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Mornings in Thunder Bay were very rewarding. CN's daily freight usually arrived around dawn and their trek across town to Port Arthur would have the sun positioned perfectly for photography. On this early August morning A436's power scoots across the glass-like McIntyre River with CN SD75i 5690-SD60F 5518-GP9 Slug 229-GP9RM 7268 with darn near a perfect reflection.
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Caption: Mornings in Thunder Bay were very rewarding. CN's daily freight usually arrived around dawn and their trek across town to Port Arthur would have the sun positioned perfectly for photography. On this early August morning A436's power scoots across the glass-like McIntyre River with CN SD75i 5690-SD60F 5518-GP9 Slug 229-GP9RM 7268 with darn near a perfect reflection.

Photographer:
David Young [185] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/12/2010 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 5690 (search)
Train Symbol: CN A436 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Mile 3.5, CN Kashabowie Sub (search)
City/Town: Thunder Bay (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. Awesome shot! I tried to do something like this at this very spot when I was out there in August, but I was treated to an awful lot of clouds :)

  2. Don’t think I deserve that acknowledgement Mr. Mooney, I’m sure you had more individuals locally pressure you into contributing. No lets see some more moldy oldies, maybe of some branchline material that you glanced at?

  3. Ah, Mr. Young, (the guy that sucked me into contributing to this site) a very fancy morning image. Good luck out there on the job !!!!

  4. Very nice.

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