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After dropping cars for CP (cars for Innophos in Port Maitland and Washington Mills in Niagara Falls) and the now infamous JLCX 3502 at CN Southern Yard, CN L562 continues onwards through CN Yager as they head towards the CP Hamilton Sub with 23 tanks in tow for Trillium to be interchanged at Feeder Yard. CN's lift at Feeder had a bunch of cars not for them mixed in with it (per radio conversation overheard), so they ended up only taking two cars back with them on the return trip - the two-bay NS hoppers that Trillium takes to Vesuvius in Welland. They would also work Southern Yard on the return to Port Rob, grabbing a few loaded pipe cars from Welded Tube. 562 is most often a two-unit train (though in the minority of times it does run as one), with power coming off of the day's 421 (in this case CN 5755 was trailing third on the day's 421) and/or whatever is straggling around in Port Rob (in this case CN 2403).
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Caption: After dropping cars for CP (cars for Innophos in Port Maitland and Washington Mills in Niagara Falls) and the now infamous JLCX 3502 at CN Southern Yard, CN L562 continues onwards through CN Yager as they head towards the CP Hamilton Sub with 23 tanks in tow for Trillium to be interchanged at Feeder Yard. CN's lift at Feeder had a bunch of cars not for them mixed in with it (per radio conversation overheard), so they ended up only taking two cars back with them on the return trip - the two-bay NS hoppers that Trillium takes to Vesuvius in Welland. They would also work Southern Yard on the return to Port Rob, grabbing a few loaded pipe cars from Welded Tube.

562 is most often a two-unit train (though in the minority of times it does run as one), with power coming off of the day's 421 (in this case CN 5755 was trailing third on the day's 421) and/or whatever is straggling around in Port Rob (in this case CN 2403).

Photographer:
James Knott [471] (more) (contact)
Date: 02/14/2021 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 5755 (search)
Train Symbol: 562 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Stamford Sub (search)
City/Town: Welland (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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