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CP T97-18 with GP38-2's 3108 and 3118 are departing Kitchener on the Waterloo Subdivision after setting-off cars for CN at the busy CN/CP interchange. The units are both still adorned in the "Golden Beaver" paint scheme that was launched by CP in 1997. T97-18 would return to it's base at Hagey yard in Cambridge, which is about 4 rail miles south.
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Caption: CP T97-18 with GP38-2's 3108 and 3118 are departing Kitchener on the Waterloo Subdivision after setting-off cars for CN at the busy CN/CP interchange. The units are both still adorned in the "Golden Beaver" paint scheme that was launched by CP in 1997. T97-18 would return to it's base at Hagey yard in Cambridge, which is about 4 rail miles south.

Photographer:
Jason Noe [501] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/18/2019 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 3108/ CP 3118 (search)
Train Symbol: T97-18 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP Waterloo Subdivision (search)
City/Town: Kitchener (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Nice. I wish this pair was around before September last year :(

  2. What a nice S bend. Looking at the map, it appears that a late evening/low sun shot here at the end of June/beginning of July would be pretty amazing. Having seen how fast trees grow in your area, someone needs to bring tree nippers to cut down the one covering the rear truck of the 3118. :-)

  3. Thanks for the comments guys.

    @Brundle- Looking at my photos of the same location this year it looks like that tree might be thankfully history.

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