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IC 1504, IC 1506 and CN 4100 sit in Southern Yard in Welland waiting their lift to Port Robinson to hitch a ride on 422 to Mac Yard.  From there they'll head West for Sarnia and their new home at LDS.
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Caption: IC 1504, IC 1506 and CN 4100 sit in Southern Yard in Welland waiting their lift to Port Robinson to hitch a ride on 422 to Mac Yard. From there they'll head West for Sarnia and their new home at LDS.

Photographer:
Joseph Bishop [706] (more) (contact)
Date: 02/18/2023 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: IC 1506 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Welland (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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7 Comments
  1. Good to hear they will be saved and not scrapped

  2. Great catch, it was only a few weeks ago I saw them parked along the fence at the former Martech facility.

  3. Its my understanding that Trillium/Gio is having them rebuilt for their use.

  4. Mike;has Trillium bought these units to use in the Niagara area.See you Thursday night at the meeting.

  5. Nice to see these SW14′s are going to be used in service. And even better if Gio/Trillium is running them.

  6. Not if it means they’ll replace the MLW’s. Get your photos now!

  7. The MLW 1859 is a survivor. Its been going to the scrap line for 20 years or more, but it just hangs around. Too sturdy and reliable to get rid of. The SW14′s will be a year or two in rebuilding. Parts are available but long wait times and lots of locos ahead of them. LDS has found a real niche in the marketplace.

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