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Old Posted Mar 31, 2019, 4:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Keith P. View Post
You may well be correct on the museum's location. Yet I have a nagging memory of seeing that old rolling stock closer to the main tracks, in an area just north of the Armdale station platform and roughly parallel with the main line. Maybe we are dealing with semantics here and are actually in agreement.

It is rather amazing to think that Simpson's Sears did so much business back then that they had their own siding to handle railcars filled with merchandise.
No, you are right. The museum track was roughly parallel to the main line, kind of just below the Simpson's parking lot. There was a time I could have pinpointed the spot but I'm a little uncertain now. But I think they built the temporary switch off the Simpson's siding, not off the main line.
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