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GEXR 581 heads east out of Clinton, approaching Front Road, with a colourful consist of RLHH 2117 in G&W paint, RLK 4095 in Rail America colours and RLK 4001 in RaiLink colours.
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Caption: GEXR 581 heads east out of Clinton, approaching Front Road, with a colourful consist of RLHH 2117 in G&W paint, RLK 4095 in Rail America colours and RLK 4001 in RaiLink colours.

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Rob Smith [261] (more) (contact)
Date: 11/18/2019 (search)
Railway: Goderich-Exeter (search)
Reporting Marks: RLHH 2117 (search)
Train Symbol: GEXR 581 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Clinton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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11 Comments
  1. 4001 in kitchener today.

  2. Looks like 568 is lifting 4001

  3. Interesting that G&W has hung on to 4001 with it’s wealth of rostered locomotives in G&W orange. I’m sure the RLK unit will be repainted soon. Also..I have a model of a South Carolina Central unit. Lots in here for me. Thanks Rob!

  4. GEXR 2123 traces to North Bay as of this evening.

  5. LLPX 2210 ended up on the South Carolina Central Railroad, another G&W line, and LLPX 2236 was repainted early this year at Diesel Electric Services in Sudbury to GEXR 2123.

  6. I did find a shot of the 3054 on RP.net in its new home! Good old GEXR!

  7. 2117 is the ex NECR 3840 from the RLHH. I’m not sure what became of the LLPX units. I’ll look back in my notes to see!

  8. Curious, did the 2117 used to be a former GEXR unit (3835?) And what was the fate of those LLPX yellow units?

  9. All units that spent time on the SOR also!

  10. Nice Rob. I have yet to document GEXR operations post CN-retake of the Guelph Sub. Also interesting that none of the engines here have GEXR reporting marks!

  11. Very nice Rob. GEXR going back to the mis-match consists is great!

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