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Working yellowline ashphalt products, the 1600 will also set off a couple cars of new rail for Crawford Rail Products on the curve right in front of me, one of the many customers in the Port Authority of Hamilton-Oshawa. I was driving through with a co-worker and of course found both evening jobs in Hamilton, what a nice set of motive power this was to find, would be the first time I've ever seen three of these in this scheme lashed together.
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Caption: Working yellowline ashphalt products, the 1600 will also set off a couple cars of new rail for Crawford Rail Products on the curve right in front of me, one of the many customers in the Port Authority of Hamilton-Oshawa. I was driving through with a co-worker and of course found both evening jobs in Hamilton, what a nice set of motive power this was to find, would be the first time I've ever seen three of these in this scheme lashed together.

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Stephen C. Host [1226] (more) (contact)
Date: 6/23/2021 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 7032,7071,7052 (search)
Train Symbol: 1600 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Hamilton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Awesome Steve.

  2. Crawford was relatively busy for a while there around this time – getting 2 to 4 cars per week of rail from CN dropped on the Yellowline Lead for them. Was told by one of the CN crew in town the rail was for one of the port projects for the excess MANA lands. Be interesting to see what – if anything – transpires.

    I was out earlier this night but they went over to Eastport (odd for a Wednesday) and I didn’t have the patience to wait that out, otherwise I’d likely have been right next to you. Quite enjoy the Yellowline Lead fun.

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