Q106 with Ferromex and KCS power

Give us a run down of what you saw, post pictures if you'd like...any info is welcome.
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Q106 with Ferromex and KCS power

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I was able to catch this in Dawn, Ohio last evening. Dawn is at the intersection of U.S. Route 127 and Ohio Route 47 on the CSX Indianapolis Line, there is a road that parallels the south side of the tracks under 127 the embankment to the bridge can yield a great shot! This is my first attempt at multiple angle videos. Any help would be appreciated.

https://youtu.be/zPPnfMXtxrQ

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Re: Q106 with Ferromex and KCS power

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Wow, why would Mexican power be up this far north? How does that work?

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Re: Q106 with Ferromex and KCS power

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Pixl wrote:Wow, why would Mexican power be up this far north? How does that work?
It's an undocumented immigrant.

Portions of the Q106 train start/end in Mexico. You'll see KCSM and FXE power on it occasionally. I would assume it's HP HR balancing between FXE and KCS.

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