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|Camera make and model:||Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT|
|Exposure length:||1/320 ( 0.003125 )"|
|F-stop:||80/10 ( 8 )|
|Focal length:||200/1 ( 200 )|
(map) The home of EMD, the plant responsible for a lot of the large engines we see on the rails today, London hosts the West end of the GEXR Guelph sub at the CN yard where the CN Dundas sub joins the CN Strathroy and CN Talbot subs, CP's yard, and the CP Windsor and Galt subs.
May 11th, 2008
GEXR has received 3 6-axle units which means some of its 4-axle power is going to be distributed to other RailAmerica lines. I went to Stratford to find what I could of them, chasing GEXR #431 to London. There it lifted 10 EuroCargo Rail Class 66s and returned as GEXR #432, which I dutifully chased home.This image viewed 13 times, as of last night.