Mixed train through the muskeg

A 1972 ride up the Northern Alberta Railways to Fort McMurray and back was a four-day delight
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At 5 o’clock every Sunday and Wednesday evening, mixed train No. 75 would trundle slowly out of Dunvegan Yards (Edmonton), headquarters and southern terminus of the Northern Alberta Railways, on the first leg of a four-day, 600-mile odyssey. At...

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