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Rather busy looking at Fort Erie as on the right, NS #369 is making a lift of US-bound traffic behind black units NS 9577, 8869 and 9024. Showing at the same time is the Auto Parts train #328 with NS (CR) 8379 and UP (DRGW) 9846, an SD50.  Not often did we see Rio Grande paint in Southern Ontario, and even this one was short-lived. UP retired it by June 15, 2007.
These days, Fort Erie has lost most all of its railroad activity and is pretty well a hit or miss proposition heading down there for photos.  Far cry from 30 years ago.
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Caption: Rather busy looking at Fort Erie as on the right, NS #369 is making a lift of US-bound traffic behind black units NS 9577, 8869 and 9024. Showing at the same time is the Auto Parts train #328 with NS (CR) 8379 and UP (DRGW) 9846, an SD50. Not often did we see Rio Grande paint in Southern Ontario, and even this one was short-lived. UP retired it by June 15, 2007. These days, Fort Erie has lost most all of its railroad activity and is pretty well a hit or miss proposition heading down there for photos. Far cry from 30 years ago.

Photographer:
A.W.Mooney [1306] (more) (contact)
Date: 03/24/2006 (search)
Railway: Norfolk Southern (search)
Reporting Marks: NS (CR) 8379 (search)
Train Symbol: #328 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Stamfrod Sub. (search)
City/Town: Fort Erie (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Wow Arnold! Never heard about that one passing through,pretty impressive!

  2. Ahh this is awesome. I always wanted a shot of two NS trains in Canada, and this was the best place to try it. I never did get it though :) but did come close.

    Glad you did. I also shot this 328 at Paris, but my shot’s poo!

  3. Theres lots to like here.

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