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Owner: Canadian National Railways
Model:EMD SD40-2WBuilt As:CN 5286 (SD40-2W)
Serial Number:A3380Order No:C389
Frame Number:Built:1/1976
Notes:GF-30q
Other locos with this serial:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
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A little closer to home
Title:  A little closer to home
Description:  I lived just over the hill from this location, and it was an easy thing to get here for a shot at a pretty location, especially this day with the fall color going full out. Today was one of those days, as I caught 41T with 71 cars behind an NS standard cab GE, unusual because CN power almost always led on this train, and because by this time, wide cabs pretty much ruled the world, and the standard cabs had become something of a novelty.
Photo Date:  10/17/2003  Upload Date: 4/7/2017 3:45:15 AM
Location:  Campville, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Scenic,Action
Locomotives:  NS 8693(C40-8) CN 5286(SD40-2W) CN 2533(C44-9W)
Views:  239   Comments: 0
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  Standing at the end of the Aldershot Station platform this freight went past so fast it blew my hat off
Photo Date:  5/1/2004  Upload Date: 7/29/2004 6:44:55 AM
Location:  Burlington, ON
Author:  keith wilson
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  305   Comments: 0
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  Trailing unit on Train 399. Hey, CN, Give these guys some paint!
Photo Date:  9/24/2005  Upload Date: 9/25/2005 12:08:13 AM
Location:  Durand, MI
Author:  Gregg Pullano
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  306   Comments: 1
CN 5701
Title:  CN 5701
Description:  399 backs slowly past the Durand Depot and Into the yard to make its set out, and pick up.
Photo Date:  9/24/2005  Upload Date: 9/25/2005 12:09:39 AM
Location:  Durand, MI
Author:  Gregg Pullano
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5701(SD75I) CN 5284(SD40-2W) CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  405   Comments: 0
CSX Q620-25
Title:  CSX Q620-25
Description:  CSX Q620-25 southbound at MP 72.
Photo Date:  5/25/2006  Upload Date: 9/7/2006 7:05:44 PM
Location:  Watertown, NY
Author:  Joe Hance
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 2727(C44-9W) CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  403   Comments: 0
CN 2558
Title:  CN 2558
Description:  the power of a westbound freight that had a minor problem, DERAILMENT most of the train including the first car were on the ground just out of veiw in the back.
Photo Date:  4/1/2007  Upload Date: 7/26/2007 10:52:03 PM
Location:  Bancroft, MI
Author:  Steven McKay
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 2558(C44-9W) CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  301   Comments: 0
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description: 
Photo Date:  8/12/2007  Upload Date: 8/12/2007 5:51:37 PM
Location:  Superior, WI
Author:  Matt Petersen
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  203   Comments: 0
CN 5286E
Title:  CN 5286E
Description:  CN train 432 doubling the train in Symington Yard
Photo Date:  10/4/2007  Upload Date: 10/6/2007 1:37:42 PM
Location:  Winnipeg, MB
Author:  Chris Galka
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  197   Comments: 0
CN 5286E
Title:  CN 5286E
Description:  CN 432
Photo Date:  10/4/2007  Upload Date: 10/6/2007 1:37:43 PM
Location:  Baynham, MB
Author:  Chris Galka
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  213   Comments: 1
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  train 432
Photo Date:  10/4/2007  Upload Date: 10/6/2007 1:37:44 PM
Location:  Baynham, MB
Author:  Chris Galka
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  230   Comments: 0
CN 5286E
Title:  CN 5286E
Description:  train 432
Photo Date:  10/4/2007  Upload Date: 10/6/2007 1:37:44 PM
Location:  Woodridge, MB
Author:  Chris Galka
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  230   Comments: 1
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description: 
Photo Date:  2/1/2009  Upload Date: 2/1/2009 9:45:27 PM
Location:  Stevens Point, WI
Author:  Ken Ravenscroft
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  164   Comments: 0
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description: 
Photo Date:  1/2/2010  Upload Date: 1/10/2010 3:07:47 PM
Location:  Homewood, IL
Author:  Steven McKay
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W) CN 8803(SD70M-2)
Views:  158   Comments: 0
OVR 431-26
Title:  OVR 431-26
Description:  RaiLink yards at CP Sudbury with leased CN power
Photo Date:  1/26/2010  Upload Date: 1/31/2010 1:17:38 PM
Location:  Sudbury, ON
Author:  Gregory L. Smith
Categories:  Winter,Yard,Action
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W) CN 5350(SD40-2W) RLK 1800(SD18M)
Views:  531   Comments: 0
OVR 430-26
Title:  OVR 430-26
Description:  Departing with a healthy 42 cars for North Bay
Photo Date:  1/26/2010  Upload Date: 1/31/2010 1:18:27 PM
Location:  Romford, ON
Author:  Gregory L. Smith
Categories:  Winter,Action
Locomotives:  RLK 1800(SD18M) CN 5350(SD40-2W) CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  1664   Comments: 7
CN Camrose sub, MP 14.21
Title:  CN Camrose sub, MP 14.21
Description:  CN manifest southbound on the Camrose Sub, MP 14.21, just outside of Looma, AB.
Photo Date:  4/28/2012  Upload Date: 4/28/2012 11:13:21 PM
Location:  Looma, AB
Author:  Tim Walker
Categories:  Action
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  218   Comments: 1
Switching past the Praxair Plant on the Fort Saskatchewan industrial lead.
Title:  Switching past the Praxair Plant on the Fort Saskatchewan industrial lead.
Description: 
Photo Date:  3/30/2013  Upload Date: 10/18/2013 12:25:38 AM
Location:  Fort Saskatchewan, AB
Author:  Colin Arnot
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  336   Comments: 0
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description: 
Photo Date:  12/27/2015  Upload Date: 7/9/2016 3:10:52 PM
Location:  Gary, IN
Author:  Pat Huemmer
Categories:  RollingStock
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  51   Comments: 0
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description: 
Photo Date:  5/15/2017  Upload Date: 5/16/2017 7:37:30 PM
Location:  Homewood, IL
Author:  Seth Lakin
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  140   Comments: 0
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description: 
Photo Date:  11/24/2017  Upload Date: 11/24/2017 10:08:39 AM
Location:  Durand, MI
Author:  Jack Smith
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  49   Comments: 0
CN 5246 and CN 5286
Title:  CN 5246 and CN 5286
Description:  A heavily powered CN local crosses S. Perkins St. as it slows to halt at the former C&NW yard at Appleton Junction, WI on 19 Apr. '18. They will drop off some cars here before continuing on to Little Chute and Kaukauna. The after effects of a recent, record breaking, spring snowfall are readily apparent.
Photo Date:  4/19/2018  Upload Date: 5/19/2018 4:55:49 AM
Location:  Appleton, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5246(SD40-2W) CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  56   Comments: 0
CN 5246 and CN 5286
Title:  CN 5246 and CN 5286
Description:  A heavily powered CN local crosses E. Wisconsin Ave. via the former C&NW bridge as it heads northeast through Appleton, WI on 19 Apr. '18. I am surprised that the FRVR sign remains, unscathed. The identical sign on the opposite side has been damaged due to vandalism. Train was headed for Little Chute and Kaukauna.
Photo Date:  4/19/2018  Upload Date: 5/19/2018 4:55:52 AM
Location:  Appleton, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5246(SD40-2W) CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  62   Comments: 1
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  A heavily powered CN local passes Legion Park (on the other side of the train) as it heads northeast with 12 cars via the former C&NW rails at Little Chute, WI on 19 Apr. '18. Train has just finished servicing Nestlé Pizza Division, originally Jack's Pizza, and is now headed for Kaukauna and had two locomotives, CN 5246 and CN 5286. Little Chute's authentic, fully-functional windmill is visible in the background, between the locomotives. An 1850s design, it was constructed in the Netherlands, disassembled, shipped here, reassembled, and dedicated on 20 Sep. '14.
Photo Date:  4/19/2018  Upload Date: 5/21/2018 3:43:04 AM
Location:  Little Chute, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  46   Comments: 1
CN 5246 and CN 5286
Title:  CN 5246 and CN 5286
Description:  A heavily powered CN local parallels Ehlers Rd. and approaches Towmen Rd. as it heads northeast via former SOO rails at Shawano Junction, WI on 23 Apr. '18. This spot used to be named Fox River Junction, after several segments of the original C&NW main line through Menasha and Neenah were removed and a turnout was installed here which allows the bypass of missing C&NW rails by using former SOO rails. The train is about to cross over to the C&NW rails. Train was headed for Appleton, Little Chute, and Kaukauna.
Photo Date:  4/23/2018  Upload Date: 5/21/2018 3:43:13 AM
Location:  Shawano Junction, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5246(SD40-2W) CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  69   Comments: 1
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  A CN local bisects the intersection of W. College Ave./Hwy. 125 with S. Memorial Dr./N. Richmond St./Hwy. 47 (probably the busiest intersection, consequently busiest grade crossing, in Appleton) as it heads northeast via former C&NW rails at Appleton, WI on 5 May '18. The interesting brick building behind the train is Good Company, a restaurant established in 1980. The building was built between 1895 and '01 by the Marshall Paper Co., a.k.a. Marshall Bros. Wholesale Paper or Marshall Bros. Paper. The company was founded in '93 by Simon and Samuel G. Marshall, father and son. It initially operated across Richmond St. at the Marshall & Hammel grain facility (Simon was a partner in that company) until the current building was completed. Samuel's brothers Louis J. and Harry M. later joined the company, whose products included wrapping paper and printing paper. It used to receive rail service, the spur was on the north (far) side of the building. That spur crossed Richmond St. and serviced the Marshall & Hammel Grain Elevator & Warehouse that stood where the Walgreen's parking lot is now. Louis J., the last surviving brother, sold the company when he retired in 1942.
Photo Date:  5/5/2018  Upload Date: 6/11/2018 4:25:51 AM
Location:  Appleton, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  50   Comments: 0
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  A CN local bisects the intersection of W. Franklin St. and N. Division St. as it heads southwest via former C&NW rails at Appleton, WI on 5 May '18. The facility at left is the former Furnishings Unlimited warehouse. The historic address of the facility is 323 N. Clark St. The current business address is 311 N. Superior St.; the address probably changed after an addition was added to the northeast end of the facility after 1981. The building was likely erected by the Cohen Bros. Fruit Co., after a natural gas explosion destroyed their previous facility ca. 10 Sep. 1948. Furnishings unlimited acquired the facility in or prior to ‘81. The building had painted signs for Cohen Bros. and Sunkist until at least ‘81. The facility used to receive rail service, but it hasn't for quite some time. The most recent occupant is, or was, Appleton Furniture Direct. The building in the background is Oneida Heights, 525 N. Oneida St., an apartment complex for seniors. It was built upon the site of several historic, rail served industries near the site of the C&NW depot. Train was headed back to Neenah after working Little Chute and Kaukauna.
Photo Date:  5/5/2018  Upload Date: 6/11/2018 4:25:57 AM
Location:  Appleton, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  70   Comments: 2
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  A CN local passes Intertape Polymer Group (IPG), 741 4th St., Menasha, WI, and approaches De Pere St. (the current street signs have been lazily bastardized to Depere St.) via former SOO rails at Menasha, WI on 6 May '18. Founded in Menasha in Dec. 1917 as George Banta Paper Co., an affiliate of the George Banta Publishing Co. They merged with Menasha’s Gebrick Paper Co. in ’19 and continued under the Banta name. The name was changed to Central Paper Products Co. (later shortened to Central Paper Co.) ca. Sep. ’20, about the same time they moved to their new location at 422 Manitowoc St., on the north side of the joint MILW/SOO railroad tracks. It’s the same facility, but the addressed changed when a portion of Manitowoc St. was vacated to allow westward expansion ca. ’76-’80. George Banta, Sr. continued on as President; George, Jr., assumed the role in ’35 after his father passed away. The facility was acquired by Alco Standard Corp., based in Valley Forge, PA, ca. 29 Sep. ’69 but continued to operate as Central Paper. The name changed to Central Products Co. at some point after ’74. Spinnaker Industries, Inc. purchased Central Products Co. from Alco ca. 1 Jul. ‘95. Intertape Polymer Group, Inc., from Canada, purchased Central Products from Spinnaker ca. 12 Apr. ’99. You don't see 6-axle units on this line very often, the last time I photographed one was 11 Aug. '14. Looking east from De Pere St., I was standing at the approximate site where the MILW rails crossed De Pere St.
Photo Date:  5/6/2018  Upload Date: 6/11/2018 4:26:07 AM
Location:  Menasha, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  38   Comments: 0
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  A CN local works in the former SOO yard at Menasha, WI on 6 May '18. You don't see 6-axle units on this line very often, the last time I photographed one was 11 Aug. '14. It is awesome to see this many cars in the yard, it doesn't look like this very often these days. The facility at right is currently home to Alliance Industries, 320 Appleton St., Menasha, WI, they apply powder coatings and manufacture sand cores. Founded at Waupaca, WI in 1979, they leased this facility in 2005. They later purchased the facility as well as the adjacent one at 313 Appleton St. The facility was home to Menasha Mill Supply Co. from at least 1939 through the 1970s, they primarily processed waste paper. It clearly used to receive rail service, but it does not seem to currently. The former MILW yard was located on the other (south) side of it; the building could be serviced by both railroads simultaneously.
Photo Date:  5/6/2018  Upload Date: 6/11/2018 4:26:11 AM
Location:  Menasha, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  49   Comments: 1
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  A CN local crosses Racine St. while it works in the former SOO yard at Menasha, WI on 6 May '18. Milepost 2 can be seen on both sides of the locomotive, a newer marker on a metal fence post to the right of the tracks, and an older, faded marker on the telephone pole to the left of the tracks. You don't see 6-axle units on this line very often, the last time I photographed one was 11 Aug. '14. The facility partially visible at right is currently home to Alliance Industries, 320 Appleton St., Menasha, WI, they apply powder coatings and manufacture sand cores. Founded at Waupaca, WI in 1979, they leased this facility in 2005. They later purchased the facility as well as the adjacent one at 313 Appleton St. The facility was home to Menasha Mill Supply Co. from at least 1939 through the 1970s, they primarily processed waste paper. It clearly used to receive rail service, but it does not seem to currently. The former MILW yard was located on the other (south) side of it; the building could be serviced by both railroads simultaneously.
Photo Date:  5/6/2018  Upload Date: 6/11/2018 4:26:15 AM
Location:  Menasha, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  42   Comments: 2
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  A CN local works in the former SOO yard at Menasha, WI on 6 May '18. You don't see 6-axle units on this line very often, the last time I photographed one was 11 Aug. '14. The facility partially visible at right is currently home to Alliance Industries, 320 Appleton St., Menasha, WI, they apply powder coatings and manufacture sand cores. Founded at Waupaca, WI in 1979, they leased this facility in 2005. They later purchased the facility as well as the adjacent one at 313 Appleton St. The facility was home to Menasha Mill Supply Co. from at least 1939 through the 1970s, they primarily processed waste paper. It clearly used to receive rail service, but it does not seem to currently. The former MILW yard was located on the other (south) side of it; the building could be serviced by both railroads simultaneously. The tan building at left is the City Limits tavern or bar and grill, 544 4th St., Menasha, WI. The building was erected in 1960 for the local chapter of the Polish Falcons of America. At left, a pair of trespassers nonchalantly stroll alongside the train.
Photo Date:  5/6/2018  Upload Date: 6/17/2018 4:05:41 AM
Location:  Menasha, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  47   Comments: 2
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  A CN local works in the former SOO yard at Menasha, WI on 6 May '18. You don't see 6-axle units on this line very often, the last time I photographed one was 11 Aug. '14. The facility at right is currently home to Alliance Industries, 320 Appleton St., Menasha, WI, they apply powder coatings and manufacture sand cores. Founded at Waupaca, WI in 1979, they leased this facility in 2005. They later purchased the facility as well as the adjacent one at 313 Appleton St. The facility was home to Menasha Mill Supply Co. from at least 1939 through the 1970s, they primarily processed waste paper. It clearly used to receive rail service, but it does not seem to currently. The former MILW yard was located on the other (south) side of it; the building could be serviced by both railroads simultaneously. The former Dave's Burger Shanty is partially visible at left, it has been home to a couple of short-lived restaurants since those good-old-days. The operators of a food truck recently acquired the property for storage and food preparation. I am not a fan of the ongoing food truck craze.
Photo Date:  5/6/2018  Upload Date: 6/17/2018 4:05:48 AM
Location:  Menasha, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  45   Comments: 1
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  A CN local momentarily fouls De Pere St. (the current street signs have been lazily bastardized to Depere St.) as it services Intertape Polymer Group (IPG), 741 4th St., Menasha, WI, via former SOO rails at Menasha, WI on 6 May '18. Founded in Menasha in Dec. 1917 as George Banta Paper Co., an affiliate of the George Banta Publishing Co. They merged with Menasha’s Gebrick Paper Co. in ’19 and continued under the Banta name. The name was changed to Central Paper Products Co. (later shortened to Central Paper Co.) ca. Sep. ’20, about the same time they moved to their new location at 422 Manitowoc St., on the north side of the joint MILW/SOO railroad tracks. It’s the same facility, but the addressed changed when a portion of Manitowoc St. was vacated to allow westward expansion ca. ’76-’80. George Banta, Sr. continued on as President; George, Jr., assumed the role in ’35 after his father passed away. The facility was acquired by Alco Standard Corp., based in Valley Forge, PA, ca. 29 Sep. ’69 but continued to operate as Central Paper. The name changed to Central Products Co. at some point after ’74. Spinnaker Industries, Inc. purchased Central Products Co. from Alco ca. 1 Jul. ‘95. Intertape Polymer Group, Inc., from Canada, purchased Central Products from Spinnaker ca. 12 Apr. ’99. You don't see 6-axle units on this line very often, the last time I photographed one was 11 Aug. '14. The MILW rails crossed De Pere St. right about here, the border between the grass and gravel to the left is the approximate right-of-way.
Photo Date:  5/6/2018  Upload Date: 6/17/2018 4:05:55 AM
Location:  Menasha, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  48   Comments: 1
CN 5286
Title:  CN 5286
Description:  A CN local approaches Stroebe Rd. and crosses Mud Creek via the former C&NW bridge as it heads southwest at Fox Crossing, WI (formerly Town of Menasha, WI until 14 Apr. '16) on 9 May '18. The former SOO rails are partially visible beyond the brush at left. Local was headed back to Neenah after working Appleton, Little Chute, and Kaukauna.
Photo Date:  5/9/2018  Upload Date: 6/22/2018 3:46:43 AM
Location:  Fox Crossing, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  51   Comments: 0
CN 5286A
Title:  CN 5286A
Description:  CN L575
Photo Date:  6/11/2018  Upload Date: 6/17/2018 8:38:19 PM
Location:  Blair, WI
Author:  Jonah Arndt
Categories:  Scenic,Track,Action
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W) GTW 5832(GP38-2)
Views:  86   Comments: 1
CN 5286B
Title:  CN 5286B
Description:  CN L575
Photo Date:  6/11/2018  Upload Date: 6/17/2018 8:42:06 PM
Location:  Blair, WI
Author:  Jonah Arndt
Categories:  Roster,Scenic,Action
Locomotives:  CN 5286(SD40-2W) GTW 5832(GP38-2)
Views:  85   Comments: 1
CSX 22, BNSF 8290, CN 5286
Title:  CSX 22, BNSF 8290, CN 5286
Description:  A CN through freight crosses over from the former SOO rails to a remnant of the former C&NW main line, now relegated to a passing siding, and approaches Kampo Rd. as it heads southwest at Neenah, WI on 20 Jun. '18. Train had three locomotives, CSX 22, BNSF 8290, CN 5286. Neenah Foundry Plant 2 & Plant 3 can be seen at right. Plant 2 opened in 1960 and Plant 3 was built in 1967. Plant 1 opened in 1918 and stood about a mile to the north, until it was closed in 1994 and eventually demolished.
Photo Date:  6/20/2018  Upload Date: 9/2/2018 3:25:55 AM
Location:  Neenah, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CSX 22(AC44CW) BNSF 8290(ES44C4) CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  43   Comments: 2
CSX 22, BNSF 8290, CN 5286
Title:  CSX 22, BNSF 8290, CN 5286
Description:  A CN through freight crosses over from the former SOO rails to a remnant of the former C&NW main line, now relegated to a passing siding, and approaches Kampo Rd. as it heads southwest at Neenah, WI on 20 Jun. '18. Train had three locomotives, CSX 22, BNSF 8290, CN 5286. Neenah Foundry Plant 2 & Plant 3 can be seen in the background. Plant 2 opened in 1960 and Plant 3 was built in 1967. Plant 1 opened in 1918 and stood about a mile to the north, until it was closed in 1994 and eventually demolished.
Photo Date:  6/20/2018  Upload Date: 9/2/2018 3:25:58 AM
Location:  Neenah, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
Categories: 
Locomotives:  CSX 22(AC44CW) BNSF 8290(ES44C4) CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  41   Comments: 3
CSX 22, BNSF 8290, CN 5286
Title:  CSX 22, BNSF 8290, CN 5286
Description:  A CN through freight crosses Kampo Rd. and approaches the W. Bell St. overpass as it heads southwest via a remnant of the former C&NW main line, now relegated to a passing siding, at Neenah, WI on 20 Jun. '18. Train had three locomotives, CSX 22, BNSF 8290, CN 5286. The former SOO main line is in the foreground. A new turnout rests between the two sets of tracks. It will soon replace an existing turnout which is used to service Neenah's Southpark Industrial Center from the former C&NW passing siding.
Photo Date:  6/20/2018  Upload Date: 9/2/2018 3:26:01 AM
Location:  Neenah, WI
Author:  T. P. Bruss
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Locomotives:  CSX 22(AC44CW) BNSF 8290(ES44C4) CN 5286(SD40-2W)
Views:  78   Comments: 1


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