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A medley of stored power at the west end of the shop includes CP 6623 a former Agincourt hump unit and 9539 an  AC4400 with fresh paint that might not pull freight again in it's current form.
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Caption: A medley of stored power at the west end of the shop includes CP 6623 a former Agincourt hump unit and 9539 an AC4400 with fresh paint that might not pull freight again in it's current form.

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Paul Santos [479] (more) (contact)
Date: July 27, 2017 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 6623 (search)
Train Symbol: SD40-2 AC4400 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Agincourt Yard (search)
City/Town: Toronto (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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8 Comments
  1. The beaver scheme has returned, a handful of engines have already been repainted. Waiting to catch of them soon I hope! As for the repainted AC4400 guess it’s just a numbers game, store the older power regardless of paint condition.

  2. What happened to them bringing back the beaver scheme? Oh, and why would they repaint a locomotive if it’s just going into storage or before a rebuild?

  3. Some of the number boards on the hump units were damaged by rock throwing vandals

  4. What happened to 6623′s original number boards?

  5. Couldn’t agree more Dave. And when you finally do get one, the sun doesn’t cooperate

  6. I wish when the 9500′s were repainted (the ones that have been) that they painted back in the Dual Flag scheme like when brand new. oh well, this foamer can only dream.

  7. I sometimes wonder if CP is still a railroad. I live near the Galt Sub, which used to be good for a train every 90 minutes even when it was slow. Now, you can go for hours with nothing. I know they got rid of the Sprint, and renumbered everything, but it’s really sad just how quiet things have become.

  8. Another fine pair of homemade number boards. :-)

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