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TRRY 108 has just finished switching in Dain City, and is shown passing WH Yard on the way to interchange with CP at Feeder Yard.
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Caption: TRRY 108 has just finished switching in Dain City, and is shown passing WH Yard on the way to interchange with CP at Feeder Yard.

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Rob Smith [196] (more) (contact)
Date: 07/26/2017 (search)
Railway: Trillium Railway (search)
Reporting Marks: TRRY 108 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: WH Yard (search)
City/Town: Welland (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. WH Yard is only two or three tracks, I assume it hasn’t changed since CN days.

    Dain City was the NS intermodal yard, I don’t know how much CN did there.

    I also don’t know how often CP goes to Feeder but I imagine it must be fairly regularly.

  2. Also how often does CP go to Feeder Yard? And CN is probably Daily at Feeder?

  3. It makes me happy to see this old soldier still battling along. GMTX be damned, this is where it’s at. :)

    I can’t get all their little yards straight, so many of them. Was WH a yard in the CN days?

    I know Feeder was used as an interchange with the NS (I believe Dain was switched by CN and interchanged with NS at Feeder) but Trillium has so many little support yards. WH, Macey, the little one in Port Colborne by the docks, the one by Robin Hood.. Welland, Thorold.. Merriton.. so many.

  4. The overcast sky helped here, otherwise it would have been very backlit.

  5. Gloomy worked alright here!

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