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Loud locomotive

Ian Godrey, 3, covers his ears to block the noise of a freight train rolling along White Rock’s waterfront last month. The White Rock tot was at the beach for some fresh air with 17-month-old brother William and mom Jessica Fairweather. - Tracy Holmes photo
Ian Godrey, 3, covers his ears to block the noise of a freight train rolling along White Rock’s waterfront last month. The White Rock tot was at the beach for some fresh air with 17-month-old brother William and mom Jessica Fairweather.
— image credit: Tracy Holmes photo

Ian Godrey, 3, had to cover his ears to block the noise of a freight train rolling along White Rock’s waterfront last month.

The White Rock tot was at the beach for some fresh air with 17-month-old brother William and mom Jessica Fairweather.

 

 

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