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148 passes under the bridge signal at Paris Jct.
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Caption: 148 passes under the bridge signal at Paris Jct.

Tim Ball [117] (more) (contact)
Date: 03/21/2016 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: Mile 30.9 Dundas Sub (search)
Train Symbol: 148 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Paris Jct. (search)
City/Town: Paris (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. Great shot. Love the old telephone box in the picture. I remember when we used those to talk to the RTC. Good memories.

  2. And some very amusing calls I suspect. Nice to see 4units on a train again…….

  3. Oh some very interesting calls :-) You can bet that 2 of those units were in idle.

  4. Yes but you can pretend otherwise…..and pretend it’s doing 70+

  5. Haha..ok we can pretend. LOL the 70mph can only be done on the Kingston Sub on certain trains

  6. My dream is still that the government forced trans-provincial trucks onto the railroad with every half hour service from Coteau to Windsor at 70. No, really, I’m sober :)

  7. Your running commentary here reminds me of when CP’s Ritchie was claiming the railroad could triple-track the GALT sub and take a lot of trucks off the 401. Nothing happened. The trailers are gone west of Hornby. Maybe HE wasn’t sober. :o )

  8. Haha Dave, a wonderful dream my friend. If only it was reality!

  9. I was thinking 4 tracks the whole way. Premium service on the inner, pedestrian on the outer. Truck and trailer together with rest coaches behind the engines for those that couldn’t handoff to a fresh driver at the other end. 100 car maximum. Then again, I think all oil should be shipped by rail because that actually creates jobs.

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