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There were very few blue sky white ground days in Ontario this year, pictured was one of them, L542 is pictured blasting eastward through Mosborough by a rural stone farm with "unique" 4136 taking the charge. It's been awfully grey, rainy, and snow's melting and winter may just be finished already in 2022 and it's still early February. We'll see.
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Caption: There were very few blue sky snowy days in Ontario this winter, pictured was one of them, L542 is blasting eastward through Mosborough by a rural stone farm with "unique" 4136 taking the charge. Its been an awfully grey, rainy, and snow melting winter and it may just be finished already in 2022/2023 in early February. I wish we had more days like this.

Photographer:
Stephen C. Host [1499] (more) (contact)
Date: 2/3/2023 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4136, 9450 (search)
Train Symbol: L542-03 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Mosborough (search)
City/Town: Mosborough (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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6 Comments
  1. This is nice. Personally I have flubbed a lot of shots at this location. :o (

  2. Lovely shot and ‘commentary’ Steve. The stone house is lovely. And I agree about this Winter but I always say we get an early Spring in February imo. What is unique about the GP9RM that i’m missing?

  3. Sorry, wait is it because the bell is at the back of 4136 or is it 8?

  4. I certainly agree with Brad about the house. I’ve always loved looking at that place. Beats the ‘cookie-cutter’ stuff that gets built these days.

  5. Brad, the 4100s were never painted in the noodle scheme. 4136 received a hood swap last year at some point. The hood was from a 7000s or 7200 series GP9

  6. That’s right. I spotted it before in another shot. It was a bit too early for me in my comment. ;)

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