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Well, Trillium looks like they're parking their active units down around Feeder again, as opposed to up at Atlas. I was down in the area shooting 143, and figured I'd swing by Feeder on the way home for some effortless shots of whatever was hanging out there. I arrived to find only 108, but in sweet morning sun I wasn't complaining. I grabbed a few cheapie shots of it when I heard a grumbling coming from Feeder Yard. 1859 would soon appear, and was parked next to 108. Right behind came another rumble, and 340 appeared as well. The crew members consolidated in 340 and headed out for the day, presumably to go work Verbio. The disused units on Trillium's roster are still over at Atlas, so I am not entirely sure what the situation is with respect to those ones, or what prompted moving the active units to Feeder in the first place. One has to wonder though what the day is like now for the crew when they go work St. Catharines.
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Caption: Well, Trillium looks like they're parking their active units down around Feeder again, as opposed to up at Atlas. I was down in the area shooting 143, and figured I'd swing by Feeder on the way home for some effortless shots of whatever was hanging out there. I arrived to find only 108, but in sweet morning sun I wasn't complaining. I grabbed a few cheapie shots of it when I heard a grumbling coming from Feeder Yard. 1859 would soon appear, and was parked next to 108. Right behind came another rumble, and 340 appeared as well. The crew members consolidated in 340 and headed out for the day, presumably to go work Verbio.

The disused units on Trillium's roster are still over at Atlas, so I am not entirely sure what the situation is with respect to those ones, or what prompted moving the active units to Feeder in the first place. One has to wonder though what the day is like now for the crew when they go work St. Catharines.

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James Knott [359] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/13/2020 (search)
Railway: Trillium Railway (search)
Reporting Marks: TRRY 1859 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Cayuga Spur (search)
City/Town: Feeder (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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