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When I first moved to this area, the local CP freight was quite the sight to see. Usually it had a long string of cars, as well as one or two of the main road units leading the way. However, along came the smaller and diminutive units such as 4427 leading the way here. Not surprising, as the now usually once weekly (Sunday) train T29 arrives in Chatham. However, a little touch of nostalgia was included in the mix, by way of 3018 still in it's original 'attire' with stripes and all.
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Caption: When I first moved to this area, the local CP freight was quite the sight to see. Usually it had a long string of cars, as well as one or two of the main road units leading the way. However, along came the smaller and diminutive units such as 4427 leading the way here. Not surprising, as the now usually once weekly (Sunday) train T29 arrives in Chatham. However, a little touch of nostalgia was included in the mix, by way of 3018 still in it's original 'attire' with stripes and all.

Photographer:
Todd Steinman [266] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/21/2020 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 4427 3018 XXXX (search)
Train Symbol: T29 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP Windsor Subdivision (search)
City/Town: Chatham (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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One Comment
  1. Interesting study in unit differences. Grill work on the rads, dynamic break area, louvers on the doors, paint jobs, plus many others. Yet, all the same horsepower.

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