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Burrrr.. Cold has settled in Southern Ontario, blowing snow and ominous clouds continue to roll in as another snow squall prepares to hit Hagersville. We are stopped in town for a bean, my crew are all inside the office at Hagersville having a meal as I insisted to stay with the train grabbing a few photos. GMTX 2277, my lead unit started life out as Long Island 259 before being sold off and now part of the LLPX now GMTX lease fleet, accompanying her is CN 5273 and CN 2304 providing the horsepower.
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Caption: Burrrr.. Cold has settled in Southern Ontario, blowing snow and ominous clouds continue to roll in as another snow squall prepares to hit Hagersville. We are stopped in town for a bean, my crew are all inside the office at Hagersville having a meal as I insisted to stay with the train grabbing a few photos. GMTX 2277, my lead unit started life out as Long Island 259 before being sold off and now part of the LLPX now GMTX lease fleet, accompanying her is CN 5273 and CN 2304 providing the horsepower.

Photographer:
Michael Da Costa [415] (more) (contact)
Date: 12/18/2019 (search)
Railway: Other (search)
Reporting Marks: GMTX 2277 (search)
Train Symbol: CN L58031 18 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Hagersville Sub - Mile 9 (search)
City/Town: Hagersville (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. The atypical lunchtime parking spot doesn’t hurt much either!

  2. It’s because the bear on the nose had a hot pink wig that day, much more photogenic than usual.

  3. Very nice, Michael.

  4. How come it’s never that photogenic when I pass through town during the lunch break? ;)

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