CN Newberry Switcher 10/6/16

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CN Newberry Switcher 10/6/16

Unread postby JStryker722 » Thu Oct 06, 2016 6:28 pm

Pulling into Timber Charlie's in Newberry for Lunch before heading home from having stayed in Paradise for a few days,I caught the CN local based in Newberry go on-duty.This was around 11am.
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Re: CN Newberry Switcher 10/6/16

Unread postby NS3322 » Fri Oct 07, 2016 2:26 pm

I caught some action on the Newberry Branch back in July.

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Re: CN Newberry Switcher 10/6/16

Unread postby JStryker722 » Fri Oct 07, 2016 11:44 pm

I gotta ask: is Newberry on an CN branch or the mainline and what is the track speed on the line? All I know is that I believe its the same line to follows M-28 to Munising it seemed like.
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Re: CN Newberry Switcher 10/6/16

Unread postby AARR » Sat Oct 08, 2016 4:44 am

Newberry is on the branch that originates in Trout Lake and ends in Munising. There's a lot of history to it and at one time was a main line from St. Ignace to Ashland, WI going through Marquette and Nestoria.
JStryker722 wrote:I gotta ask: is Newberry on an CN branch or the mainline and what is the track speed on the line? All I know is that I believe its the same line to follows M-28 to Munising it seemed like.
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Re: CN Newberry Switcher 10/6/16

Unread postby JStryker722 » Sat Oct 08, 2016 8:47 am

Where do they go to pick up their cars for the branch to Munising? It does seem like they are profitable enough that the track looks heavy-duty and well maintained. Also where does the mainline at Trout Lake begin and end?
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Re: CN Newberry Switcher 10/6/16

Unread postby AARR » Sat Oct 08, 2016 9:01 am

The Newberry local picks up and sets out cars at Trout Lake. Trout Lake is on a line that begins in Green Bay and ends in St. Ste. Marie. In both GB and SSM they connect with other lines that go across North America.
JStryker722 wrote:Where do they go to pick up their cars for the branch to Munising? It does seem like they are profitable enough that the track looks heavy-duty and well maintained. Also where does the mainline at Trout Lake begin and end?
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