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1741 The Black Stallion with 1740 The Ghost for backup leads 213 North through the rock-cut at the Highway 112 overpass destined for Cochrane.

ONT 1741 ex. NS 3535 one of ONR's most recent acquisitions, after some rebuild work at the ONR North Bay Diesel shops, has spent the last week on its first revenue service runs.

Otto Township Ramore Sub - August 30
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Caption: 1741 The Black Stallion with 1740 The Ghost for backup leads 213 North through the rock-cut at the Highway 112 overpass destined for Cochrane. ONT 1741 ex. NS 3535 one of ONR's most recent acquisitions, after some rebuild work at the ONR North Bay Diesel shops, has spent the last week on its first revenue service runs. Otto Township Ramore Sub - August 30

Photographer:
Robin Pascoe [20] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/30/2021 (search)
Railway: Ontario Northland (search)
Reporting Marks: ONT 1741, ONT 1740 (search)
Train Symbol: ONT 213 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Ramore Subdivision (search)
City/Town: Swastika (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. With that pair leading, one could be forgiven for thinking this was taken somewhere in the southern US. Really nice shot !

  2. @Aitch Thanks! I said the same thing when I posted it to our ONR group. Definitely doesn’t look like an ONR train. A running joke is that they should white-out the tail and add horns to we can call it ‘The Moose’. At least until the paint shop has a slot in the schedule for it.

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