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A wall of flame appears to be greeting any westbounds at Sarnia that dare pass these red signals. Of course, there were no trains, and the sky was in fact indicating a Sailors delight for Thanksgiving Monday. So with that in mind, I spent Monday along the river photographing a CN local and a few Ships that passed by. To see the ship photos visit www.bigships.net where I will post them soon. You'll see a few familiar names there too :)
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Caption: A wall of flame appears to be greeting any westbounds at Sarnia that dare pass these red signals. Of course, there were no trains, and the sky was in fact indicating a Sailors delight for Thanksgiving Monday. So with that in mind, I spent Monday along the river photographing a CN local and a few Ships that passed by. To see the ship photos visit www.bigships.net where I will post them soon. You'll see a few familiar names there too :)

Photographer:
Stephen C Host [732] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/8/2017 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: Not Provided
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: CN Strathroy Subdivision (search)
City/Town: Sarnia (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. Was someone standing on the tracks to get this shot? :-)

  2. Thanks Peter. I enjoy creating communities – they are for all of us. Ships are very different than trains but also very similar, it just lent itself naturally to my camera and my programming abilities. But I have to upgrade my glass again for ships, biiig lenses are a must, my 400mm is just not enough, but it’s getting me places now with ‘em.

  3. Great job with this sunset, Mr. Host!

    Thanks for the link to BigShips.Net. I enjoyed looking over some truly fantastic nautical images. Registration was super fast and easy. Yikes… more Gold Stars to dole out every evening! I wish you and your team great success!

  4. Thanks :) The sunset was unreal and it only lasted 10 minutes.

  5. Love this!

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