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CN 5798 SD75i (ENG)
NS 470070 Boxcar

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EXIF data (camera's timestamp may not be accurate):
Camera make and model:Canon PowerShot S70
Exposure length:1/1000 ( 0.001 )"
F-stop:56/10 ( 5.6 )
Focal length:186/32 ( 5.8125 )
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Timestamp:2005:01:15 12:51:17

Ingersoll, Ontario

(map) The CN Dundas, the CP St. Thomas, and the OSR Port Burwell subs are very active through Ingersoll, with the CP Galt sub just to the North in Zorra.

January 15th, 2005

Jay, Chris, Steve, and myself met up with Walter in Ingersoll. For the first time, I attempted to take pictures of the same trains with two cameras at the same time, one angled for approach, the other for going-away shots. The photos were then renumbered against the time-stamps to try to put them in order, until I discovered that the two cameras' clocks were out of synch. I figured the two cameras were 26 seconds apart, and that is what this sequence is based on.

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