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EOT coal
Although there's ussually anywhere from 1-30 coal cars up front, a trio often brings up the rear behind the more generic freight such as tankers/boxcars/gondolas. Here's a photo of the same hoppers at the same location heading the other way loaded:
Not bad. If your comming to Saskatoon, you better get alot of coal shots. You ain't gonna be seeing it again. Unless ofcourse its by sheer coincedince.
No coal? I uses to see unit coal trains all the time through Winnipeg! Ok, so the CP coal goes on the southern mainline through Regina and the CN coal comes from northern Manitoba... so there is no coal at all in Saskatoon? Not even a bit for the local businesses?

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