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Today's random implausible lashup: WC 6939
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(map) Alliston is mile 44 of the CP Mactier sub and hosts a large but mostly inaccessible Honda factory.
Top photos and videos from Alliston, Ontario
|May 27, 2007||We went to Palgrave for CP 222-25 with the MPEX 601 (new GO MP40), working our way north to Alliston waiting to hear it come. It did come, after many hours, in a rain storm. We got it at Ypres and again at Spence (Alliston Honda storage yard), but were not able to get it again further south as he was a straight shot to Toronto yard. We also got the SSR at the start of the day and GEXR #431 when we got back to Guelph.|
|April 30, 2006||We went to North Bay to see what we could find there and caught CN #450 passing ONR North Bay station, the passenger trains, 697 and 698, and then headed South, catching #698 at Washago along with CN #301 and #300, followed by CP #105 at Alliston.|