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Remarks: A two part look at L415s passage on the RF&P and North End Subs in Ruther Glen and Petersburg, respectively. In the first scene ES40DC 5288, SD40-2 8448, and GP38-2 2650 lead 61 cars through Ruther Glen at 9:41 AM. In the second scene, things looked a little different as the train put in an appearance at North Collier just after 4 PM. The first clue that something was up was the dispatcher informing Q400 that he would have to 'hold him at the river' as 'L415 was over tonnage' and he didn't want to have to stop him if he could help it. The 5288 was nowhere to be seen, and the 8448 had conked out - leaving the 2650 to pull the 8448 and 43 cars. Shortly after the last car was out of sight however, the crew radioed the dispatcher to announce that the 8448 had returned to the realm of the living.