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Up until around the end of 2017, the westbound lanes of autoroute 20 would be visible in the upper right of this scene, with the eastbound lanes at right, but the westbound lanes have since been demolished and shifted a bit further north. Here CN 120 swings under the eastbound lanes (which I will believe will move as well) with CN 8814, CN 2630 & CN 8812 up front and CN 2239 mid-train. Beside the head end power the switch is still in place for the Lachine Spur, though the spur has been pulled up since the end of 2015.
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Caption: Up until around the end of 2017, the westbound lanes of autoroute 20 would be visible in the upper right of this scene, with the eastbound lanes at right, but the westbound lanes have since been demolished and shifted a bit further north. Here CN 120 swings under the eastbound lanes (which I will believe will move as well) with CN 8814, CN 2630 & CN 8812 up front and CN 2239 mid-train. Beside the head end power the switch is still in place for the Lachine Spur, though the spur has been pulled up since the end of 2015.

Photographer:
Michael Berry [2291] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/25/2018 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 8814 (search)
Train Symbol: CN 120 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Montreal Sub (search)
City/Town: Montreal (search)
Province: Quebec (search)
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