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First CPR train to leave London May 30, 1887 headed by woodburning 4-4-0 192.
(ex CVR 4 acq.1884 built Brooks Locomotive Works 1873)
This engine was sold July 1904 to Columbia River Lumber, Golden, BC
the same company that bought the Countess of Dufferin.

Engineer T. Routledge (Grandfather of photographer), Fireman George Dowling,
Conductor John Anderson (handing up orders), and beside him, holding paper,
is Roadmaster D. R. Murphy.
Note: Chum Routledge was Assistant Superintendent of the Bruce Division in 1949.


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