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The march of the white hats... They wouldn't share what they were up to though, so if anyone has info that would be appreciated :)
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Caption: The march of the white hats... They wouldn't share what they were up to though, so if anyone has info that would be appreciated :)

Photographer:
AJS [229] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/21/2017 (search)
Railway: St. Lawrence and Atlantic (search)
Reporting Marks: SLA 806, SLA 3806 (search)
Train Symbol: GEXR 582 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: GEXR Guelph Sub (search)
City/Town: Guelph (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. The hardhats are G&W and Metrolinx/GO folks. Metrolinx has a lot of catching up to do now that they own the line to Kitchener.

    To bring Guelph’s speeds up many crossings will have to be closed or underpassed and track reconfiguration may have to occur. Plans will be made public once consultations are to begin. Right now, it’s all a guessing game to what is coming.

  2. How many eyes does it take to see a rail crossing? This is as bad as 6 road guys fixing a pot hole !!!

  3. Oops, my bad. The flared rad fooled me :-)

  4. behind 806 is 3806, a GP40X.

  5. Looks like those white hats are from engineering, probably looking at the tracks or the rail crossing.
    I see that 806 is a non powered slug and the SD45 coupled to it is a remote?

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