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Gloomy skies over CSX ops in Framingham

In the summer of 2007 (when road freights were more plentiful on the CSX at Framingham), an AC60CW + C44-8W pair of locomotives from the arriving manifest freight Q436 (dropped at Nevins Yard) heads east on track 2 as power from the Q264 auto train, dropped at the CP yard near the old GM assembly plant, heads up the Station Track to tie down. Q436 power should proceed east of CP-21 to reverse onto the station track as well. Q436/Q437 still terminate/originate at Framingham but the Beacon Park pig trains and the Framingam auto trains are gone (CP yard closed in 2009)..

Photographed by John Barlow, July 29, 2007.
Added to the photo archive by John Barlow, October 12, 2018.
Railroad: CSX.

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