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BNSF 7641 ES44DC (ENG)
CN 8018 SD70M-2 (ENG)

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EXIF data (camera's timestamp may not be accurate):
Camera make and model:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Exposure length:1/80 ( 0.0125 )"
F-stop:56/10 ( 5.6 )
Focal length:25/1 ( 25 )
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Timestamp:2006:01:14 08:29:10

Brantford, Ontario

(map) This is the home of the Southern Ontario Railway, part of the large-and-growing family of Rail America, and also houses the CN Dundas sub. It is between Paris and Hamilton.

January 14th, 2005

Laura and I got up at some ungodly hour to head to Paris for what promised to be a BNSF-filled day on the Dundas sub. We got to Paris and found the South Service Track plugged up making shooting there impossible, so we spent the day at Brantford station instead. There we caught CN #392, #587, #399, VIA #70, NS #327, #328, VIA #71, CN #278, CN #271, CN #331, CN #148, CN #385, VIA #72, CN #330, VIA #73, and CN #394, which we chased to Hamilton West as it had a BNSF GP30 leading, and then shot CP #424 at Killean on the way home. CN #399 had CN 8018 leading, which I believe is the first time a CN SD70M-2 has led on the Dundas sub, and most of the rest of the trains today were well worth the trip.

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