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T72 leans into the superelevated curve as they approach Ayr with SOO 4410, CP 3022, CP 2316, and 52 Autoracks from Haggy
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Caption: T72 leans into the superelevated curve as they approach Ayr with SOO 4410, CP 3022, CP 2316, and 52 Autoracks from Haggy

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James Gardiner [590] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/26/2019 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: SOO 4410 (search)
Train Symbol: CP T72 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP Galt Sub (search)
City/Town: Ayr (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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6 Comments
  1. The power at Wolverton changes around often, right now 4410 appears to be assigned to the Wolverton yard switcher (doesn’t leave the yard generally)

  2. Wouldn’t shock me if they ran that ECO around to lead. The Hamilton crews do always do moves like that as soon as time allows.

  3. Yes it lacks dynamic brakes. Odd that they put it on the front.

  4. Also since I’m not a detail guy but notice things every once in a while – does the SOO unit lack dynamic brakes unlike the trailing unit?

  5. What a greasy unit. I still can’t believe it ended up here. Of all places. There are 9 SOO locomotives left in SOO paint on the CP roster i’m informed , all are in St. Paul except this one, which came from there. Why? Who knows, but thank you, whoever you are :)

    And some of them are apparently TUUS and going in for overhaul (and likely paint) so of the 9 only a handful are active.

  6. Well that’s cool! Very nice.

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