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Sept  18th, the business train came through Springhill Junction again today, this time attached to the end of 120 instead of under its own power. I don't think that's allowed if the passenger cars are occupied. The CN noodle on the long hood has been replaced by a "throwback" herald, similar to what was applied to steam era tenders.
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Caption: Sept 18th, the business train came through Springhill Junction again today, this time attached to the end of 120 instead of under its own power. I don't think that's allowed if the passenger cars are occupied. The CN noodle on the long hood has been replaced by a "throwback" herald, similar to what was applied to steam era tenders.

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John Reay [124] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/18/2023 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 3309 (search)
Train Symbol: Z120 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Springhill sub (search)
City/Town: Springhill Jct (search)
Province: Nova Scotia (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Very nice picture John, certainly a sharp looking business train, but would look a little better if they had replaced the “CN noodle” on the nose with the tilted square. Thanks for sharing, John

  2. Does anyone know if the wafer on the conductor’s side has the French wording, i.e. “Canadien National”?

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