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CN U700 the first unit crude oil train to operate on the CN across Southern Ontario rolls through Bayview on a beautiful December morning.  This train originated on the BNSF in North Dakota and is bound for the NBSR in Saint John, New Brunswick.  These trains used to operate over a CSX-Pan Am-MMA-NBSR routing, however should start operating regularly over CN if this test run proves successful.  The consist today is CN 5664, CN 8936, CN 2627 with 1 spacer and 95 tank cars for 5,690ft and weighs in at close to 12,900 tons.
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Caption: CN U700 the first unit crude oil train to operate on the CN across Southern Ontario rolls through Bayview on a beautiful December morning. This train originated on the BNSF in North Dakota and is bound for the NBSR in Saint John, New Brunswick. These trains used to operate over a CSX-Pan Am-MMA-NBSR routing, however should start operating regularly over CN if this test run proves successful. The consist today is CN 5664, CN 8936, CN 2627 with 1 spacer and 95 tank cars for 5,690ft and weighs in at close to 12,900 tons.

Photographer:
Rob Eull [368] (more) (contact)
Date: 12/14/2012 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 5664 (search)
Train Symbol: CN U700 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Bayview - CN Dundas Sub (search)
City/Town: Hamilton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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