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Charging westbound out of an afternoon storm, CN 435 is bathed in evening light coming down the hill towards Woodstock. Leading is veteran C40-8 standard cab 2103, with an SD70I and SD70M-2 trailing. Also noted is a beautiful mechanical bell and a nice horn from a friendly crew!
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Caption: Charging westbound out of an afternoon storm, CN 435 is bathed in evening light coming down the hill towards Woodstock. Leading is veteran C40-8 standard cab 2103, with an SD70I and SD70M-2 trailing. Also noted is a beautiful mechanical bell and a nice horn from a friendly crew!

Photographer:
Isaac Bryson [17] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/24/20 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 2103 (search)
Train Symbol: A43531 20 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Dundas (search)
City/Town: Woodstock (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Barns and standard cabs are the only times for me when it is okay to have a GE leading GM’s. This is a fine example. :-)

  2. Yeah it’s nice. About the grass, it looks like a train or something has used those rails recently, to cut the weeds off the tracks, as a photo from the same location earlier in August shows the rails covered in weeds. Very interesting to say the least!

  3. Isaac, very, very nice picture ! Nice to see a standard cab in the lead, the neat Woodstock platform ends. A very bucolic scene of the Dundas Sub in a south-western Ontario “smaller town” with the evening peace and quiet being broken by the rumble of the diesels and the passing freight cars. Like the green grass nearly covering the 2 sidings on the left – looks like someone is cutting that grass. Thank you for posting.

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