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Canadian Pacific 242 has a legendary SOO Line SD60 leading still proud of its SOO paint as they fly into the small town of Streetsville, Ontario on their way to Toronto from the States.
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Caption: Canadian Pacific 242 has a legendary SOO Line SD60 leading still proud of its SOO paint as they fly into the small town of Streetsville, Ontario on their way to Toronto from the States.

Photographer:
Max Skorynin [195] (more) (contact)
Date: 7/08/2016 (search)
Railway: SOO Line (search)
Reporting Marks: SOO 6053 (search)
Train Symbol: CP 242 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP Galt Sub (search)
City/Town: Streetsville (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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9 Comments
  1. That does make sense.

  2. Guys just to clarify, the reason the one on the south track is taller is because trains are coming from around the curve and the signal would be blocked off by the shelters on the platform, so they had to elevate it so crews can see it coming around the bend and over the shelters on the platform.

    Thanks guys!

  3. Huh never knew

  4. It’s still weird.

  5. Glad you we’re able to get the train as well, nice shot Max !

  6. @Driver8666 – I think there was a small derailment by a EB a few years ago which knocked over the previous signal. and so, for some-reason the one on the south track is taller then the one on the north track. seems kinda strange.

  7. Why is one taller than the other?

  8. Well they are not going down yet, but they have had those “vaders” up for a while

  9. I guess no searchlight is safe on CP, is it…

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