Welcome Visitor. First time here? Like what you see? Bookmark us for when you are bored, and check out 'top shots' and 'fantastic (editors choice)' in the menu above, you won't be dissapointed. Join our community! click here to sign up for an account today. Sick of this message? Get rid of it by logging-in here.



The end of the line, CN 2137 sits first up in the former Service Track across from its final destination SLM Recycling. By the end of the day it will join the rest of the "Class" back in the weeds. CN 2098 hidden from view is third up behind CN 2137 separated by two tanks.
Copyright Notice: This image ©Terry O'Shell all rights reserved.



Caption: The end of the line, CN 2137 sits first up in the former Service Track across from its final destination SLM Recycling. By the end of the day it will join the rest of the "Class" back in the weeds. CN 2098 hidden from view is third up behind CN 2137 separated by two tanks.

Photographer:
Terry O'Shell [121] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/10/2023 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 2137 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Canal Sub. Mile 7.7 (search)
City/Town: Welland (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
Share Link: http://www.railpictures.ca/?attachment_id=52680
Click here to Log-in or Register and add your vote.

19 Favourites
Photographers like Gold.Log-in or Register to show appreciation
View count: 710 Views

Share this image on Facebook, Twitter or email using the icons below
Photo ID: 51375

Map courtesy of Open Street Map

Full size | Suncalc
Note: Read why maps changed. Suncalc.net for reference only.

All comments must be positive in nature and abide by site rules. Anything else may be removed without warning.

8 Comments
  1. I hope that Harsco MK IV tamper doesn’t end up on the wrong track one night! ????

  2. I see the old Trillium units too in the background are they getting scrapped soon as well?

  3. Here’s 2137 in better days…
    http://www.railpictures.ca/?attachment_id=38904

  4. Geez.I remember TH&B switchers here a long time ago. :o (

  5. Those have been sitting there for quite a while. They’re being stored there but they may end up being scrapped too, since they’re all unserviceable.

  6. Slm has owned them a few years now. They are being kept so far for a reason. All of this is Slm’s business and good luck to them

  7. Also only 110 was scrapped so far

  8. I wish the tamper had been parked somewhere else as it is blocking the view of a second track of locomotives.

Railpictures.ca © 2006-2023 all rights reserved. Photographs are copyright of the photographer and used with permission
Terms and conditions | About us