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Cornwall, Ontario

Cornwall is about 30 km into Ontario from the Quebec border coming out of Montreal on the CN Kingston sub.

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Cornwall, Ontario
October 23, 2010 I went down to Cornwall to have dinner with an old friend from high school and ran across a Baldwin electric parked next to Brookdale Ave that I am pretty sure was not there last time I went to the city.
January 03, 2008 Returning home from our trip we stopped at Coteau for CN 308, watched helplessly from the restaurant window as a CNish looking GP38-2W worked an industry in Cornwall and then shot it parked and backlit next to a fast food joint after we finished lunch, finishing off with shooting CN 376 coming into Belleville.

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