CN has been quite bland with power in Niagara lately, with mostly modern schemed CN units. However, someone in Sarnia decided a pair of GE cowls in original paint were a good match to go out on CN 330, and I couldn't have agreed more. Having recently entered the CN Stamford Sub at Clifton, BCOL 4620's ridiculously powerful headlights overpower my lens as the crew is about to knock out a clear to slow signal on the approach to Port Robinson West. I guess 4620's left numberboard couldn't get replaced, so I guess a sharpie did the trick. CN 2417 is in behind, and in tow is an average 330 length of 65 cars. The consistent appearance of autoracks from CAMI on the head end of 330 has been going for well over a month now, where as before it was relatively uncommon.