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|Trains & Railways: Freight Trains|
|Canadian Locomotives Two Canadian stamps depicting Canadian
locomotives from the mid-19th century, when locomotives like these hauled trainloads of timber
|Double-Ended Locomotive Double-ended locomotive used on
the Toronto and Nippissing in the 1870s, to help trains up a heavy grade at Scarborough,
|Copper Cliff, Ontario-1 Train loads of wood for roasting
copper-nickel ore at Copper Cliff, Ontario, near Sudbury, 1892.
|Grain Elevators Grain elevators at Pilot Mound, Manitoba, 1900,
on the Pembina branch of the C.P.R. south of Winnipeg.
|Pulp-Log Train A pulp-log train in Ontario's Madawaska Tract,
|Cape Breton Coal A photograph of the Cape Breton coal mine at
Inverness from the 1900s
|Terminal Grain Elevator A new terminal grain elevator, Saint
John, New Brunswick, early 20th century.
|Steam-Logging A train load of Douglas firs (52 cars), to be
towed away from the waterside in log rafts, by steam tugs heading to mills along the Pacific
|Noranda Mines The No. 1 shaft and smelter at the Noranda
Mines, Quebec, 1920s.
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