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Caption: A gray sunny day. Mid-October days along the curve at mile 2 Dundas (just off York Rd) were to me a great experience. There was a brief period around that time, due to CN shoring up the banks there, that the area was devoid of vegetation and a great shooting angle had opened up. And the maples were ablaze. This was one of those perfect mornings. And along comes #148 !! All Gray!!! Most unusual. Leaser CEFX 3105 was sandwiched between two SD40-3s, remanufactured (1998) former GCFX locomotives that began lives as CN SD40s. This location is now pretty much overgrown and photography is very limited, as one would have to stand far too close to the rail than is safe. Image shot with Mamiya 645 400ISO neg. Sun angle past 1030 here becomes dicey for eastbounds such as this.