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CP 421 blasts through Leaside with an unforgettable consist! CP 7010, CP 6644, and CP 7016 showcase the best that CP has to offer regarding the special paint schemes released on the SD70ACUs. To top it all off; a Tier 4 BNSF Gevo number 3905 makes this consist tick almost every single box in a "dream consist." Well, it isn't dreaming anymore...

For further breakdown:
CP 7010- Heritage scheme "script" lettering
CP 6644- Military D-day commemorative "spitfire" replica scheme
CP 7016- Heritsge scheme "block" lettering
And of course BNSF 3905- Tier 4 Gevo
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Caption: CP 421 blasts through Leaside with an unforgettable consist! CP 7010, CP 6644, and CP 7016 showcase the best that CP has to offer regarding the special paint schemes released on the SD70ACUs. To top it all off; a Tier 4 BNSF Gevo number 3905 makes this consist tick almost every single box in a "dream consist." Well, it isn't dreaming anymore... For further breakdown: CP 7010- Heritage scheme "script" lettering CP 6644- Military D-day commemorative "spitfire" replica scheme CP 7016- Heritsge scheme "block" lettering And of course BNSF 3905- Tier 4 Gevo

Photographer:
Isaac Bryson [17] (more) (contact)
Date: 07/10/2020 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 7010 (search)
Train Symbol: 421-10 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP North Toronto (search)
City/Town: Toronto (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. Thank you Isaac. And congratulations again on that lash up!

  2. OSON (Operational Sightings in Ontario) is the best. Canadian Train Sightings is also good. Those are the top 2 I’d recommend.

  3. What other FB groups Isaac? I’m on Ontario Branchlines and the CP MacTier. Thanks!

  4. It was all over Facebook updates groups. It also showed up about 3 hours later than expected, and a shot of it north of approximately Bolton was difficult due to an incoming thunderstorm. Those down in Toronto got lucky, I guess. Thanks for the kind words.

  5. Wow! If I knew this consist was coming I would have been trackside. Not getting FPON emails even though I subscribed. Well done Isaac,

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