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CN eastbound stack train Q120 heads by the turbines at Fort Lawrence, Nova Scotia, with the celebration CN 100 containers near the head end. They are destined for the next show at Halifax, Nova Scotia for next weekend. CN 3191 is also on the head end, sporting the CN 100 scheme. A nice touch.
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Caption: CN eastbound stack train Q120 heads by the turbines at Fort Lawrence, Nova Scotia, with the celebration CN 100 containers near the head end. They are destined for the next show at Halifax, Nova Scotia for next weekend. CN 3191 is also on the head end, sporting the CN 100 scheme. A nice touch.

Photographer:
Matt Landry [191] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/08/2019 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 3191 (search)
Train Symbol: CN Q120 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Springhill Subdivision (search)
City/Town: Fort Lawrence (search)
Province: Nova Scotia (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Other than the info thats inside the containers, I’m not sure what the outside has to do with it..maybe CN just trying to be somewhat creative.

    You’d think they would ship them in their own well cars, but they probably don’t care, since they’re being offloaded anyway. It’d be nice with their own though.

  2. What the heck do those containers have to do with CN’s history?

    Is this someone’s idea of an abstract art project? Sure seems like it

  3. It’s a wonderful shot. I kind of wonder at CN’s commitment to all this putting the containers is lousy TTX wagons instead of their own. Don’t get me started on the 100 years logo effort :)

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