RailPictures.Net Photo: IC 100 Canadian National Railway EMD E9(A) at Homewood, Illinois by Craig Williams
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Canadian National Railway (more..)
EMD E9(A) (more..)
CN Chicago Sub (more..)
Homewood, Illinois, USA (more..)
June 22, 2012
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IC 100 (more..)
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Craig Williams (more..)
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The IC E-units sit quietly inside the Woodcrest Shops with unknown fate. These 2 units don't see much service anymore as the 103 has been doing the work on CN executives trains lately. These units are used for head end power for the passenger cars when trains are run. Photo: taken on CN property by CN employee.
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