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With Chessie 4302 and 5529 leading, its only fitting the east bound has two cabooses ( vans perhaps )  trailing.
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Caption: With Chessie 4302 and 5529 leading, its only fitting the east bound has two cabooses ( vans perhaps ) trailing.

Photographer:
darrell lupson [108] (more) (contact)
Date: 03/00/1987 (search)
Railway: Chessie System (search)
Reporting Marks: Chessie 904156 (search)
Train Symbol: unknowen (search)
Subdivision/SNS: caso (search)
City/Town: St Thomas (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. Brad, I don’t know. They have been on the property for as long as I’ve been observing operations down there.

    The company does typically run four jobs per day (two day , two night) on weekdays in Sarnia so perhaps they are used in the cover of darkness too.

  2. Why the two Stephen? Nice shot Darrell.

  3. The former C&O Canada Division (Ontario) still rosters two cabeese on the roster: CSXT 900032 in this very scheme, and CSXT 900074 in the Operation Redblock scheme. Both are used on occasion as shoving platforms for the shove from the CN Interchange near Corunna to the yard in Sarnia (about three to four miles)

    I don’t think either of the current cabooses are from the International Transfer pool, but the history of them is not very well known.

  4. Very nice Darrell. I like this shot.

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