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Despite going to great lengths to rebrand the company, one of the road's few remaining Beaver logo GP38-2's can be found switching out cars at Quebec Street yard. Now "CP" instead of Canadian Pacific, the new corporate identity has already been applied to the 1960's vintage yard office and a few company vehicles. The sharp-eyed observer will notice a pumpkin as well as other staples of the fall harvest sitting in the gigantic flowerpot out front of the office building. In this new era of precision railroading, one has to wonder what the company accountants think of seeing flowerpots on an expense report...
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Caption: Despite going to great lengths to rebrand the company, one of the road's few remaining Beaver logo GP38-2's can be found switching out cars at Quebec Street yard. Now "CP" instead of Canadian Pacific, the new corporate identity has already been applied to the 1960's vintage yard office and a few company vehicles. The sharp-eyed observer will notice a pumpkin as well as other staples of the fall harvest sitting in the gigantic flowerpot out front of the office building. In this new era of precision railroading, one has to wonder what the company accountants think of seeing flowerpots on an expense report...

Photographer:
Peter MacCauley [105] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/25/2014 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 3090 (search)
Train Symbol: CP TL-41 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP Quebec Street Yard (search)
City/Town: London (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. I made a point to shoot a GP GP9 or two by this building in this scheme.. which of course only occured for a few short weeks.

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