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A decent looking CN 435 today even if it wasn’t much of a train, after catching it at Tansley my boys convinced me to make the run to Aldershot to try for another shot. When we figured out it had a set off in the yard we raced off to catch CP 236 then return to try to catch 435 before it left. Somehow we pulled it off arriving at Snake as the train began pulling forward. GP38 7502 would end up being set off at Aldershot leaving IC painted Tier 4 3008 to continue the trip west to London.
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Caption: A decent looking CN 435 today even if it wasn’t much of a train, after catching it at Tansley my boys convinced me to make the run to Aldershot to try for another shot. When we figured out it had a set off in the yard we raced off to catch CP 236 then return to try to catch 435 before it left. Somehow we pulled it off arriving at Snake as the train began pulling forward. GP38 7502 would end up being set off at Aldershot leaving IC painted Tier 4 3008 to continue the trip west to London.

Photographer:
Marcus W Stevens [854] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/14/2022 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN/IC 3008 (search)
Train Symbol: 435 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Oakville subdivision (search)
City/Town: Snake (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. I’m glad the convinced you, it looks like the chase was worth while.

  2. It’s funny this is the only heritage unit I have caught several times. The rest seem to hide from us.

  3. I was wondering if that was a Heritage unit or one that CN hadn’t gotten around to paint. ;)

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