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NS C93 with the NS 911 leading (no longer long hood forward, so finally worth paying attention to) sitting on the south track in Fort Erie. This was as far as they would make it.
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Caption: NS C93 with the NS 911 leading (no longer long hood forward, so finally worth paying attention to) sitting on the south track in Fort Erie. This was as far as they would make it.

Photographer:
James Knott [471] (more) (contact)
Date: 06/05/2021 (search)
Railway: Norfolk Southern (search)
Reporting Marks: NS 911 (search)
Train Symbol: C93 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Stamford Sub (search)
City/Town: Fort Erie (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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6 Comments
  1. What red signal? Very nice Mr. Knott. Thanks for posting.

  2. Gorgeous light!

  3. What a treat !!!

  4. Nice to see this finally turned the other way, and when the light is good too, too bad for the crew though who now are in trouble.

    Fwiw since Rob mentioned it in passing it was noted that c93 ran a red signal coming across the border. Train parked right there until 11 pm when 539 arrived in town and not too long after the ns train was moved out of the way.

  5. Thanks for the comments all.

    Yeah 539 yarded it. Would’ve been fun to watch CN move the NS if not in darkness haha.

    I do feel bad for the crew. Watching it happen and knowing what I was watching as it happened was an unfortunate feeling. They had the signal across the bridge and an ok from Harbour Draw, but no lights beyond the bridge to go into the yard (which I had been impatiently watching for as an indicator of arrival).

  6. Oh thats why I heard the RTC asking a crew what type of signal they had. I was not sure who the RTC was talking to. Not good. They are on the service track. They must have run the pot light at Ft.Erie. Surprising as the speed over the bridge is 10mph. Automatic urine test for the crew :-(

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