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Southern-style on the Southern Ontario Railway.  QGRY 2301, which was on the east end of the locomotive consist apparently died on 597 last and was set off for repairs, resulting in the unusual appearance of long hood forward RLHH 2081 on 595 this afternoon.  Too bad it wasn't RLHH 2111, their former Southern GP38 that was originally built to operate long hood forward.
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Caption: Southern-style on the Southern Ontario Railway. QGRY 2301, which was on the east end of the locomotive consist apparently died on 597 last and was set off for repairs, resulting in the unusual appearance of long hood forward RLHH 2081 on 595 this afternoon. Too bad it wasn't RLHH 2111, their former Southern GP38 that was originally built to operate long hood forward.

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Rob Smith [228] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/01/2018 (search)
Railway: Southern Ontario Railway (search)
Reporting Marks: RLHH 2081 (search)
Train Symbol: RLHH 595 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Garnet (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Thanks for the clarification Glenn. QGRY 2301 was on 597 but was pulled off when it arrived at Garnet. I shouldn’t have assumed it was the unit parked with QGRY 6908.

  2. Actually it was RLHH 3049 that was pulled off and now sits along with QGRY 6908 in sick bay on siding at north end of Garnet Yard. QGRY 2301 was relieved of switching duties yesterday afternoon to return to her primary function serving the Esso Refinery at the north end (SOR work both ends of the refinery – 2 units). QGRY 2301 is currently serving double duty and will undoubtedly be pulled off RLHH 597/595 again this morning and reunited this evening.

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