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 CP 9137 passes the mp 75 wreck site.Added: November 06, 2007 

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Locomotive Details Location/Date of Video
Canadian Pacific Railway (more..)
EMD SD9043MAC (more..)
Heron Bay sub, mp75 (more..)
Coldwell, Ontario, Canada (more..)
October 02, 2007
Locomotive No./Train ID Videographer
CPR 9137 (more..)
CP 221 (more..)
Jack D. Kuiphoff (more..)
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Remarks: CP 9137 with train #221 pass the wreck site where #104 rear ended #116. No one was hurt in the mishap, but it shut down the railroad for three days.
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  User Comments on this Video (7)

Posted by rrvideoman on November 6, 2007

Very good work getting this video Jack. Very interesting touch with the train passing the derailment. However, Don't really imagine that CPR management was overly impressed with their new lot of "scrap metal".

Posted by ACLTony on June 19, 2008

So very glad and thankful that on one was hurt. But that is an unnerving scene.......even a bit scary when one considers the amount of tonnage and energy involved in derailments and collisions. Thanks for posting :)

Posted by Sylvain Lacroix (Syltrain) on July 18, 2008

What's the railroad alternative when the CP Heron Bay Sub was shut down ? Is that the CN rail line to make passing CP trains elsewhere on the Heron Bay Sub ? The picture was very,very amazing.

Posted by Sylvain Lacroix (Syltrain) on July 18, 2008

What's the railroad alternative when the CP Heron Bay Sub was shut down ? Is that the CN rail line to make passing CP trains elsewhere on the Heron Bay Sub ? The picture was very,very amazing.

Posted by Andrew Desabatino on November 7, 2008

I'm sorry if anyone was killed in the crash.

Posted by Jack D. Kuiphoff on November 8, 2008

No one was hurt in this crash, thank goodness...

Posted by Aaron on December 24, 2008

Interesting Video, it is a change seeing Canadian Pacific on the flip side instead of Canadian National.

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