Google Maps Still Thinks It’s Double-track!
As the leaves burned brightly in tones of orange: eye-popping papaya whip, astounding atomic tangerine, and the scintillating cinnabar of vermilion, we headed western to see what CN and VIA sere sending along the leaf-strewn CN Kingston Sub. Well, nothing upon my arrival at Belleville. Crickets chirped as I possibly could almost listen to the leaves turning among the churning chlorophyll trackside. At least two autumn shades were visible on the rails: TankTrain orange and TrailerTrail yellow!
Ducking behind the well-stored well cars were about thirty TankTrain cars of oil for the Ontario Power Generation Lennox Generating Station eastward down the Kingston Sub at Bath. GATX vehicles with classic orange/white logo and very small logos. Station Street which parallels CN’s Belleville yard’s southern aspect, a slightly-overgrown spur leads to Soltex, oMG on Dussek Road where six TEIX formerly, CBTX and NATX container vehicles were had been discovered by the Belleville yard team.
Google maps still feels it’s double-track! Quinte, Mi 217 Kingston Sub. The crossing gates creak as they descend, but the bells don’t ding and the environment horn doesn’t chime in. Quietest Quinte crossing ever! Changing monitors as the colours change – check out that majestic, ruddy red maple at right (below). An eastbound VIA hogger gives a friendly toot-toot to the borderline-bored blogger on this Youtube video: VIA No 52/62 with 6401-5 cars-6406-4 cars.
But today is TGIF and F means Freight. I originally took this photo to see just what kind of freight consist was approaching, but I used to be perfectly happy with the scintillating sway-back of the monitor profile here and held the photo. Just how much wood would a DPU drive if a DPU could drive solid wood? With 122 cars, I was able to note the whole consist: plenty of tank cars, auto racks near the tail end, and lumber, though no visible Irving.
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