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Amtrak #44, GE P42DC  ( 1996 ) leads  VIA 97 / Amtrak 64  at St Catherines. 


All too common today that the fans out number the entraining / detraining paying passengers.


At  VIA / GO  St. Catherines  09:44  September 12, 2015 image by S.Danko.
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Caption: Amtrak #44, GE P42DC ( 1996 ) leads VIA 97 / Amtrak 64 at St Catherines.

All too common today that the fans out number the entraining / detraining paying passengers.

At VIA / GO St. Catherines 09:44 September 12, 2015 image by S.Danko.

Photographer:
sdfourty [321] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/12/2015 (search)
Railway: Amtrak (search)
Reporting Marks: Amtrak #44 (search)
Train Symbol: Via #97 / Amtrak #64 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: St. Catherines (search)
City/Town: St. Catherines (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. Why on the south track? Good Question, maybe an ex CP dispatcher working the CN desk? (Common at Leaside when the Sunday evening Havelock Budd cars invariably descended from Agincourt on the north, tying up the whole Leaside plant to get to the Don Branch and on to the Depot (Union)).

  2. South track operation was a surprise to me too. Good Question. Being a weekend, perhaps the RTC was filling in for a regular RTC? The rail line is certainly not busy, especially on a Saturday.

  3. This is about the height of “excitement” down our way these days. :o )

  4. Why was it on the south track?

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