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As mentioned here, the successor the CN U701, CP 822, arrived into Thunder Bay with 100 coke loads for TBTL on June 18. On the afternoon of June 19, the 0630 Yard Job went over light power McKellar Island to retrieve the train. If you look through the bridge to the right, you can see a view of the cars used for the operation - the same type used on the CN trains.  This had been a rather stormy day up until this photo, and a series of delays over at TBTL allowed enough time for some sun to come out for this shot.
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Caption: As mentioned here, the successor the CN U701, CP 822, arrived into Thunder Bay with 100 coke loads for TBTL on June 18. On the afternoon of June 19, the 0630 Yard Job went over light power McKellar Island to retrieve the train. If you look through the bridge to the right, you can see a view of the cars used for the operation - the same type used on the CN trains.

This had been a rather stormy day up until this photo, and a series of delays over at TBTL allowed enough time for some sun to come out for this shot.

Photographer:
James Knott [515] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/19/2022 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 4524 (search)
Train Symbol: 0630 Yard Job (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Thunder Bay (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Nice location

  2. Nice catch, Jamie.

  3. Thanks guys. TBTL seemed really busy when I was there – lots of unit potash coming in (and going out on ship) and a couple of coke trains too. Makes for some interesting moves!

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