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.
An ongoing/growing album of photos that IMHO reveal the awesome, but seldom seen beauty of railroads because most of us don't go out after sundown or before sunrise. From dusk to dawn, lights are on! (And I continue to find new "Lights In The Night"!)