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Old Posted Mar 25, 2019, 8:33 AM
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Originally Posted by ghYHZ View Post
Here’s the “Georgia Peach’ on a flatcar in Stellarton ready for the move to Halifax. It had been loaded on the flatcar at the Drummond Mine in Westville. I’m guessing I took this picture around 1974......
I stand corrected…..The Georgia Peach was moved from Westville in 1972.

The Scotian Railway Society produced a glossy quarterly magazine and the Winter ’72 issue has an article on how the society member went about building a ramp at the Drummond Mine in Westville to load the locomotive on the flatcar and move it to Halifax.

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