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GOT 2118 Bombardier bi-level coach

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Timestamp:2008:03:15 15:40:39

Burlington West, Ontario

(map) This is between Burlington and Aldershot on the CN Oakville sub, where the CN Halton sub merges in.

March 15th, 2008

After having not seen a train in nearly a month -- see my blog for what's been keeping me entertained in the interim -- I finally got a day out at the tracks. We went to Guelph Junction for CP #245 and CP #247, headed down to Aldershot for CN #421, a GO train, and VIA #72, up to Burlington West for a train whose identity I never did solve, #435, a bunch of GO trains - two of them with the new MP40s leading, VIA #92, CN #556 working at Burlington West, CN #421 impersonating NS #328, and CP #426 just north of the 71.2 detector on the Hamilton sub on the way home.

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