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Feature Friday December 24 2021

24 Dec


“Candie” sends her love from the cab of Canadian National Railways locomotive 1050 at Mackies Siding on the North Lake Subdivision circa 1931. Mackies, Milepost 47.1/35.5, was the terminus at the time of this small branch line which began its life at the Port Arthur, Duluth and Western Railway.


Number 1050 was 4-6-0 (Class G-10-a) engine built by the Canadian Locomotive Company in 1902 for the Canadian Northern Railway.
Thunder Bay Public Library

 
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