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Lately it seems that half of the CN trains I see have at least one unit of foreign power. BNSF seems to be most popular, followed by UP and then it is a mixed bag. Today a Wisconsin Central, a couple days ago a Kansas City Southern. Other days, paint schemes I don't recognize or they went by...
I have seen two CN trains with all very small hopper cars. They are about half the length of a grain hopper and not as high and they have straight/flat sides. The train I saw today I am guessing was two miles long. And it had distributed power on the tail end. I didn't see the forward half of...
CN 314 at Grandview where in the lead was 2806
ES44AC with 5730 and 113 cars. The lead unit was for West of Edmonton when they were first
purchased for trains to the coast and Prince
Rupert I guess they run now as far as Winnipeg?
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