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CN train 399 with IC repainted SD70 #1008 trailing is framed by an old tree that is marked and will not see another autumn. I have always likes the field shot here and its a nice quiet crossing not far from bustling Burlington. It's sad to see so much of the old farmland between Milton and Burlington being redeveloped and slowly connecting the two cities.
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Caption: CN train 399 with IC repainted SD70 #1008 trailing is framed by an old tree that is marked and will not see another autumn. I have always likes the field shot here and its a nice quiet crossing not far from bustling Burlington. It's sad to see so much of the old farmland between Milton and Burlington being redeveloped and slowly connecting the two cities.

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Marcus W Stevens [382] (more) (contact)
Date: 11/28/2017 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 2591 (search)
Train Symbol: 399 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Halton sub. (search)
City/Town: Tansley (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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7 Comments
  1. It was around 4 so I think you guys are right it was 435.
    There was a GO coach on the end so I would definitely think it was.

  2. what time was it? 435 was into Aldershot around 330 – 4 ish on Tuesday, 399, which used to be a clock setter between 5 and 7 pm, has been as late as 6 am the next morning lately, rarely is on time any more

  3. If we are going about consist, it very did indeed look like 435. 435 usually has a string of autos at the rear I believe for Oakville. I have never heard of a 399 that early in recent years but anything can happen :)

  4. Maybe it was a late 435.

  5. Nicely framed. Well done, Marcus.

  6. Man I swear this one was 435! nice shot

  7. CN’s new intermodal yard will fill in a large gap

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