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It's always a great day for railfanning when you just go out to see what action there might be. Lucky for me, here is this day's version of 244 coming out of Ringold siding and now gathering speed as it travels through downtown Chatham. It's always a great catch when you have ex-SOO 6042 leading with a trailing BNSF unit. If I had planned this better, I would have tried to Time Machine  Bruce Mercer's photo from 1987.
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Caption: It's always a great day for railfanning when you just go out to see what action there might be. Lucky for me, here is this day's version of 244 coming out of Ringold siding and now gathering speed as it travels through downtown Chatham. It's always a great catch when you have ex-SOO 6042 leading with a trailing BNSF unit. If I had planned this better, I would have tried to Time Machine Bruce Mercer's photo from 1987.

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Todd Steinman [209] (more) (contact)
Date: 10/21/2017 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 6249 & BNSF 5807 (search)
Train Symbol: Train 244 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP Windsor Subdivision (search)
City/Town: Chatham (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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3 Comments
  1. Coming to Ontario has been on my mind. Now that I have gone and bought myself a modern camera, the possibility has increased considerably. Still honing my skills at the moment. Your rail operations sure do appear to be somewhat busier there. This topic will be revisited next spring. :-)
    Oh, and before I close, your welcome Todd.

  2. Thanks Extra 1014. I appreciate your comment and thank you for your kind comment. It helps to be ‘networked’ these days with fellow railfans here in the area. I’d love to meet you someday, and to railfan with you (I’ve been able to accomplish this with Arnold Mooney).

  3. 2 Excellent additions Todd. Your latest posts are on fire. Super photography and post processing.
    I’m having tough time choosing which one is best, which is a good thing. :-)

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