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CN 5408 leads L562 off of the CP Hamilton Sub and onto the Trillium Cayuga Spur to set off a dozen cars for interchange with Trillium at Feeder Yard. They would lift traffic as well, and return to Port Robinson long hood forward via the Hamilton Sub. I recently shot TE11 here as well, shown in this shot dropping a large string of grain hoppers  for Trillium. CP and CN access feeder yard from opposite directions, so the CP local clears the switch and shoves back in.
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Caption: CN 5408 leads L562 off of the CP Hamilton Sub and onto the Trillium Cayuga Spur to set off a dozen cars for interchange with Trillium at Feeder Yard. They would lift traffic as well, and return to Port Robinson long hood forward via the Hamilton Sub.

I recently shot TE11 here as well, shown in this shot dropping a large string of grain hoppers for Trillium. CP and CN access feeder yard from opposite directions, so the CP local clears the switch and shoves back in.

Photographer:
James Knott [248] (more) (contact)
Date: 02/16/2019 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 5408 (search)
Train Symbol: 562 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Cayuga Spur (search)
City/Town: Feeder (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Somehow missed this comment before. I’m pretty sure I shot this one with the kit lens to be honest.

  2. Oops, I get it now. The 50mm f1.8 you mentioned in your other photo, is actually a short telephoto on your camera. I’ve been doing the same thing on my D200. :-)

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