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CN/IC SD40-3 6201 is now in regular hump service at Mac Yard. The former Operation Lifesaver unit was built at BN 6761 and rebuilt in 1998 for IC.
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Caption: CN/IC SD40-3 6201 is now in regular hump service at Mac Yard. The former Operation Lifesaver unit was built at BN 6761 and rebuilt in 1998 for IC.

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Date: 05/23/2016 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 6201 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Mac Yard (search)
City/Town: Vaughn (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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8 Comments
  1. LOL Rick is not a yard hogger..haha he is #1 in the terminal but does not work freights much anymore. Actaully 432 went out of Mac Yrd with about 84000ft and then he took the traffic back to Mac. I had not heard about 551, glad no one was hurt.

  2. I heard it…I think they changed crews at Aldershot…the yard hogger “rick” took it back to Mac… then 551 just hit a car at a crossing at 37.7 injuries reported to occupants

  3. I did not work Tue/Wed. I just got home from taking 368 to Belleville.
    523 ran this morning very early. Iam told that when it runs it will now be
    around 5am out of Mac Yrd.

  4. where have you been all week? Haven’t heard you on your “personal ” train LOL, slow I guess after a holiday weekend

  5. Thanks snake…LOL trust me in hump service 6201 won’t be this shiny and new very long!

  6. nice shot of a nice spanking clean unit !

  7. @MrDan.. CN still has the 7500 GP38-2 with two TEBU4 in between, but lately the hump power has been 6000 class rebuilds with one 200 class TE’s in the middle. Of the four that I have seen, 2 are painted in the CNNA paint scheme.
    No wide cabs have been used on the hump and we have no SD slug sets as far as I know.

  8. Nice and fresh! What other hump power is assigned Mac? The early CN 6000-series rebuilts, or regular SD40-2W’s too? SD-slug-SD sets?

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