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Canadian Pacific A2q 4-4-0 144 is at the Chipman, New Brunswick enginehouse having ashes dumped in preparation for returning with the mixed train to her overnight enginehouse at Norton. A2m 4-4-0 136 built in 1883 can be seen in the enginehouse. 144 was newer, built in 1886, but the youngest of the trio that worked the branch to Norton was in the McAdam shop being fitted for a false stack to take part in a centenial in Caribou, Maine -- Number 29 was built in 1887. The wood combine used on the mixed train stands ready on the left next to the station.

Photographed by EDWARD OZOG, June 19, 1959.
Added to the photo archive by Edward Ozog, July 23, 2011.
Railroad: Canadian Pacific.

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