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CN 3015 in Support Our Troops camo paint scheme and 3217 with a CN100 logo lead 562 out of Port Robinson and over the Welland River. The train will stop to set-off at Southern Yard before looping around onto the CP Hamilton Sub at Brookfield and passing beneath the Welland Canal to interchange with Gio Rail at Feeder. After lifting interchange from Gio will return via reverse route to Port Rob and attend to any other switching required in the area.
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Caption: CN 3015 in Support Our Troops camo paint scheme and 3217 with a CN100 logo lead 562 out of Port Robinson and over the Welland River. The train will stop to set-off at Southern Yard before looping around onto the CP Hamilton Sub at Brookfield and passing beneath the Welland Canal to interchange with Gio Rail at Feeder. After lifting interchange from Gio will return via reverse route to Port Rob and attend to any other switching required in the area.

Photographer:
David J Parker [130] (more) (contact)
Date: 02/06/2024 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN3015-CN3217 (search)
Train Symbol: L-56231-06 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Stamford Sub (search)
City/Town: Port Robinson (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Very nice. So those units would have eventually gone down the Humberstone spur? If so that house that sits next to the crossing in Port Colborne I think would in for a real treat!

  2. Did not go down the Humberstone Spur this day.

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