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Returning from a family trip to St. Mary's, we stopped in Stratford for a quick look at the yard.  Here, GEXR's 1938 built wedge plow rests in the spring sun after only one run this year.:(  Behind is GEXR SD40-2 3394 coupled with GP40-2LW 3030, which came off 431 the previous day.  Taggers recently hit the plow blades on the front of 3394 and 3030.
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Caption: Returning from a family trip to St. Mary's, we stopped in Stratford for a quick look at the yard. Here, GEXR's 1938 built wedge plow rests in the spring sun after only one run this year.:( Behind is GEXR SD40-2 3394 coupled with GP40-2LW 3030, which came off 431 the previous day. Taggers recently hit the plow blades on the front of 3394 and 3030.

Photographer:
Jacob Patterson [127] (more) (contact)
Date: 05/22/2016 (search)
Railway: Goderich-Exeter (search)
Reporting Marks: GEXR 55413, GEXR 3394, GEXR 3030 (search)
Train Symbol: N/A (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Service Track (search)
City/Town: Stratford (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. I have a feeling they hit the units because the plow is black, or at least a dark grey. Not a great spot for dark coloured paint to be noticed. But otherwise yes, that’s a BIG canvas.

  2. Interesting these ‘taggers’, just bored brats in Stratford, wouldn’t have hit the plow. A much bigger canvas. Not that I support destruction of property.

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