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Hey guys I was working at mac yard in toronto doing training and spotted a rail link engine coming in the inbound track. It was the trailing unit in the consist. I believe the unit was a RLK 4504? (or 4404?) It looked like a geep but had a sloped short nose. Sorry could not tell you where it...
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