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So That’s What That Was: Non-Standard Canadian Pacific Paint Scheme

<<<< Last Canadian Pacific GP40-2s #4650 and #4653 (both ex-Boston & Maine) heralded a new paint scheme unlike anything ever seen on CP diesels and when I first saw it back in 2015, the first thought that came to my mind was, “What’s up with that?” Apparently, this comes about in that there was a […]

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So That’s What That Was: CP And UP Horsepower Hours Owed To NS

<<<< Last    Next >>>> In past posts I’d commented largely on the influx of Union Pacific and Canadian Pacific power plying the rails off Norfolk Southern. Specifically, the Sunbury line. Well, it seems that this anomaly was the by-product of horsepower hours owed to NS by the other two roads. If you’re not familiar […]

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So That’s What That Was: Pan Am Business Cars Heading To Spencer, North Carolina

<<<< Last    Next >>>> Pan Am Railways – Springfield Terminal Business Cars Heading To Spencer, North Carolina On Tuesday, May 26 (the day after Memorial Day Monday) while railfanning the West Side I got an unexpected surprise at the end of Train 458…. Pan Am Railways Business Cars #100 & #101. To say I […]

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So That’s What That Was…. Trains 11R And 14R Have A New Profile And New Power

<<<< Last    Next >>>> Since the beginning of this journey the CP Trains 458 & 459 (which NS ran as 11R and 12R (NOTE: 12R was later changed to 14R)) were the straight lines along this trek. They were Canadian Pacific trains that were run with CP crews and NS power. As CP trains […]

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So That’s What That Was!… NJ Transit Multi-Level Commuter Cars Heading To Bombardier

Next >>>> So That’s What That Was!… NJ Transit Multi-Level Commuter Cars…. Back on June 20 and July 20 and August 13 and August 24 and September 21 I got an expected surprise on the rear of trains like the 12T, 13T and 458. NJ Transit multi-level commuter cars. It took a while for me […]

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