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CN GP9 4508 is in charge of this wayfreight job, switching cars in the yard at Aylmer in the Summer of 1981.
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Caption: CN GP9 4508 is in charge of this wayfreight job, switching cars in the yard at Aylmer in the Summer of 1981.

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Date: Summer 1981 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4508 (search)
Train Symbol: CN wayfreight (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Aylmer - CN Cayuga Sub (search)
City/Town: Aylmer (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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  1. It is possible that those containers and Railbox cars are for Livingstons in Tillsonburg and Imperial Leaf Tobacco in Aylmer.

  2. I noticed the name sign in the background. ..and know that the CN used to have a station here….anyone know when the station was removed? Obvious to me I’m guessing the sign and signals marl where the station grounds were…?

  3. This is interesting. When I stopped there in 1976, all there was to photograph was the blade.

  4. Also I think this photo I took in 2013 is in the same spot, so that train’s sitting on the main…. appears to be a CN train stopped to make a lift/setoff. Very cool Bill!


  5. Wow.. I have to ask though, what’s with the intermodal? Would that be a N&W train? But then you have the CN ballast cars.. seems like odd traffic for CN to be Hauling on the Cayuga sub.

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