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CP 420 pulls over the diamond and past the small interchange yard in Utopia with CP 8531/SOO 6027/CP 2262 and 14 brand new SHPX tanks for the BCRY going into storage on the Penetang spur, where they are still sitting now. After a quick meet with 247 at Essa and the setoff here, they'll scoot into the old Ypres siding to clear and leave their tail end setoff for Spence to pickup later, also letting 330 by currently stopped behind them at Essa after meeting 247 at Craighurst while 420 works here at Utopia! After hours of quiet, it's amazing how quickly things can start happening on the MacTier sub sometimes!
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Caption: CP 420 pulls over the diamond and past the small interchange yard in Utopia with CP 8531/SOO 6027/CP 2262 and 14 brand new SHPX tanks for the BCRY going into storage on the Penetang spur, where they are still sitting now. After a quick meet with 247 at Essa and the setoff here, they'll scoot into the old Ypres siding to clear and leave their tail end setoff for Spence to pickup later, also letting 330 by currently stopped behind them at Essa after meeting 247 at Craighurst while 420 works here at Utopia! After hours of quiet, it's amazing how quickly things can start happening on the MacTier sub sometimes!

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MuskokaMoFo [312] (more) (contact)
Date: 3/17/2016 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 8531 (search)
Train Symbol: CP 420-15 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP MacTier sub (search)
City/Town: Utopia (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. Any idea why the tanks are in storage? I’m sure they are up to code following the Lac Megantic disaster.

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