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Railroad, Coal Train Wide Shot Through Frame Exiting Macdonald Tunnel

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Footage ID#
7752860
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Matte attached
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Seamless Looping
Duration
00:00:13
Frame Rate
29.97 FPS
Audio
sowt
Location
Rogers Pass, BC, Canada
Source
Sony XDCam EX1 (1920x1080 30p)
Number of Views
6
Date Uploaded
13 Jul 2011
Date Created
2011 July -

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railroad, Coal train wide shot through frame exiting MacDonald Tunnel. The Mount Macdonald Tunnel, located in the vicinity of Rogers Pass in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia, Canada, is a railway tunnel constructed through Mount Macdonald by the Canadian Pacific Railway. It supplements the nearby Connaught Tunnel that the CPR opened in 1916. Construction commenced in 1984, and the first revenue train passed through in 1988. At 14.7 km, the Mount Macdonald tunnel is the longest railway tunnel in the Americas.

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