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After delivering a load of steel plate for TIW Steel Plateworks, TRRY 108 pushes an empty flatcar back towards the NS&T Spur where they will reattach to the rest of her train.  In the background is the Trenergy factory, a local industry that is fabricating and assembling shells for the new DOT-111 (CTC-111A) tank cars.
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Caption: After delivering a load of steel plate for TIW Steel Plateworks, TRRY 108 pushes an empty flatcar back towards the NS&T Spur where they will reattach to the rest of her train. In the background is the Trenergy factory, a local industry that is fabricating and assembling shells for the new DOT-111 (CTC-111A) tank cars.

Photographer:
Craig Allen [148] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/13/2015 (search)
Railway: Trillium Railway (search)
Reporting Marks: TRRY 108 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: PCHR Lakeshore Spur (search)
City/Town: St. Catharines (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. As information, CTC (Canadian Transport Commission) has not been a valid regulatory reference for many years, having been supplanted by TC (Transport Canada). TC is also easier to translate into French. On account of cross border traffic, and to cut down on the confusion down south, virtually all tank cars are today marked ‘DOT’ (Department of Transport). Not a legal issue, as fundamentally each government recognizes the other’s rules via a process known as ‘reciprocity’.

  2. Ahh okay. Last time I was down there, there were 3 boilers as dimensional loads waiting for trillium to pick them up.

  3. There was one that I noticed sitting out in front of the building to the left. Also, while I was there, one left the facility via truck and headed east on Eastchester.

  4. Are the boilers still infront of Trenergy?

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