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While heading over to my spot at the Junction to get CN330, I spot a very uncommon late Trillium move. In this spot, TR 110 is parked at the Merriton yard for the night, as the crew wait for a cab. Unfortunately the Trillium was going to service the scrap yard along the old, mostly abandon CN Thorold Spur, which is pretty uncommon. I haven't photographed it servicing the yard in 2 years. Off camera is about 4 gondolas...seeing all this parked in the yard felt nostalgic to back when CN used this as a freight yard.
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Caption: While heading over to my spot at the Junction to get CN330, I spot a very uncommon late Trillium move. In this spot, TR 110 is parked at the Merriton yard for the night, as the crew wait for a cab. Unfortunately the Trillium was going to service the scrap yard along the old, mostly abandon CN Thorold Spur, which is pretty uncommon. I haven't photographed it servicing the yard in 2 years. Off camera is about 4 gondolas...seeing all this parked in the yard felt nostalgic to back when CN used this as a freight yard.

Photographer:
Martin Irving [65] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/08/2014 (search)
Railway: Trillium Railway (search)
Reporting Marks: TR 110 (search)
Train Symbol: None (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Grantham Spur, Merriton Yard (search)
City/Town: Merriton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. I seemed to forget to write why it was unfortunate that they were servicing the scrap yard. They would be doing it early in the morning when I would be in school, and I wouldn’t be able to photograph it. Just to clarify.

  2. Again, we have a photo which prompts me to wish I had a dollar for every time I would have passed this area on my way to or from Merritton High School.

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