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The Goderich & Exeter has just dropped off the latest products from General Motors Diesel in London at CN's MacMillan Yard in Toronto. Fortunately for me, I worked days on Saturdays so took a spin down through the yard after leaving the RTC Centre. 
 Out in the open are Direct Rail Services (UK) JT42CWR 66424
                     SNTF (Algeria) GT36CW's 060DR11-060DR01-060DR12-060DR10 
                 and Direct Rail Services (UK) JT42CWR 66425

July 7th 2007
Copyright Notice: This image ©David J Parker all rights reserved.



Caption: The Goderich & Exeter has just dropped off the latest products from General Motors Diesel in London at CN's MacMillan Yard in Toronto. Fortunately for me, I worked days on Saturdays so took a spin down through the yard after leaving the RTC Centre. Out in the open are Direct Rail Services (UK) JT42CWR 66424 SNTF (Algeria) GT36CW's 060DR11-060DR01-060DR12-060DR10 and Direct Rail Services (UK) JT42CWR 66425 July 7th 2007

Photographer:
David J Parker [87] (more) (contact)
Date: 07/07/2007 (search)
Railway: Builder/Manufacturer (search)
Reporting Marks: DRS6624-SNTF060DR11-060DR-01-060DR12-060DR10-DRS66425- (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: CN MacMillan Yard (search)
City/Town: Concord (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Ahh yes, the “class 66″ extras. I don’t understand the British class system, but the Brits sure went nuts for this when these were released from GMDD.

  2. I remember seeing something like this rumbling down the Grimsby Sub after finishing touches put to them at ITS Rail, Welland. However, that was a couple of days earlier than this image.
    Very unusual catch!!

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