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[Two children on shore]
[Two children on shore]
Image of two children sitting on the shore of a lake or river - child standing holds an oar - trees in background
[Two children]
[Two children]
Image of two children leaning against a log or fence
[Two couples going skating]
[Two couples going skating]
Image of two men and two women standing in front of a building - likely on the University of Saskatchewan campus - holding skates - woman second from right is Annie Maude (Nan) McKay
[Two couples posed for photograph]
[Two couples posed for photograph]
Image of two men standing behind two seated women - lake or river in background - possibly a ferry crossing
[Two girls and two dogs]
[Two girls and two dogs]
Image of two girls in dresses and aprons standing with two dogs by a pole fence
[Two girls on a swing]
[Two girls on a swing]
Image of two little girls in matching dresses and aprons sitting on a swing
[Two horses grazing on shore]
[Two horses grazing on shore]
Image of two horses grazing on the shore of a lake or river, Damage to negative has created bright spots on image
[Two locomotives]
[Two locomotives]
Image of two locomotives - one on left is "5291" and the one on the right is "5174" - rolling hills in background, [These are] "Canadian National (CN) General Motors Diesel (GMD) SD40. Likely built in the late 1960's to early 1970's. The unit behind it appears to be a CN GMD SD40-2(W). The SD40 was one of the most popular locomotives ever built and CN made some personal adjustments such as the snow shield behind the cab to protect the air intake. The SD40-2(W) was an upgraded version using more advanced electronics and had the Canadian designed cab to protect the crew. CN was the first railway to implement this cab, which is now standard on all locomotives. Only 123 of these SD40-2(W) were built with 75 remaining in service today. Both units commonly operated on mainline and some branchline service. Being that they were six axle, their size and maneuverability limited their service on light rail. They were common on the lines north of Saskatoon, operating on the 85lb rail between Prince Albert and Saskatoon up until the late 1990's. All SD40's have been retired or rebuilt with some of their rebuilt versions still operating through Saskatchewan. Front unit is an SD40 5174, built in 1971 and retired on Dec 18, 1995 after engine failure. Sold to Helm Leasing in 1996, renumbered to 6090. The rear unit is SD40-2(W) 5291 built in 1976 and is still in service." - Mark Zulkoskey
[Two log structures]
[Two log structures]
Image of two log structures - both appear to be saddle-notched with milled wood roofs - remnants of lime plaster on exterior between logs - trees in background - caption reads "E"
[Two men and two women sitting on steps]
[Two men and two women sitting on steps]
Image of two men and two women sitting on the front steps of a house - man petting dog at bottom left
[Two men and two women standing in a field]
[Two men and two women standing in a field]
Image of two men and two women standing in a field - fences and buildings in background
[Two men and two women standing in a field]
[Two men and two women standing in a field]
Image of two men and two women standing in a field - buildings and fences in background

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