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a Westbound freight from Moncton New Brunswick, (M305) makes its way through Beare up the grade on the York Sub, whilst an Eastbound CP, (CP142) is passing above. CN305 has a wonderful blue BCrail leading, with CN 2694 as mid DPU. 


First time experiencing a meet like this, and having a BCOL on point made it that much more special.
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Caption: a Westbound freight from Moncton New Brunswick, (M305) makes its way through Beare up the grade on the York Sub, whilst an Eastbound CP, (CP142) is passing above. CN305 has a wonderful blue BCrail leading, with CN 2694 as mid DPU. First time experiencing a meet like this, and having a BCOL on point made it that much more special.

Photographer:
Fred DesRochers [63] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/21/2015 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: BCOL 4645 (search)
Train Symbol: M305 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: York Subdivision (search)
City/Town: Beare (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. Yeah its true Tim Stevens. This unit was involved in a collision with a truck a couple of months ago. The front railings and plow got fixed. The unit also got a real good wash, so it now looks brand new again!

  2. Interesting plow on that one. It certainly wasn’t that colour when I shot it a month or so ago. Almost back to the as delivered shade!

  3. Lucky catch.

  4. Haha thanks! :)

  5. Nice shot. Always wondered what my trains looked like from Plughat Road :-)

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