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Working the north end of BIT, CN gp9-rm 7264 is seen crossing Automatic road after having picked up a long set of intermodel cars that were likley set off by CN 148 on the second main track at BIT earlier in the afternoon. Once the rear of the train clears the switch at the beginning of the terminal, 7264 will reverse back in order to be able to drop the intermodel cars off into the terminal for unloading.  Time: 17:14
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Caption: Working the north end of BIT, CN gp9-rm 7264 is seen crossing Automatic road after having picked up a long set of intermodel cars that were likley set off by CN 148 on the second main track at BIT earlier in the afternoon. Once the rear of the train clears the switch at the beginning of the terminal, 7264 will reverse back in order to be able to drop the intermodel cars off into the terminal for unloading.
Time: 17:14

Photographer:
Vintage2000 [115] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/26/2018 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 7264, CN 277 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: North Park Industrial Lead at BIT, CN Halton (search)
City/Town: Brampton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Nice shot! Do you know what the three dots on the side of the cab are for? I have never seen them on a locomotive before.

  2. Thank you Matthew for the comment but sadly II don’t quite got a opinion on the white dots, when I think of it is actually the first time I too have ever seen em on a locomotive, hope someone on here would have a take on it tho!

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