SP Trains #1459 CN111 from Gallagher Road, Abbotsford, BC 2020 05 07
Gallagher Road diverges from the line of Canadian National's Yale Sub, but offers a reasonably decent longview. On top of that, it's something different. CN's Train #111 started from the outskirts of Toronto, Ontario a few days ago and is on its final Subdivision into the yard in Surrey, BC. CN's Thornton Yard. CN2918, 100th Anniversary logoed CN3823 and clean-looking CN3276 provide the power for this long string of containers. Our location is just east of the Yale Subdivision Mile 86.1 grade crossing of Beharrel Road.
If you go to Google, select Maps and paste in 49°07'05.9"N 122°14'41.9"W you'll see the location of the cameras for this video.
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Recorded with a Canon XA55 4KHD Pro video camera at 1920x1080 resolution. For outdoor shooting, it is equipped with an Azden SMX-10 High-Performance Stereo Condenser Microphone mounted inside a Rode Blimp Windshield on a Rycote Shock Mount Suspension System. A Neewer NW74K 7-Inch 1920x1080 Field Monitor is also used . All equipment is then mounted on a custom bar attached to a Canadian Studio Pro Heavy Duty 72" Tripod with an EI-717 Fluid Pan Head.
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Where provided, information regarding locomotive types, build and other data are from the '2020 Canadian Trackside Guide' published by (and available from) the Bytown Railway Society Inc., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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