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The paint scheme is looking a little tired on CN 2522 and CN 2519 leading A435 down the Halton Sub., 
CN 4125 and CN 4796 are trailing, destination unknown.
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Caption: The paint scheme is looking a little tired on CN 2522 and CN 2519 leading A435 down the Halton Sub., CN 4125 and CN 4796 are trailing, destination unknown.

Photographer:
Terry O'Shell [121] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/08/2023 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 2522, CN 2519, CN 4125, CN 4796 (search)
Train Symbol: A435 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Halton Sub. Mile 42.2 (search)
City/Town: Burlington (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. 435 to London. This power is now captive on 438/9 for now..

    the trailing units are for London yard.

  2. A pair in the CNNA scheme leading is nice to see. Won’t be long before they aren’t around anymore.

  3. Yes, but there are some four axles with the paint too, and a pair are occasionally found together. I’ve seen it in last few years.

    It’s most certainly harder to do with the cowls gone

    For the most part though, the paint is horrible looking and I won’t shed a tear when it’s gone. That pink nose.. bleah.

  4. Nice catch. Great to see two on one train. Aside from the cowls, the C44-9WL’s are the best looking GE’s CN’s ever had….IMHO. Even with faded pink paint. ;-)

  5. Speaking of C44-9WL paint, the best looking GE on CN’s roster is 2502 with website paint, absolute stunner! this is a great lashup for 2023

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