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EXIF data (camera's timestamp may not be accurate):
Camera make and model:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Exposure length:1/400 ( 0.0025 )"
F-stop:80/10 ( 8 )
Focal length:31/1 ( 31 )
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Timestamp:2007:02:19 13:50:05

Milton, Ontario

(map) This is where the CN Halton and the CP Galt subs cross eachother, though there is no junction.

February 19th, 2007

I went to the crossing at 48.04 Galt sub for CP #147, the field just east of highway 6 near east switch Puslinch for CP #257, mile 30 Halton sub for a light power CN #391, Tremaine Road mile 34 of the Galt sub for CP #424 which had a pleasant surprise near the end of the train, back to mile 30 for CN #384, CN #148 - the second of three today - and CN #422, and back to Guelph for GEXR #431 light power. CN #148, normally intermodal, was mostly manifest, CN #422 had CN #550's power helping it as it was too heavy and stalled at Tansley. It took three crews to cross the Halton sub. I missed CN #301, a north end train detouring over the Dundas. The strike has really got CN in a crunch.

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