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"London & Port Stanley Railway car goes across Zavitts Pond viaduct, July 13, 1952"

Date:
c1985
Part Of:
Elgin County Vertical File Collection
Description Level:
File
Storage Room:
Archives Storage Rm. 107
Storage Location:
Box 92, File 53
R5 S4 Sh2 B1
Accession No.:
2006-17
GMD:
graphic material
Physical Description:
1 postcard
Scope & Content:
"London & Port Stanley Railway car goes across Zavitts Pond viaduct, July 13, 1952", ca. 1985. On the back of the postcard, it states: "On July 13, 1952, London & Port Stanley Railway car 14 drifts across Zavitts Pond viaduct. Car 14 is now at the Canadian Railway Museum near Montreal, but the 226-foot long bridge, built in 1896, still rumbles to the sound of the diesel-powered excursion trains of Port Stanley Terminal Rail, which operates this portion of the former L&PS. Trains leave from Port Stanley, Ontario, on Lake Erie, about 50 km south of London".
Names:
London and Port Stanley Railway
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