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A reflection of a Canadian widecab, a classic look for Canadian railroading. This is by far my favourite engine on GEXR (and similarly on the SOR with 3049) and a nice change to the SD45-T2 that usually leads westbound. Was also nice to see fellow RP.CA contributor Jacob Patterson out today! Cheers Jacob!
Note for GEXR fans: GEXR 3393 west had departed Kitchener not long before this photo was taken :)
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Caption: A reflection of a Canadian widecab with classic Canadian railroading elements in the photo. This is by far my favourite engine on GEXR (and similarly on the SOR with 3049) and a nice change to the SD45-T2 that usually leads westbound. Was also nice to see fellow RP.CA contributor Jacob Patterson out today! Cheers Jacob!

Note for GEXR fans: GEXR 3393 west had departed Kitchener not long before this photo was taken :)

Photographer:
Stephen C. Host [900] (more) (contact)
Date: 04/09/2016 (search)
Railway: Goderich-Exeter (search)
Reporting Marks: GEXR 3030, GEXR 3054, GEXR 3394 (search)
Train Symbol: 431-09 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Guelph Junction (search)
City/Town: Guelph (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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9 Comments
  1. Nice work, Stephen.

  2. Jacob. You are not old enough to drink :) hehehe

  3. Nice!

  4. hey snake: how many bottles of water would create this puddle :) :)

  5. matt the puddles here are perpetual until the dryness of summer arrives :)

  6. uhhhh no thanks.

  7. It sounds like people need to communicate puddle locations a bit better ;)

  8. Cheers Steve! I didn’t think the puddle was large enough for a reflection today. Awesome!

  9. I was down at Hanlon. I didn’t even know there was a puddle on Alma!

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