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Its a dreary, windy afternoon, so there must be something interesting in the area.  In this case GTW 4620 is tagging along with the CN yard power as they built the CP transfer at the east end of Regina yard.  The 4620 was billed to the Stewart Southern Railway and would get dropped off at the CP yard later that evening where it would join the GTW 4610 (in CN paint), presumably billed to the same place.
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Caption: Its a dreary, windy afternoon, so there must be something interesting in the area. In this case GTW 4620 is tagging along with the CN yard power as they built the CP transfer at the east end of Regina yard. The 4620 was billed to the Stewart Southern Railway and would get dropped off at the CP yard later that evening where it would join the GTW 4610 (in CN paint), presumably billed to the same place.

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Matt Watson [617] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/19/2022 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 7265 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: CN Quappelle Sub (search)
City/Town: Regina (search)
Province: Saskatchewan (search)
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4 Comments
  1. Nice consist Matt.

    Were GTW 4610 and 4620 recently retired from CN or previously in long-term storage?

  2. Very nice lash up!

  3. Jason- Sorry I can’t really be of any help on that one, all I know is that they are billed to SSR. Even then, I’m not sure if they purchased them or are just working on them.

  4. No problem. Thanks for following-up Matt.

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