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Just exiting Port Robinson yard and heading eastward is a nice combination of power at the head end of this #332 Buffalo NY to Toronto train. We have GTW 5900, GT 5849, 6222 and GTW 5920. Pair of SD40s sandwiching a pair of GP38-2s. And yes, I chased it.
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Caption: Just exiting Port Robinson yard and heading eastward is a nice combination of power at the head end of this #332 Buffalo NY to Toronto train. We have GTW 5900, GT 5849, 6222 and GTW 5920. Pair of SD40s sandwiching a pair of GP38-2s. And yes, I chased it.

Photographer:
A.W.Mooney [1038] (more) (contact)
Date: 03/27/1997 (search)
Railway: Grand Trunk Western (search)
Reporting Marks: GTW (CN) 5900 (search)
Train Symbol: #332 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Stamford Sub. (search)
City/Town: Port Robinson (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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6 Comments
  1. Nice shot! It looks like a recent digital shot (I hope I’m not stepping on toes with this comment :) )

  2. Great to see another shot from this end of Port Robinson, great shot.

  3. Late 90′s was good for foaming around Port Rob. As I recall, three to five freights possible over an eight hour winters day. Good times.

  4. Since the Stamford swoops around thru the Falls, I drove down to the canal and shot it crossing over from a point where Bum Bridge used to be (maybe half mile east of canal bridge 6) and then onto the 406 to Hambone but I was not quick enough. Got about 5 shots all told.

  5. How far did you chase it?

  6. Oh man, how many times have I drove over this crossing hoping for something lol.

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