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On a rare Saturday morning run, CCGX 4015 is seen running light to the CP interchange in Streetsville where it will stay rather than return northbound like any other day. This is because today June 30th marks the day CANDO leaves the OBRY for good and hands the line over to Trillium Railway. Any day now we will see their SW1500 running light northbound into Orangeville and hopefully it’ll be ready for Tuesday’s run. There has been talk that the little switcher may have difficulties with the grades here in Cataract but we’ll see if she can manage.  In this scene here CCGX 4015 is passing through the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park. I took this photo standing from the pedestrian bridge used by hikers that goes over the river by the waterfall and in the photo you can see the river at the bottom as it curves left and from there you can see lots of scenery on the steep grade before the tracks. Thank you Steve Bradley for slowing the train down here to allow me to get a great shot of 4015 with the river!  On this day the crew too made a brief stop at Forks of the Credit to get a few last shots and say one last goodbye before handing operations on this line over to a crew that works for Trillium. That’s how Steve Bradley was able to notice me and allow me to get the river shot.
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Caption: On a rare Saturday morning run, CCGX 4015 is seen running light to the CP interchange in Streetsville where it will stay rather than return northbound like any other day. This is because today June 30th marks the day CANDO leaves the OBRY for good and hands the line over to Trillium Railway. Any day now we will see their SW1500 running light northbound into Orangeville and hopefully it’ll be ready for Tuesday’s run. There has been talk that the little switcher may have difficulties with the grades here in Cataract but we’ll see if she can manage.
In this scene here CCGX 4015 is passing through the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park. I took this photo standing from the pedestrian bridge used by hikers that goes over the river by the waterfall and in the photo you can see the river at the bottom as it curves left and from there you can see lots of scenery on the steep grade before the tracks. Thank you Steve Bradley for slowing the train down here to allow me to get a great shot of 4015 with the river!
On this day the crew too made a brief stop at Forks of the Credit to get a few last shots and say one last goodbye before handing operations on this line over to a crew that works for Trillium. That’s how Steve Bradley was able to notice me and allow me to get the river shot.

Photographer:
Graydon J [115] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/30/2018 (search)
Railway: Orangeville-Brampton Railway (search)
Reporting Marks: CCGX 4015 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: CPR Owensound Spur (search)
City/Town: Cataract (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. Great image Graydon! Awesome greenery!

  2. Very nice!

  3. Thanks Kevin! Yup I like it too! Got a couple other shots here as well yesterday morning one being the geep parked right under the really old pedestrian bridge which hopefully we’ll see on here soon enough.

  4. Thanks Dan!

  5. Nice effort young man. Expanding your mind besides ‘crossing wedges’ is exactly this. Keep it up.

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