|Seemingly, the van (caboose) is at the wrong end of the train.|
CN GP9RM 4130 was built 4/1955 as GP9 1748, renumbered 4424 in 1956, and remanufactured by PSC 1991.
|PSC caboose 79669 was constructed in 1974.|
|Following Transport Canada permission, so called ‘End Of Train’ (EOT) devices brought up the rear and the rolling conductor’s office would be off the roster by 1996.|
Note that the paint is still shiny on the recently remanufactured ‘Geep’!
|Sixty-six foot bulkhead flat car CNIS 621177 was constructed by Marine Industries Ltd (MIL) in April of 1980. Following service with Canadian National the BHF would be acquired by Essex Hybrid and is still active as ZEKX 621177.|