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The Cayuga Clipper takes the last hopper that will ever be spotted at Courtland Agromart. The Centerbeam will be the last to be spotted at Townsend Lumber about 2 miles west of Courtland before making the trip back to St. Thomas.
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Caption: The Cayuga Clipper takes the last hopper that will ever be spotted at Courtland Agromart. The Centerbeam will be the last to be spotted at Townsend Lumber about 2 miles west of Courtland before making the trip back to St. Thomas.

Photographer:
Emmett Liddell [10] (more) (contact)
Date: 04/16/2020 (search)
Railway: Ontario Southland (search)
Reporting Marks: ORSX 1400 & OSRX 1594 (search)
Train Symbol: Cayuga Clipper (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Cayuga (search)
City/Town: Courtland (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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7 Comments
  1. Emmett, thank you for capturing history in the making. Nice picture of Courtland yard. Has OSR officially notified customers of the end of service to Courtland ?

  2. Nice shot Emmett. Already a neat piece of history on the Cayuga’s final chapter.

  3. Technically, OSR notified CN who in turn gave notice to the customers.
    Get your shots this week (23rd) as the 30th is not entirely set in stone.

  4. Can anyone confirm if the centerbeam car was set-off outside Courtland by the Townsend Lumber yard or actually in Tillsonburg for unloading?

  5. It was set-off at Townsend Lumber, on the main.

  6. Thanks Emmett.

  7. No Problem.

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