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After having finished switching the Unilever Plant near Martin Grove Road and Highway 409, CN 559 crosses Vulcan st on their way back to the main, passing by Brenntag Canada (the factory on the right where the tank car is sitting) which is another one of the very few rail consumers left on the remains of the Highbury Industrial Lead. Train also had a rare 5 engine lashup with the second unit being one of CNs new leased GMTX gp15s.
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Caption: After having finished switching the Unilever Plant near Martin Grove Road and Highway 409, CN 559 crosses Vulcan st on their way back to the main, passing by Brenntag Canada (the factory on the right where the tank car is sitting) which is another one of the very few rail consumers left on the remains of the Highbury Industrial Lead. Train also had a rare 5 engine lashup with the second unit being one of CNs new leased GMTX gp15s.

Photographer:
Graydon Johnston [108] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/09/2018 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4761, GMTX 2289, CN 7068, CN 4730, CN 4130 (search)
Train Symbol: CN 559 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Highbury Industrial Lead, CN Weston Sub (search)
City/Town: Etobicoke (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Graydon…do you know of anyone that produces an HO scale GMTX Geep? I’m about to model one myself. Email me. cheers. Brad.

  2. Oops thank you for the correction Rob. At home in n scale I have a gp15 made by Atlas just like 2289 in the exact same GMTX paint scheme so I guess I just got a little mixed up with the real one compared to the model lol. Do you model by any chance Rob?

  3. GMTX 2289 is a GP38-2 Graydon.

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