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CP T14 began regularly working Hornby yard a few weeks ago so typically they run there first before working Streetsville. Here they are seen returning back to Streetsville and passing through a bit of a winter wonderland after lifting a cut of tank cars. The location here is the Meadowvale GO station, and T14 will cross over to the south track in less then a mile before stopping and backing into Streetsville yard.
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Caption: CP T14 began regularly working Hornby yard a few weeks ago so typically they run there first before working Streetsville. Here they are seen returning back to Streetsville and passing through a bit of a winter wonderland after lifting a cut of tank cars. The location here is the Meadowvale GO station, and T14 will cross over to the south track in less then a mile before stopping and backing into Streetsville yard.

Photographer:
Marcus W Stevens [571] (more) (contact)
Date: 11/23/2020 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 3004 (search)
Train Symbol: T14 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Galt subdivision (search)
City/Town: Meadowvale (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. This area of Canada sure received a thick blanket of snow in the last couple of days. Makes for dandy pictures. I like the shimmer off the rails from the ditch lights. Low numbered GP38-ac, looks to have spent a lot of time on the E&N.

  2. now this is awesome! T14 working hornby instead of the premium 140/141 was one of the best decisions CP has made this year

  3. Nice shot! Do you know what day(s) T14 usually runs to Streetsville?

    @Brundle: After searching up the lead unit, it shows that the unit was also in the green and yellow “E&N Railfreight” paint scheme while on the E&N.

  4. Typically Monday, Wednesday and Friday

  5. Great to see CP making T14 Great again LOL

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