RailPictures.Net Photo: GTW 4907 Grand Trunk Western EMD GP38-2 at Gaines, Michigan by Kyle Korienek
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Grand Trunk Western (more..)
EMD GP38-2 (more..)
Holly Sub (more..)
Gaines, Michigan, USA (more..)
December 06, 2015
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GTW 4907 (more..)
L514 (more..)
Kyle Korienek (more..)
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After I arrived in Durand earlier that night, a WB approached town and stopped to work. My initial gut reaction was that this train was CN L514, however, it had CN 6-axle road power, which is strange, but not unfathomable. After the train worked the yard and went back to the rest of its train on the main, I headed south to meet it. After waiting, the signal lined and my time to setup was now. I waited and waited, and finally, through the dense fog, I heard a horn, growing closer and closer. Out of the fog, and into my lens, a GTW GP38-2 leading CN L514 past the former GTW depot in Gaines, MI. on the CN Holly Sub. All the speculation, and it was a different local stoping in Durand that kept proceeding west on the Flint Sub. Oh well, this is still better than a Dash-8 if you ask me.
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