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Four SD40-3's (QGRY 3326, QGRY 3334, QGRY 3325 & QGRY 3347) are leading detour train CN F901 on the freight track of CN's Montreal Sub as it heads towards Taschereau Yard on a gloomy afternoon. Due to a derailment on their bridge between Terrebonne and Laval, the Quebec Gatineau Railway has been running detour trains on CN's main line between Montreal and Quebec City, though rumour has it that these detours will end within a few days.
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Caption: Four SD40-3's (QGRY 3326, QGRY 3334, QGRY 3325 & QGRY 3347) are leading detour train CN F901 on the freight track of CN's Montreal Sub as it heads towards Taschereau Yard on a gloomy afternoon. Due to a derailment on their bridge between Terrebonne and Laval, the Quebec Gatineau Railway has been running detour trains on CN's main line between Montreal and Quebec City, though rumour has it that these detours will end within a few days.

Photographer:
Michael Berry [1779] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/29/2017 (search)
Railway: Quebec Gatineau Railway (search)
Reporting Marks: QGRY 3326 (search)
Train Symbol: CN F901 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Montreal Sub (search)
City/Town: Montreal West (search)
Province: Quebec (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Indeed rare and glad I finally caught two of them, detours should end any day now (after about two weeks total).

  2. I’m happy many of you are getting this stuff. It’s RARE. In most cases stuff like this only happens once…. and for this long? Lucky.

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