding. Note the spacing between the empties on the main line (to allow forklifts to load both...



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