Sunday, August 31, 2008

CFQC 3000 In Bathurst Yard

Over the past couple of weeks, I've noticed that there is a CFQC engine hanging around and shunting in Bathurst. The unit number is 3000 and looks to be a RS-18 painted black with the Operation Lifesaver emblem on the side of the cab. Here are a few pictures of CFQC 3000 from this morning.

Also sitting quietly on a siding, were NBEC 1851 and 1821. I saw them later at around 15:00 shunting some cars around by the St. Anne bridge sidings.


EDIT: Corrected CFMG 3000 to CFQC 3000. Also corrected the tag.

1 comment:

Steve Boyko said...

The two red RS18s are power for the ore train. It runs from Bathurst to Belledune in the morning, returning in the afternoon. It leaves Bathurst around 6:30 PM for Brunswick Mines.