1 edition of From Abbey to Zorra via Bagdad found in the catalog.
|Statement||Nickel Belt Rails|
|Publishers||Nickel Belt Rails|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
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The original engine is pictured on the right.
I wrote extensively about after Jason and I visited Magrath, AB. Unique glimpse into one of the world's finest passenger operations. Public domain photo from Wikimedia, taken by Cody Kapcsos, I believe Eric Gagnon has on these Skiff cars. The only other CPMS car I saw ran from Lanigan to Melfort. In those days, typically the train crew cooked and slept in their assigned caboose, and there would be a small bunkhouse for the engine crew.
Northern Ontario Rails in Colour is a Nickel Belt Rails publication. There were grand plans, tough financial times, long years of grinding low revenues yet high hopes for better times.
Don't forget to bookmark this page so you can return easily and often! The main street included a restaurant serving "Chinese and Western cuisine". There are so many stories about my growing up spending many hours and miles in the steam engine cabs. There were several other stations past Foremost that no longer have any rail service.
The track continues just a bit east of highway 61 and ends with no ceremony. Alberta Pacific Grain, built 1915, became Federal Grain then UGG, closed 1988• I rode with the From Abbey to Zorra via Bagdad from Lethbridge to Shaunavon, a 5-day job that tied up at Manyberres, Val Marie, Notokue and Sahunavon before a straight-shot return to Lethbridge on Friday.
Alberta Wheat Pool elevator, built 1928, became Alberta Wheat Pool 1 in 1930, closed 1999, demolished in 2000 Conrad There is nothing left at Conrad except for the old station sign and a few homes.
over 300 photographs and other graphics.
That portion is now dismantled and the remainder of the Stirling subdivision Foremost to Stirling is listed on CP's 3 year plan.
Join us for a transcontinental tour with branch line delights and maps to help guide the way.