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A trio of GP9's (CN 7226, CN 7054 & CN 7083) are switching Pointe St-Charles Yard. Behind them is the Montreal Sub and behind that is the skyline of downtown Montreal. In front of them are tracks leading to the AMT Pointe-Saint-Charles Maintenance Centre. This is the view from a new park that overlooks the yard just west of it, along Sebastopol Street.
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Caption: A trio of GP9's (CN 7226, CN 7054 & CN 7083) are switching Pointe St-Charles Yard. Behind them is the Montreal Sub and behind that is the skyline of downtown Montreal. In front of them are tracks leading to the AMT Pointe-Saint-Charles Maintenance Centre. This is the view from a new park that overlooks the yard just west of it, along Sebastopol Street.

Photographer:
Michael Berry [1650] (more) (contact)
Date: 07/30/2017 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 7226 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: CN Pointe St-Charles Yard (search)
City/Town: Montreal (search)
Province: Quebec (search)
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2 Comments
  1. It’s certainly not unheard of here in Montreal, I’ve seen this job with three GP9′s from time to time (though 2 GP9′s or 1 GP9 & a GP38-2 are much more common)

  2. 3 GP9′s (no slug or GP38 mixed in), this seems like a rare event to me. I would have to go back a long time in my memory to recall a similar scene. There is almost always a slug in there somewhere here in the Edmonton area.

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