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We pause for a few minutes after dropping 36 cars (18 cars per drop) at Holcim. The use of a police flashlight really helps to paint the scene.
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Caption: We pause for a few minutes after dropping 36 cars (18 cars per drop) at Holcim. The use of a police flashlight really helps to paint the scene.

Photographer:
Michael Da Costa [361] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/05/2017 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 4777 (search)
Train Symbol: CN L54331 04 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Cement Lead (search)
City/Town: Mississauga (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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11 Comments
  1. Btw, @ Oakvilesub5 the curve that goes into the plant seems pretty tight. As we say in ‘Model Railroad’ World it looks like an 18″ curve. So no 6 axels. So Geeps only aloud!

  2. I always monitor the ships going to St Lawrence and Sun Cor on Vessel Finder: https://www.vesselfinder.com/ Thanks for the info Oakvillesub5. :)

  3. Sorry, 45 tonner my mistake, I have to stop rushing my posts

  4. Actually sorry, only in Google Earth 3d mode, and u have to look carefully but it’s there

  5. U can actually see it in 3d mode on Google maps

  6. Yea I think they have a dark blue GE 44 Tonner

  7. Do they have a plant switcher down there?

  8. Awesome Michael. Where did you get the flashlight!?!?

  9. Great shot shot btw.

  10. Good question. What job works St Lawrence?

  11. Is this the St. Lawrence Cement Spur?

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