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CP 244 passes under a recently modernized wooden truss-style pedestrian located just off Sarnia Rd between between Hyde Park and Wonderland with Norfolk Southern's Interstate Heritage Unit in the lead. Once in London the outbound crew would quickly add CP 4447 to the lead before continuing East to Wolverton
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Caption: CP 244 passes under a recently modernized wooden truss-style pedestrian located just off Sarnia Rd between between Hyde Park and Wonderland with Norfolk Southern's Interstate Heritage Unit in the lead. Once in London the outbound crew would quickly add CP 4447 to the lead before continuing East to Wolverton

Photographer:
Alex Sanders [242] (more) (contact)
Date: 11/06/2020 (search)
Railway: Norfolk Southern (search)
Reporting Marks: NS 8105, NS 9574 (search)
Train Symbol: CP 244 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP Windsor Sub (search)
City/Town: London (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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9 Comments
  1. What they didn’t like the Interstate unit?

  2. So it will be on 244 into Agincourt and possibly 246 on return? Today Nov 7 perhaps? Nice catch.

  3. Brad, it went on 141 last night. Just leaving London WB as on 09h15. Nice shot Alex, not too many people were able to catch it west of London!

  4. Great work Alex! Yes, definitely west of London and into London yard was the best place for this train yesterday – both lighting and proper leader. @BradKetchen: I don’t think they would use foreign power on 246, unless it’s a trailing unit, and even that seems rare. Recently, 246/247 had foreign power only one time, back in July, and it was trailing (BNSF SD70Ace).

  5. @Driver8666: more like they didn’t like railfanners gawking over it haha.

  6. Kevin, the crew actually wanted it leading, but CP needed the 4447 to go back to Toronto. Why they couldnt put the geep 3rd is beyond me. Lol

  7. Sweet. Nice catch, Alex.

  8. Nice one Alex!

  9. Excellent shot Alex.

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