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Camera make and model:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
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F-stop:63/10 ( 6.3 )
Focal length:25/1 ( 25 )
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Timestamp:2005:12:22 13:46:58

Sanbornville, New Hampshire

(map) Sanbornville is the first town South of the New Hampshire Northcoast's gravel pit, 38 miles North of Rollinsford, New Hampshire, where the NHN connects to Guilford.

December 22nd, 2005

We slept in Lewiston, Maine with the intention of catching St. Lawrence and Atlantic's only daytime train we could be sure existed the next morning. We caught it and an MEC train at Danville Junction, and pondered how to shoot at the Lewiston Junction locomotive facility. Once we caught the SLR train we headed to eastern New Hampshire to see if we could catch the New Hampshire North Coast's gravel train, which we did - at Sanbornville.

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