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T-25 snakes its way down the CP CASO connector (now all part of the Windsor Sub) to enter the tunnel to Detroit. In tow they have intermodal traffic dropped in Walkerville yard by 143 earlier that day. Now that 142/143 don't run through Windsor (again), T-25 no longer runs as well. The intermodal traffic destined for Detroit that 143/142 ran now comes down on 235/234 and 235 just runs directly to the Detroit instead of T-25 taking the traffic across.
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Caption: T-25 snakes its way down the CP CASO connector (now all part of the Windsor Sub) to enter the tunnel to Detroit. In tow they have intermodal traffic dropped in Walkerville yard by 143 earlier that day. Now that 142/143 don't run through Windsor (again), T-25 no longer runs as well. The intermodal traffic destined for Detroit that 143/142 ran now comes down on 235/234 and 235 just runs directly to the Detroit instead of T-25 taking the traffic across.

Photographer:
Mike Molnar [37] (more) (contact)
Date: 04/17/2017 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 2259 and CP 2292 (search)
Train Symbol: CP T-25 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP Windsor Subdivision (search)
City/Town: Windsor (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. 438/439 still take the CASO from Pelton to get into Van De Water. Nothing goes into Van De Water via this end of the CASO from the tunnel although the signals are still in service and the track isn’t officially abandoned.

  2. So I take it nothing goes to CN Van der water yard via the CASO anymore?

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