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It was a temperamental day weather and lighting-wise. The day started gorgeous with open skies and lots of sun. I had originally followed CP 143 to the area under pristine conditions, and was now hanging around Port Rob watching 422 stretch out of the yard over Allanport Road as they built their train. It was mostly cloudy and windy at this point, and I sat in my car in a parking lot across the road waiting for a moment of sun, which finally did come. They departed Port Rob not long thereafter, with the SD70M-2 and C40-8W towing a hefty 11,500 feet of train behind them. From what I was told, 394 may have had to make part of 422's lift from Aldershot this day.
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Caption: It was a temperamental day weather and lighting-wise. The day started gorgeous with open skies and lots of sun. I had originally followed CP 143 to the area under pristine conditions, and was now hanging around Port Rob watching 422 stretch out of the yard over Allanport Road as they built their train. It was mostly cloudy and windy at this point, and I sat in my car in a parking lot across the road waiting for a moment of sun, which finally did come. They departed Port Rob not long thereafter, with the SD70M-2 and C40-8W towing a hefty 11,500 feet of train behind them. From what I was told, 394 may have had to make part of 422's lift from Aldershot this day.

Photographer:
James Knott [105] (more) (contact)
Date: 02/16/2019 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 8865 (search)
Train Symbol: 422 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Stamford Sub (search)
City/Town: Port Robinson (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. Love that gnarly looking GMD face!

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