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RLHH 3049 and RLHH 3404 slowly crawl through Onondaga with a dimensional load.  This special move originated in Pickering on Friday night with CN 546 taking the HEPX 200 and its load to Brantford Yard where it was interchanged to the SOR.  This morning the train departed Brantford around 10 and headed for Nanticoke.  Slow speeds made for an excellent chase with many great railfan friends.  They would arrive in Nanticoke around 2pm thus ending a very productive chase.
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Caption: RLHH 3049 and RLHH 3404 slowly crawl through Onondaga with a dimensional load. This special move originated in Pickering on Friday night with CN 546 taking the HEPX 200 and its load to Brantford Yard where it was interchanged to the SOR. This morning the train departed Brantford around 10 and headed for Nanticoke. Slow speeds made for an excellent chase with many great railfan friends. They would arrive in Nanticoke around 2pm thus ending a very productive chase.

Photographer:
Joseph Bishop [488] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/01/2017 (search)
Railway: Southern Ontario Railway (search)
Reporting Marks: RLHH 3049 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: CN Hagersville Subdivision (search)
City/Town: Onondaga (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. Most cameras will become fairly outdated in 5+ years time. May as well snap away and give that shutter a work out. :-)

  2. You scare me Joe :) That’s 17 photos per location :) Eventually you’ll cut that waaaay down. Maybe. :)

    I took 3 to 5 photos per location, planned 4 shots (got all 4) and shot at 13 different spots despite cutting it short @ Hagersville.

  3. Thanks guys, it was certainly a good catch. 4 hours, 13 different photo locations, 220 photos. I was able to photograph the train with dad and friends, definitely a good time.

  4. And a van too! Great catch!This would have been a great chase :)

  5. Nice catch!

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