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Zebras!  Definitely something I did not expect to see on March break was a pair of 4100 series GP9RM's leading a set of 55 multis.  They slowly crept up from Mac and stopped beside me on the north track to wait for the passage of CN Q14891-16 on the south, before continuing on to Aldershot.  Once there the crew tied down in the yard.It's nice to see these old beauts still out on the mainline after 60 years.  Lead unit 4125 having been built in 1955 (62 years) and trailing 4138 built in 1959 (58 years) respectively.
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Caption: Zebras! Definitely something I did not expect to see on March break was a pair of 4100 series GP9RM's leading a set of 55 multis. They slowly crept up from Mac and stopped beside me on the north track to wait for the passage of CN Q14891-16 on the south, before continuing on to Aldershot. Once there the crew tied down in the yard.

It's nice to see these old beauts still out on the mainline after 60 years. Lead unit 4125 having been built in 1955 (62 years) and trailing 4138 built in 1959 (58 years) respectively.

Photographer:
Jacob Patterson [85] (more) (contact)
Date: 03/16/2017 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4125, CN 4138 (search)
Train Symbol: L57031-16 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Halton Sub (search)
City/Town: Georgetown (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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6 Comments
  1. That’s a nice catch.

  2. That’s an eye catching nose for sure. :-)

  3. That’s a refreshing change :)

  4. 4125 I mean…

  5. 2125 is a unique one with the the matching patch jobs on the nose as much as the AR unit. very nice.

  6. Equal sun and a high green to boot!! Deeeecent!!

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